Rear Elevation
Guide price £1,400,000

High StreetWarwick, CV34 4AX


    Key features

    • Grade II listed Georgian town house
    • Wealth of period features including fireplaces, sash windows and panel internal doors
    • General ceiling heights and natural light
    • Well-proportioned reception rooms
    • Spacious and versatile accommodation
    • One-bedroom self-contained apartment
    • Landscaped walled gardens
    • Garage and off street parking

    Elegant, spacious and versatile living in a convenient central location with generous gardens plus off street parking and garaging.

    About this property

    • Well presented terraced town house of Georgian origins with later additions.

      Grade II listed, of brick and painted brick construction under a half-hipped clay tile roof.

      Wealth of period features including fireplaces, sash windows, two and six panel internal doors, picture rails, simple cornicing and elegant principal staircase.

      Generous ceiling heights and a considerable amount of natural light all go to creating a real sense of space.

      Well-proportioned reception rooms plus a high quality kitchen and breakfast room.

      The overall layout offers spacious and versatile accommodation with a useful ground floor studio annexe, ideal for guests or dependant relatives.

      More interestingly there is a 1st floor one-bedroom apartment with internal stairs returning to the Breakfast room that would allow for income stream, additional accommodation to the main house, or working from home.

      Landscaped walled gardens, roof terrace and paved entertaining areas.

      Ideal for professionals or families looking for the town life.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Loads of accommodation offering versatility, with the added bonus off street parking and garaging.

    Nick RudgeProperty agent

    Local information

    • With a history dating back to as early as the 6th Century, Warwick is a charming and yet vibrant Warwickshire town nestled between the equally historic towns of Stratford-upon-Avon and Leamington Spa.
    • Amenities in the town are vast with a range of supermarkets, boutiques, hairdressers, post office, restaurants, cafes to name but a few.
    • More extensive amenities can be found in Leamington Spa and Coventry, or further afield in Oxford and Birmingham.
    • Communication links are excellent with access to the M40 (J15) giving access to the north for Birmingham and the south for Oxford/London, or the A46 to Stratford-upon Avon and Coventry.
    • Mainline train services from Warwick to London Marylebone (from 69 minutes) and Birmingham (from 30 minutes).
    • Preparatory schools in the area include The Croft (Stratford upon Avon), Arnold Lodge (Leamington Spa), St Johns Priory (Banbury), Warwick Preparatory School. Secondary schools include Warwick (boys), Kingsley (girls), Princethorpe (co-ed), Kings High (girls) Bloxham and Tudor Hall (Banbury).
    • Leisure and cultural facilities include golf at Leek Wootton, Leamington Spa, Kenilworth and Brailes, horse racing at Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon, motor racing at Silverstone, theatres at Stratford-upon-Avon, Birmingham and Oxford.
    • (Distances and times are approximate).

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the M40 J15, take the A429 towards Warwick. Continue into the town, along West Street and then into High Street. Shortly after the road narrows, Forth House can be found on the left hand side, identifiable by a red door opposite the Warwick Unitarian Chapel. The private parking is located off Brook Street to the right of the bus station and Marks & Spencer, and the garage entrance is located on the left hand side.
    • EPC Exempt