Peacock Lane, Tysoe, Warwick, CV35

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Beautiful character Grade II Listed house, situated in a popular South Warwickshire village. No onward chain.

Delightful Cotswold stone detached house with spacious accommodation set over three floors, with a wealth of character and original features


Steps lead up to a canopy porch with door opening to the hall

Bright sitting room with large inglenook fireplace with bread oven and wood-burner, bay window with seat, beams, flagstone floor; understairs cupboard, and windows overlooking the breakfast room and garden room

Triple aspect spacious kitchen/dining room with oil fired Rayburn and bay window, wall and floor mounted units, space for washing machine and dishwasher, beams and door to breakfast room

Breakfast room with breakfast bar overlooking the garden

Garden room with flagstone floor and arched windows overlooking the garden


First floor landing with cupboard

Triple aspect principal bedroom with eaves cupboard, wood floor and beams

Two further bedrooms, both with wood floor and beams

Contemporary shower room with wood floor and beams

Dual aspect bedroom four/study

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £1,900 pcm


Council tax – band G

Tax payable for 2022/23 - £3,448.04


Main water, electricity and drainage are connected

Oil fired central heating

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 74.9 Mbps if provider is BT


Active South Warwickshire village with a good range of shops and amenities, including general store and hairdresser, doctors' surgery and dispensary, post office and primary school

St. Mary's Church dating from Saxon times

The Members' Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 16 miles

Tysoe is a border Parish adjoining Oxfordshire, made up of three villages, Upper, Middle and Lower Tysoe

Other larger centres within easy reach are Shipston-on-Stour (6 miles), Banbury (9), Oxford A4260 (34.5) and Warwick (15)

Train services from Banbury to London Marylebone from 55 minutes


Small paved area at the front of the property enclosed by a low stone wall, with a further gravel area to the side with parking for one car

To the rear of the property is a beautiful private garden having delightful views with a babbling brook running through and a pretty bridge; the garden is mainly laid to lawn with ornamental, apple and mature trees, shrub borders, areas of gravel, and several raised vegetable and flower beds; there is a side gate leading to the parking area

Large summer house/home office with power

Two sheds, wood store, greenhouse and chicken pen

Terrace with pergola, ideal for alfresco dining and enjoying the beautiful views

Part of the garden is subject to an uplift clause if development were granted – further details available on request

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