Lower Tysoe, Warwick, CV35 0BY | Property for sale | Savills
3,715 sq ft(345.13 sq m)
Guide price £1,850,000(€2,109,390)

Lower TysoeWarwick, CV35 0BY

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Charming period property in sought after village location
  • Gardens and land, totaling about 12 acres
  • Light, spacious and airy throughout
  • Generous reception rooms and bedrooms
  • In need of modernisation, but fantastic potential

Handsome character property with land.

About this property

  • Harbury Leys is a charming period property, believed to date back to the 19th century. Constructed of local stone under a tile roof, this handsome house also offers a very generous plot in a semi-rural setting.

    This perfect family home offers a wealth of period features throughout, including open fireplaces, high ceilings, impressive windows, and deep window boards. Having been in the same family for over 40 years, Harbury Leys is in need of modernisation, but has so much potential. There is also plenty of scope to extend and develop as well.

    Welcomed in by a generous entrance hall, doors lead off to the kitchen/ breakfast room, drawing room, dining room, sitting room and study. All of which are in need of updating, but the rooms are all of generous size with fantastic potential.

    Attention to detail can be seen, especially in the drawing room, a room of very impressive size, with equally impressive full-length windows, overlooking the immaculate gardens and countryside beyond. Due to its architectural origins and being on a southern axis, plenty of light naturally spills into many of the rooms.

    Upstairs again offers plenty of natural light on a sweeping staircase and landing, creating a real sense of space. The principal bedroom is very generous, with double aspect full length windows, wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, built in wardrobes and a good sized en suite. There also are five further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

    Outside, Harbury Leys sits in a very generous plot, offering great privacy. Approached via a long, private, gravelled drive, the property holds great presence in its grounds. It also offers an ample area for off road parking and a triple garage with power and a wood store.

    The property enjoys a very picturesque outlook, appreciating extensive, manicured lawns, a selection of mature trees and bushes, flower beds, a swimming pool, and there is also a charming terraced area to the rear providing a great outdoor space for summer entertaining. There is further paddock/ grazing land, and a plot which has further development potential (subject to relevant planning permission and overage.) In all about 12 acres.

    To summarise, Harbury Leys offers a real sense of charm, space, and natural light, combining to create a wonderful family home with delightful gardens and huge opportunity for future potential.

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I think this is such an exciting opportunity to be a able to market this property. It really is the trifecta - a fantastic property, 12 acres of land and the perfect location!

Francesca MossProperty agent

Local information

  • Harbury Leys is located in the hamlet of Lower Tysoe on the edge of the village of Tysoe, close to the Cotswold AONB/Oxfordshire border. The village benefits from a post office, shop, public house, café, primary school, doctors surgery with dispensary, thriving village hall and an 11th century church.
  • Local amenities can be found in Kineton (approximately 3.8 miles) and Shipston-on-Stour (approximately 7.3 miles), which provides a range of facilities, shops including Co-ops, local delicatessens , florists and a variety of pubs, restaurants and shops, doctors and community hospital. Further extensive leisure and shopping facilities can be found at Banbury (approximately 9.5 miles) and Stratford-upon-Avon (approximately 12.5miles), which both have a Waitrose and M&S.
  • There is an extensive range of well-respected state, grammar and private schools locally, including Kineton High School, King Edward VI Grammar (Stratford) and Stratford Girls Grammar School, Warwick (Boys) and Kings High (Girls) in Warwick, Kingsley School (Leamington Spa), Rugby, Princethorpe College and Bloxham. Preparatory schools include The Croft Preparatory School (Stratford), Stratford Preparatory School, Warwick Prep and Arnold Lodge (Leamington Spa).
  • Access on to the national motorway system is at Junctions 11 and 12 of the M40. Good train services to London Marylebone from Banbury from 56 minutes and to Birmingham from Warwick Parkway from 20 minutes. Birmingham International Airport lies 31 miles to the north.
  • Sporting and leisure activities include racing at Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Cheltenham; golf courses at Stratford-upon-Avon, Brailes and Tadmarton; polo at Southam; motor racing at Silverstone; theatres at Stratford-upon-Avon, Coventry and Oxford and The British Motor Museum at Gaydon. There are extensive local countryside walks in the area, including along the historic Edgehill.
  • All distances and times are approximate.

Additional information

  • There are three public footpaths that cross the property.
  • Council Tax Band - G
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G