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Tysoe Road, Radway

Guide price £685,000

01608 661666 Ref: 28019126

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Property Features

  • Entrance Vestibule & Reception Hall
  • Charming Sitting Room & Separate Dining Room
  • Breakfast Room leading to Kitchen
  • Three Character Double Bedrooms
  • Shower Room & Separate WC
  • Extensive Range of Outbuildings
  • Established Gardens & Grounds
  • Further 20½ Acres (8.28 Ha) of Pasture Land Also Available
  • No Upward Chain

Property Description

*** BEST & FINAL OFFERS NOW INVITED BY 12 NOON, MONDAY 23RD JULY 2018 ***A superbly situated Edwardian country house requiring modernisation and refurbishment but with great potential for further extension, and set in about 1.32 acres of gardens on the edge of the Cotswolds area of outstanding natural beauty.***A FURTHER 20.46 ACRES (8.28 HECTARES) OF PASTURE LAND IS AVAILABLE IN ADDITION IF REQUIRED***
is attractively situated at the foot of Edge Hill, notable as the site of one of the battles of the English civil war, on the border of Warwickshire with North Oxfordshire, in the Cotswolds area of outstanding natural beauty. The village includes a variety of character period houses and cottages, many built in local Hornton stone, together with a village hall and a fine parish church. There is a renowned inn – The Tower, at Edge Hil, close-by, whilst local shopping facilities and excellent primary and secondary schools are available in Kineton (about 3 ½ miles). Larger towns within easy access include Stratford upon Avon (13 ½ miles), Banbury, with main line trains services to London Marylebone (8 ½ miles) and Warwick/Leamington Spa (15 miles). Junction 12 of the M40 is within about 15 minutes’ drive.

Set amidst attractive open farmland, the property enjoys a lovely rural position in Tysoe Road, Radway, about a half mile from the village centre, with a delightful outlook towards the historic Edge Hill escarpment to the rear. Probably originally built in the early 1900’s, it comprises a charming, individual, detached country house standing in over 1¼ acres of established gardens and grounds which would allow for substantial extension to the original house, subject to planning consent, if required. The accommodation has been largely untouched in recent decades and offers scope for repair, modernisation and refurbishment to a purchaser’s choice whilst retaining many special features from the Edwardian era such as unusual arched doors to the principal ground floor rooms, high ceilings, some with moulded cornices, a wide staircase and old fireplaces, etc. The property would particularly suit applicants seeking a character country home in an outstanding location where the accommodation can be adapted to suit individual needs – and would be of special interest to purchasers requiring a property that enjoys equestrian potential with the option of acquiring a further 20 acres of pasture land in close proximity.

On the ground floor
A glazed panelled front door opens to an Entrance Vestibule leading to the Reception Hall. There is a Charming Sitting Room with windows on two sides overlooking the gardens, and a painted fireplace incorporating an Aga log burning stove. The Dining Room or Second Sitting Room also enjoys a painted fireplace and has a useful under-stairs storage cupboard. Also leading from the hall is a Breakfast Room having built-in storage, an old Rayburn solid fuel range and a walk-in Pantry with fitted shelving. The adjoining Kitchen contains a range of laminated wall and floor cupboards, stainless steel sink, access door to the rear garden and a small Utility Room opening off.

On the first floor
A wide staircase from the reception hall rises to a Wide Corridor Landing with built-in storage and a walk-in airing cupboard. There are Three Character Double Bedrooms, each retaining an old fireplace, and benefitting from attractive views over the gardens. The Shower Room contains a tiled corner shower and washbasin, with a Separate WC.

Adjoining the rear entrance porch is an Outside WC and lean-to Log and Implement Stores. There is also a range of various old timber and corrugated iron outbuildings located in various parts of the grounds including a large workshop, two bay machinery barn and general storage sheds, etc.

The established, mainly lawned Gardens and Grounds extend to all sides of the property and provide a delightful setting. A metal five bar gate leads from Tysoe Road to a tarmac driveway/parking area, with a separate pedestrian gate and pathway leading to the front entrance. The gardens, which enjoy return frontage to King John’s Lane, include a variety of mature trees and shrubs, screening hedges and flower beds, together with an old orchard.

Additional Land
A purchaser of the White House will be given “first refusal” to purchase approximately 20.46 acres (8.28 Ha) of pasture land located close-by in Tysoe Road at the additional sum of £295,000, subject to contract if needed. Full details of the land are available on request.

General Information

Mains water (shared supply) and electricity are understood to be connected to the property with drainage to a private system. No tests have been undertaken to the service installations. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries and investigations before finalising their offer to purchase.

Tenure & Possession
The property is for sale Freehold with no upward chain.

Council Tax
We understand that the property has been placed in Band E with Stratford on Avon District Council.

Energy Performance Certificate
Energy efficiency rating: Band G (Current), Band E (Potential). A copy of the full EPC report is available upon request.

From Stratford upon Avon proceed south on Banbury Road (A422) for about 10 miles passing through the villages of Ettington and Pillerton Priors. Turn left just before Sun Rising Hill, signposted to Radway and continue on Tysoe Road for about a half mile, where the property will be found on the right side corner at the junction with King John’s Lane. Post Code: CV35 0UE

Please contact Sheldon Bosley Knight on 01608 661666 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.

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Bedrooms:  3
Bathrooms  1
Receptions:  2
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