Barratts Hill, Whichford, Warwickshire, CV36

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Delightful three-bedroom semi-detached cottage with stunning views.

Impressive character house with a beautiful garden a short walk from the popular Whichford Pottery and Café


Large sitting room with mullion windows, built-in cupboards and shelves, fireplace with inset wood-burner, generous ceiling heights and magnificent views of the village church and Whichford Woods

Well appointed Shaker style bespoke kitchen with wooden work surfaces, Belfast sink, wall and floor mounted cupboards, space for a breakfast table, integrated fridge and dishwasher, Range cooker and extractor fan, ceramic tiles and doors to the garden

Utility housing the boiler, with plumbing for washing machine and dryer

Downstairs bathroom with roll-top bath, and attractive glass tiles

Shower room with large walk-in shower

Bright and spacious principal bedroom with vaulted ceiling, mullion window and exceptional views

Second double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and views over the garden

Third bedroom, a small double with vaulted ceiling

Upstairs cloakroom

EPC Band E

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £1,600 pcm


Whichford is a pretty village in the North Cotswolds with a picturesque village green

There is the popular Norman Knight Public House, St. Michael's parish church and the world-renowned family-run 'Whichford Pottery and Café'

Popular village fete

Summer monthly vintage and classic car meet on the green

It is within the catchment area for Stratford-upon-Avon Grammar School

The Members' Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 10 miles away

Mainline trains: Moreton-in-Marsh to Paddington (approx. 8 miles) and Banbury to Marylebone (approx. 10)

Great walking in Whichford wood with its beautiful Bluebells


The front garden features a raised lawn area, mature trees, shrub borders and hedging

Paved red brick driveway providing off-road parking for two cars

Delightful garden mainly laid to lawn with shrub borders, a pretty gravel terrace with Clematis pergola ideal for 'alfresco' dining in the warm evenings; mature hedges, ornamental and mature trees

Charming and quaint red brick studio with vaulted ceiling and wood-burner, exposed roof beams, with electricity connected

Gravel 'play' area and a large garage/store

Further orchard area with raised vegetable beds and greenhouse

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