The Green, Tysoe, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 0SN | Property for sale | Savills
2,650 sq ft(246.19 sq m)
Guide price £1,100,000(€1,254,232)

The GreenTysoe, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 0SN

    Key features

    • A delightful Grade II listed family home
    • Situated in a popular village with amenities
    • Plenty of character features throughout
    • Versatile accommodation set over three floors
    • Wonderful variation of gardens
    • Lapsed planning permission on outbuilding
    • Off road parking

    Charming family home in a delightful village.

    About this property

    • The Elms is a charming, Grade II listed family home, of Cotswold stone construction under a slate roof. Steeped in history and originally dating back to 1613, the property was rebuilt in 1856 and has been under the same ownership for nearly 20 years.

      This beautiful home is central in a delightful village setting, boasting a wealth of period features throughout, spacious and versatile accommodation over three floors and lovely gardens. The ground floor features a welcoming entrance hall with flagstone flooring, leading through to the kitchen. A generous space with a Lacanche cooker with 5 ring hob, granite work surfaces, beautiful flooring, window seats, and plenty of room for a breakfast table or even an island, making it a wonderful hub of the home. Adjoining is a separate dining room for more formal occasions with a generous log burner and beautiful wooden flooring. The sitting room is charming, with focal attention being drawn to another log burner and striking stone mullion windows and window shutters with aspect of the front garden. There is also a utility area, with traditional Butlers sink and space for white goods, a downstairs cloakroom and shoe cupboard.

      Upstairs offers a sizeable principal bedroom with feature fireplace, walk in wardrobe and an en suite with a bath and overhead shower. Continuing, the first floor also has three further light bedrooms. There is also a family shower room with modern fixtures and fittings. On the top floor there is even more versatile accommodation with another spacious bedroom and separate shower room, open plan sitting room and work area with wonderful views, making it perfect for a guest suite, play area or even a home office.

      Outside is an oasis, with pockets of garden to be discovered all around the property. There are lovely lawned areas to the front and rear with a variety of patio seating areas perfect for the summer evenings and alfresco dining. An abundance of mature trees, bushes, flower beds and vegetable garden can be enjoyed too. The Elms also has great potential with its outbuilding/ barn which has previously had planning permission, ideal for conversion. (Planning reference 08/02932/LBC on the Stratford-Upon-Avon website portal) There is also a gravelled driveway with parking for numerous cars.

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    I love how The Elms is nestled in the centre of one of my favourite villages. It makes such a wonderful family home with such versatile accommodation and the pockets of garden are just lovely too.

    Francesca MossProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Elms is located in the centre of the village of Tysoe, close to the Oxfordshire / Warwickshire border. The village benefits from a post office, shop, public house, café, primary school, doctors surgery with dispensary and an 11th Century Church.
    • Local amenities can be found in Kineton (4 miles) and Shipston-on-Stour (7 miles), which provides a range of facilities, including Co-ops, local delis, florists and a variety of pubs, restaurants and shops, doctors and community hospital. More extensive leisure and shopping facilities can be found at Banbury (10 miles) and Stratford-upon-Avon (13 miles), 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. Prep schools include The Croft Preparatory School (Stratford), Stratford Preparatory School, Warwick Prep and Arnold Lodge (Leamington Spa).
    • Access onto the national motorway system is at Junctions 11 and 12 of the M40. Good train services to London Marylebone from Banbury from 61 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 times and distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Council Tax Band - F
    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F