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Abbey Manor, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 United Kingdom

£1,295,000 An impressive manor house with stunning countryside views The property forms a major wing of this Grade II listed manor house and retains many original gothic features with a generous reception hall, entertaining rooms and spacious bedrooms with the benefit of 30 acres of attractive communal grounds. During the sympathetic refurbishment the original period features were retained including parquet flooring, stained glass windows, stone archways, oak doors, window shutters, deep architraves and skirtings. There are high ceilings throughout and elaborate cornicing. Drawing room with a dual aspect and gothic style windows affording superb views across the surrounding gardens and countryside. Fireplace with impressive surround and open fire. This room contains medieval stone gargoyles excavated from the original Evesham Abbey. Study having a range of oak fitted furniture. Kitchen/breakfast room having a bespoke range of fitted units with Miele fridge/freezer and Aga with electric companion. Breakfast area to one side with a bay window offering parkland views and a secret door leading out to the rear garden. Dining room, of elegant proportions, with a gothic style picture window. Three chamber cellar below which includes a superb wine cellar. Master bedroom suite including a generous bedroom with two windows to the front and double doors opening into the adjoining en suite/dressing room which has a roll top bath and separate shower. Bedroom 2 with en suite, bedroom 3/billiard room and two further double bedrooms and family bathroom to the second floor. To the side of the property there are garages. The attractive gardens are mainly laid to lawn and lead down to a ha-ha. Beyond the garden there is 30 acres of communal parkland and woodland.

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Pillerton Hersey, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£2,950,000 Exquisitely renovated and presented family home on the edge of the village In an unspoilt location yet accessible to motorways and Intercity trains, schools and local market and spa towns. This beautiful listed house dates from the early 18th century and has been wonderfully restored for 21st century living, with mature gardens, stables, triple garage and studio apartment. Beautifully restored and renovated for 21st century living with under floor heating, Lutron lighting system, integrated network for data, telephone, television, broadband and gate entry system. Accommodation has been completed to a very high standard with superbly appointed bathrooms, bespoke handmade Smallbone kitchen with granite work surfaces with Miele built in appliances; oak and fossil stone flooring throughout, traditional timber double glazed windows and a handsome solid stone bespoke staircase and beamed ceiling. Formal drawing room with large fossil stone fireplace and doors to the study and dining room, all with doors to the garden. To the east wing of the house is the open-plan kitchen, beautifully presented and fitted with Range cooker, granite tops, integrated appliances in bespoke Smallbone kitchen cabinets with a handsome central island unit. The breakfast room has French doors opening to the front and the secluded rear terrace. Family room with built in range. First floor landing gives access to the master bedroom suite with dressing room with built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with separate shower. There are two further double bedrooms, a family bathroom. To the second floor, there are two double bedroom suites. Outside electric gates led to a sweeping driveway and triple garage with fine studio apartment above. Landscaped mature gardens with extensive lawns, Yorkstone paving and mature borders. Two stables, tack room and barn. Tennis court.

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Upper Brailes, Banbury, Warwickshire, OX15 United Kingdom

£575,000 A delightful three bedroom village house in a stunning location Set in an attractive plot with wonderful countryside views in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this three bedroom home is of a good size with a double carport with planning permission to extend and create a home office/studio above. EPC rating: D A delightful one off home within this superb and sought after village. The plot itself is remarkable and the views that can be enjoyed from the rear garden overlooking rolling open countryside are surely to be of true envy. Being located within an Area Outstanding Natural Beauty and overlooking Castle Hill, the property offers a great range of accommodation and has been extremely well designed by its current owners. Having a great range of features within the property including glazed windows, hardwood doors, skirtings, architraves, banisters and staircase, slate tiled floors, exposed oak beams. The current owners have thought about every detail when designing, building and completing this home. The accommodation is all of a good size including a delightful sitting room having double doors opening out on to the rear patio and a beautiful fireplace housing a multi fuel log burner. Modern kitchen having granite work surface, range of fitted appliance and slate tile floor. Master bedroom with en suite and delightful views to the rear, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. Two carport oak garage benefitting from mains electricity and water supply. This timber building is enhanced further by having obtained planning permission in 2014 to extend the footprint of the garage and raise the pitch, thus creating a first floor office/gym, of an area of 28 square metres. Large well kept garden, mainly laid to lawn, with patio area and countryside views.

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Abbots Morton, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR7 United Kingdom

£795,000 3 bedroom Coach House with separate 3 bedroom barn conversion annexe A Grade II listed home with an excellent converted barn, both finished to an extremely high standard. Dating back to the late 16th Century the former Coaching Inn is historically documented. The main house is black and white timber framed with later additions at the rear. The Coaching House has an abundance of period charm and character throughout including exposed beams and timbers, flagstone floors, inglenook fireplace and exposed brick work. The kitchen/breakfast room benefits tiled work tops and handmade Oak units. The sitting room is large with a feature inglenook fireplace and log burning stove. The dining room is light and spacious with hard wood floor, newly fitted log burner and exposed timbers. The drawing room is a later extension to the house with patio doors to the garden and a fireplace with log burning stove. A wet room completes the downstairs accommodation. Upstairs, there are three good sized bedrooms, two of which have excellent built in storage and enjoy delightful aspects over the garden and countryside beyond. The conversion of Cobblestone Barn has been recently completed by the current owners and is finished to an extremely high standard whilst retaining the history of the property. The barn would lend itself for holiday accommodation, home business or a superb annexe to the main house. The kitchen/breakfast room provides a real focal point to the barn with an impressive vaulted ceiling and bespoke fitted kitchen. The reception/dining hall has a feature cobblestone wall and exposed brickwork. The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with a mixture of mature trees and shrubs with stocked borders and paved walkways. There is a large gravel parking area with triple garage and store above.

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Fulready, Ettington, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£1,150,000 A delightful stone family house in a quiet hamlet A detached family house of great character with 5 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, courtyard with outbuildings, open fronted double garage, stables and paddock. Situated in a picturesque Warwickshire hamlet. EPC rating: E Wilkes Farm has a date stone of 1678 and is of great character. Built of lias stone with stone mullion windows to the front elevation and inglenook fireplace in the sitting room. The large living room is a later addition and is a superb room for entertaining, with a loggia opening onto the south facing flagstone terrace. The south wing is also a later addition providing the main entrance with ample storage, cloakroom, utility room and lovely large kitchen/breakfast/family room with Aga and French doors to the terrace. The older part of the house has a dining room with a second Aga, study and sitting room with a massive inglenook fireplace. There are 5 double first floor bedrooms, 4 with fitted wardrobes including the master bedroom with windows to the north and south and large en suite bathroom. The property will now benefit from replacement of timber windows. Across the courtyard is a large outbuilding which has been re-roofed, providing useful workshop, garaging, stable/storage which might readily adapt to ancillary accommodation, subject to planning permission. Private south facing garden, principally walled with a wildlife pond. Further parking area. Paddock with 2 wooden stables with water and electricity.

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Fosse Way, Moreton Morrell, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£1,600,000 A handsome stone property in a wonderful location A recently refurbished detached property with planning permission to extend, having the benefit of a 1 bedroom detached cottage, stable yard with double garage, tack room and 6 stables, fine mature gardens, manege, railed paddocks with field shelters and woodland. EPC rating: G Dating back to the turn of the century, attractively designed of local Hornton stone with leaded light part stone mullion windows. The present owners have updated the central heating and ceiling lighting, redecorated and updated bathrooms. Reception hall with fine studded oak door. Drawing room with fireplace with wood burner and lovely views over the garden. This room opens to the garden room with flagstone floor and doors to the south facing terrace. Sitting/music room and study. Kitchen/breakfast room with Chinese slate floor and painted kitchen units, oven, hob and extractor, Corian worktops and integrated appliances. Utility room. The main reception rooms take advantage of the south facing aspect overlooking the garden and mature grounds beyond. Three first floor double bedrooms; the master bedroom with and en suite bathroom. Family bathroom. Planning consent allows for significant extension to both the ground and first floor accommodation if desired. Refurbished single storey detached cottage ideal for rental income as a holiday let. Modern traditionally designed stable yard, comprising of 6 stables well appointed with Scott's of Threpston doors and partitions. Tack room and double garage/machinery store. The setting of The Priest House is very special. Approached along a tree lined avenue with lawns and spinney with fine mature trees. All weather manege (40 x 25m). Paddocks of fine permanent pasture and about 6 acres of woodland.

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Dark Lane, Tiddington, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£1,650,000 A beautifully appointed five bedroom family home Situated on the edge of Stratford upon Avon in an idyllic position in just under 1.26 acres of gardens and grounds with river frontage and mooring, benefiting from a boat house with studio apartment above. EPC rating: C Situated in a private position at the end of a quiet lane and offers spectacular views down to the River Avon and Warwickshire countryside beyond. The property is built to an exacting standard and has been recently updated using high quality fittings such as limestone & travertine flooring, marble bathroom suites and a Harvey Jones kitchen. Well proportioned drawing room having a dual aspect, fireplace and French doors leading out onto the terrace with exceptional views over the gardens. Dining room having double doors leading to the conservatory beyond. Sitting room having a door to the garden and being open plan to the kitchen/breakfast room. Beautifully appointed kitchen/breakfast room having a range of Harvey Jones units with granite worktops, tiled flooring and a central chimney breast with four oven Aga and companion. This room is open plan to the sitting room which would also make a superb breakfast room. Master bedroom with views across the gardens and river beyond. Dressing room and luxurious en suite bathroom. Four further double bedrooms arranged over two floors, one with en suite bathroom, and a family bathroom. Coach House with space for boat storage and including a slip way leading down to the Avon and first floor studio apartment which includes an open plan living/kitchen/bedroom space and en suite shower room. Double garage. Beautiful mature gardens and grounds with river frontage and riparian rights. Sun terrace near the river in an elevated position.

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Foredraught Lane, Crowle, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR7 United Kingdom

£440,000 3 bedroom cottage for sale in Crowle with charming period features Rose View is a delightful Grade II listed cottage which sits within its own plot at the end of a no-through lane within the heart of the Village of Crowle. The cottage dates back to the 18th century with later additions and renovation works carried out by the current owners. The house is approached through a gated gravel driveway and leads into the front porch and reception hall with a brick floor. The Kitchen/breakfast room has been extended from the original house and offers a bespoke fitted kitchen to include floor and wall mounted units on a tiled floor, this also has its own access to the gardens. The house benefits a variety of period features to include exposed beams and timbers, open inglenook fireplace and exposed brick work. In addition to the dining room which leads off the kitchen, there is a good sized two-part sitting room and drawing room which offers a dual aspect fireplace with wood burning stove. There is an abundance of character throughout the room which also provides views over the private gardens. The rest of the accommodation includes a family bathroom and three bedrooms on the first floor. Attached to the house is a covered area which also leads to the utility room and access into the gardens. The gardens have been landscaped to a very high standard with a mixture of mature shrubs and plants. There is a spacious patio area with stocked borders and mature trees lined with fencing.

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Grevel Lane, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 United Kingdom

£800,000 A five bedroom family house on the outskirts of Chipping Campden A spacious 5 bedroom, Cotswold stone village house with an attractive garden, situated at the end of a peaceful cul-de-sac. Ideal for access to schools and village amenities. EPC Rating: D Upton is part of a cul-de-sac of similar Cotswold stone family properties, built approximately sixty years ago, on the outskirts of this highly sort after North Cotswold village. The property offers an abundance of space radiating from the reception hall and landing with four reception rooms on the ground floor and five bedrooms with three bathrooms set over the first and second floors. The kitchen/Breakfast room has been completely refitted within the past two years and incorporates high quality materials including Italian Granite work surfaces, Rangemaster cooker, Belfast style sink, breakfast bar, wall and floor units; integrated dish washer, washing machine and microwave. The main living room offers large reception space with oak parquet flooring, wood burner with reclaimed brick surround and double doors leading to the garden. There is a separate dining room which leads through to the conservatory. The cloakroom on the ground floor and the two bathrooms on the first floor have been stylishly refitted over the past two years. There is ample parking to the front of the property and garaging for a small car. Access can be gained from both sides of the property to the rear garden, forming an enclosed area with pedestrian access to Aston Road. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a Cotswold stone path, raised decking area, vegetable garden and raised island with an impressive Pine tree. The herbaceous borders are complimented by the mature shrubs and trees.

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New Road, Alderminster, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£935,000 A 6 bedroom contemporary family property with far reaching views A generously proportioned and beautifully appointed detached family house having been carefully extended and reconfigured. Situated on the edge of the village in an elevated position with south westerly views towards the Cotswolds. EPC rating: D Farthings has been finished with high quality fittings throughout including oak flooring, a stylish kitchen, high quality bathroom suites and aluminium double glazing. There is a state of the art air source heat pump which provides heating throughout and under floor heating to the hallways and all of the reception rooms. Impressive light and spacious split level entrance hall on two levels with stairs leading up to the gallery library and bedrooms. Generous drawing room with windows on two sides offering superb views, oak floor and bi-fold doors leading out onto the terrace. Separate dining room with tall windows on two sides and oak flooring. Impressive open-plan kitchen/dining/family room with a stylish range of high gloss wooden units and central island with raised breakfast bar. Integrated Siemens and AEG appliances. Separate utility room and cloakroom. Three ground floor double bedrooms (1 en suite) and separate family bathroom. On the first floor there is an open plan library and generous master bedroom suite with tall windows and far reaching views. Luxurious en suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms on the first floor and family shower room. Detached double garage with storage space above. The garden and grounds measure just under an acre and are laid to lawn with several mature trees and hedging to the perimeter. There is a raised decked area leading off the drawing room which enjoys the afternoon sun and is ideal for entertaining.

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The Close, Salford, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 United Kingdom

£850,000 A modern house with views approaching 4,000 sq. ft. A substantial modern home that enjoys generous accommodation and spectacular views to the rear over the adjoining countryside. EPC Rating: D The ground floor has ample and versatile accommodation with scope for alterations to create even larger open plan spaces if required. (subject to the necessary consents) The kitchen breakfast room and dining room are the central points of the ground floor with three further reception rooms off them to the left. The utility room, boiler room and integral double garage are found to the right as you enter the house and the study and cloakroom just off the entrance hall. The first floor offers a generous and light landing with all bedrooms overlooking the fields at the rear. The main bedroom suite offers a bedroom, double doors through to a large dressing room which could become another bedroom and on into an ensuite bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms and a large family bathroom. The second floor benefits from two bedrooms, both with views, a large storage room/playroom and a shower room. The house is in good order throughout and must be viewed in order to appreciate the space and versatile accommodation. The front of the house allows parking for several cars and the garden area is well planted with mature trees and shrubs. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with borders, patio areas, pond and even an artificial putting green. The rear garden enjoys views over the adjoining countryside.

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