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Walton Way Cottage,
Wellesbourne

Guide price £835,000 1,929 sq. ft.

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About the property

An enchanting period cottage offering spacious family living accommodation finished to an exemplary standard with good sized gardens and charming rural views.

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  • Luxuriously refurbished
  • Bespoke kitchen
  • Porcelanosa bathroom
  • Dressing room
  • Rural views
Located on the edge of Wellesbourne and Walton civil parish with distinctive Warwickshire countryside views this four bedroom period cottage has a fascinating history. Originally the game keepers cottage, for a local farming estate, the property has a number of characterful external period features including a covered well with glass cover and lighting, carved facias to the roof, bay and casement windows as well as beautifully proportioned chimneys the sheer height of which indicated the hierarchical importance of the original occupants. The calibre of this cottage has been significantly enhanced with a sympathetic architect led renovation that gives a classically contemporary feel to the interior whilst retaining both character and period charm. 1,929.4 sq. ft.

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