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‘Passionate Beyond Belief’ - The Homestead is the culmination of three years of renovation and restoration by a local Warwickshire company to create a stunning home from one of the oldest 'Crook Framed' buildings in Warwickshire with a history going back to the late 1400's - Meticulously detailed and brought right up to date using traditional and reclaimed materials, the finest of craftsmen and fixtures and fittings. Properties like this are a labour of love rarely able to be bought. Featuring exposed timber beams throughout, feature internal well, impressive vaulted landing area, underfloor heating to the entire ground floor and upstairs bathrooms, oversized two car garage, beautifully landscaped grounds, 'Sonos' sound system the list is simply too long… Viewing is a must to appreciate the quality and space on offer.
Three Year Restoration And Renovation
Oversized Garage Suitable For 4x4 or Commercial Vehicle
Flagstone Floors With Under Floor Heating
Exposed Timbers, Inglenook Fireplace And Vaulted Ceilings
Easily Commutable Countryside Location
|‘The Homestead’||x . A labour of love for a fantastic local Warwickshire team led by Gary Hyde of Medwell Hyde Ltd, ‘The Homestead’ is one of the oldest ‘Crook Frame’ buildings in the country and has undergone a three year restoration by Medwell Hyde Ltd. Whose motto is ‘Passionate Beyond Belief’. Steeped in history the property has served many purposes over the years; as a bakers, post office and was the origin of one of the first bus routes in the area when, in the early 1800’s, the Rouse family started a horse and cart service to local residents from the property. Since taking possession of the property in 2016 'The Homestead' has been in a constant state of restoration and renovation to bring this historically important building into the 21st century and beyond, all whilst carefully observing the restrictions and guidelines of the Grade II listed status and in accordance with Stratford District Council. The end result has to be seen to be appreciated-a cliché if ever there was one!|
|Entrance Hall||6'9" x 17'2" (2.06m x 5.23m). Accessed through an open canopy porch with stone floor via a traditional wooden door into the stone flagged hallway. With underfloor heating and stairs rising to the first floor, exposed beams and oak doors off to all rooms. Wall lights.|
|Front Snug||17' x 12'5" (5.18m x 3.78m). Dual aspect room with double glazed wooden window to the side aspect and original metal framed window to the front. Underfloor heating, ‘Clearview’ stove set on a stone hearth with oak mantel over, Wall lights and exposed beams.|
|Grand Entrance Hall||19'5" x 17' (5.92m x 5.18m). Linked to the entrance hall and accessed via a traditional oak door this space could be used as a reading room, dining hall or separate reception space if not the main entrance into the property. The space is dominated by a large original chimney breast housing an imposing inglenook fireplace. Now housing a modern ‘Clearview’ stove and an almost original bread oven thought to date back to the 1600’s it is constructed in Horton stone and with stone flagged floor. The main room is also stone flagged with underfloor heating, exposed ‘Crook Frame’ and dual aspect with a double glazed wooden window with window seat to the front and original metal framed window to the rear. Wall lights and inglenook lighting.|
|The Well Room||18'11" x 13'9" (5.77m x 4.2m). An extension on the original house the ‘Well Room’ has higher ceilings and double glazed wooden windows to both front and rear with French Doors opening on to the patio area. Suitable as a further reception space the main feature of the room is the glass topped well in the middle of the room with feature lighting. Ceramic tiled wood effect floor, recessed lights and ‘Sonos’ sound system integration.|
|Kitchen||17' x 12'7" (5.18m x 3.84m). Custom made cabinetry in oak with a range of base and hand painted wall and island units topped in silestone with an inset ‘Rangemaster’ Belfast sink with drainer, ‘Rangemaster Professional + Series’ oven with induction hob, dual electric oven with grill and warming drawer finished in stainless steel. There is a touch panel counter top motorised extractor fan with light that effortlessly lifts from behind the range, integrated ‘Quooker’ instant hot water tap, ‘Siemens’ Integrated dishwasher and stainless steel wine fridge. The room also has a painted brick fireplace which houses a working refurbished Victorian range, exposed timber frame, terracotta tiled floor with underfloor heating, recessed lighting, spotlights and unglazed window looking into the breakfast room. Double glazed window to the side aspect and archway to utility room.|
|Breakfast Room||18'4" x 11'6" (5.59m x 3.5m). Vaulted with exposed roof trusses and double glazed windows to the front and rear, pedestrian door to the front and further double doors opening on to the enclosed patio area. Terracotta tiled floor with underfloor heating, feature roof lighting and spot lights. A large oak dresser hand painted in grey sits at one end of the room and has built in racks and shelving, internal proximity lighting and feature pelmet lighting. There is also a further oak unit with drawers and silestone top and access to the original post-box dating back to when the property was used as the village post office.|
|Utility||6' x 7'5" (1.83m x 2.26m). Finished in matching cabinets with silestone tops and inset porcelain ‘Rangemaster’ sink with drainer and mixer tap over and tiled splash backs. Terracotta tiled floor with underfloor heating, double glazed wooden window to the rear aspect, Velux roof light and wooden door with inset glazed panel opening on to the patio area. Sliding door providing access to the plant room with boiler, water tank and access to the heating timers. Recessed lighting and exposed timbers.|
|Dog Wash||6' x 3'8" (1.83m x 1.12m). A raised miniature shower area with glazed screen and two chrome shower heads in a tiled enclosure to allow for easy dog washing, Terracotta tiled floor with underfloor heating, recessed lighting, double glazed wooden window to the rear aspect and extractor fan.|
|WC||6'6" x 3'11" (1.98m x 1.2m). Tiled floor with underfloor heating and tiled splash backs comprising wall and base units finished in grey with oak worktop, inset porcelain sink with mixer tap over and concealed cistern low level WC. Obscure double glazed window to the rear aspect, extractor fan and recessed lighting|
|Boiler Room||6' x 4'11" (1.83m x 1.5m). Housing the hot water cylinder, boiler and timers for the heating.|
|Vaulted Landing||28'7" x 17'2" (8.71m x 5.23m). Accessed via the open tread staircase alongside the exposed Horton stone chimney breast the landing area is a large room and multi-purpose in its potential uses. Ideally suited as a reading room, play area or office space this vaulted room really shows off the original Crook Frame of the property. Double glazed window to the front aspect, built in oak shelving, feature copper lighting, traditional cast iron radiators and doors off to all rooms.|
|Master Bedroom||13'11" x 9'10" (4.24m x 3m). Accessed off the landing up two steps with storage cupboards to either side – a dual aspect room with double glazed windows to the front and rear and a further Velux window to the rear. Built in triple wardrobe with sliding glazed door and useful hanging and shelving space, recessed lighting, traditional cast iron radiator and access to small loft area via hatch.|
|En Suite||6'1" x 8'6" (1.85m x 2.6m). Comprising ‘Villeroy and Boch’ low level flush WC, wall mounted vanity unit with inset sink with mixer tap over and shower with fully tiled enclosure, chrome fitting and glazed shower screen. Half tiled with stone effect tiled floor and underfloor heating, built in shelf and flush mounted vanity cupboard with mirrored doors. Obscure double glazed window to the front aspect, recessed lighting, extractor fan and traditional heated chrome and enamel towel rail.|
|Bedroom Two||17'4" x 13'11" (5.28m x 4.24m). Spacious vaulted room accessed via an oak door with Velux window to the side and double glazed window to the rear. Exposed timbers, ceiling light, feature spot lights and traditional cast iron radiator|
|Bathroom||6'8" x 10'10" (2.03m x 3.3m). A beautiful vaulted bathroom with exposed beams and fitted with a four piece ‘Villeroy and Boch’ suite. Consisting of a cast iron enamelled freestanding ‘claw footed’ double ended bath with traditional mixer tap over and shower attachment, fully tiled shower enclosure with rain soaker head and recessed shelf, glazed shower screen and extractor overhead, Pedestal hand wash basin with tiled splash back and low level WC. Chrome heated towel rail, ‘Villeroy and Boch’ wall mounted mirror, wood effect tiled floor with under floor heating, recessed lighting and double glazed wooden window to the front elevation.|
|Bedroom Three||17'4" x 12'1" (5.28m x 3.68m). Spacious vaulted room accessed via an oak door with Velux window to the side and double glazed window to the front with built in hand painted oak cabinet with window seat and storage under. Exposed timbers, ceiling light, feature spot lights and traditional cast iron radiator|
|Front||x . The Homestead is attractively situated on the corner of Main Street and Rouse Lane and is enclosed by traditional ‘estate railings’ in wrought iron and is accessed via a set of remote operated wrought iron gates alongside a ‘Horton’ stone wall. Approaching the Larch clad garages via the Cotswold stone chipped driveway with low level ‘Horton’ stone wall to one side and with a raised lawn with decorative circular bed stocked with seasonal planting.|
|Rear||x . A good sized plot with attractive landscaped gardens divided into separate zoned sections. With the majority laid to lawn with boundary hedging to all sides around a stake and wire fence and planted with fruit trees, edged with reclaimed ‘Horton’ stone there is a slate effect paved pathway leading all around the property and to the rear timber pedestrian gate and the pedestrian door to the rear of the garage.|
|Garage||20'11" x 20'2" (6.38m x 6.15m). Oversized double garage with tall timber barn doors opening into the high ceiling garage suitable for large 4x4 vehicles or commercial transport. Rendered walls with painted floor and strip lighting on remote proximity sensors. Double glazed window to the rear aspect and double glazed wooden door leading in to the rear garden.|
|Garage Loft||x . Accessed via a drop down ladder designed to come down in the centre of the garage so as not to impede parking, this space is a full head height space and could (stpp) be reached by a fixed staircase and be used as a further storage space, hobby room or home office. Currently floored and with strip lighting.|
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