Converted Barn in Rural Location
Converted from traditional farm buildings, Goldpits House is an impressive and spacious detached home with light and airy accommodation extending to over 3,300 sq. ft. arranged over two floors. The property combines modern conveniences with a wealth of character including exposed beams throughout. The ground floor accommodation flows from a central galleried reception hallway and includes a well-proportioned sitting room with inglenook fireplace and gas stove, a generous dual aspect reception room with French doors to the gardens and a spacious dual aspect dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of fitted units with modern appliances and an Aga with space for a table for more informal dining. A door leads into the utility room together with another door to the garden room with French doors to the gardens. Te ground floor accommodation is completed by a good-sized study, accessible from the garden room, which in turn gives access to the double integral garage. The first floor accommodation is accessed via two separate staircases. The first, from the reception room, leads to a galleried landing off which is the master bedroom with an en suite shower room and to bedroom 2, also with an en suite shower room. The second staircase, from the main reception hallway, leads to a second galleried landing and bedroom 3 with a goodsized family bathroom.
This property has 0.75 acres of land.
Goldpits House stands in about .76 of an acre of mature gardens and grounds with a large gravelled courtyard at the front with ample space for parking. Off the courtyard is one of the double garages with lean to store whilst the second double garage is integral to the property. The gardens are well stocked witha wide variety of mature trees and shrubs and well planted borders. There is a wide paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, together with a pond surrounded by a further paved seating area.
Goldpits House is situated in an elevated position on the edge of the South Warwickshire village of Honington which lies 1½ miles to the east of Shipston-on-Stour. The town has a wide variety of traditional shops for everyday needs whilst Stratford-upon-Avon and Banbury have more extensive leisure, shopping and educational facilities. Local schooling is excellent with Shipston School and The Croft Prep school as well as secondary private and state schooling available in and around Banbury and Stratford-upon-Avon. Communications are good by road and rail with a regular service between Banbury to London Marylebone taking from 55 minutes.
From Shipston-on-Stour take the A3400 towards Stratford-upon-Avon. After half a mile take the right turn signposted to Honington. Proceed through the village and take the first right hand turn. Goldpits House will be found on your right hand side after about ½ a mile.Read all
- 4 Reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Study, Utility room, Cloakroom
- 2 bedrooms with en suite shower rooms
- Bedroom 3 and family bathroom
- 2 Double garages
- EPC rating E
- In all about 0.76 of an acre
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