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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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High Street, Welford On Avon, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£600,000 A charming three bedroom period property in this popular village Situated in the heart of the village, set back along a private driveway, this character property offers well balanced accommodation and is in need of updating with potential for further extension (subject to planning). Suitable for either a family or a couple looking to downsize, this listed village house has a wealth of period features in the oldest part of the property which dates back to the 16th century with an array of exposed beams and timbers. Split level drawing room overlooking the gardens with stone fireplace and vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Dining room with wooden flooring. Kitchen/breakfast room with fitted units, integrated Neff double oven. Door leading into the garage, which has the potential to be incorporated into the main living accommodation, subject to planning. Wooden conservatory with patio doors leading onto the terrace. On the first floor, master bedroom with views across the village and en suite bathroom. Two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The gardens which surround the property are well stocked with floral and herbaceous beds. There is a terrace leading off the conservatory which enjoys the afternoon sun with views across to the pergola. Single garage adjoining the property with separate detached double garage, which could be converted into ancillary accommodation or a home office (subject to planning).

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High Street, Hook Norton, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 United Kingdom

£1,250,000 An elegant village house with extensive gardens and grounds A beautifully presented village house with annexe and extensive gardens, set in the heart of a thriving North Oxfordshire village within easy reach of excellent schooling and transport links to Oxford and London. A delightful early 18th century Grade II listed period village house annexe. Hook Norton is a traditional village well located within rolling countryside close to the Cotswolds, between Banbury and Chipping Norton. • A thriving community with excellent local activities including a newly built sports and social club. • First class local amenities in the village include a doctor, dentist, library, excellent Primary School and veterinary surgery, along with the beautiful Norman Church of St Peter. • There is also a post office and village store as well as two pubs serving beer from the renowned award winning local brewery. • Excellent schools in the area including Prep schools at Kitebrook and Carrdus (Overthorpe) and private schools at Bloxham, Tudor Hall and Sibford as well as access to the Oxford schools. • Comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the market towns of Chipping Norton, Banbury and further afield towards Cheltenham, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Oxford. • Conveniently located for the M40 motorway at junctions 10 and 11, as well as rail links from Banbury to London Marylebone in about 50 minutes and Charlbury into London Paddington in about 60 minutes. Also with international airports at Birmingham, Coventry and London Heathrow. • Leisure facilities include Golf at Rye Hill, Tadmarton, Lyneham and Chipping Norton. Racing at Cheltenham, Stratford and Warwick. Polo at Kirtlington Park, Southam and Cirencester Park.

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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.. 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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Haselor, Alcester, Warwickshire, B49 United Kingdom

£1,350,000 Quintessentially English Manor House Situated in the centre of the village of Haselor in an elevated position with glorious views across to the church and surrounding Warwickshire countryside A quintessentially English Manor House, situated in an elevated position with glorious views. The accommodation includes; reception hall, dining room having window to the front and side gardens, exposed beams and timbers, kitchen/breakfast room having a range of Watt & Wright solid oak units with granite worktops, integrated Bosch and Dietrich appliances and electric Aga. Central island with storage space below and two sets of French doors opening out onto the side and rear terraces which enjoy morning and afternoon sun, utility room, sitting room having a dual aspect and blue lias stone fireplace with log burner, family room having a magnificent vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, parquet flooring, a stone fireplace with multi fuel stove and windows on four sides. Bi-fold doors open out onto the sun terrace which has beautiful rose beds below and steps leading down to the lawn from this elevated position, guest cloakroom, master bedroom having a triple aspect and superb views ,en suite bathroom having a roll top bath, separate shower, wc and wash basin, 4 further double bedrooms (2 with en suite), family bathroom, triple garage, log store, garden store/stable, workshop, stable, gardens and grounds, in all about 0.44 hectare (1.09 acres).

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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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Avon Carrow, Avon Dassett, Banbury, Warwickshire, CV47 United Kingdom

£750,000 Magnificent Grade II listed, Hornton stone Victorian Hunting Lodge The Tower, the central property of this converted hunting lodge, is a unique family home with wonderful entertaining spaces, inside and out, and a wealth of period features, including ornate stone carvings, stained glass windows, a Juliet balcony and turreted staircases with arrow windows Avon Carrow is situated on the southern edge of Avon Dassett surrounded by its own well established grounds. The property offers an enormous amount of character and sizable, flexible accommodation spread over four floors. The accommodation includes; the reception hall is entered through the large stone built archway with solid oak doors into the drawing room where immediately the abundance of character within this property shines through, drawing room with 25ft high ceilings, a huge fireplace housing a Dovre multi fuel wood burner, oak panelling and exposed stone throughout, with an elevated view across the lawns through a magnificent 20 pane mullion window which is the focal point of this unusual and rarely available home, galleried dining room, kitchen with hand-built cupboards and DeDitrix, Neff and Bosch appliances. A galleried dining room overlooks the drawing room and takes advantage of this perfect dinner party setting, 4 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, roof terrace, private landscaped terrace, garage en bloc and 7 acres of communal gardens and grounds including a tennis court with pavilion and extensive lawns for croquet and bowls.

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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. 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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The Green, Bledington, Chipping Norton, Gloucestershire, OX7 United Kingdom

£1,350,000 Attractive five bedroom house in one of the Cotswolds best villages A stunning Grade II listed house with generous accommodation and separate barn overlooking the village green in the heart of the popular village of Bledington. The property is believed to date back to the early 18th century with later editions during the 19th century, built of coursed squared and dressed limestone and sandstone under a stone slate roof. The property offers an abundance of features throughout including flagstone floors, mullion windows, exposed timbers and two beautiful fireplaces. The ground floor consists of a modern farmhouse style kitchen with a range of base units and an electric Aga, the dining room can be found off the kitchen with a door leading onto the patio. The living room is light with a triple aspect, exposed beams, stunning open fireplace, and oak flooring. The drawing room offers a beautiful flagstone floor which continues through from the entrance hall. The first floor offers four generous bedrooms, one with en suite and a family bathroom. There might be scope to create another en suite to the largest of the bedrooms, subject to the necessary consents. The second floor enjoys a large landing ideal for a study or television area, two further bedrooms, one of which has an en suite shower room. The barn can be found at the rear of the property and is currently used forstorage. The shared gravelled driveway leads to two car ports, a garage and parking. There is a front garden, mainly laid to lawn, set behind a Cotswold stone wall. A large patio area to the rear of the property lends itself to outside dining with further garden to the side and rear of the barn.

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Old Budbrooke Road, Nr Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£1,100,000 An attractive period four bedroom property on the edge of Warwick The property has a wealth of character features which have been sympathetically complemented throughout the careful refurbishment including a superb open plan kitchen/breakfast room. Situated within walking distance of Warwick town centre and Warwick Parkway station. Situated in a private location with sweeping driveway leading to a generous parking area. Fitted with quality features throughout including plantation shutters, solid oak flooring, Gerberit, Axon and Dorn Bracht sanitary ware, limestone flooring and sea grass carpets. Bespoke double doors open into the reception hall which has limestone flooring, double doors to the sitting room and steps down to the dining room. Useful study area off. Impressive dining room having a dual aspect and views across the garden. Superb open plan kitchen/breakfast room having a range of white gloss units, granite worktops and stainless steel double sink and drainer unit. Large central island with Miele induction hob, dual microwave and extractor. Further integrated Miele and Samsung appliances. Useful utility room and guest cloakroom. Drawing room having windows on three sides and doors to the terrace, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and stunning views of the garden on three sides. Sitting room with windows and doors leading onto the terrace. Impressive master bedroom having a dual aspect, vaulted ceiling, dressing area and en suite. Three further bedrooms and Jack & Jill bathroom. Bedroom 4 has a separate staircase access making it ideal for guests. The gardens surround the property on three sides and are divided into “rooms” which include various entertaining spaces, expanses of lawn and mature trees to the perimeter. There is a double garage and ample parking within the gated driveway.

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