Little Kineton

Warwickshire

Guide Price £555,000

A superb four bedroom family house with a delightful garden and enjoying deceptively spacious and very well appointed accommodation in an attractive courtyard setting on the edge of this charming village

Key Features

1.   Reception Hall & Fitted Cloakroom
2.   Study
3.   Attractive Sitting Room Opening to Superb Orangery
4.   Family/Dining Room
5.   Well Appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Utility Room
6.   Four Good Bedrooms
7.   En-Suite Shower Room & Family Bathroom
8.   Attached Double Garage
9.   Well Landscaped Gardens

KINETON  is an attractive and historically interesting large village in south-east Warwickshire, approximately ten miles from Stratford upon Avon, Warwick, and Banbury and conveniently located for Gaydon and the major road networks linked to the M40. Recorded in the Domesday Book, and having a beautiful 13th century church, Kineton also played a key role in the Civil War, being close to the major battle of Edgehill. Kineton has its own primary and secondary schools serving the local area and is also within the catchment area for the local grammar schools. The village has its own general stores, post office, bank, independent butchers, and two popular inns.

The pretty hamlet of Little Kineton lies about a half mile to the south of Kineton and includes a variety of period and modern homes together with a village pond and greens, with open countryside beyond.

MAYFIELD HOUSE  Forms part of a select small courtyard development of just five individual homes - Sycamore Court, originally built in about 1997 by renowned Warwickshire developers – Linfoot Homes, and enjoying an attractive location on the edge of Little Kineton, close to the village green. The property is a very well appointed and deceptively spacious (over 2,100 sq ft inc garage) modern, semi-detached family house which was further enhanced by the recent addition of a superb orangery which adjoins the charming garden. The property also features uPVC double glazing, oil fired central heating, oak faced doors and Karndean or tiled floors to the ground floor, a well fitted kitchen and bathrooms, an attached double garage and a good size, well landscaped garden. A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this very special village home.

On the ground floor  A Canopy Porch and front door opens to the Reception Hall, having a tiled floor, under-stairs storage cupboard and Fitted Cloakroom, containing a washbasin and WC. There is also a Useful Study, with Karndean flooring. The Attractive Sitting Room enjoys a feature open brick fireplace with tiled hearth, heavy beam over and incorporated a log burning stove. Opening off is the Superb Orangery with wide bi-fold doors to the rear garden patio, a substantial lantern light, Karndean flooring and a pair of French doors leading to the Family/Dining Room, also with Karndean flooring.

There is a Well Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room, with tiled flooring, which contains a good range of laminated wall and floor kitchen cabinets incorporating an enamel one-and-a-half bowl sink, a ceramic electric hob with extractor hood over, a Smeg electric oven and Bosch dishwasher. Opening off to the rear is the Utility Room having a part glazed rear access door, tiled flooring, a fitted base cupboard unit with enamel sink, plumbing for a washing machine and connecting door to the double garage.

On the first floor  A staircase rises from the reception hall to a Central Landing having a large built-in heated airing cupboard and a ceiling hatch to the loft space. Leading off is the Master Bedroom Suite which includes a Double Bedroom with built-in wardrobes, and an En-Suite Shower Room with tiled floor and containing a tiled shower cubicle, washbasin and WC. There are Three Good Further Bedrooms, two having built-in wardrobes, and a Partly Tiled Family Bathroom which contains a bath with shower over, washbasin and WC.

Outside  The Attached Double Garage has a metal up-and-over garage door, connecting door to the utility room, and a Grant oil fired central heating boiler.

The property is approached from Kineton Road over a shared driveway which passes through a wide archway into the courtyard. Mayfield House is set behind a shallow gravelled Front Garden with a block paved driveway/parking area for 2 cars in front of the garage. The Attractive, Well Landscaped Rear Garden enjoys a large paved sun terrace, gravelled areas, raised flower borders, a feature painted Gazebo, access gate to Kineton Road and a gravelled area to the side of the house. There is also a further good sized lawn with mature Sycamore and other semi-mature trees enclosed by established beech and hawthorn hedges.

General Information  

Services  Mains electricity and water are understood to be connected to the property, with drainage to a private system. 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. Oil fired central heating is installed.

Maintenance Charge  The property enjoys a share in Sycamore Court (Kineton) Ltd which owns the shared driveway and courtyard area, and an annual maintenance charge is levied as a contribution towards the upkeep of the communal areas. Further information can be obtained from the selling agents.

Tenure  The property is for sale Freehold.

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 D (Current), Band C(Potential). A copy of the full EPC report is available upon request.

Location  From the centre of Kineton, proceed south down Bridge Street and Kineton Road for about a half mile to Little Kineton. The archway entrance to Sycamore Court will be found on the left as you enter Little Kineton, and Mayfield House is located in the left corner of the courtyard. Post Code: CV35 0DT