Hopkins is a 14th century village property on the edge of the pretty village of Long Marston in Warwickshire. The house is Grade II listed and retains many original features from the 14th and 15th centuries; it is also believed to be the oldest house in the village.
Period features include a large inglenook fireplace, stone mullion windows, exposed beams, leaded windows and original oak doors as well as, in parts, some fine elm flooring.
Beautifully preserved, the house has flexible accommodation with tons of character. Accommodation in total comprises: drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, library, study, pantry and upstairs are the master bedroom and four further bedrooms as well as a shower room and a family bathroom.
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Outside are a workshop and a gated log store. The property also comes with a two story cottage with planning permission for ancillary accommodation. The gardens surround the property on three sides and feature a variety of mature trees including a 400 year-old mulberry tree. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn.
Long Marston is a wonderful village with lots of period houses and cottages, a good village pub and a very old parish church. Chipping Campden and Stratford-upon-Avon are almost equidistant at around five miles.
The guide price is £825,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01789 297 735 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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