Lower Tysoe, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Built from Ironstone in circa 1770, extended in the 1970's beneath a fully tilled roof and refurbished with significant investment to the structure and appearance. Sustainability and comfort provided with a Geo-Thermal heating system feeding Aluminium radiators accompanied by oak double glazed windows. The house has limestone floors throughout the ground floor. A bespoke, handmade kitchen and utility room are of exceptional quality including a large island with granite work surfaces & dresser with integrated TV. Two sinks, dishwasher, under counter fridge, wine cooler, fan oven, steam oven, oven/microwave and halogen 6-plate hob with extractor hood, coffee machine, "Quaker" hot tap and waste disposal unit. An open aspect to the living areas with dining space and sitting area with Contra wood burning stove. The drawing room with a beamed ceiling and Inglenook fireplace with bread oven has significant charm. Internal French windows provide access to the garden room with views to the rear over the terrace and gardens. A large study with bespoke integrated work desks and book shelving doubles up as a rear hall with access to the garden and internal access to the double garage. The house has two WC's on the ground floor. From the hall, a bespoke staircase rises to the first floor with Oak bannister to match the original Oak beams and glass balustrade. A large principal bedroom suite with Oak flooring has exposed timbers with windows to both front and rear overlooking the gardens, end-suite with bath and separate shower, fitted vanity unit with twin sinks. The first floor accommodation continues with a long solid Oak floored landing off which leads four further double bedrooms and family bathroom.


Oak gated entrance flanked by stone walls to a sweeping gravel drive with parking for several vehicles and access to the double garage with oak electric door and electric charge point. The gardens and grounds are located to the front and rear of the property offering about 2.4 acres.

The front garden has a natural pond fed from a spring surrounded by mature trees with a stone footbridge and pergola beyond which is the upper garden, a fantastic area for children to play and explore. Outbuildings and structures include a log store with tiled roof, secure dog run and chicken pen. Stone outbuilding/store and garden shed.

The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with numerous herbaceous boarders, framed by a 2.5m Iron stone wall, it has a flagged terrace for al-fresco entertaining and seating area adjacent to the house surrounding a stone walled feature well.

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