Bordon Place, Stratford-Upon-Avon

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Price: Guide Price £395,000

Summary Points:

  • LARGE CORNER PLOT
  • FANTASTIC SCOPE TO EXTEND & IMPROVE (subject to planning)
  • DRIVEWAY & GARAGE
  • DELIGHTFUL OUTLOOK TO FRONTAGE
  • EASY WALK INTO STRATFORD TOWN CENTRE
  • CHAIN FREE SALE
  • SOUTH FACING GARDEN
  • EPC RATING F

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LARGE CORNER PLOT ~ DELIGHTFUL OUTLOOK ~ CHAIN FREE SALE

This fantastic property situated within easy walking distance of Stratford town centre offers excellent scope for extension and improvement. Offered for sale with no onward chain, this traditional semi-detached home has an enviable view across a green/spinney to the front and benefits from a large corner plot with south facing garden.

Approached to the front via a driveway giving access to the garage, the internal accommodation briefly comprises Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility, Rear Lobby, Cloakroom/WC. To the first floor are the 3 Bedrooms and Wet Room.

Heating is currently electric storage heaters. the property is double glazed throughout.

Externally, there is a delightful garden area to the front, whilst to the rear and side of the house is a fantastic south facing garden with lawn, patio and a terrific array of shrubs, plants and hedges. The plot size is impressive and will appeal to those who are looking to extend or simply want a large garden.

In summary, a fantastic opportunity to buy a property that can be improved and extended (subject to planning) and is available chain free. For further information please contact Elizabeth Davenport Stratford. 


LOCATION

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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MULTI-AWARD WINNING ESTATE & LETTING AGENTS - BEST ESTATE AGENT GUIDE WINNERS - GOOGLE 5 STAR RATING

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