4 Bedroom Link-Detached House Let in Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37
Homeleigh, Friday Street, Pebworth, Stratford-upon-Avon, Worcestershire
Fabulous 4 bedroom character property set in lovely private gardens in the centre of the historic village of Pebworth.
Homeleigh is a fantastic family home dating from around 1690 with later extensions. The house and gardens are very private and the house itself is filled with character such as exposed timbers, flagstone floors, mullion windows and a large inglenook fireplace, perfect for log fires in winter.
At present, the property is accessed via the kitchen/breakfast room 13’6” x 13’1” which is a modern extension with a superb vaulted ceiling and timber beams, a range of base and wall units with granite work surfaces, integrated appliances and central island.
From here a stone arch opens into the large family/dining room 28’0” x 14’3” with a vaulted ceiling, stone walls and partially glazed seating area allowing plenty of natural light and offering lovely views over the garden.
Also accessed from the kitchen is the study/tv room 14’3” x 10’1”, utility, laundry room and recently refitted guest cloakroom with walk in shower cubicle.
The sitting room 26’7” x 17’3” has stone flooring, beamed ceiling, mullion windows and a working inglenook fireplace.
On the first floor is the master bedroom 17’3” x 13’0” with large walk in cupboard, dual aspect windows and fireplace. The family bathroom with separate shower cubicle is also located on this floor.
On the second floor bedroom 2 is 12’9” x 11’4”with storage. Bedroom 3 is 12’8” x 9’4” with storage. Bedroom 4 is 13’4” x 7’6” with storage. On this floor there is also a cloakroom with WC and hand basin.
Gardens and Grounds
The substantial gravel driveway provides parking for several vehicles and gives access to the large double garage with power and light.
The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with a range of specimen plants and trees and wrap around the house with terrace areas, perfect to sit and relax or entertain friends and family.
Pebworth is a very popular and attractive rural village of great character, situated at the edge of the North Cotswolds, and approximately midway between Stratford Upon Avon and Chipping Campden, both towns being accessible by car within 15 minutes. The village itself has a pub, a church and a pre-school. A mini supermarket and further facilities will be found in the nearby villages of Mickleton and Honeybourne (approx 3 miles) as well as Bidford-upon-Avon (approx. 4 miles). A mainline railway station at Honeybourne provides a regular direct service to Oxford, Reading and London, Paddington.