Ilmington Road, Armscote, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. CV37 8DE

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Positioned in the centre of this charismatic North Cotswolds village and combining the innate character and charm of a late Victorian cottage with the contemporary refinements of modern day living, this semi-detached two storey, double fronted, three bedroom country retreat exudes an abundance of style which must be experienced first hand to be fully appreciated.

Accommodation Comprises

Central Entrance Hall

Easy staircase rising to first floor with battened balustrade and stripped pine banister. Parquet oak flooring. Dado rail. Column radiator. Built in understairs storage cupboard.

Through Living Room (20' 06" x 12' 06" or 6.25m x 3.81m)

Formed in open plan with garden room. Living room with matching oak parquet flooring to the hallway. Substantial fireplace with slate hearth and Stovax cast iron multi fuel burning stove set into chimney breast with antique pine surround. Highlighted picture rail. Four wall mounted light points. Column radiator. Built in room divider bookshelf unit with two cupboards below and shelves above.

Garden room (10' 06" x 4' 05" or 3.20m x 1.35m)

South easterly facing aspect with picture windows overlooking the well screened rear garden. Column radiator.

Through Kitchen/Diner

Kitchen Area (11' 11" x 11' 10" or 3.63m x 3.61m)

Solid hardwood work surfaces fitted to three sides with inset enamelled sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap. Corner carousel unit, integrated refuse cupboard. All melamine fronted units incorporating three drawer unit and ten further base cupboards. Original fireplace now with inset five ring gas stove and double oven below. Antique rustic brick former chimney breast. Ceramic tile floor to the whole of the room.

Rear Dining Area (11' 10" x 8' 02" or 3.61m x 2.49m)

Built in cupboard with antique doors. Second cast iron wood burning stove currently for ornamental purposes. Column radiator. Double French style doors leading on to south easterly facing rear garden. Access to rear hallway.

Rear Hallway

Ceramic tile floor.

Ground Floor Cloakroom

Two piece suite in white with wall mounted wash hand basin and low flush wc. Ceramic floor.

First Floor Landing

Stripped pine floor. Gallery style landing with battened balustrade and stripped pine banister. Particularly attractive outlook over enclosed rear garden.

Rear Bedroom 2 (11' 10" x 11' 03" or 3.61m x 3.43m)

Column radiator. Attractive outlook over rear garden.


Ceramic tile floor. Four piece suite in white with low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, roll top freestanding clawed bath with hand held shower attachment and separate fully tiled shower cubicle with rain head shower and hand held shower spray. Timber panelled to dado height. Built in shelves and cupboard. Column radiator. Frosted window. Built in extractor. Access to loft area housing gas fired central heating boiler and a lagged cylinder and immersion heater.

Front Bedroom 1 (11' 11" x 11' 11" or 3.63m x 3.63m)

Stripped pine floor. Column radiator. Renewed double glazed sash window. Original cast iron fireplace set into ornamental chimney breast.

Front Bedroom 3 (12' 06" x 8' 10" or 3.81m x 2.69m)

Original cast iron fireplace. Column radiator. Attractive outlook over gardens and treescape.


Rear Garden (60' 0" x 45' 0" or 18.29m x 13.72m)

Lawned area with particularly well stocked and attractive shrubbery borders. Octagonal glazed greenhouse. Brick built garden store with outside light. Flagged area for alfresco dining. Side access with private gated access leading to Ilmington Road. The garden has a brick wall surround.

Double Garage (Former Coach House)

The left hand garage has power and light installed. Brick floor and double timber entrance doors. The right hand garage has a block paved area with built in storage facility and staircase rising to first floor studio.

First Floor Studio (25' 09" x 19' 07" or 7.85m x 5.97m)

Suitable for a variety of purposes and on which there is a planning facility for an arts studio and for a ground floor kitchen and shower room. The planning permission also incorporates the raising of the supporting wall for an extra 3 bricks increasing the head height and also changing the pitch of the roof.


From our Moreton in Marsh office turn right and continue north along the Fosseway for just over 7 1/2 miles (passing the first turning on the left to Blackwell and Armscote) and turning left at the second signpost for Armscote opposite Tredington. When entering the village at the following crossroads continue straight on towards the village centre bearing right in front of a thatched cottage then turning left and immediately in front will be The Fuzzy Duck, turn left and The Knapp is positioned 30 yards along on the left hand side. Park in front of the no parking sign in front of the double garage.

Council Tax Band : D

01608 238083

Holmans Estate Agent

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