Old Fosse Way

Tredington

Guide Price £525,000

A spacious and well appointed four/five bedroom detached family house set in about .40 acre of gardens which include a valuable building plot with outline planning consent for a further detached dwelling

Key Features

1.   Enclosed Porch and Reception Hall
2.   Fitted Cloakroom/Shower Room
3.   Family Room opening to Superb Living/Dining Room
4.   Conservatory and Office
5.   Integrated Kitchen and Utility Room
6.   Two Ground Floor Bedrooms
7.   Three Good First Floor Bedrooms
8.   Two Well Appointed Bathrooms (One En-Suite)
9.   Large Detached Double Garage
10.   Large Gardens with Consent for a Further Dwelling

A spacious and well appointed detached family house set in about .40 acre of gardens and including a valuable building plot with outline planning consent for a further four/five bedroom detached dwelling

TREDINGTON  is an attractive South Warwickshire village situated astride the A3400 in the valley of the River Stour within 3 miles of Shipston on Stour and about 8 miles from Stratford upon Avon. The old village has a variety of fine period stone built houses set in attractive lanes, as well as more recent areas of housing development. There is also a historic church, inn (currently closed for refurbishment) and junior school. Shipston on Stour offers extensive local facilities including a wide range of individual shops as well as two dentists, two opticians, sports clubs, medical centre and cottage hospital. Other centres of the area include the county town of Warwick (15 miles), Banbury (16 miles) and Oxford (30 miles). Mainline rail links can be found at Moreton in Marsh (8 miles), Banbury and Warwick and there is also a regular bus service.

GREEN ACRES  is well situated on the western edge of the village of Tredington, in an attractive elevated position located off the Fosse Way (A429) and close to open countryside. The property comprises a large, individual detached residence, originally built as a Woolaway design country bungalow, and substantially enlarged with a two storey wing in the early 1990’s to create a well appointed family home providing flexible accommodation on two floors benefitting from double glazing and oil fired central heating, and set in large gardens extending to approximately .40 acre.


On 14th September 2018, outline planning consent with all matters reserved, was granted by Stratford District Council for the erection of an additional new dwelling on the southern part of the gardens (Planning Ref: 18/01725/OUT). It is envisaged that this would comprise a large four/five bedroom detached family house befitting from the existing double garage and established gardens which the property enjoys.

On The ground floor  A painted front entrance door opens to an Enclosed Porch, with an inner door leading to the Reception Hall. The fully tiled Cloaks/Shower Room contains a thermostatic shower in a tiled surround, washbasin and WC. There is also a ground floor Bedroom and a further Snug or Fifth Bedroom with an enclosed staircase leading up to a useful first floor Loft Room. The Family Room enjoys a Cotswold stone open fireplace and hearth, and leads to the spacious, split level Living/Dining Room with a sliding patio door/window to the garden, a pair of French doors opening to the rear terrace and a further Cotswold stone fireplace and hearth. The adjoining Conservatory enjoys double glazed windows on three sides with a pair of doors to the garden.

There is also an Office, with built-in storage cupboards, and access to the useful Utility Room having a tile floor and containing a range of fitted wall and floor cupboards, a stainless steel sink and plumbing for a washing machine. The Fitted Kitchen has a pair of glazed doors opening to the side garden, tiled flooring and includes a range of laminated wall and floor cabinets having hardwood worktops and incorporating a stainless steel sink, an integrated fridge/freezer, a Bosch dishwasher, Belling electric oven, Beko ceramic hob with a stainless steel extractor hood over, and a cupboard housing the Worcester oil fired central heating boiler.

On the first floor  A staircase from the living room rises to a Gallery Landing with a high level roof light and a built-in airing cupboard. Leading off are Three Double Bedrooms, all enjoying an attractive outlook and with built-in wardrobes. There is a tiled En-Suite Bathroom off the principal bedroom which contains a spa bath with shower over, vanity washbasin and WC. The Family Bathroom also contains a bath with shower over, washbasin and WC.

Outside  The property is approached from Old Fosse Way over a sloping, concrete paved driveway with parking are in front of the Large Detached Garage, which has an up-and-over door, personal door to side, power connected and workshop to rear. A pair of timber gates opens to a further paved parking are in front of the house.

The Large, Well Enclosed, Terraced gardens extend mainly on three sides of the property and include a wide, elevated sun terrace with retaining wall and steps down to the sweeping lawns, a variety of mature trees and shrubs, beech hedging and further side garden with gravelled and paved patio, timber Garden Shed and oil storage tank, etc.

Services  Mains electricity, water and drainage are understood 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. Oil fired central heating is installed.

Tenure & Possession  The property is for sale Freehold with 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 G with Stratford on Avon District Council.

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

Location  From the centre of Shipston on Stour proceed north along Stratford Road (A3400) for about 2 ½ miles, passing through Tredington Village, and continuing to the traffic island before turning left on to the Fosse Way (A429). After a short distance turn left again into Old Fosse Way and immediately right where the entrance to the property will be found a short way along on the left side. Post Code: CV36 4NN