• For Sale
  • Guide price 995,000 GBP 
  • Build Size: 2,328 ft2
  • Land Size: 2,669 ft2
  • Bedroom: 4
  • Bathroom: 2
A charming Grade II listed family house in a rural edge of village location.
Occupying a private location on the edge of this charming hamlet and approached down a tree-lined drive, Browetts is Grade II listed and offers a lovely family home filled with charm and character. Dating from the 1700s with later extensions, this unique house has been well maintained and would now benefit from some updating by a new owner.The accommodation, which is complemented by lovely period features throughout, is mainly arranged over two floors with an occasional attic room. Forming the heart of the house with the more recent extension is the kitchen living room with a wood burner. This is a beautiful room for everyday family living with space for a large table and sofas if required. Quarry tile floor and fitted kitchen units with solid fuel AGA, double sink and dishwasher. French doors lead to the garden and terrace. An archway leads to the dining room which has original exposed beams, an open fireplace, a flagstone floor and a door to the garden. The separate sitting room is another lovely room with an open fireplace on a flagstone hearth, exposed beams and a door out to the garden.An oak staircase leads to the first-floor landing. Upstairs the bedroom layout would comfortably accommodate a family and guests. The principal bedroom suite has a dressing area and windows to three sides with views over the garden. An adjoining bathroom has a bath, washbasin and WC. To the other end is a dual-aspect guest bedroom dual with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, and wooden floors. The family bathroom has a freestanding bath, washbasin and WC serves this bedroom and bedrooms three and four. There is also an additional box room which could be used as a study or nursery. Also, accessed from the landing is a steep staircase to the attic room with restricted head height but offers scope for a home office or studio.Located away from the house and with separate access onto the lane is a range of timber outbuildings and a garage, currently used as garden and wood storage. Sitting close to the house, there is also a detached outbuilding used as a garden store. There is ample space for parking. Outside the house stands in approximately 1.7 acres of informal garden and grounds. The established gardens surround the house and have been added to over the years by the current owners. There is a mix of mature yet well-maintained trees and shrubs providing shade and privacy along areas of sweeping lawn and woodland. The gravelled driveway leads up from the main entrance to the house and is lined by mature cherry trees. To the side of the house is a south-facing gravelled terrace with a retaining Cotswold stone wall, which has been thoughtfully mature planting with seasonal plants and flowers, creating a picturesque and tranquil sun trap for relaxing and outside entertaining. Flowing along the bottom boundary of the garden is a stream which leads into an ancient pond surrounded by mature willows.
Crimscote is an idyllic hamlet between the towns of Stratford-upon-Avon, Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh. Shipston-on-Stour provides extensive local facilities, including a family-run butcher, bakery, doctor's surgery and some very good pubs and restaurants. The nearby village of Armscote has the award-winning Fuzzy Duck gastropub, and The Howard Arms in Illmington in also nearby.Accessed straight from the door of Browetts are wonderful walks and riding country with lots of sporting activities, including racecourses at Stratford, Warwick and Cheltenham and golf at Brailes and Stratford-upon-Avon. Schooling is excellent, with choices including both private and state options. Stratford-upon-Avon has grammar schools for both girls and boys, and private prep schools include Stratford Prep, The Croft and nearby Kitebrook. Warwick Prep, Warwick School for boys and King's High School for girls, are in Warwick and Kingsley School for Girls and Arnold Lo
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A charming Grade II listed family house in a rural edge of village location., Stratford Upon Avon, England, United Kingdom is a 2,328ft2 Stratford Upon Avon luxury listed for sale Guide price 995,000 GBP. This high end Stratford Upon Avon is comprised of 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Find more luxury properties in Stratford Upon Avon or search for luxury properties for sale in Stratford Upon Avon.