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Moreton Paddox, Moreton Morrell, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£785,000 A substantial family home in an exclusive, sought after location A delightful family home nestled in a peaceful location with spacious accommodation including double garage and large, mature private garden. EPC rating: D The property provides an excellent range of spacious accommodation including an entrance hallway with hardwood herringbone floor which continues through to the drawing room and dining room; staircase leading to the first floor and study, kitchen/breakfast room and an impressive dual aspect drawing room with open fireplace and sliding doors opening into the loggia. Superb kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances, breakfast bar and snug area. Adjacent is a separate dining room. The utility room beyond the kitchen gives access to the rear garden through the double garage On the first floor, the master bedroom has a large dressing area and en suite shower room. Bedrooms 2 and 3 also benefit from en suite shower rooms. There are 2 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property is in a mature setting, benefitting from a large in-and-out driveway to the front which is well screened and shielded from the road having a range of mature trees and low level shrub bed borders. The rear garden is also well screened with mature trees lining the garden and low level shrubs bordering. BBQ patio area and rear loggia ideal for entertaining on warm summer evenings.

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Admington, Shipston-On-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 United Kingdom

£1,650,000 An immaculately presented five bedroom family home with beautiful views Situated in a peaceful, rural location yet having ready access to Stratford upon Avon, Chipping Campden and Moreton in Marsh. This contemporary family home has well proportioned accommodation and is presented to a particularly high standard. Entrance porch leading through oak door into the reception hall with bespoke oak staircase to the first and second floors. Drawing room with French doors to the rear sun terrace, exposed Cotswold stone fireplace with multi-fuel wood burner. Oak floorboards continue through the drawing room and sitting area with extensive green oak beams throughout and feature Cotswold stone wall. Adjacent to the sitting area is an extensive wine store. Hand painted kitchen with granite work surfaces, Belfast sink, integrated Bosch dishwasher, wine chiller, American style free standing fridge freezer, brick and stone inglenook fireplace with 3 oven Aga and companion with 2 further ovens and LPG hob. Limestone tiled floor to the light and spacious dining room with an oak vaulted ceiling, double doors leading to the terrace. A light and spacious study/home office with bespoke wooden bookcase. Bedrooms 2,3, 4 and 5 all have en suite shower or bathrooms fitted with Porcelanosa sanitary ware. Second floor landing providing access to the master bedroom suite with a vaulted ceiling, glazed oak gable with exceptional views and en suite Porcelanosa bathroom. Although currently used as ‘his’ and ‘hers’ dressing rooms, there is the option for two further double bedrooms on this floor. Double garage with air conditioned gym above with French doors and wrought iron Juliette balcony. Rear garden mainly laid to lawn with open countryside views.

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Stratford Road, Loxley, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£750,000 A charming family home with mature gardens and studio/home office Sitting in generous gardens between the popular village of Loxley and Stratford upon Avon, in a private location surrounded by open countryside with tennis court and outbuildings. EPC rating: E The property offers excellent, versatile accommodation including ground and first floor bedrooms and a studio/home office above the garage which could also be used as ancillary accommodation (subject to planning permission). Generous drawing room having a fireplace with open fire and a dual aspect with windows overlooking both the front and rear gardens and French doors leading to a patio area. Dining room with views of the garden. Kitchen/breakfast room with windows to both side, having a range of fitted units and integrated appliances, useful pantry and room for a breakfast table. Doors leading out to the utility/boot room and stable door leading out to gardens. On the ground floor there is a double bedroom, study/bedroom 5 and separate bathroom with shower. On the first floor, is the master bedroom with dressing room having a range of fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms on this floor and a family bathroom. There is a detached garage with studio/office above which could very easily be used as ancillary accommodation to the main house (subject to planning permission). There are also single storey outbuildings to the rear of the property currently used as a workshop. The gardens and grounds extend to just under an acre, with hedging and mature trees to the perimeter, lawn, shrubbery, fruit trees, flower beds and pond area. Tennis court and greenhouse.

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Fenn Lanes, Dadlington, Nuneaton, Leicestershire, CV13 United Kingdom

£1,400,000 A substantial five bedroom family property with equestrian facilities Situated in a lovely rural position with indoor swimming pool and hot tub, games room, barns and integrated ancillary accommodation. The equestrian facilities include stables, all weather manege, paddocks and fields. EPC rating: E Situated back from the lane with electric gates with video phone entry and block paved drive and turning circle. The house dates from the late 1950s and has been extended and renovated over recent years to provide excellent family accommodation. The large light reception rooms are well fitted and principal rooms have a south facing aspect overlooking the rear garden and open countryside beyond; double oak doors, oak flooring and partial under floor heating. Stunning drawing room with vaulted ceiling, fireplace and French doors to a west facing deck. The kitchen/breakfast/family room is the heart of the house with an extensive range of bespoke solid timber units. Large central island unit with granite top and a full range of integrated appliances. Annexe, which can be incorporated into the main accommodation of the house or provide useful self-contained accommodation with sitting room, limestone tiled wet room, kitchen and double bedroom. Master bedroom suite with en suite shower room and clothes closet. There are 4 further bedrooms with fitted wardrobes; family bathroom and shower room. Pool house with a decked area and imposing pool with curved steps and separate sunken hot tub. Attractive landscaped garden. Substantial four bay steel frame barn with concrete floor providing ample garaging, large tack room/feed store, garden store, greenhouse and covered storage area. Equestrian facilities include stable yard with 4 timber stables all-weather manege. Paddock and fields.

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Henley Road, Claverdon, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£950,000 A substantial period 5 bedroom family house with land Situated on the edge of the popular village of Claverdon, this attractive period home dates back to the 18th century and benefits from attractive well-kept gardens, outbuildings and land, offering versatile accommodation ideal for a family. EPC rating: E Accommodation is well balanced and includes stunning gardens and grounds. There are two driveways leading to the property. Impressive drawing room with French doors leading out onto the terrace offering views across the garden. There is a generous inglenook fireplace with open fire, in addition to other character features including exposed beams. The adjoining sitting room makes a perfect winter snug or family room and includes another fireplace and a bay window to the front elevation. The Kitchen and breakfast room is a superb space with triple aspect and a square bay window with window seat overlooking the garden. The kitchen has a range of fitted units with integrated appliances including a 2 oven Aga. The breakfast room is a generous entertaining space with a door leading out to the garden. Separate dining room with exposed beams and useful store cupboard. Utility room with access to the rear courtyard and gardener’s wc. Generous master bedroom suite with en suite bathroom and dressing room. Bedroom 2 with fitted wardrobes. 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property sits in approx 0.75 acre of gardens and there is an additional 1.43 acres of pastureland making it an ideal equestrian property or for families looking for more space. There are outbuildings offering additional storage, garaging and an excellent stable block including 4 stables and tack room. There are attractive gardens, workshop, greenhouse and garden stores.

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Snowford Hill, Leamington Road, Long Itchington, Southam, CV47 United Kingdom

£1,700,000 A fine country house in mature grounds with amenities A substantial house in mature, landscaped gardens with hard tennis court, swimming pool and pool house, 4 bedrooms with permission for 2 further bedrooms, bathroom & sitting room; EPC rating F. Also available: 3.6 acres. Paddocks and stables with planning consent for conversion. In all 17.5 acres Snowford House is in a secluded location with lovely south facing views, dating from about 1934 with a more recent large dining room/conservatory/lounge extension off the kitchen. 4 Bedrooms have extensive fitted furniture and high quality bathrooms .There is planning consent for bedrooms 5 and 6, bathroom and a further sitting room. Kitchen with an extensive range of oak units, integrated appliances, island unit with granite top & breakfast bar. Back hall, utility room, boot room and cloakroom. Large drawing room with fireplace, south facing French doors and west facing bay window; sitting room with south facing bay and fireplace; study with fitted furniture and family room. Large first floor landing, off which are 4 double bedrooms (3 en suite), some with heated tiled floors. Separate shower room. The property is approached along a track which is also a bridle path. Electric gates with video phone entry system, tarmac drive, detached triple garage and double garage, tool room. 4 acres of lawned gardens with mature trees. Tennis court, enclosed area with heated swimming pool, pool house. There is planning consent to convert the attached double garage into a sitting room with 2 bedrooms & bathroom above. Lot 2: Adjoining paddock. 4.38 acres .Guide price £65,000 Lot 3: Stableyard with separate access and planning for 4 bedroom holiday let (POA). Lot 4: Further paddocks with manege and tree belt. Income of £4,500 pa from 8.7 acres Guide price £140,000

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Tiddington Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£1,400,000 A handsome family property in a prime location adjoing Stratford Golf Club Situated on the sought after Tiddington Road within walking distance of the town centre. A versatile family house having 5/6 bedrooms, garden and grounds and ample off road parking. In all about 0.5 acre. EPC rating: C The property is set back from the road and sits in a generous half acre plot. A sweeping drive leads to the generous parking area. Impressive entrance hall with staircase leading to the first floor galleried landing. Guest cloakroom. Drawing room having a dual aspect and French doors opening onto the rear terrace. Fireplace with open fire and fitted dresser. Hidden door to the studio/bedroom 6. Spacious open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room having fitted units with granite worktops, gas fired Range cooker and integrated appliances. Central island and doors leading out onto the rear terrace. Dining room having a fireplace to one side. Utility room with door to the garden and further door to the garage, currently used as a store room. Studio/bedroom 6 with separate side entrance. First floor galleried landing with seating area to one side. Master bedroom with dual aspect and door leading out onto the balcony with views across the garden and golf course beyond. En suite bathroom with Spa bath. 4 further bedrooms (2 en suite) and family bathroom. The rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn with rear gate leading out onto the golf course. A generous terrace runs the width of the property including an excellent entertaining space, outdoor heated swimming pool and gazebo. There is a summer house and garden store at the end of the garden which would make an ideal home office. Ample parking and space for further garaging, subject to planning permission

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Tiddington Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£1,600,000 A six bedroom family home on the Tiddington Road in Stratford upon Avon This substantial property offers generous, versatile accommodation in an enviable location within walking distances of Stratford upon Avon town centre. Situated in a commanding position with a good sized garden and garaging for five cars. EPC rating: D. The property offers well-proportioned versatile living and entertaining spaces with the option to use part of the ground floor as an independent annexe or home office. An electric gated entrance opens into a wide parking area with landscaped gardens. Welcoming entrance hall with doors radiating off to various reception rooms. Drawing room having a triple aspect and glorious private views across the garden; fireplace with marble surround and a door leading out onto the terrace. Kitchen/breakfast room having a range of fitted units with integrated Atag and Smeg appliances; oil fired 4 oven gas Aga, useful pantry cupboard and access to the adjoining dining room. A second front entrance to the property leads to the annexe which is linked via a hallway to the kitchen. Utility room with twin Belfast sinks and space for appliances. Bedroom 6 having a bay window to the front and refitted en suite shower room. Study with doors leading out to the garden room which has a log burning stove and French doors leading onto the terrace. On the first floor, master bedroom having a dual aspect and a door leading out onto the balcony which has views across the garden and golf course beyond, dressing room and en suite bathroom with bath and separate shower. 4 further bedrooms, family bathroom and shower room. The property has garaging for 5 cars and ample parking. Landscaped front garden, side garden with children's play area and attractive rear garden with kitchen garden and fruit cages.

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Blackwell, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 United Kingdom

£465,000 A beautifully presented picturesque cottage on the edge of the Cotswolds This attractive two bedroom converted barn is presented to an extremely high standard using quality finishes, fittings and appliances. It offers well balanced accommodation with wonderful character details and situated in an attractive sought after village on the South Warwickshire/Cotswolds border. The property benefits from under floor heating to the entire ground floor and radiators to the first floor, having been insulated well it is an efficient home to run. The ground floor accommodation includes a cloakroom, entrance hall and sitting room with oak flooring. Sitting room includes a woodburner and under stairs storage. Spacious painted Cotteswood kitchen with terracotta floor opening to an impressive vaulted dining/family room. Solid oak and granite work tops, AGA range and integrated appliances with a range of base and wall oak lined units. The units curve round to a useful utility area where the integrated Miele washing machine and separate dryer can be found. The vendor currently uses the vaulted space off the kitchen as a sitting room but it would be a perfect dining area. It has an impressive floor to ceiling panoramic window at one end with flag stone flooring, a fantastic feature of the room. The first floor offers a generous master bedroom with a contemporary en suite shower room with marble flooring and Bristan taps and shower. Second double bedroom with en suite bathroom. Both bedrooms have fitted wardrobes. The garden is accessed from a stable door in the kitchen where steps from a patio area lead to the lawned garden. There are two garden sheds. To the front of the property is a parking space for one car, there is scope to add a further space if required. The property is approached by a shared drive with maintenance being shared between the three barns.

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High Street, Ramsden, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 United Kingdom

£1,350,000 A charming house with land in a prime village near Charlbury A period Cotswold village house with delightful accommodation, farmhouse kitchen and wonderfully secluded gardens along with a paddock, all within striking distance of Charlbury railway station, Burford, Oxford and some of the region's finest schooling. Middle Farm is an attractive farmhouse of great character and charm with many retained features including flagstone flooring and exposed stonework and timbers. The property has been remodelled and extended in recent years, incorporating former outbuildings, to create a spacious family home. This beautifully presented property is situated in a central position in the quiet yet thriving village of Ramsden and offers large gardens with the addition of an adjoining field. The property extends to about 1.45 acres (0.58 hectares) in all. The entrance halls offer spacious and welcoming reception areas. The beautifully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with cream units and oak work surfaces now forms the hub of the house. From here open doorways lead through to the impressive vaulted family/dining room and the sitting room with stone fireplace housing the wood burner. Both the kitchen and family room have doors which open out onto the garden and terracing. In addition there is a conservatory off the sitting room and from the inner hall a short passage leads onto the library with a wonderful inglenook fireplace with a door through to the utility room and study, which could also be used as a playroom or studio. From the main reception hallway stairs rise to the first floor and to a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, 2 further double bedrooms, dressing room, shower room and bathroom. For further information please contact Harry Gladwin at Knight Frank.

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Mill Lane, Little Shrewley, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£820,000 A handsome Victorian house in an attractive, mature rural setting A detached family house situated close to the sought after village of Little Shrewley in a private position. The property has 4 bedrooms, detached brick built Coach House , beautifully secluded gardens and paddock. EPC rating: F Newlands is believed to date from 1886. With large sash windows and dual aspects to most principal rooms, combined with high ceilings, the accommodation is bright and airy. The rooms are well proportioned, with bay windows to the drawing room and the dining room. The property has attractive four panel doors, timber skirtings and coved cornicing to most rooms. There are attractive views from the property over surrounding traditional Warwickshire countryside. The drawing room has an attractive fireplace with marble slips and carved timber surround and the sitting room has a fine Victorian fireplace with original curved tile inset. The kitchen/breakfast room has an LP gas Aga and integrated appliances. There is a cellar with good ceiling heights. On the first floor, 4 double bedrooms radiate off the landing; all with fitted wardrobes; one with en suite bathroom and one with en suite wash room. Family bathroom. A 5 bar wooden gate leads to a parking area and around to the side of the house to the Coach House to the rear. The Coach House was extensively renovated a few years ago. On 2 floors, it extends to over 720 sq ft, with electric, power, water and drainage and would be ideal for ancillary accommodation or a home office, subject to planning. The gardens are well stocked and have a variety of trees and shrubs, lawn and brick and gravel patio. There is an orchard with a variety of fruit trees, beyond which is a paddock with separate access to the lane.

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The Green, Snitterfield, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£599,950 An immaculately presented part timbered four bedroom village property Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Snitterfield, this former dovecote dates back to the 17th century and retains many period features offering excellent living space with an attractive part walled garden and two garages. The reception rooms provide excellent living space, full of character having been extensively upgraded by the present owners. Accommodation is arranged over two floors with a glorious master bedroom with views across the fields behind. A canopy porch leads to the solid oak front door which opens into the welcoming reception/dining hall. Steps from the reception hall lead to the perfectly formed kitchen having hand painted units with granite worktops and a tiled floor. The kitchen overlooks the front of the property and has a 2 oven gas fired Rayburn, Miele electric over, Miele Nespresso machine and integrated appliances. Sitting room, ideal as a snug or study. Drawing room with original open fireplace and double doors leading to the garden. Spacious utility with hand painted units and integrated fridge, washing machine and tumble dryer. On the first floor; master bedroom vaulted ceiling and exposed frame with beautiful views over the garden and fields beyond. Bedroom 2 having fitted wardrobes and currently being used a dressing room/office. Bedroom 3 is a double room and Bedroom 4 is currently used as a single. Family bathroom with free standing bath, shower, wc and wash basin; all in immaculate order. Approached via a shared gravel driveway, curved round to two garages at the side of the property. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area. This part walled garden has a selection of well stocked shrubs and flower borders.

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Compton Verney, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£1,175,000 A substantial family house situated within the grounds of Compton Verney One of a limited number of private houses, situated in the timeless Capability Brown landscape of Compton Verney Mansion surrounded by woodland. With spacious accommodation to the main house and the benefit of secondary accommodation, extending to 8,202 sq ft EPC rating: D A spacious, detached family home extending to 8,202 sq ft and built in 1990. Accommodation includes a large drawing room with open fire and oak flooring with doors leading through to the conservatory, and further doors which is currently used a greenhouse, and further doors to the dining room. Kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of the house with fully fitted units, with French doors out to the terrace and door to the utility/boiler room. The sitting room/snug has a wood burning stove and lovely views down the drive. A superb games room with beech floor is currently used as a further reception room and ideal for entertaining. To the first floor there is a spacious master bedroom suite, two further en suite bedrooms and two further double bedrooms. There is a substantial family bathroom with spa bath, separate shower and his and hers basins. Along the first floor hallway, steps led to a flat, ideal as guest accommodation with two double bedrooms, bathroom, living room, kitchen. There is a further one bedroom flat and attic rooms to the second floor. A sweeping driveway leads to the house with ample parking. To the rear of the house is a large patio, banked shrub borders and steps to the lawn. The vendors have planted a wonderful vegetable garden. The stunning woodland is a particular feature with a tranquil path leading through the woodland over a meandering stream.

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Moreton Morrell, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£1,895,000 A fine private, edge of village house with lovely views A refurbished family home of exceptional quality situated on the edge of the village with considerable privacy and lovely views, tennis court, orchard, paddock and plantation of young trees. In all about 11 acres. Manor Fields was built in about 1965 as a dower house for Moreton Manor. The style of the property is contemporary, with most principal rooms being dual aspect. The property has bright and sunny rooms with double glazed Georgian pane windows, some bow windows and French doors opening to the terrace. Features include painted panel doors, limestone floors, oak staircase, cornicing to some rooms & the layout of the accommodation flows well with principal rooms off the large reception hall. Well-appointed kitchen with painted units, granite tops and island unit. Drawing room with oak floor, attractive fireplace & French doors. Sitting room with bookshelves and cupboards, study with oak desks, cupboards and shelves. Master bedroom with dressing room & en suite with Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware, bath and large walk in tiled shower room. 5 further bedrooms and 3 further bathrooms. Detached outbuilding incorporating 3 car garage, gym, shower room, games room/studio & office. Landscaped paved terrace with plumbing for a hot tub. Mature garden with lovely views. The lawns lead to a ha-ha with the paddock land behind. Hard tennis court and orchard. The paddock has separate access to the road and is situated to the north and east side of the house. The paddock runs down to the brook and there is a plantation of young trees which, as they grow, will enhance and frame the view.

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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 Grade II Listed village house with annex, extensive gardens and grounds 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 beautiful rolling countryside on the edge of the Cotswolds, between Banbury and Chipping Norton. Within Hook Norton are extensive facilities including a shop, post office, two public houses, doctor, dentist, library, excellent Primary School and veterinary surgery, along with the beautiful Norman Church of St Peter. Excellent schools in the area include Kitebrook, Carrdus (Overthorpe), Bloxham, Tudor Hall and Sibford, with good access to the Oxford schools including Dragon School, Summer Fields, Magdalen College School and Headington School. Comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the market towns of Chipping Norton, Banbury and further afield towards 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 75 minutes. Leisure facilities include Golf at Rye Hill, Tadmarton, Lyneham and Chipping Norton. For further information please contact Harry Gladwin at Knight Frank.

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