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Offers In Excess Of £1,250,000

Stratford Town Centre, Quiet Location with Over 6 Acres, 4071 Sq Ft

5 Bed

2 Bath

2 Car

6.22 ac

4071 sq ft

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Offers In Excess Of £1,250,000

Stratford Town Centre, Quiet Location with Over 6 Acres, 4071 Sq Ft

5 Bed

2 Bath

2 Car

6.22 ac

4071 sq ft

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Clopton House Farm (dating from c1803) is a large, flexible home with 6.22 acres of grounds, numerous stables, a detached double garage, and plenty of parking. The home is a short walk to the Stratford-Upon-Avon town centre.

Clopton House Farm (dating from c1803) is a large, flexible home with 6.22 acres of grounds, numerous stables, a detached double garage, and plenty of parking.

Nestled on the outskirts of famous Stratford upon Avon, Clopton House Farm unveils its splendour amidst 60 hectares of peaceful nature reserve, but merely steps away from the vibrant town centre. It lies within the historic Clopton Park within which Clopton House itself boasts an ancient lineage dating back to the 11th century and standing as a testament to timeless elegance and rural charm.

Ground floor, Clopton House Farm

Passing through an original oak front entrance door, itself one of two saved and recycled from a local chapel, guests are greeted by the central foyer adorned with an original fireplace harkening back to bygone eras and the characterful staircase which once graced the old Stratford Police Station.

Three reception rooms beckon off the hallway each exuding is own character – from the elegant dining room, with another original fireplace, to the drawing room with exposed beams and an open fireplace which, when lit offers a cosy place to relax in front of its crackling flames.

The kitchen is light, spacious and airy offering dual aspects with views over the verdant surroundings, and furnished with modern integrated appliances, granite worktops and an adjacent utility room. All of which stand ready to inspire culinary delights.

The south-facing wing of the property features a study, cloaks cupboard and large, inviting sun-kissed reception room leading to the south-facing, spacious patio which invites family gatherings. This wing features services which could easily be used to reinstate a bedroom/bathroom complex and offering great potential for multiple uses.

First Floor, Clopton House Farm

Ascending the staircase five double bedrooms await, including the large modern family bathroom. The principal bedroom is favoured with triple aspects offering wonderful views over the grounds, and including an opulent en suite.
The other four double bedrooms offer views over the garden and grounds of the property and are served by a large modern family bathroom.

The Grounds, Clopton House Farm

Outside, the grounds unfurl in a tapestry of pastoral beauty, encompassing manicured lawns, a vast paddock and a detached double garage presiding over a tarmac expanse welcoming numerous guests.
The gardens include a quaint separate formal garden with a mature grapevine sheltering a decked area ideal for intimate bistro luncheons or a perfect retreat to enjoy an evening gin & tonic.

There is also an orchard boasting various fruit trees; apple, pear, cherry, damson, plum, greengage, etc. and a newly planted spinney includes indigenous British trees including Medlar Yew and Quince.

The property also offers stabling, both original brick and modern wooden. The brick stables are capable of conversion into further accommodation subject to obtaining the necessary permissions.

The grounds beckon both nature enthusiasts and hobby farmers alike to explore its verdant depths and the immediate accessibility to the surrounding protected countryside offers countless opportunities to enjoy the landscape and pleasant walks.

Clopton House Farm embraces its rich historic past. Its environs gave inspiration to Shakespeare himself; Guy Fawkes and King Henry VIII also had a part to play. This harmonious union of heritage and modernity invite discerning buyers to inscribe their own chapter in its rich history.

The added bonus is its unique position. Whilst rural and peaceful within parkland, its central position and proximity to motorway and rail network links and Stratford itself make it a perfect location for a discerning family.

Some reference books
Warwickshire Country Houses – Geoffrey Tyack (Phillimore publishers)
Haunted Warwickshire – Meg Elizabeth Atkins (Hale publishers)

Disclaimer

DISCLAIMER: Whilst these particulars are believed to be correct and are given in good faith, they are not warranted, and any interested parties must satisfy themselves by inspection, or otherwise, as to the correctness of each of them. These particulars do not constitute an offer or contract or part thereof and areas, measurements and distances are given as a guide only. Photographs depict only certain parts of the property. Nothing within the particulars shall be deemed to be a statement as to the structural condition, nor the working order of services and appliances.

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