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- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 receptions
A delightfully restored cottage with exceptional downstairs living space
Believed to date from the 17th century, this pretty semi-detached cottage is built of the local Warwickshire brick under a tile roof. Lovingly restored by the current vendors, the front door opens into the formal reception rooms, with solid oak floors. The sitting room to the right with wood burning stove and bay window, whilst to the left is the dining area.
A door leads through to the open plan kitchen/ dining/sitting room. Designed as the ultimate ‘cooks’ kitchen’ with a large central island block with Britannia five ring gas hobs, double electric oven and rotsserie, a four door gas fired AGA, integrated dishwasher, small fridge, solid granite worktops and game keepers sink. With Yorkshire stone floors throughout the kitchen overlooks a large informal dining area to one side of which is a small sitting area. Adjacent to the kitchen is a large pantry with space for an American fridge/freezer and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
Beyond the kitchen is a delightful oak framed studio room with underfloor heating and gas filled triple glazed Pilkington glass, that overlooks the rear garden. To the side is the rear door and access to the downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs are three bedrooms. The smallest room has a mezzanine sleeping area, whilst the other two are generous doubles, (one with en suite shower room). A family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, detached shower and underfloor heating, completes the accommodation.
Although approached to the front through a cottage garden with gravel path, flanked by mature herbaceous borders, the main garden lies to the rear of the cottage.
A terraced area can be found immediately outside the back door and provides access through a wooden gate to Hollybush Lane.
Steps rise to a formal dining terrace and beyond to the lawn area. At the rear of the garden are a summer house and pergola as well as a further wooden gate providing access to the garage and further off road parking.
Priors Marston is situated in attractive South Warwickshire countryside close to the borders of Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire. Made up of many period houses, the thriving Conservation village offers a post office, parish church, sports club, village hall, as well as a highly sought after primary school. Nearby Banbury, Daventry (Waitrose) and Southam offer a wide range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities. The larger centres of Leamington Spa, Warwick and Stratford upon- Avon offer more extensive facilities.
Easy access to the M40 at junction 11 and 12, along with M1 at junction 16.
Regular train service to London Euston from Milton Keynes (35 mins approx) and to Marylebone from Banbury (50 mins approx).
Sporting activities in the area include horse racing at Stratford upon- Avon, Warwick and Towcester; golf at Staverton and Hellidon Lakes Country Club (including gym, indoor pool and10 pin bowling) and Priors Marston village tennis club.
From Banbury take the A361 Daventry Road. Continue through the villages of Wardington and Chipping Warden, on approaching Byfield take the left turn called ’The Twistle’ signposted to Priors Marston. Follow the road for about 2.5 miles. On entering the village on the Byfield road, follow the road through the village bearing right onto The Holloway. Turn right just before the war memorial and follow the road. The cottage can be found on the left hand side just before Hollybush Lane highlighted by a Strutt and Parker for sale board.
- Semi Detached
This plan is for layout guidance only. Not drawn to scale unless stated. Windows and door openings are approximate. Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the plan, please check all dimensions, shapes and compass bearings before making any decisions reliant upon them.