The Old Farm is an excellent example of a character property dating back to the 15th Century. Sympathetically combining the best of modern living, alongside traditional period charm
Summary - Spanning over 11,000 sq ft of living space, this beautiful Grade II listed property offers a buyer a unique opportunity to purchase a family home which has undergone extensive renovations. It enjoys bespoke finishes throughout, yet has heaps of further potential aided by planning permission already in place to convert a barn into a swimming pool complex, as well as the garages into holiday lets which would provide an excellent source of income.
Ground Floor - Upon entering you are greeted by the opulent entrance hall, with a spectacular feature chandelier. The space flows seamlessly into the living room and provides versatile usage as it could easily become a cinema room if desired. Alongside is the snug, which opens onto a utility. Parallel to the living room, is a dining room with beautiful vaulted ceiling and french doors leading onto the garden, perfect for entertaining friends and family. To the left, is a library with fitted hand crafted units, this leads through into an office, ideal for working from home. Again, this space has flexible usage and would offer a ground floor bedroom, perfect for elderly parents or relatives. To the right of the dining room is the kitchen, which has been exceptionally well designed, with high end appliances including Gaggenau and Siemens, the utility is to the rear of the kitchen and provides a conveniently located space for everyday use. Leading through to the sitting room is a second entrance, with access via an oak door dating back to the 12th century. The sitting room enjoys original timber beams as well as a feature log burner for cosy winter nights. A second dining room follows, perfect for those formal occasions. The west wing is completed by a drawing room with open views overlooking the courtyard.
First Floor - Via a staircase accessed through the sitting room you will find the first landing, again with heaps of character with sloping floors, beams and traditional hatched doorways. The luxurious finishes continue throughout this floor. Directly off the landing you will find an upstairs snug with a feature honey glow fireplace, this space leads onto three double bedrooms. Bedroom two benefits from a contemporary ensuite with a walk in shower. Bedroom three is again an extremely spacious double and is positioned next to the family bathroom and opposite the dressing room with a secondary (Jacobean) staircase, giving the feel of a self contained suite. The principle suite is accessed via a third staircase from the snug on the ground floor, this room enjoys an impressive aspect thanks to its glass mezzanine balcony overlooking the reception hall, which really is the heart of the home.
Outside - The property is approached through automated private gates that open up onto the beautifully landscaped courtyard. Here you can truly enjoy, and take in the contrasting facades where the developer has seamlessly blended the old with the new. The property enjoys wrap around landscaped gardens, which benefit from an up lighting scheme, so you can enjoy those beautiful views both in the day and the night. A second courtyard provides direct access to a number of outbuildings which include a sauna, gym and outdoor kitchen area. In total the plot extends to 7.16 acres.
Location - Situated in the desirable village of Rowington and surrounded by the rolling Warwickshire countryside. There are many beautiful walks directly from the property. The larger towns of Warwick and Leamington are a 15 minute drive. The M40 motorway is 15 minutes away providing easy access to London, Birmingham and beyond. the railway network is within easy reach and Birmingham Airport is a 30 minute drive. Close by are also excellent a range of Grammar and Private schools.
Specification - Please find the specification sheet attached which details the extensive finishes
Services to the property - Oil fired central heating, private drainage, mains water
Local Authority & EPC - Warwick District Council / Exempt Grade II Listed
This is a Freehold property.