Savills | Main Street, Market Bosworth, Warwickshire, CV13 0JN | Property for sale
Guide price £2,950,000

Main StreetMarket Bosworth, Warwickshire, CV13 0JN

    Key features

    • A superb Grade II* Listed Georgian family house
    • Glorious private grounds and gardens of 0.7 acres
    • Six bedrooms
    • Four reception rooms
    • Self-contained swimming pool complex
    • Extensive range of outbuildings and offices
    • Approved planning for additional accommodation
    • Paddock with stabling available by separate negotiation

    Stunning renovated Georgian family home with immaculate grounds and gardens set within the centre of the highly sought after historic town of Market Bosworth.

    About this property

    • The Dower House is a property of considerable style and character and is mentioned in Pevsner's ‘The Buildings of England' as an early to mid-18th Century property with a very fine pedimented doorcase with neo-classical details. The property has been improved and renovated by the current owners to create a house of considerable style and character, well decorated and finished throughout and offering accommodation with a great degree of flexibility over three floors and all approached off the most magnificent high entrance hall which leads through double doors onto the rear terrace giving a view to the gardens beyond.

      There is an extensive range of carefully converted period brick outbuildings providing a generous self-contained office suite with a spacious hallway and kitchenette, cloaks and WC and two generous offices. Ideal for further adaptation or potential residential use subject to consent.

      The pool complex is a self-contained building with hallway area, shower room with WC, plant room with gas fired boiler, filtration system, and de-humidifier unit. High vaulted ceiling, sets of French doors leading out to the side terrace.

      There is approved planning consent to convert the pool house into self-contained annexe accommodation. Further details can be provided by Savills or accessed via Ref: 18/00514/HOU.

      In addition there is a separate garage and outbuilding set to the front of the driveway and a period two storey barn with lapsed planning consent for a games room and bedroom.

      Immediately to the rear of the house is a wide generous paved stone terraced area with turned balustrades and steps leading down to the superb private walled gardens with generous lawns, mature trees and a Finnish timber garden room with central built-in BBQ and seating. There is a separate vehicular access set at the rear of the garden approached off the adjoining lane with remote controlled gated entrance to a generous parking area.

      There are delightful mature borders with planting and pleached Hornbeam trees on some of the boundaries. Throughout most of the grounds there is external ornamental lighting and the gardens enjoy a good degree of privacy in around 0.7 acres.

      In addition to the main house and gardens, there is an area of paddock with stabling available nearby by separate negotiation which extends to a further 3 acres or thereabouts.

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    Breathtakingly beautiful from the moment you step through the door with an abundance of history on top

    Clare BinghamProperty agent

    Local information

    • Market Bosworth is a delightful historic market town with a small centre of period, mainly Georgian facades, lying between Derby and Coventry to the north and west and Leicester and Birmingham to the east and west. There are excellent rail connections to London and the South East from Nuneaton or Rugby stations.
    • Market Bosworth itself has considerable history expanding from its original Anglo Saxon roots and well-documented with the Battle of Bosworth which took place to the south of the town in 1485 in the War of the Roses. There is delightful countryside around the small town centre with the most glorious parkland approach.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt