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Vicarage Lane, Long Compton, Shipston-On-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 United Kingdom

£1,600,000 An impressive 6 bedroom village house sitting 0.92 acre A substantial Grade II Listed former Rectory surrounded by just under an acre of attractive gardens and grounds located in the North Cotswold village of Long Compton. Compton House is Grade II Listed as being of Architectural and Historic Interest and dates back to 17th century with later additions. From the Entrance lobby access to the property is via the large Reception hall with marble tiled floors, open fireplace with marble surround and separate cloakroom. Compton House offers many fabulous light and spacious reception rooms enhanced by the sash and bay windows. Further character features include panelled doors with brass fittings, leaded windows, open fireplaces with marble surrounds, stain glass windows and ornate mouldings. The Kitchen/breakfast room sits in the heart of the property and offers a well-positioned Dining room, Utility room and Larder. The Back Kitchen is ideal for entertaining and has been used as a studio. There are four large bedrooms, three ensuite and a separate bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. There is a generous sixth bedroom on the second floor and a number of access points to attic storage. Compton House is accessed via wrought iron gates onto a gravel drive with box hedging retaining herbaceous borders to either side. The formal gardens to the front of the property including lawned areas, Rose gardens, Oriental room, Pergola, Pond are navigated by gravel paths. The outbuildings include a tank room, workshop and wood store.There is an extensive terrace to the rear of the property and steps leading upto a large lawned area, ideal for entertaining and croquet, enclosed by a brick wall.

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Sandy Lane, Blackdown, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 United Kingdom

£1,550,000 A beautifully appointed three bedroom property situated in Blackdown Blackdown House is an individually designed oak framed property sitting in an enclosed 1 acre plot, set behind electric gates in the heart of Blackdown and within easy reach of Leamington Spa. EPC rating: B The property combines a handsome three bedroom house with an attached work unit measuring approximately 6,000 sq ft in total. Open plan kitchen breakfast room having a range of Shaker style units with granite worktops, brushed chrome fittings and high quality integrated appliances including a Smeg range and Quooker hot water tap; generous central island with additional storage space below. Guest cloakroom with Geberit and Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware. Dining room with exposed beams and window to the front and double doors to the garden room. Garden room/study with windows overlooking the dining area, ideal for alfresco dining. The master bedroom has a large feature window, dressing room/study and luxurious en suite bathroom having a bath, separate shower, wc and wash basin. Family bathroom having a freestanding bath, separate shower, wc and wash basin. There is a large games room to the rear with French doors leading to the inner courtyard. On the first floor there are two generous offices and a smaller storeroom. Double garage and ample off road parking. The gardens and grounds include two useful brick stores to the rear of the garden which can make an excellent workshop or home office and wc. The gardens have been landscaped so as to create a private walled entertaining space complete with generous south facing terrace with water feature and outdoor lighting. This is surrounded by lawn and to one side there is a bank of mature trees.

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Ditchford Hill, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 United Kingdom

£1,500,000 Detached former farmhouse in an elevated position for sale An elevated Grade II Listed Farmhouse with outbuildings and garaging, attractive gardens, 9.64 acres and extensive southerly views across the North Cotswold countryside. The Old Farmhouse is thought to date from 1780 and is Grade II listed. It is a brick built detached former farmhouse with stone quoins and keys under a tiled roof. The house has a beautiful symmetry to the front with a central front door, windows, end chimneys and two gabled dormers. The property offers an abundance of original features including flag stone floors, original fireplaces, a stone floored cellar, farmhouse kitchen, pantry and exposed beams. Internally the property is light and spacious with well-proportioned rooms on the first two floors. The second floor offers two further bedrooms, one currently used as a home office and a games room. The gravelled driveway is approached through a five bar gate leading under an archway into the courtyard and around to the front of the main house, with magnificent willow tree and ample parking. The outbuildings consist of four brick and stone built loose boxes, two enclosed and one open fronted garages which overlook the courtyard, workshop, tool store, mower store and wood store. The gardens encompass the house, but lie mainly to the east. A paved terrace with raised borders overlook the partly lawned garden. Beyond the lawned garden is an orchard with a variety of fruit trees, bordered by mature deciduous trees and hedgerows. To the south of the house and gardens is one large post and railed paddock.

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Stratford Road, Wootton Wawen, Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire, B95 United Kingdom

£850,000 A beautifully presented substantial 5 bedroom former farmhouse Enjoying a delightful semi-rural position within the village, this versatile family home has an abundance of character, refurbished to an extremely high standard. Benefitting from 4 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms in the main house and a separate barn suitable for a number of uses. EPC rating: F Entrance hall with beautiful timber beams to the walls and ceiling, staircase rising to the first floor and doors radiating to the ground floor rooms. The property benefits from having 4 reception rooms to the ground floor as well as a large utility and boot room. Special mention must go to the drawing room with bespoke feature fireplace, having a stone surround, oak beam mantel and large open fire; this room amply demonstrates how much character has been retained.. The property benefits from a large farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted kitchen units and integrated appliances under a granite ‘U’ shaped work surface. Beautiful floor standing 2 oven Aga with matching companion to the side with four ring gas hob and double oven. With double doors opening out onto the rear courtyard patio area, this breakfast/kitchen works extremely well for a family. The first floor mirrors the spacious accommodation on the ground floor, having a superb master bedroom with en suite bathroom, a guest suite and one further double bedroom. There are two more double bedrooms on the second floor, both sharing a shower room and cloakroom. To the rear of the courtyard is a separate barn suitable for a number of uses, incorporating a shower room and cloakroom. The property is approached via a gravelled driveway leading to a circular parking area with space for several vehicles. Attractive lawned garden and paved courtyard area with gate providing access to lovely walks.

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Lilbourne Road, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 A handsome village Manor House with coach house A Listed, principally 18th century village house in delightful gardens with coach house with planning consent for ancillary accommodation. Situated in the sought after village of Clifton upon Dunsmore, just to the east of Rugby, with trains to London Euston from 48 minutes. Clifton Manor dates from the early 18th century with 19th century additions and was once owned by the Earl of March (from 1956 to 1969). The accommodation extends to over 8,000 sq ft. The property retains much original character including fireplaces, servants bell system, oak floors and panelling, cornice and decorative plasterwork, arched doorways, heavy oak staircase and window seats and large windows overlooking the beautiful gardens. The kitchen has been remodelled by the present owners, with Karndean flooring, bespoke ash units, automatic lights, Smeg dual fuel range cooker, double Belfast Villeroy & Boch sink and solid sycamore worktops. The dining room has an oak floor and fireplace with carved over mantel. Panelled sitting room, and drawing room with oak floor and loggia off. Playroom, utility room/2nd kitchen and wine store. An oak staircase rises to the first floor landing leading to the generously proportioned principal bedrooms, large study and bathroom. 2nd floor with 4 further bedrooms, shower room and kitchenette providing staff accommodation. The gardens have been designed to provide seclusion and are a particular feature, with spectacular rose garden, ha-ha, pond and shaded woodland. An ice house provides a hidden retreat. Coach House with planning consent for conversion into ancillary accommodation to provide at one end a store with gymnasium above and to the principal part, a large kitchen/living room, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

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

£1,575,000 A substantial country house in mature grounds with amenities Mature, landscaped gardens with hard tennis court, swimming pool and pool house with gym. Planning consent for 2 further bedrooms, bathroom and further sitting room. Further land and outbuildings with planning consent for conversion to a 4 bedroom dwelling available by separate negotiation. EPC: E. With lovely south facing views, dating from about 1934 with a more recent large dining room/conservatory/lounge extension off the kitchen. 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 with 4 double bedrooms fitted with furniture, 3 en suite bathrooms and showers and 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. Just under 4 acres of lawned gardens with mature trees. Tennis court, enclosed area with heated swimming pool and 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 property with en suite bathrooms, living room and kitchen. Further paddocks with manege and extensive hard standing suitable for stabling. Guide £400,000

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Old Milverton, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 A substantial Grade II listed farmhouse with views An early 19th century listed farmhouse occupying a commanding, elevated position with views across surrounding countryside. Having outbuildings, 2 bedroom apartment, garden and grounds of about 1.2 acres. A shared driveway leads from the village to Manor Farm and 2 other properties. A pillared entrance leads into the gravelled parking area to the front. The property offers generously proportioned accommodation including elegant reception rooms and large bedrooms on the first floor. Character features include flagstone floors, high ceilings, deep skirtings and architraves, window shutters and the original bells. Impressive entrance hall. Drawing room with bay window to the front and French doors to the garden; fireplace with oak surround. Rear hall with an arched window to the rear and attractive vista along the garden path. Study with views across the garden. Elegant dining room with fireplace and fitted dresser and sitting room with log burning stove and stone hearth. Kitchen/breakfast room with oil fired Aga. Conservatory off with access to the garden. Useful boot room and laundry room. Generous first floor landing. Master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and country views. Five further double bedrooms (1 en suite), 2 family bathrooms and separate wc. Second floor which is plastered and ready for decoration. There are 5 attic rooms which lead off, ideal as a guest/teenage suite. Outside, there are a range of brick outbuildings, including 4 stores and large detached barn with garaging below, carport and further garage/workshop. There is a generous 2 bedroom studio above. Beautifully maintained garden and grounds with seating areas & pond

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Moreton Morrell, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£935,000 A most lovely detached village house in mature gardens A handsome, early 20th century house with 5 double bedrooms (3 en suite), planning permission for a double garage with studio above, stone and brick outbuilding and mature gardens of about 0.5 acre. EPC Rating: F The property has attractive leaded light windows, some with double glazing and high ceilings, some with exposed timbers. Principally situated around the reception hall with original oak strip floor, the reception rooms are of a high quality. The accommodation includes a triple aspect study, triple aspect drawing room with brick fireplace with Clearview wood burner and French doors to the garden; sitting room, dining room with mahogany fireplace and double doors to the south facing hardwood conservatory which has French doors to the garden. A more recently added vaulted kitchen/breakfast room is a key feature of the property with tri-fold doors opening onto the deck, attractive full height arched window, tumbled marble floor, extensive range of painted bespoke kitchen units with granite tops, integrated appliances and island unit. Rangemaster cooker and Quooker boiling tap. Utility room with tumbled marble floor. First floor with landing, off which is the family bathroom with claw foot slipper bath; dual aspect master bedroom with a range of wardrobes and en suite bathroom with black granite floor, bath and shower cubicle. 4 further double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes and 2 with en suite shower rooms. Delightful, principally lawned gardens with a variety of attractive trees and a fine yew hedge to the north side. There is also a former croquet lawn. Driveway with granite chippings to a large hardstanding with planning permission for a double garage.

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Middle Street, Ilmington, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 United Kingdom

£995,000 A traditional Grade II listed village house in beautiful mature gardens A principally Georgian former farmhouse with outbuildings, double garage and workshop with large studio and beautiful well stocked gardens, situated on a quiet no-through lane in the centre of the village. Wharf Farm House is built of mellow ironstone, with extensive use of oak and elm flooring, pine doors, windows, inglenook fireplaces, exposed brickwork and cast iron radiators. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall with flagstone floor and door to vaulted cellar. Drawing room with french door to the garden, oak floor and stone fireplace with wood burner. Study/dining room with stone inglenook with bread oven and flagstone floor, with solid fuel Aga and exposed Victorian bull nosed brickwork. Kitchen with cabinets and timber tops, built in oven and LP gas hob, storage units with granite chopping boards built in. Utility room with cloakroom and pantry off. To the first floor is the master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and en suite shower room. Double bedroom 2 (this room could be divided into a double bedroom and bathroom, subject to the necessary consents). Large family bathroom with free standing claw foot bath. Second floor with two further double bedrooms with wardrobes and storage built in. Detached stone garage with pit and workshop area, bathroom and kitchenette. An oak staircase leads to a large studio over. The gardens are a real feature of the property, being mature, beautifully designed and well stocked. There is a kitchen garden with raised beds, cold frames and greenhouse with power and rain water pump. Small yard with fruit trees. Dew pond and conservation garden. Attached to the house is a range of stores and workshop.

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Friday Street, Pebworth, Nr Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£775,000 A charming detached property occupying a generous plot Pinfold House is situated in the heart of the village of Pebworth situated in attractive Warwickshire countryside. The property also sits in the village conservation area. EPC rating: E The property is beautifully appointed and has generously proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors; Welcoming entrance hall. The kitchen having a range of fitted units and worktops with integrated Neff and Hotpoint appliances and a window to the garden room. Adjoining breakfast room having double doors through to the dining room and a further set through the garden room which enables the ground floor to be used as an excellent open plan entertaining space. Generous drawing Room/dining room having a dual aspect. Study and Guest cloackroom. Master bedroom having window to the rear with views over the garden. Dressing room and en suite shower room having a shower, WC and wash basin set into a marble top vanity unit. Bedroom 2 having a window to the rear, His & Hers fitted wardrobes and dressing room/nursery with window to front. Two further double bedrooms with windows to the rear. Family bathroom having a bath, separate shower, WC and wash basin. Attached integral double garage, with remote-controlled power operated door, and ample off road parking. The main terrace leads off the garden room and enjoys the sun all afternoon. The lawn beyond is flanked by well stocked colourful beds with a variety of herbaceous shrubs and trees creating an attractive and private garden.

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

£2,040,000 A substantial country house in mature grounds with amenities Set in mature, landscaped gardens with hard tennis court, swimming pool and gym. Planning consent for 2 further bedrooms, bathroom and further sitting room, outbuildings with planning consent for conversion to a 4 bedroom dwelling, paddocks and land. EPC rating: E With lovely south facing views, dating from about 1934 with a more recent large dining room/conservatory/lounge extension off the kitchen. 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 with 4 double bedrooms fitted with furniture, 3 en suite bathrooms and showers and 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. Just under 4 acres of lawned gardens with mature trees. Tennis court, enclosed area with heated swimming pool and pool house. There is planning consent to convert the attached double garage into a sitting room with 2 bedrooms & bathroom above. Adjoining paddock. Stableyard with separate access and planning for 4 bedroom property with en suite bathrooms, living room and kitchen. Further paddocks with manege and extensive hard standing suitable for stabling.

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Rogers Lane, Ettington, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£675,000 Attractive, beautifully presented 4 bedroom stone village house Forming part of a fine listed Manor House this property has been refurbished and updated by the current owners to provide exceptionally well appointed and presented accommodation retaining a great deal of character and period features including original doors, fireplaces and exposed timbers. From the parking area at the front of the property a gated pathway leads to the front door which opens to the welcoming dining hall with stone fire place, exposed timber floor and fitted cupboards. Dual aspect drawing room which includes a bay window overlooking the garden, fire place with log burning stove and attractive oak surround fitting cupboards and stone hearth. Recently refitted kitchen/breakfast room having a range of solid hand painted units with granite work tops and integrated appliances, recessed range cooker and central island with space for a breakfast table. There is a useful pantry cupboard, space for fridge freezer, door leading out to the garden and window to the side. From here there is a door to the utility room beyond and guest cloakroom. On the first floor, generous master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and leaded window to the front. New fitted en suite shower room having a large walk in shower, twin basins, wc and complementary tiling. There are two further bedrooms on this floor each with its en suite shower room. On the second floor there is a further double bedroom with a window to the front and a family bathroom. Attractive landscaped gardens surrounded by a beech hedge and including a private side terrace. There is an open bay barn opposite the property providing a single car port. Further parking within the gravelled courtyard.

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Spring Lane, Lapworth, Solihull, Warwickshire, B94 United Kingdom

£1,100,000 A beautiful family home with generous gardens In a private setting offering versatile accommodation throughout with generous gardens. Approval for the erection of a single storey rear and side extension to provide a wonderful open plan kitchen/dining/family area, increasing the living accommodation by 1,00 sq ft. EPC rating: C Dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room is a superb entertaining space and is the heart of the house, with double doors to the terrace. There is a range of fitted oak kitchen cabinets, granite work surface, 2 oven AGA range cooker with companion, integrated appliances and tiled flooring. The room adjacent to the kitchen is currently used as a snug but could also be used as a dining room. The drawing room enjoys a dual aspect to the south and west with French doors to the garden. Utility room with fitted cupboards and door to the terrace with separate cloakroom. Study/bedroom 4 with en suite shower room. Stairs lead to the first floor with bedrooms radiating off the landing. The generous ceiling heights to the first floor must be commented on as they provide such character to the property. The master bedroom has a dual aspect, with fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room with Heritage and Porcelanosa fittings and tiling. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are doubles with fitted wardrobes and benefit from a Jack and Jill Porcelanosa shower room. Impressive luxury family bathroom with bath, wash basin and wc; beautifully finished with Porcelanosa tiles and a Kohler suite. Gas centrally heated garages and games room with en suite shower room, double glazing, electricity and water. This could be used as home office or ancillary accommodation (subject to planning). There are two double garages on either side of the games room. Attractive lawned gardens and stores.

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Main Street, Wroxton, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 United Kingdom

£690,000 A beautiful thatched detached period house A 4 bedroom part-17th century detached village house with beautiful period features, situated in the sought after village of Wroxton with lovely garden, garage and parking. EPC Rating: E The Old Rectory contains many beautiful period features, being built of dressed ironstone and part oak boarded and rendered under a thatched roof which was re-thatched in 2005. Period features include open flagstone floors, stone inglenook to the drawing room, antique windows including a stone mullion, leaded light windows (some double glazed), exposed ceiling timbers, window seats and panelled antique doors The kitchen, with travertine floor has an Aga in the inglenook, partly glazed roof, glazed Belfast sink, granite tops, kitchen units, Range cooker and induction hob, walk in pantry and two free standing dressers The bathrooms are of a high quality, with the family bathroom with a separate shower and stone basin There are three bedrooms to the first floor. Master bedroom with en suite shower room with pebble effect floor with under floor heating, timber basin, wc and shower. Bedroom 3 has an elm floor and built-in cupboards. To the second floor is a fourth bedroom with exposed timber work, gable window, low door to a large attic storage. The property has a gravelled drive and parking area, insulated detached garage with electric door which might be suitable for conversion to a home office if required The gardens are principally to the south and east of the house and are attractively landscaped and slope up behind the house There is a fine yew tree, gravelled paths, shrubs, gravelled sitting area, wooden garden store, rose and herbaceous banks and lawn.

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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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Old Warwick Road, Rowington, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 United Kingdom

£2,595,000 A beautifully presented 17th century listed farmhouse Oldfield Farm is beautifully situated in its garden and grounds. Presented to a high standard, with detached ancillary accommodation, superb leisure complex, gardens and land incorporating a large wildlife pond, historic former moated site, pastureland and farm building. In all about 27 acres. The listed part-timbered farmhouse dates back to the 17th century with later 18th century additions and has been remodelled to the highest standard with high quality fixtures and fittings and many beautiful period features including exposed timber work, cast iron radiators, flagstone and quarry tiled floors and antique pine and oak doors. Superb fitted kitchen with Aga, integrated appliances and an attractive breakfast area opening to the family room. The reception hall/music room with an inglenook with wood burner and bread oven, dining room with cast iron fireplace, drawing room with inglenook with salt cupboard and study with exposed stonework. A heavy oak staircase rises to the first floor landing, with vaulted master bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom. Vaulted bedroom 2 with dressed stone Tudor fireplace, bedroom 3 with carved stone fireplace and oak panelling to one wall, bedroom 4 with en suite shower room, and family bathroom. Second floor with bedroom 5, exposed roof trusses and shower room. Courtyard, across which is a gym, games room with surround sound, media system and wine cellar. Indoor swimming pool with air treatment system and shower room. Detached converted barn forming attractive self-contained ancillary accommodation. Double open fronted garage with lapsed consent for conversion to studio. Mower garage Mature gardens and attractive pastureland, in 3 fields . Excellent views. Agricultural building with separate vehicular access.

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Bockendon Road, Coventry, Warwickshire, CV4 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 A substantial detached bungalow surrounded by open fields A generously proportioned detached bungalow sitting in stunning gardens and grounds, surrounded by an attractive ancient moat. Situated on the edge of Burton Green in open countryside. EPC rating: E The Moat, designed by local architect Roy Geden, was built in 1971. The property sits well back from the road and is surrounded by open countryside. A sweeping driveway and block paved path leads to the front porch. A welcoming hallway with tall glazed door to the rear leads to the various reception rooms. Kitchen/breakfast room with German Rationale kitchen, Miele appliances, Britannia range, fitted units and cupboards. Doors lead to the dining room and utility room beyond. Dining room with dual aspect and country views. Guest cloakroom. Open plan drawing room with feature stone fireplace and large sliding patio doors opening onto the south facing Yorkstone patio. Study/bedroom 4 with bay window to the rear. From the rear hall, a doorway leads to the bedroom wing, with inner hall. Master bedroom with dual aspect and superb open views across the moat and countryside beyond; fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room. Two further double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and family bathroom with a corner Jacuzzi bath. From the extensive conservatory there are several rooms which offer additional versatile accommodation with a separate entrance from the main house. These rooms would make a superb annexe or home office. Attached double garage and carports and generous parking area. The south facing gardens include an ancient moat which creates a unique backdrop. Excellent kitchen garden, greenhouse (20ft x 10ft) and useful sheds with power.

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Lower Ladyes Hills, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 United Kingdom

£525,000 A charming listed 2 bedroom period cottage on the edge of Kenilworth This charming character cottage is in an enviable position with easy access to Kenilworth common, train station, Abbey Fields and the town centre. The property retains a wealth of character features with versatile accommodation and the option to convert the garage (subject to planning). The property retains a wealth of character features including latch handle doors, casement, windows, fireplaces and exposed beams and offers versatile accommodation arranged over two floors and has the option to create further living space in the attached garage (subject to planning). In front of the property, a white picket gate opens to the pathway which leads to the canopy porch and front door. Dining room having a window to the front, under stairs cupboard and staircase to the first floor. There is a fireplace with brick surround and electric fire. Sitting room having useful under stairs cupboard, staircase to the first floor and brick fireplace. Kitchen having a range of fitted units with double oven and hob, fridge freezer and washing machine; window to the garden. Ground floor shower room having a shower, wc and wash basin. On the first floor, two wooden staircases lead up from the reception rooms below to two double bedrooms, each with windows to the front. The garage has an original quarry tiled floor, cast iron fireplace and wooden panelling. There is a useful under stairs storage cupboard and boiler room to the rear. Double doors to the front allow access for a small vehicle. A staircase leads to the studio space above which could be converted into further living accommodation (subject to planning). From the rear hall, a doorway leads out to the rear courtyard which has raised floral and herbaceous beds and gated access to the side of the property.

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Church Lane, Newbold on Stour, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 United Kingdom

£1,200,000 An exciting opportunity to restore an impressive 7 bedroom village house With two large barns, river frontage and views across open countryside, this substantial stone built family home offers well-proportioned accommodation tucked away from the village with tremendous scope for renovation and enhancement. This property really is a hidden gem. EPC rating: E There is an abundance of character features throughout including exposed beams, original stone fireplaces and wooden flooring. Large welcoming reception hall with wooden panelling and oak staircase rising to the first floor. The spacious drawing room and dining room would be ideal for entertaining, having high ceilings and offering plenty of light. Farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room enjoys views across the beautiful gardens with Rangemaster, and useful pantry. Adjoining the kitchen is a snug with views of the rear garden and a wood burner. Utility with side entrance, leading to the boiler room and greenhouse . Off the hallway is a study and separate cloakroom/laundry room. To the first floor, bedrooms radiate from the landing. The principal bedroom could be closed off from the rest of the house to create a master suite. En suite bathroom and additional bedroom which could be remodelled to create a dressing room. 6 further double bedrooms are well proportioned and enjoy superb views. There is potential to remodel bedroom 6 in order to create a Jack and Jill bathroom, subject to the necessary consents. The large barn to the left of the property could be converted to create ancillary accommodation to the main house, subject to planning. Currently open on one side, the second barn, with solar panels to the roof, is detached and would work well as a garage. Perhaps creating a studio above, subject to planning. The attractive mature laid to lawn gardens lead to the river Stour.

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