Great William Street
Stratford upon AvonGuide Price £325,000
Key Features1. Very close to town centre
2. Quiet location on one-way street
3. Beautifully renovated period property
4. Private rear garden
5. Cellar and loft room
Stratford upon Avon Stratford upon Avon is internationally famous as the birthplace of William Shakespeare and home to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and attracts almost four million visitors a year. Stratford is also a prosperous riverside market town with fine restaurants and inns, a good choice of public and private schools and excellent sporting and recreational amenities.
Great William Street is located close to Shakespeare's Birthplace, in a quiet one-way street and within easy walking distance of the town centre and its amenities. Number 21 is a mid-terrace property which has been lovingly restored to a high standard.
The property has two reception rooms, both having solid oak flooring. and there is an attractive feature fireplace in the living room.
The dining room has ample space for a good sized table, gives access to both the first floor and the cellar, and leads through to the kitchen at the rear of the house.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of bespoke units incorporating a Rangemaster oven, five hob gas cooker with extractor hood above, integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer, and washing machine. The ceramic flooring and solid wood worktops add to the traditional charm of this very functional area, which also has a breakfast bar for informal dining.
To the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, one to the front of the house and the other overlooking the rear garden. The bathroom is traditionally styled and beautifully presented, and there is a large walk-in dressing room/study on the landing.
The property is double glazed throughout, with pvc windows to the front and timber to the rear. The loft space is boarded and has a Velux window and a fitted ladder. The gas combi boiler was installed in 2015, and new carpets have been fitted upstairs.
Outside The property benefits from a private garden to the rear; this has been paved and gravelled for easy maintenance and is west facing. A timber side gate gives access to a shared alleyway leading to Mulberry Street .
Parking on the road to the front of the property is by resident permit.
Services Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are 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. Gas fired central heating is installed.
Tenure We understand that the property is for sale Freehold.
Fixtures and Fittings All curtains and blinds and fitted 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 C with Stratford upon Avon District Council.
Energy Performance Certificate The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is currently Band D. A full copy of the EPC Report is available on request.
Location and Viewings Approaching on foot from the town centre, cross the main Birmingham Road, and Great William Street is located almost directly opposite Shakespeare's Birthplace and its gardens. Number 21 will be found on the left hand side, shortly before the turning into Mulberry Street. Post code CV37 6RY.
Please note that Great William Street itself is a one-way street and there is no direct vehicular access from the Birmingham Road. Parking is available nearby in Windsor Street multi-storey car park, or in the surrounding streets which can be accessed from the roundabout
Viewings strictly by appointment with the Agents.