Admington

Warwickshire

Guide Price £425,000

A valuable re-development opportunity in a delightful village setting comprising a detached dormer style bungalow set in established gardens of over a third of an acre with potential to refurbish/extend and also enjoying detailed planning consent for a replacement individual 4 bedroom detached dwelling

Key Features

1.   Reception Hall & Fitted Cloakroom
2.   Two Good Reception Rooms
3.   Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Utility
4.   Ground Floor Bedroom Suite with Dressing & Shower Room
5.   Two First Floor Bedrooms & Bathroom
6.   Detached Single Garage & Ample Parking
7.   Attractive Gardens of about .36 Acre
8.   No Upward Chain

A valuable re-development opportunity in a delightful village setting comprising a detached dormer style bungalow set in established gardens of over a third of an acre with potential to refurbish/extend and also enjoying detailed planning consent for a replacement individual 4 bedroom detached dwelling

ADMINGTON  Is a charming small Warwickshire village which is listed in the Domesday Book and is located in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lying approximately 2 miles from the popular village of Ilmington and 1 ½ miles from Lower Quinton which provide basic local amenities and a choice of Inns. A wider range of shopping, social and recreational facilities are readily available in Shipston on Stour (5 miles), Chipping Campden (5 miles), Stratford upon Avon (7 miles) and Moreton in Marsh 9 ½ miles) with mainline train services to London. The M40 (J15) is approximately 13 miles distant.

PETERSFIELD  Is set in established gardens of over a third acre on the edge of this much sought-after village, enjoying delightful views over open farmland to the west towards Meon Hill. The property is a deceptively spacious, individual, detached, dormer bungalow of over 2,200 sq ft which offers considerable potential for modernisation and improvement – as well as possible further extension to suit a purchaser’s specific needs.

In addition, the property enjoys detailed planning consent for a replacement dwelling which will enjoy a gross internal floor area of approximately 2,300 sq ft (213.68 sq m) and which will briefly comprise:

On the ground floor: Reception Hall, Fitted Cloakroom, Study/Snug, Sitting Room, Living/Dining/Kitchen and Utility.

On the first floor: Landing, Four Double Bedrooms, En-Suite Shower Room and Family Bathroom.

A copy of the approved plans and planning consent with conditions (Stratford on Avon District Council Ref: 18/03112/FUL dated 22nd January 2019) can be inspected at the selling agents’ offices or on the Stratford District Council website link: https://apps.stratford.gov.uk/eplanning/AppDetail.aspx?appkey=PH048RPMM1M00

On the ground floor  A uPVC front door opens an Enclosed Vestibule Entrance with a glazed inner door to the Reception Hall. Opening off is a Fitted Cloakroom with washbasin and WC. The Attractive Sitting Room features sliding patio doors to the rear garden and a stone fireplace incorporating a log burning stove. There is also a Separate Dining Room or Fourth Bedroom. The Kitchen/Breakfast Room includes a range of hardwood fronted wall and floor cabinets with laminated worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink and Stoves electric double oven. Leading off is a Utility Room having a part glazed door to the garden, plumbing for a washing machine, stainless steel sink and fitted cupboards.

Leading off the reception hall is the Master Bedroom Suite which includes a Double Bedroom, adjoining Dressing Room and an En-Suite Shower Room which contains a large tiled shower cubicle, washbasin and WC.

On the first floor  A staircase rises from the hall to a Central Landing, having a built-in heated airing cupboard, and leading from which are Two Double Bedrooms and a Bathroom containing a bath with electric shower over, washbasin, WC and connecting door to a large useful Box Room.

Outside  The property stands well back from the lane behind a deep grass verge and Large Front Garden with a mature boundary hedge, twin wooden entrance gates opening to a parking driveway, lawn and flower borders, etc. The garden continues around the side of the property and opens to a Delightful Westerly Facing Rear Garden which includes a paved sun terrace, sweeping lawns and further well stocked flower beds, a variety of shrubs and young trees, former vegetable garden – and attractive views beyond over open farmland to the west. Located to the side of the property is a Detached Single Garage, timber Workshop and Two Greenhouses.

General Information:  

Services  Mains water, electricity and drainage are believed to be connected to the property. 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. Electric night storage heating.

Tenure & Possession  The property is for sale Freehold with vacant possession on completion. No upward chain.

Fixtures and Fittings  All items mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale price, all others are expressly excluded.

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

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

Location  From Shipston on Stour proceed north on Darlingscote Road, crossing over the Fosse Way and continuing to Ilmington. Continue north on Stratford Road for about 1 ½ miles before turning left signposted to Lower Quinton. Proceed for a further half mile before turning left, signposted to Admington. The property will be found approximately 400 yds along the lane on the right, identified by the For Sale sign. Post Code: CV36 4JN