24 Banbury Rd, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 7HY, UK
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One of Stratford-Upon Avon's hottest development opportunities of recent years* *location location location* 160 foot long rear garden. Huge space to extend in all directions. A three bedroom semi-detached family home on the Banbury Road right in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon. Located south of the river on the town side of the road. A highly desirable location, this home has been virtually untouched for decades and defines the true meaning of a rare opportunity that cannot be missed.
This property is all about potential and requires significant modernisation and refurbishment, with a large high pitched roof, a 4.6 metre space to the side of the property with side garage/utility/workshop measuring 10 metres x 3.6 metres. The possibilities are endless.
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Situated in the affluent, world famous medieval market town of Stratford-upon-Avon, benefits of good schooling, fantastic amenities, history and country walks, but still accessible being connected to motorways (M40) and train lines (accessible to London, Birmingham and The Midlands). Stratford town offers great shopping, theatres, colleges, history, riverside walks with a traditional English feel.
Approach to this excellently situated home is gained via a gravelled driveway suitable for 5/6 vehicles to the front.
The entrance to this home is gained via a fully enclosed and pitched tiled entrance porch with UPVC double-glazed windows to sides.
Wooden entrance door leads through to a spacious hallway. Throughout the home it requires substantial refurbishment/redecoration. This hallway gives access via original panelled doors to the two reception rooms and the kitchen area, plus access to the First Floor Landing via carpeted stairs which lead off with balustrade.
A light and spacious front dining room with a feature double glazed bay window enjoying pleasant views to the front aspect with wall hung bay curver radiator, ceiling light, fitted cupboard with shelving and coving throughout.
A lovely sized sitting room with feature gas fire, wall hung radiator, ceiling light, carpet, coving, large window to rear aspect, and glass paned door opening to the rear lean-to.
A brick built rear lean-to with windows to rear aspect and doorway opening to rear garden.
A spacious kitchen breakfast with Potterton combination boiler, a range of wall and floor units with worktop over, sink with double drainer, window to rear aspect, window to side aspect and UPVC double-glazed door leading to the side of the property.
Brick built with W.C, window to side aspect and wooden door.
A set of carpeted stairs with hand rail leads to the first floor landing with a UPVC double glazed window to side aspect and access to extremely large loft space, with ceiling light and doors opening to the three bedrooms and family bathroom.
With bay fronted double glazed window to front aspect and fantastic views onto the Banbury Road. With carpet to floor and fitted wardrobes, wall hung radiator and ceiling light.
Carpet to floor, wall hung radiator, ceiling light, fireplace feature surround for show. With stunning views over the spacious rear gardens.
With carpeted floor, ceiling light, wall hung radiator, UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect overlooking the mature gardens.
With obscure double glazed window to front aspect, bath with shower over, W.C, wash hand basin and wall hung radiator
Loft has an extremely high pitch and could be converted subject to seeking the necessary permissions. The precedent has been set by the neighbouring properties.
With fence and hedging to front and side boundaries, a large front garden area laid to lawn and with gravelled driveway frontage with gated side entrance providing access to the enclosed rear garden. Barn style wooden garage doors give access into the detached brick built garage.
A 10 metre long garage with power and lighting with utility and workshop area to rear.
4.96 x 3.6m
Utility area 1.40m x 3.6m
3.54m x 3.6m
The real wow factor is the very large south west facing rear garden, extending in total to 160ft (approx) x 45ft (approx) in width. Being predominantly laid to lawn and with fencing to boundaries and with an array of border shrubs, plants, and mature trees and a pond this all adds to the overall character and charm. With two greenhouses, and sheds, the garden is broken into two areas by hedging and could be opened up creating a stunning private rear garden.