Bushwood Lane, Lowsonford, B95 5EX

House - Detached
Ref: 30759180
Guide Price
£1,280,000
For Sale
4
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
1
Living
This beautifully located much extended cottage, sits towards the top end of its own long driveway and as can be seen from the aerial photograph, is in the middle of its own pastureland that extends to some 13.6 Acres in all. It has adjoining a 2,320 sq. ft portal framed agricultural building that has recently obtained prior approval permission to be converted into a substantial dwelling house (W/21/0814).
The property’s own long driveway affords access to one further homestead lying a little further up the hill. Otherwise, the property enjoys great privacy and seclusion.
It is located approximately 1.5 miles from the centre of the picturesque village of Lowsonford, better known for the Fleur-de-Lys Inn that backs onto the Birmingham to Stratford Canal.
The old Market Town of Henley-in-Arden is 4 miles to the South where there is a good range of general shops, a post office, chemist, opticians, and doctors. The High Street is famed for its many Pubs, bespoke eating establishments.
Those needing access to the Motorways, the M40/M42 road intersections are some 7 mins drive away and for good access for London via Marylebone Line, Warwick Parkway Railway Station and its substantial car park is 7 miles to the Southeast.
There is great potential to extend subject to planning consent being granted, refurbish and to convert the barn into a totally separate dwelling or if preferred some of it to be used as an ancillary building and subject to planning consent being forthcoming ,as an annexe to the main residence.

Overview

  • Stunning Location
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Detached Residence
  • Approximately 13.6 Acres
  • Substantial Barn With Q Planning
  • Private Drive
  • No Upward Chain
  • EPC Rating - E
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Overview

This beautifully located much extended cottage, sits towards the top end of its own long driveway and as can be seen from the aerial photograph, is in the middle of its own pastureland that extends to some 13.6 Acres in all. It has adjoining a 2,320 sq. ft portal framed agricultural building that has recently obtained prior approval permission to be converted into a substantial dwelling house (W/21/0814).
The property’s own long driveway affords access to one further homestead lying a little further up the hill. Otherwise, the property enjoys great privacy and seclusion.
It is located approximately 1.5 miles from the centre of the picturesque village of Lowsonford, better known for the Fleur-de-Lys Inn that backs onto the Birmingham to Stratford Canal.
The old Market Town of Henley-in-Arden is 4 miles to the South where there is a good range of general shops, a post office, chemist, opticians, and doctors. The High Street is famed for its many Pubs, bespoke eating establishments.
Those needing access to the Motorways, the M40/M42 road intersections are some 7 mins drive away and for good access for London via Marylebone Line, Warwick Parkway Railway Station and its substantial car park is 7 miles to the Southeast.
There is great potential to extend subject to planning consent being granted, refurbish and to convert the barn into a totally separate dwelling or if preferred some of it to be used as an ancillary building and subject to planning consent being forthcoming ,as an annexe to the main residence.

Hallway

3.4 x 3.5 (11'1" x 11'5")
The property welcomes you into a spacious hallway having flagstone flooring, exposed timbers and a brick built fireplace. Wooden stairway leading to first floor. 1 x radiator.
Living Room
5.9 x 3.8 (19'4" x 12'5")
Dual aspect with double patio doors leading out to the garden, Inglenook fireplace and exposed timbers. 1 x radiator.
Downstairs WC
2 x 0.9 (6'6" x 2'11")
WC and hand basin. 1 x radiator.
Kitchen/Dining Room
3.5 max x 5.7 (11'5" max x 18'8" )
A range of wall and base units with granite worktops, electric Range cooker, integral appliances to include; fridge and dishwasher. Inset spot lights with exposed timbers. Flagstone flooring with a slight raised wooden floor to the dining area. 1 x radiator.
Utility Room
2.9 x 2.6 (9'6" x 8'6")
Having a range of wall/base units and a tiled floor. 1 x radiator.
Downstairs Study
2 x 2 (6'6" x 6'6")
Window overlooking the front. 1 x radiator.
Galleried Style Landing
Impressive gallery landing having a fitted linen cupboard and access to all rooms. 1 x radiator.
Bedroom 1
3.8 x 4.4 (12'5" x 14'5")
Generously sized master suite having stunning views over open countryside. 1 x radiator. Door leading to:-
Ensuite
3.4 x 1.8 (11'1" x 5'10")
Four piece suite with open walk in shower, bath, WC and hand wash basin with vanity units. 1 x radiator.
Bedroom 2
3.5 x 2.8 (11'5" x 9'2")
Double bedroom having open countryside views. 1 x radiator. Door leading to:-
Ensuite
1.2 x 1.7 (3'11" x 5'6")
Corner shower unit, hand basin and W.C. 1 x radiator.
Bedroom 3
3.9 (with restricted head height) x 3.5 (12'9" (wi
A walk-in wardrobe and storage area in the eaves. (Restricted head height). 1 x radiator.
Bedroom 4
2.1 with restricted head height x 3.1 (6'10" with
With Velux window(Restricted head height). 1 x radiator.
Family Bathroom
3.1 x 1.3 max (restricted head height) (10'2" x 4'
Three piece suite comprising; WC, vanity unit set with hand basin, bath. 1 x radiator.
Outside
Substantial landscaped grounds bound on all sides with timber fencing. There is a large block paved patio with a feature dovecote and street lamp.
Boiler Room
Oil fired, floor standing boiler.
Single Garage
3.5 x 5.5 (11'5" x 18'0")
With electric up and over door.
Barn
18 x 12 (59'0" x 39'4")
Large steel framed barn which has recently been granted prior approval under part 3, class Q for proposed change of agricultural building to a residential dwelling (Use class C). Application Reference (W/21/0814).

Large roller shutter door and pedestrian access. A steel oil tank providing oil to the property.
Further Information
Services:
Mains water and electricity. Heating is via an oil fired boiler.

Tenure:
The property is Freehold. Vacant possession will be given upon completion of the sale.

Council Tax:
Warwick District Council - Band G.

Fixtures & Fittings:
All those items mentioned in these particulars will be included in the sale, others, if any, are specifically excluded.

Viewing:
Strictly by prior appointment with Earles (01564 794 343).

Earles is a Trading Style of 'John Earle & Son LLP' Registered in England. Company No: OC326726 for professional work and 'Earles Residential Ltd' Company No: 13260015 Agency & Lettings. Registered Office: Carleton House, 266 - 268 Stratford Road, Shirley, West Midlands, B90 3AD.

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    Please note that all the above information has been provided by the vendor in good faith, but will need verification by the purchaser’s solicitor. Any areas, measurements or distances referred to are given as a guide only and are not precise. Floor plans are not drawn to scale and are provided as an indicative guide to help illustrate the general layout of the property only. The mention of any appliances and/or services in this description does not imply that they are in full and efficient working order and prospective purchasers should make their own investigations before finalising any agreement to purchase. It should not be assumed that any contents, furnishings or other items shown in photographs (which may have been taken with a wide angle lens) are included in the sale. Any reference to alterations to, or use of, any part of the property is not a statement that the necessary planning, building regulations, listed buildings or other consents have been obtained. We endeavour to make our details accurate and reliable, but they should not be relied on as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. The seller does not give any warranty in relation to the property and we have no authority to do so on their behalf.