New Street, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Most impressive detached residence presented to a high standard, situated close to the centre of this bustling town

Situated in the heart of Shipston-on-Stour, this imposing Edwardian three-storey townhouse built in 1908 was extensively renovated and refurbished to a high standard in 2020


The property was formerly The Manse to the local Methodist Church

Approaching the front door through double wooden gates, the spacious entrance hall has decorative Edwardian-style tiled flooring and period-style radiator, with the original staircase leading to the first floor

The spacious sitting/dining room has engineered oak wooden flooring throughout, an original fireplace with wooden surround and underfloor heating. The two spaces could easily be separated given they have independent doorways from the hallway

A cloakroom incorporates a sink unit and washing machine location. The Edwardian-style tiled flooring continues into this room

The contemporary fitted kitchen offers a broad selection of wall and base units with integrated appliances, AGA double oven (cooking purposes only) and quartz work surfaces

The kitchen is open through to the oak framed garden room with matching Edwardian-style tiled flooring, underfloor heating and French doors to the large terrace

Adjoining the oak framed garden room is the family room with engineered oak wooden flooring, underfloor heating and a large bay window

Accessed from the kitchen, a substantial utility area with fitted full-length base cupboards runs the entire length of the property giving access to the rear garden and New Street

On the first floor there are three double bedrooms

The principal bedroom has the advantage of a large refitted en-suite bathroom including separate shower unit, whilst the other two bedrooms are serviced by the refitted main family bathroom

On the second floor there are two further substantial double bedrooms with exposed beams and eaves storage, both serviced by a well-appointed bathroom with freestanding roll-top bath

EPC Band D

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £2,500 to £2,750 pcm


Council tax – currently band D

Tax payable for 2024/25 - £2,310.05


Main water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected

Gas fired central heating

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 71.2 Mbps


Often described as 'the Gateway to the Cotswolds', Shipston-on-Stour is a thriving market town surrounded by pretty south Warwickshire countryside, 9 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon

Excellent selection of shops and other facilities, which cater for a wide rural catchment area

Well situated for communications with good train services from Banbury (15 miles) reaching Marylebone in about 56 minutes, and Moreton-in-Marsh (6 miles) reaching Paddington from 92 minutes; M40 junction, 10 miles away

Other major centres within easy reach include Birmingham, Warwick, Leamington Spa, Oxford, Cheltenham, Coventry and Birmingham


Large wooden double gates provide vehicular access to the driveway and a substantial detached brick-built garage with power, light, eaves storage and a folding metal door

An inner wooden gate provides access to the large north-east facing rear terrace, which enjoys a high level of seclusion behind a garden wall which has subtle wall lights

The property has the advantage of an area of public open land directly to the rear, accessible through a private gate

Further free parking is available nearby

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