A very handsome late 17th century house, this wonderful property is located on the outskirts of the pretty village of Upper Brailes; the house was built in the late 17th century of local stone and is set in over half an acre.
Originally thought to have been three cottages which were later merged the house now provides some excellent family accommodation in this desirable part of the country.
Accommodation is arranged over three floors and in total comprises: entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room (both with inglenook fireplaces), kitchen/breakfast room, boot room and four bedrooms plus a family bathroom.
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Outside the rear gardens are bordered by mature trees and an extensive paved terrace leads to a meandering pathway through the garden lined with silver birch trees.
Upper and Lower Brailes are adjoining villages and provide good local amenities including two pubs and a fine 13th century church. The Shipston is just three miles distant and the house is situated in the south Warwickshire countryside on the border of north Oxfordshire and close to the north Cotswolds.
The guide price is £875,000. For further information please contact Seccombes on 01608 663 788 or visit www.seccombes.co.uk.
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