Price £ 520,000
Reference 45927
Address Dorsington, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37
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Beds 2
Baths 1
Type Detached house
Tenure Freehold

Beautiful 17th century 2 bedroom thatched cottage in quiet village near to Stratford Upon Avon and Cotswolds. Wonderful peaceful location surrounded by woodland walks.

Description

The Old Post Office is a most attractive and historic 17th century cottage, filled with character and centrally located in the exclusive picturesque village of Dorsington, Warwickshire. The location midway between Stratford Upon Avon and the north Cotswolds villages of Broadway and Chipping Campden would make this property ideal for downsizing or possibly as a second home or holiday let investment. There is also the possibility to extend, subject to planning permission and listed building consent. The house has been fully modernised in recent years but retains many original period features. There is off road parking for 2 vehicles, a lawned garden, and a useful storage room / workshop. Residents of this village also benefit from access to the tranquil and beautiful Dorsington Arboretum 2 minutes walk from the house, as well as other local woodland walks by kind permission of the Heart of England Forest.

Original Features include:

• Historic stone and timber frame construction 

• Thatched roof

• Inglenook fireplace

• Internal beamed ceilings (low beams in reception rooms)

• Feature windows

Recent additions include:

• Refitted kitchen and bathroom

• Solid wood floors in living / dining rooms

• Oil fired central heating

• Ceiling downlights

• Log burning stoves

Ground Floor

Entrance Hallway - Quarry tiled floor, radiator. Stairs to first floor

Downstairs WC - White suite, tongue and groove panelling

Kitchen – 7’10” x 11’2” (2.40m x 3.40m) - Solid wood floor. Window to rear. Modern fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units. Ceramic butlers sink with chrome mixer tap. Integrated electric hob, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. Door to pantry, space for fridge freezer.  

Dining Room – 17’9” x 15’1” (5.40m x 4.60m) - Solid wood floor. Windows to front, radiator, internal window to kitchen. Doors to boiler room and storage cupboard. Ceiling downlights. Fireplace with log burning stove

Sitting room – 14’5” x 17’1” (4.40m x 5.20m) - Solid wood floor. Dual aspect with windows to front and rear. Inglenook fireplace with log burning stove

First Floor

Landing - Spacious landing with windows to front and side. Carpeted. Storage cupboard

Bathroom – 7’10” x 7’10” (2.40m x 2.40m)  - Part tiled. Low level WC, vanity unit with sink and chrome mixer tap. Window to rear. Bath with shower over. Towel cupboard.

Double bedroom – 17'8” x 15’1” (4.40m x 4.60m) - Dual aspect room with feature windows to front and side. Beamed ceilings, carpeted. Storage cupboard. Some restricted head height.

Double bedroom – 14'5” x 17’1” (4.40m x 5.20m) - Triple aspect room with feature windows to front, side, and rear. Beamed ceilings, carpeted. Some restricted head height.

Outside Areas

Garden to side and rear

Gravel parking area with wooden gates. Lawned area with flowerbeds, shrubs and trees. Small patio area. Bin store. Side access

Storage room / Workshop – 11'10” x 19’8” (3.60m x 5.00m) - Useful wooden construction building with concrete slab floor. Divided into three areas with power and lighting.


Features

  • Sought after village location
  • Conservation area
  • Grade 2 listed
  • Many original period features
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Fully modernised
  • Garden
  • Off road parking
  • Separate storage / workshop
  • Nearby woodland walks including Dorsington Arboretum

Map Location