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A beautiful Grade II Listed farmhouse in the idyllic Warwickshire countryside, perfect for multigenerational families.

Property Snapshot
  • Stunning gardens and grounds of 14.2 acres
  • Main living space of 4,821 sq. ft.
  • Triple garage with ample storage space
  • Ample parking and electric charging
  • Hard surface tennis court
  • Paddock with stables (requiring some refurbishment)
  • 2-3 bed barn conversion 1,530 sq. ft.
  • Large walled garden with box hedged formal rose garden, fountain and summer house
  • Orchards
A beautiful Grade II Listed farmhouse in the idyllic Warwickshire countryside, perfect for multigenerational families. With stunning gardens and grounds, far-reaching views and secondary accommodation in the form of a contemporary barn conversion, ideal for guests or a holiday-let opportunity alternatively the current owners have utilised it as essential working-from-home office space.

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