Hopkins is a fantastic period village property with bags of character. The property is Grade II listed and dates back to the 14th century and retains many period features from back in the 1300s and 1400s – in fact it is believed to be the oldest house in the village.
Features include an inglenook fireplace, stone mullion windows, original oak doors and the original staircase. The entire house has in fact been perfectly preserved and offers well proportioned rooms throughout. The accommodation comprises: drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, library, study, and pantry; upstairs are the master bedroom suite and four further bedrooms, a family bathroom and a shower room.
Outside adjoining the property is a workshop and a gated log store, and the house also comes with a two storey cottage with planning permission for ancillary accommodation – there is also a detached double garage.
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The gardens surround the house on three sides and have a number of mature trees including a 400 year old mulberry tree. A lavender-lined path leads from the front gate to the front canopy porch and a path leads around the property to the pond and the gravel parking area while the rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with a wooden summer house and hedging to the back.
Hopkins sits at the end of a no-through-lane on the edge of the quaint Warwickshire village of Long Marston. The village has lots of period properties and cottages, a good village pub and a church. Chipping Campden and Stratford Upon Avon are almost equidistant at around five miles for all other amenities and there is a wide selection of good schools nearby.
The guide price is £825,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01789 297 735 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.