A highly individual architect-designed split level four bedroom property situated in the heart of the popular village of Lower Brailes offering spacious and versatile accommodation over three floors with further potential for extension if required. The property has been much improved by the current owner and now offers nearly 3000 square feet of living space with the added bonus of having a generous plot and countryside views. The accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall, sitting room with feature fireplace, dining room, stylish kitchen with a range of integrated appliances and breakfast area, large lower ground floor area which is currently used as an office but would make an ideal games room. On the first floor there is a principal bedroom with an en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Of particular note is the walk-in fully boarded loft which is currently used for storage but offers scope for conversion. At the front of the property a double width driveway provides ample off road parking and access to the double garage. The remainder of the front garden is elevated and laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees. The rear garden is initially laid to a patio area with the remainder being lawned and backing onto open fields with lovely countryside views. Internal inspection of this stunning contemporary home is highly recommended to fully appreciate the quality and size of accommodation on offer.
From Shipston-on-Stour take the B4035 signposted to Banbury. Pass through Upper Brailes and proceed into Lower Brailes, where Kenvale can be found on the left hand side.
Brailes is a vibrant village and unlike many other Cotswold villages has several local amenities including a general store, hairdresser, butcher, a newsagent and a French delicatessen. There are also two public houses, a garage, a splendid Medieval church and one of the oldest Catholic churches in the country. There is a small but well regarded primary school within the village and the nearest secondary school is located in Shipston on Stour. The nearest train station can be found at Banbury, which runs a direct line to London Marylebone. Brailes hosts a notable and popular Three Hills Walk in May, a church fete in July and a large village show in August, and several societies meet throughout the year including a drama group producing regular shows and an annual village pantomime.
We understand the property to be Freehold. Potential purchasers should obtain confirmation of this from their solicitor prior to exchange of contracts.
Viewing by prior arrangement with Harrison James & Hardie on 01451 822977, or 01608 651000.