Great Wolford, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire. CV36 5NQ

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Situated in a slightly elevated position in the centre of this popular North Cotswold village and offering around 3000 sq ft of living accommodation, this deceptively spacious detached two storey five bedroom country residence must be experienced first hand to be fully appreciated and internal inspection is strongly advised.

Accommodation Comprises

Entrance Hall

Solid oak front door and glazed panels to one side. Engineered oak floor. Single radiator. Easy staircase rising to first floor with oak battened balustrade.

Front Dining Room (15' 07" x 12' 0" or 4.75m x 3.66m)

Windows on two sides with northerly and westerly aspects over treescape. Double radiator. Living flame electric fire set into moulded surround. Bookshelves fitted to one corner of the room. Pvc double glazed doors leading to side pathway.

Second Sitting Room (Music Room) (16' 04" x 13' 09" or 4.98m x 4.19m)

Windows on two sides. Outlook over treescape towards the centre of Great Wolford. Single radiator. Three wall mounted light points. This room is used by the current owners as a music room and is large enough to accommodate a grand piano.

Living room (21' 08" x 19' 03" or 6.60m x 5.87m)

Particularly attractive outlook over garden. Windows on two sides with pvc French style doors with well screened outlook. Woodburning stove with externally ducted flue on tile hearth. Three wall mounted light points. Single and double radiator. The room currently accommodates three large sofas providing seating for nine.

Inner Hallway

Large full height column style radiator. Small worktop area with cupboard above.

Kitchen (16' 02" x 11' 09" or 4.93m x 3.58m)

Fitted on all sides with granite style laminate worktops with tiled surround and concealed pelmet lighting. All units in light oak with two full height larder units, integrated dishwasher, twelve separate base units, split level integrated microwave with built in Bosch electric circatherm double oven below. Ceramic induction hob with externally ducted cooker hood above. Oil fired Aga two ring stove with two ovens and dresser unit to one side with splashback and pelmets and lighting above. Double patio doors leading on to rear garden. Ceramic tile floor.

Utility Room

With matching laminate work tops to the kitchen. Inset 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink with tiled splashback. Space and plumbing for automatic washer. Five base units and space for tumble dryer. Six wall mounted cupboards. Double radiator. Stable style back door leading to passageway. Ceramic tile floor.

Ground Floor Cloakroom

Ceramic tile floor. Part tiled walls. Single radiator. Two piece suite in white.

Double Garage (19' 05" x 18' 03" or 5.92m x 5.56m)

Twin electronically operated remote controlled up and over doors. Power and light installed. Windows to southerly aspect.

First Floor Landing Area (22' 00" x 9' 05"Max Max or 6.71m x 2.87m Max)

Gallery style landing with oak battened balustrade. Access to boarded and insulated loft via a Slingsby ladder. All internal solid oak panel doors.

Master Suite (25' 01" x 19' 02" or 7.65m x 5.84m)

Ensuite dressing room fitted on three sides with bespoke oak furniture and integrated wardrobes. Skylight window. Bedroom area with two windows with westerly and northerly aspect. Double radiator.

En Suite Bathroom

Four piece suite in white with walk in shower cubicle with rain showerhead, wall mounted wash hand basin, close coupled low flush wc and a jacuzzi panelled bath. Tiled walls and ladder style heated towel rail and radiator. Integrated remote dressing mirror. Attractive outlook over treescape.

Bedroom 5 (11' 03" x 9' 03" or 3.43m x 2.82m)

Large double glazed velux swing window with integrated blind. Single radiator. Access to eaves storage.

Family Bathroom/W.C.

Four piece suite in white with pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc, handled panelled bath with shower attachment and fully tiled shower cubicle with glazed and large shower head. Double glazed velux swing window with outlook over gardens. Ceramic tile floor and part tiled walls. Ladder style heated towel rail and radiator.

Rear Bedroom 4 (16' 0" x 13' 01" or 4.88m x 3.99m)

Wardrobes fitted to one wall. Dormer window to the rear. Attractive outlook over gardens. Single radiator.

Front Bedroom 3 (16' 00" x 12' 09" or 4.88m x 3.89m)

Dormer window with outlook over treescape. Double radiator. Double built in wardrobes and eaves drawer area.

Front Bedroom 2 (15' 03" x 14' 04" or 4.65m x 4.37m)

Outlook over treescape. Double radiator. Access to eaves storage area. Bank of fitted wardrobes to one wall incorporating two double and one single robe unit.

En Suite Shower Room/WC

Three piece suite with pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc and delta shaped shower cubicle with sliding doors, rain shower head and hand held shower spray. Ceramic tile floor and walls. Mirror with remote lighting. Ladder style heated towel rail and radiator.


Rear Garden (75' 0" x 60' 0" or 22.86m x 18.29m)

Selection of antique brick walling, Cotswold stone walling and interwoven fencing. Elevated lawned area. Flagged patio area immediately adjacent to the property. There are 16 solar panels fitted to the southerly aspect of the property and there are two additional separate solar panels heating the hot water. Within the smallest area of the courtyard there is the Mitsubishi electric Zubadan air source heat pump controlling the heating system within the property. To the side of the property there is a upvc 1000 litre oil tank within its own enclosure (solely for the Aga). There is a block paved driveway to the front of the property suitable for parking for around 5 vehicles and a tarmaced area then leads to the centre of the village which is jointly owned with the adjacent property.

Front Garden (20' 0" x 30' 0" or 6.10m x 9.14m)

Ornamental fishpond with lavender surrounds and flagged and gravel areas. Surrounded by Cotswold stone wall. Outside and security lighting.


The solar photovoltaic panels on the roof are:

16 solar panels (3.92kW). The system is estimated to generate 3199 kWh per year. Since installation in 2013 it has generated an average of 3,340 KWh per year. The installation has 10 years left on the feed in tariff scheme.


From our Moreton in Marsh office turn left and at the first mini roundabout turn left along the A44 towards Chipping Norton continuing past the fire college and taking the next main turning on the left to Great Wolford. After entering the village the access to Glasfryn is around 150 yards along on the right hand side and has the name of the property at the roadside.

Council Tax Band : G

01608 238083

Holmans Estate Agent

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