A magnificent Victorian villa set in a former arboretum on the edge of a thriving market town.
Furzehill is a handsome detached property situated in the edge of Shipston-on-Stour and probably dates back to the early nineteenth century. The property provides well-proportioned and versatile accommodation set out over two floors. The accompanying floor plans illustrate the layout but the main points of interest are shown below.
There are three principal reception rooms: a drawing room, sitting room and dining room, each with views over the gardens.
French doors lead from the dining room into the garden while the sitting room has a lovely bay window with seat.
Comfortable study/bar and snug.
Well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base units and four oven/five hob range cooker.
Side hallway leading to cloak/shower room and utility.
Part-vaulted cellar with fitted wine racks.
Principal bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom with shower cubicle.
Four further bedrooms and family bathroom.
The property is approached down a gravelled drive leading to an ample parking area.
There is a single detached garage with separate well-appointed home office.
The gardens, which are mainly laid to lawn with ornamental specimen trees, surround the property and offer seclusion and views from all aspects.
An L-shaped terrace with veranda with quarry tiled floor and circular brick pillars adjoins the property providing an ideal place for summer dining.
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This house offers gracious living in one of my favourite market towns.David Henderson