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Loxley Road, Stratford-Upon-Avon, CV37 7DP

Offers In Excess Of £1,050,000
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  • Beautifully extended 1920s home
  • 0.5 miles into town
  • 5 double bedrooms
  • 30' sitting room with part vaulted ceiling
  • En-suite and dressing room to main bedroom
  • Handmade bespoke kitchen
  • South facing gardens
  • Tandem garage
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A handsome 1920’s home located in one of the best addresses in Stratford upon Avon. This stunning extended home is perfectly located for town being just 0.5 miles from the town centre.

Large Reception hall | Snug with log burner | 30’ sitting room with open fire and part vaulted ceiling | Handmade Bespoke Kitchen | Utility room | guest cloakroom | Elegant master suite with impressive en-suite and dressing room | Guest bedroom
Principal bathroom | Three further first floor bedrooms | Potential to convert attic | Extensive paved driveway | Tandem garage | Manicured well stocked south facing gardens

In finer detail

‘Rare as Hen’s teeth’ is a saying my Grandma used all the time and I think it’s very apt for this property. Let’s look at the facts, Stratford for all of its history doesn’t actually have an abundance of properties with character, even less that are walking distance of the town with large gardens in and out drive and a tandem garage, which is why I think this property is so special. Another famous saying is ‘deceptively spacious’ but more often than not this overused term doesn’t match the property at all. Well, you’ll be pleased to hear this property is both ‘rare’ and ‘deceptively spacious’.

But what else makes it so special? For all of Stratford’s rich history, there aren’t that many high calibre, character town centre homes of this size even less that offer private off-road parking. This attractive character home combines character features with modern conveniences perfectly.

Just a half-mile walk away from the town centre, this property has the added benefit of easy access to the A46/M40. In fact, it would be a tall order to find another home offering such a blend of central location, generous size, substantial garden space and convenient off-road parking.

Believed to Dating back to the 1920s, it’s been so skilfully and sympathetically extended and improved over the years that at first glance you could be forgiven for thinking that it had always looked this way.

Entrance to the property is via a covered canopy porch, leading into a large open reception hall which acts a hub to access all rooms. First on the left is an attractive snug, the room is flooded with natural light, thanks to the walk-in bay window, and there’s a wood burning stove offering a central focal point.

To the rear is the formal sitting room. The showpiece downstairs room, it’s impressive proportions boasting over 30’ feet in length. This a beautiful all-seasons room. You can imagine opening the bifold doors in summer to bring internal and external spaces together. And in winter, the glow of the open fire will provide warmth and atmosphere.

On the opposite side at the rear is the spacious kitchen / dining room. Another example of generous proportions, this welcoming space is fitted with a quality hand built bespoke kitchen. With room for a large dining table and chairs this is the perfect place to catch up with friends and family. Its rear location allows you to enjoy the views and offers further access to the garden, again via French doors. There’s a useful utility room allowing you to keep noisy appliances out of earshot. The utility/boot room has an external door handy for those with dogs as kids as it can act as a ‘tradesman’s entrance’ allowing you to leave the main reception hall clear and uncluttered.


Remember the deceptively spacious reference? On the upstairs level, that statement really comes into play. Thanks to several clever extensions the property boasts five bedrooms – all being good doubles, there is a contemporary four-piece family bathroom with large shower. The main bedroom benefits from walk in dressing room and modern and en-suite.

In the unlikely event that further space is required, the large attic offers a tremendous space to convert, subject to the relevant consents.

Last but by no means least is the outside space. The property is blessed with a generous plot, especially bearing in mind its close proximity to town.

Gardens and Grounds

The garden is a real delight. Being south facing, it enjoys the sun almost all day long. Set into two zones, a raised deck leads to the garden, which is mainly laid to lawn. Privacy is protected as a result of clever planting. For families with younger children, a hard standing area at the rear would make the perfect spot for a trampoline or as a second patio to sit back and relax.

Another added benefit is the in and out drive set off using reclaimed cobbled setts there is enough space to park approximately four cars – and five with a squeeze. In addition, there is a tandem garage that runs the full depth of the house.

In my opinion, this is a fantastic property that ticks so many boxes. But don’t just take my word for it – come along to have a look and judge for yourself!
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