Wed 20 Feb 2019
An open day on Saturday March 2 offers the first opportunity for the public to view three luxury stone country houses in tranquil Priors Marston on the Warwickshire/Northamptonshire border.
The other two homes in the small, select development have been sold and reserved and this is the first time all three houses have been open for general viewing in all their glory.
The individually designed five-bedroom homes at Manor Farm Court, on the market through ehB Residential, are built of local ironstone to blend in with the surrounding architecture.
They offer the latest modern home comforts which include a super energy efficient construction, craftsman made kitchens with Smeg appliances and multimedia cabling.
All offer impressive reception halls with bespoke oak staircases, master bedrooms with an en suite and dressing room, a family bathroom, utility room and downstairs cloakroom.
Priors Marston itself is a peaceful country village with a primary school, 13th century church, traditional welcoming pub and a post office - and nearby Southam has been named one of the top ten market towns in England by Country Life magazine.
Despite being in the heart the English countryside, commuting to Banbury, Northampton and Daventry is a doddle and trains from Banbury to London take just over an hour.
The largest of the properties, Hay Barn, offers 2,600 sq ft of living space set in generous private grounds and a large two bay oak garage.
The detached property offers five bedrooms, large kitchen/dining/ living room opening onto the terrace and offering beautiful views over the adjoining countryside, separate lounge, family room and study.
Lake View has a vast 39 foot kitchen/ dining/ living room with bi-fold doors onto the terrace and gardens, as well as separate lounge and study.
Willow View offers the same overall living space and room types, but its different configuration gives it a larger, separate lounge
Prices start at £920,000.
The homes are open on Saturday March 2 between 10am and 2pm. Book an appointment via email@example.com or just turn up.
"Dear Josephine and all at ehB. Just a quick note to thank you for all your help and support. It has been invaluable during a very stressful time, and I cannot begin to explain how your thoughts, advice and courage has got us through. We are thrilled to begin our lives in our new home."