Goldicote Hall, Goldicote, Stratford-Upon-Avon

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Price: Guide Price £300,000

Summary Points:

  • 1 BEDROOM TRIPLEX APARTMENT
  • 999 YEAR LEASE WITH SHARE OF FREEHOLD
  • SITUATED IN THE HISTORIC GROUNDS OF GOLICOTE HALL
  • 2 ALLOCATED PARKING SPACES
  • DOUBLE GARAGE
  • SMALL PRIVATE GARDEN
  • USE OF HUGE COMMUNAL GARDENS
  • TENNIS COURTS
  • CHAIN FREE SALE
  • EPC RATING E

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The Tower is part of Goldicote Hall, a superb country estate in 18 acres of private parkland and gardens. With accommodation across 3 floors, the tower is in a beautiful hidden away spot and enjoys a small private garden, in addition to views and access to the amazing communal gardens.

The Tower is an octagonal rear wing of the main building. The property comprises (ground floor) Reception Hall, Kitchen/Diner (with integrated appliances) and Bathroom. To the first floor is the main Living Room, and rising again to the second floor is the Bedroom with built-in storage cupboard, En-suite WC and basin.

Externally the gardens are fantastic, with acres of space to be enjoyed, tennis courts and countryside views. Benefitting from 2 allocated parking spaces and a spacious double garage. Tenure is leasehold, being a 999 year lease from 2000 with a share of the freehold for Goldicote Hall. For further information and service charge details or to arrange a viewing, please contact Elizabeth Davenport.

THE LOCATION

Goldicote Hall traces its history back to 1216 and through the ownership of several famous families. The character of the surviving main building dates mostly to the 19th century and in the last century it was home to the Bryants, of Bryant and May matches. Goldicote Hall is situated just 3 miles to the south east of Stratford Upon Avon and was converted into private apartments in 2,000. The property was acquired by developers Merrillan who created 11 apartments and six mews houses based on the main house and outbuilding.

The famous South Warwickshire town of Stratford Upon Avon, birth place of Shakespeare and home to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, is a delightful and thriving location with a range of excellent amenities. The pretty town centre is a delightful setting with the River Avon, Clopton Bridge, excellent shopping and a huge selection of restaurants and eateries, all concentrated close together. The town benefits from a thriving and diverse atmosphere, especially during the summer months when tourists flock to see Shakespeare's birth (and resting) place. A cruise down the river on a boat is a must during the warmer months.

For families, Stratford benefits from excellent schools. For commuters, the town is within easy reach of the A46, M40 and connecting routes, being particularly convenient for Jaguar Landrover at Gaydon. Birmingham is 22 miles to the north west, Warwick 8 miles to the North East, whilst the city of Coventry is approximately 25 minutes drive to the North. For pleasure, Broadway and the Cotswolds are only 15 minutes drive to the South.

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