Laurence Tremayne Estate Agents

Tel: 01327 263333

18 Station Road
Woodford Halse
NN11 3RB

Shuckborough Road, PRIORS MARSTON, Warwickshire

Offers in excess of £330,000 Sold (STC)

2 Bedroom House - terraced

  • Beautiful Stone Built Cottage
  • Character Features
  • Inglenook Fireplace
  • Refitted Kitchen and Bathroom
  • Backing Onto Open Countryside
  • EPC - N/A

A BEAUTIFUL GRADE II LISTED STONE BUILT COTTAGE situated in the idyllic village of Priors Marston. The property boasts a wealth of CHARACTER FEATURES including a LARGE STONE INGLENOOK FIREPLACE inset with MULTI FUEL STOVE and EXPOSED BEAMS throughout with the accommodation comprising lounge, dining room, REFITTED KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM with LANTERN ROOF, REFITTED SHOWER ROOM and two double bedrooms. Outside are front and rear gardens BACKING ONTO OPEN COUNTRYSIDE and offered for sale with NO UPPER CHAIN. Fast Find 13475. EPC - N/A

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15'8" max x 14'10" (4.78m max x 4.52m)A good size room which is blessed with a wealth of character with exposed ceiling beams, large stone inglenook fireplace with York slabbed hearth an multi-fuel stove and beam over, engineered oak flooring, stairs rising to first floor landing, Georgian pane window to front aspect with further window to rear aspect, double panel radiator, television point, wall mounted thermostatic control unit, opening to a small internal hallway which in turn leads to shower room and kitchen, further door to : -

Dining Room

14'8" x11'1" max (4.47m x 3.38m max)Again with exposed beams to the ceiling and continuation of solid oak flooring, double panel radiator, two Georgian pane windows to front aspect, built in bookshelf to one wall and wall mounted consumer unit

Shower Room

6'3" x 5'10" (1.91m x 1.78m)A beautifully refitted shower room, fitted with a three piece suite comprising a large fully tiled shower cubicle with glass panel to side and mains shower, low level WC and contemporary wash hand basin set into a vanity unit with half height tiling to the wall. Dual fuel chrome heated towel rail, exposed beams to ceiling, inset spotlights, window, extractor fan, continuation of oak engineered flooring

Kitchen Breakfast Room

13'10" x 10'8" (4.22m x 3.25m)A light spacious room benefitting from a lantern roof together with multi-pane double glazed doors to rear garden and a further multi-pane window to rear garden. The handmade refitted kitchen comprises of a range of eye and base level cream units with oak work surfaces over, integrated fridge and freezer, five ring gas Range style cooker with extractor fan over, integrated washing machine, inset spotlights, double panel radiator, oak flooring, smoke alarm, exposed stonework to one wall.


Handmade staircase retained by wooden balustrade. A stunning landing with exposed beams and a multi-pane window to rear garden with extended views of open countryside, inset spotlights, smoke alarm and brace and latch doors to bedrooms

Bedroom One

14'10" x 11'8" (4.52m x 3.56m)Semi vaulted ceiling with exposed beams giving a great feeling of space, multi-pane window to rear aspect, double panel radiator, large eaves storage to one wall with ample hanging space

Bedroom Two

14'10" x 9'6" (4.52m x 2.90m)Another good size double bedroom with exposed beams, multi-pane double glazed window to front aspect, hatch giving access to loft space, inset spotlights, exposed beams, storage cupboard which also houses a Worcester gas central heating boiler, double panel radiator



The property is accessed via a blue brick path leading to a gate into a small pretty walled front garden which is partly paved and partly gravelled with mature flower and shrub borders and affording ample space for bin storage. Path in turn leads to front door with light to one side


A pretty rear garden benefitting from an open aspect to the rear and affording a good level of privacy, the garden is accessed via the double doors from the kitchen and with a gravelled pathway which then leads to the main body of the garden which is laid to lawn with flower borders to one side, a brick built storage shed to the other and retained by post and rail fencing to the end and a combination of hedges and hazel fencing.

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