This handsome Grade II listed Georgian house is situated in the sought after village of Barford. The accommodation which is set in delightful walled gardens is arranged as follows: Reception Hall, cloaks/wet room, sitting room, breakfast kitchen, dining room, garden room, cellarage, three double bedroom, bathroom, rear vehicular access and driveway. NO UPWARD CHAIN
A rare opportunity exists to acquire this delightful Grade II listed village residence, which is located in the heart of Barford. The property is set in beautiful, quiet and secluded walled gardens, enjoying a southerly aspect and access to a good sized parking area at the rear. The generous plot size, together with that all important rear vehicular access, provides potential for a possible building plot. Naturally, this would be subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents.
The popular village of Barford has a very lively community shop with Internet café, a thriving drama group, playgroup, nursery, art gallery, school and pubs. There are some beautiful walks to be taken from the house and Warwick Castle parklands are also close by. Access to major road and rail services are only a few minutes drive away and Warwick, Leamington Spa and Stratford are very near for major shopping, sight-seeing or the theatre.
The accommodation which requires some modernisation is arranged as follows:
Through solid entrance door with natural light window over into:
Tiled floor, radiator, multi paned arched window to rear aspect overlooking the gardens, steps down to cellar, staircase rising to First floor. Pine panelled doors to:
Dining Room 3.96m x 3.64m (13'0" x 11'11")
Projecting chimney breast with a raised recessed fireplace with brick hearth, picture rail and a sash window to front aspect with secondary glazing.
Breakfast Kitchen 4.61m x 3.79m (15'1" x 12'5")
Having a range of pine fronted base and eye level units, tiled work surfaces with single drainer sink unit, mixer tap and tiled splashbacks. Bosch electric oven, gas hob, integrated fridge, storage cupboard above and drawers beneath. Radiator, sash window to front aspect. Arched openings to:
Sitting Room 3.84m x 3.52m (12'7" x 11'7")
The main focal point of the room is the impressive brick surround fireplace and chimney breast with a raised open hearth with canopy over. Display shelving to chimney breast, decorative tiled floor, radiator, secondary glazed window, multi paned French doors with secondary glazing provide access to the gardens. Two brick steps with a natural wood door leads to:
Garden Room 3.97m x 2.36m (13'0" x 7'9")
This versatile room has a Radiator, downlighters, multi paned window and casement door provides access to the garden.
From the rear of the Entrance Hall, stairs rise to the Half Landing with sliding door to:
Recently converted to a fully modernised wet-room, incorporating digital power shower with both hand held attachment and ceiling rose, underfloor heating, WC with a concealed cistern, wash hand basin, chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan, downlighters, mirror with integrated light and shaver socket and window to rear aspect.
First Floor Landing
Built-in Airing Cupboard. Pine panelled doors lead to:
Bedroom One 4.62m x 3.02m (15'2" x 9'11")
Radiator and a secondary glazed window to front aspect.
Bedroom Two 3.82m x 3.50m (12'6" x 11'6")
Radiator, angled ceiling incorporating a rooflight and a multi paned arched window overlooking the patio area.
Comprising bath, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, secondary glazed window to front aspect.
From the Main Landing, three steps rise to a:
Further Landing Area
balustrade, radiator and a Panelled door to:
Bedroom Three 3.63m x 2.97m (11'11" x 9'9")
Having a period fire surround with cast iron inset, radiator and a secondary glazed sash window to front aspect.
From the rear of the Entrance Hall, four steps lead down to:
Ceiling light point, useful under stairs Storage Cupboard. Steps down to Cellar. Sliding door to:
Wall mounted Potterton gas fired boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine, electric light and power.
Cellar 3.87m x 3.44m (12'8" x 11'3")
Head height of 1.80m. Which has been tanked, electric light and power. Cupboard housing the consumer unit and electric meter. Cupboard housing the gas meter.
Which is a particular feature of the property is the large patio area incorporating a pebble water feature, raised beds, mature Vine and Wisteria. There is a covered side passage with outside tap, external lighting providing secure access onto Bridge Street, The remainder of the garden are well stocked with a huge variety of specimen plants, shrubs and trees to include pear and apple trees. There is also a Summer House and a gated rear pedestrian access leading to the:
Which is approached from Hemmimgs Mill, providing excellent off road parking.
The property is understood to be freehold, although we have not inspected the relevant documentation to confirm this.
All mains services are understood to be connected. NB We have not tested the heating, domestic hot water system, kitchen appliances or other services and whilst believing them to be satisfactory working order and cannot give warranties in these respects. Interested parties are invited to make their own enquires.
"Dear Ms Henstock, I would be grateful if you would pass on my thanks to the staff at EHB and Chris Coleman in particular for the successful sale of my parents' house. I would absolutely recommend EHB as a thoroughly professional firm. The whole process was conducted very efficiently, courteously and with evident knowledge of the local market. Best regards Giles Ridger "