DESCRIPTION A recently renovated Grade II listed three-bedroom home situated in the thriving town of Shipston-on-Stour.
This 18th century three-bedroom home exudes character, and having been recently renovated throughout provides comfortable living perfect for a professional couple who would benefit from being within easy reach to larger towns, while enjoying the peace of countryside living. Upon entrance to the property, the cosy living room features an olive green wall, flagstone tiles and log burner. Moving through, there is a dove grey shaker-style kitchen/breakfast room, with quarry tiles, benefitting from an integrated under counter fridge/freezer, oven and ceramic hob. A utility area is provided to the rear of the room with further storage cupboards and an integrated washing machine. At the back of the property, there is a downstairs cloakroom, with white wall tiles and eye-catching patterned floor tiles, with walk-in shower, vanity unit with basin and w/c. Bedroom three is a well-proportioned double accessed via separate stairs from the kitchen which would be perfect as a home office or guest bedroom.
Moving upstairs, the principal bedroom features a beautifully panelled navy blue wall with built-in wardrobes, and a family bathroom with a walk-in shower, w/c and sink. Upstairs again, there is another double bedroom with charming exposed timbers.
Outside, there is a south facing walled courtyard garden, abundant with fragrant rose bushes. To the front, permit parking is available.
EPC - E. Council Tax Band - C. Deposit - £1,730.76. Holding Deposit - £346.15. Standard, Superfast & Ultrafast Broadband Available via OpenReach and Gigaclear. Mains Gas Central Heating. Pets Considered.
Available January 2024!
LOCATION The South Warwickshire market town of Shipston on Stour is an ideal location for those wanting an array of amenities right on their doorstep. Known in bygone times as 'Sheep-wash-Town' (thanks to its history as an important sheep market town), Shipston on Stour has continued to flourish as a thriving working town and enjoys a multitude of facilities including various shops, pubs, restaurants and community-led services. There is both primary and secondary schooling in the town and the nearby town of Moreton in Marsh offers a mainline hourly train service between Worcester and London Paddington, via Oxford.
DIRECTIONS From the offices of Harrison Hardie in Moreton-in-Marsh, turn left onto the A429 continuing straight until the Portobello Crossroads. Turn right at the traffic lights onto the Campden Road. Continue straight, turning left onto the Darlingscote Road, and then immediately right onto Sheep Street. The property will be on the right, signposted by our 'To Let' board.
TENANCYINFORMATION A holding deposit of one weeks rent is requested to secure the property whilst credit and reference checks are being made, which then goes towards the first months rent.
Please note furniture/appliances shown may be subject to change prior to the commencement of the tenancy. Please contact Harrison Hardie should you wish to clarify specific items within a property, prior to making an offer and check in.
This Firm is a member of a client money protection scheme C0122198.
VIEWINGS Viewing by prior arrangement with Harrison Hardie Lettings.
Grade II Listed Three-Bedroom Home Situated in the Centre of Thriving Shipston-on-Stour
Character 18th Century Features
Recently Renovated Throughout
Modern Shaker-Style Kitchen Breakfast Room with Integrated Appliances