2 BED Cottage For sale

Sheep Street, Shipston-On-Stour, Warwickshire

£335,000

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A charming two bedroom, period town cottage benefitting from great character, a courtyard garden, an off street car parking space and an external office.

Converted from a barn in approximately 1990 to it’s current state the cottage tastefully retains much of it's original features Approached via an oak front door, opening to the entrance hall with turning staircase rising to the first floor. A useful under stairs storage cupboard, windows to the front, the ground floor cloakroom with a low flush WC, wash hand basin and wall-mounted Worcester Bosch gas fired Combi boiler, which was installed in 2021.


Shipston on Stour
The market town of Shipston on Stour, located in South Warwickshire, is an excellent choice for those who want to have easy access to a variety of amenities. The town has a rich history as an important sheep market town and is also known as 'Sheep-wash-Town'. It has flourished over the years as a thriving working town and boasts a range of facilities, including a number of independent shops, pubs, restaurants, and community-led services. The town has a primary and a secondary school, a medical centre, two dentists, a town hall, a scout hut, and many other amenities, including a variety of sports clubs. The town also hosts several events throughout the year, such as the Shipston Wool Fair, craft markets, Shipston Proms, and Victorian Evening. The main centres for the area are Stratford upon Avon (11 miles), Banbury (14 miles), Warwick (17 miles), and Leamington Spa (18 miles). A mainline rail service to Oxford/London is available from the Cotswold town of Moreton in Marsh (7 miles).

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM/DINER



Kitchen area having two windows to front, exposed ceiling timbers. Containing a range of mid-level base and wall cupboards and draw units with flush fitting Beech work surfaces with space and plumbing for dishwasher. Fitted oven, Laminate flooring, gas hob and under fit hood cover, tiled splashbacks and display shelving to wall cupboards. Chimney breast feature to the dining area exposed ceiling timbers recessed above.



LOUNGE



with window to the front and two glazed French doors leading onto a terrace. Attractive open fireplace with stone surround and half polished timber handles display shelving to either side enclosed shelving and cupboards area in-built. Solid permanent oak flooring bonded to concrete. Fine exposed ceiling timbers and dimmer control light switch for wall lighting.



ON THE FIRST FLOOR



a turning staircase from the entrance hall to the first floor landing with the window to the front, a roof hatch for loft space and exposed roof timbers.



BEDROOM ONE



Reducing head height with exposed timbers, a dormer window overlooking the patio area at the back of the property. Central heating radiator and in-built wardrobe and storage area above with hanging rails.



BEDROOM TWO



Reducing head height with double aspect with dormer window to Sheep Street and a window to the side of the property at Darlingscote Road. Two radiators, fine exposed roof timbers and cupboard (used as an airing cupboard) storage shelving and spotlights.



BATHROOM



with dormer window to the rear, oak panelled bath with shower over, exposed roof timbers, extractor fan, shaver point and oak timber flooring.



OUTSIDE



The rear terrace accessed from the lounge adjoining the French doors is a paved terrace garden with sitting area. First door leads to a utility room and storage room. – a brick built utility room which houses the washing machine and the tumble dryer. Currently used as a tool storage room. Also off the courtyard there is a small bike shed that is built on to the house and wall which can store two bikes. In the corner of the courtyard there is a third door which leads to a fully heated:



OFFICE / WORKSHOP



Centrally heated from the house, laminate flooring and carpet. Fully plastered and currently used as an office with an attractive wooden wall. This building had full planning permission grated in 2015 (15/01255/FUL). Full electricity and it’s own fuse box.



Additional Information



Tenure: We understand that the property is for sale Freehold.
Local Authority: Stratford-On-Avon District Council
Council Tax Band: We understand that the Council Tax Band for the property is Band C.
EPC Rating: D



Agents Note



(i) All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending buyers should not rely on them as statements of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.
(ii) Floorplans shown are for general guidance only. Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure that the floorplan measurements are as accurate as possible, they are for illustrative purposes only.




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