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Low House is an attractive Listed (Grade II) stone built family house, thought to have been built in the late 1660s with later additions. Situated at the heart of this charming village, well set back from the road. The accommodation is extremely well presented offering light, well laid out rooms with period features including beams, window seats, built-in cupboards and original windows and doors. The kitchen/breakfast room is double aspect and has been extended to incorporate a fabulous oak framed garden room with bi-folding doors out to the terrace area. This space provides a sitting and eating area ideal for entertaining. The kitchen comprises of Fraser James wall and base units, Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher and gas fired Aga. A useful pantry and utility room lead off the kitchen. Both the dining hall and drawing room have open fireplaces, with a multi-fuel burner in the drawing room and a feature gas fire in the dining hall. The double aspect drawing room provides a large, welcoming space for entertaining and the dining hall boasts original flagstone flooring. A staircase rises to the first floor landing, with elm floorboards and a pretty window seat. All four double bedrooms have fitted cupboards and lead off the main corridor. The master suite comprises a luxurious bathroom and a dressing area. The second floor has bedroom 5, with exposed A-frames, fitted cupboards and ensuite shower, bedroom 6 and a separate wc and hand basin
The main garden is to the rear of the property and comprises principally a secure lawn area with herbaceous borders and a recently added paved terrace area in front of the garden room. There is a characterful brick-built summerhouse with secondary terracing to the far end and a single garage with off road parking for one car. Part garden maintenance included
Priors Marston is situated in attractive South Warwickshire countryside, close to the borders of South Northamptonshire and North Oxfordshire. Made up of many period houses, the thriving Conservation village offers a popular pub /restaurant, 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 (Banbury) and 12 (Gaydon), along with M1 at junction 16 (Nether Heyford). 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 motor racing at Silverstone, horse racing at Stratford upon-Avon and Warwick; golf at Staverton and Hellidon Lakes Country Club (including gym, indoor pool and 10 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 signed to Priors Marston. Follow the road for about 2.5 miles. On entering the village, continue until you almost reach the left turn towards Priors Hardwick. Low House can be found on your right hand sideRead all