WELFORD-ON-AVON

Claremont House is an impressive five bedroom property located just minutes from the centre of the sought after riverside village of Welford-on-Avon and within an exclusive gated development created in 2019 by renowned developer Kendrick Homes. The six properties that comprise the development are all beautifully designed five bedroom detached homes constructed with high quality, energy-efficient materials and a superb specification. This is a family home of distinct quality, perfect for modern day living.

  • Sought after village location

  • Exclusive gated development

  • Easy walking distance to village centre and award winning pubs

  • Private driveway and double garage

  • Landscaped gardens

  • Security Alarm system

  • Remainder of 10 year NHBC warranty

An overview of the property follows and we also invite you to view the accompanying floor plans, selection of photographs, and local area information.
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ACCOMMODATION

Features include…

  • A-rated integrated appliances (oven, fridge freezer and dishwasher)
  • High performance, triple glazed UPVC windows
  • High performance insulation in the floor, walls and roof
  • Low energy LED lighting
  • Sanitary ware by Villeroy & Boch with chrome fittings
  • Worcester Bosch LPG gas fired boiler
  • Zoned underfloor heating to ground floor
  • Thermostatically controlled radiator valves
  • Feature staircase with double height windows
  • Front and rear porches
  • Log burner to family area and lounge
  • Automated garage doors with remote control

Ground Floor

Entrance Hallway
With external covered porch, front door with feature glass panels either side.

Cloakroom / WC5’3” x 6’6” (1.60m x 1.99m)
White suite with low level WC and vanity unit with sink and chrome mixer tap. Chrome towel rail. Obscure glass window to rear.

Dining Room – 10’6” x 12’6” (3.20m x 3.80m)
Window to front overlooking garden.

Living room – 17’8” x 21’0” (5.39m x 6.39m)
Dual aspect room overlooking gardens front and rear. Large walk in fireplace with wood burning stove and feature log storage units. Double doors to hallway and double doors to rear terrace and garden.

Kitchen / Family Room –15’1” x 31’6” (4.60m x 9.60m)

Beautiful spacious room, triple aspect overlooking front and rear gardens and side driveway. Bifold doors opening to rear terrace creates a huge entertaining space. Kitchen fully fitted with a range of base and wall units with soft closing doors and drawers, under unit lighting, quartz worktops and upstands, ceramic floor tiling. Integrated appliances include:

  • Siemens electric twin ovens with integrated grill
  • Siemens four ring electric induction hob with large feature extractor hood
  • Wine cooler
  • Integrated dishwasher
  • Tall fridge and freezer
  • Integrated microwave

Utility Room5’3” x 6’6” (1.60m x 1.99m)
LPG gas boiler. Stainless steel sink.Laminate worktops with upstand.Plumbing and electrics for washing machine and space for tumble dryer.
Ceramic floor tiling. Door to rear garden.

First Floor:

LandingApproximately 22’ long. Spacious landing with large feature windows to rear garden. Staircase with light oak handrail and oak detailing.

Master Bedroom – 13’9” x 13’1” (4.20m x 4.00m)
With built-in wardrobes with light oak veneer shelving, chrome hanging rails and LED automatic lighting. Window to rear.

En Suite Shower Room – 13’9” x 6’7” (4.20m x 2.00m)
Tiled floor, walk in shower cubicle with Grohe thermostatic shower, rain head, and spray attachment, Villeroy & Boch vanity unit and WC with chrome fittings. Half height tiles to walls, full height around shower. Ceramic floor tiling. Chrome towel radiator. Obscure glass dormer window to front.

Bedroom 2 – 13’9” x 12’6” (4.20m x 3.80M)
With built-in wardrobes with light oak veneer shelving, chrome hanging rails and LED automatic lighting. Window to rear.

En Suite Shower Room – 7’3” x 7’10” (2.20m x 2.40m)
Tiled floor, walk in shower cubicle with Grohe thermostatic shower, rain head, and spray attachment. Villeroy & Boch vanity unit and WC with chrome fittings. Fully tiled walls. Ceramic floor tiling. Chrome towel radiator. Obscure glass window to side.

Bedroom 3 – 13’9” x 10’6” (4.20m x 3.20m)
With built-in wardrobes with light oak veneer shelving, chrome hanging rails and LED automatic lighting. Window to front.

Bedroom 4 – 11’2” x 9’10” (3.40m x 3.00m)
With window to rear.

Bedroom 5 – 11’2” x 9’2” (3.40m x 2.80m)
With window to front.


Family Bathroom
– 7’10” x 9’2” (2.40m x 2.80m)
Tiled floor, walk in shower cubicle with Grohe thermostatic shower, rain head, and spray attachment. Free standing bath with chrome fittings. Villeroy & Boch vanity unit and WC with chrome fittings. Fully tiled walls. Ceramic floor tiling. Chrome towel radiator. Obscure glass dormer window to front.

Outside Areas

Front Garden
Spacious South West facing lawned front garden bordered by fencing and contemporary black railings with newly planted Beech hedging. Paved pathways leading to driveway and front door. Flowerbeds planted with a range of attractive plants and shrubs.

Rear Garden
South East facing garden with extensive terrace areas covering the whole width of the house. Multiple seating area options. Newly fitted oak porch covering door to utility room. Outside tap. Additional rear lawn bordered by newly installed fencing with further flowerbeds, attractive plants, shrubs and trees.

Double Garage – 17’8” x 19’4” (5.38m x 5.90m)
With remote control up and over doors. Power sockets, internal lights. Single door to side. Solar panels to roof. External covered wood store.

Side driveway
Paved driveway with extensive parking for 4 – 5 vehicles

Communal driveway
Feature gravel driveway leading to development entrance gates, automated with mobile phone operation. Pedestrian pathway, lawned side areas with lighting bollards.

FLOOR PLANS

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THE VILLAGE

The village of Welford-on-Avon is considered by many to be one of the prettiest villages in Warwickshire. It lies in a loop of the River Avon about 4 miles West of Stratford Upon Avon, on a site that has been occupied for thousands of years, having been mentioned in the Domesday Book, when it was part of Gloucestershire. Today the village benefits from a lovely local primary school (rated Ofsted Outstanding), some excellent pubs, village stores, a garage, a children’s play area, one of the tallest maypoles in England, a spectacular 18 hole golf course, and a wealth of timber-framed thatched cottages, many of them dating from the 17th century. The oldest building in Welford is the parish church of St Peter, built in 1330 on the site of an earlier 12th-century building. The church stands a short distance from the river, and the site of a ford which gave the village its name. The church tower was said to have been used as a landmark by travellers using the ford. These days the river is popular with small boat traffic, canal barges, and canoeists, the village even has it’s own private marina.

There are two notable pubs, The Bell and The Shakespeare, plus the renowned riverside eatery The Four Alls. The Bell, at the junction of Church Lane and Welford High Street dates to the 17th century and has been named by The Good Pub Guide as Warwickshire dining pub of the year every year from 2017 to 2021. This pub has played a part in literary history, for according to tradition William Shakespeare came here to share a drink with Ben Jonson. On his way home to Stratford, Shakespeare was caught in a rain shower and contracted a case of fatal pneumonia. These days The Bell warms travellers with open fires, comfortable surroundings and some first class pub food, fine wines and great draught beer!
The village has around 1400 homes of which 145 older buildings are protected within a conservation area created in 1969; 64 of them officially listed Grade 2 by English Heritage, and 80 unlisted. There were 516 residents at the time of the first census in 1801, and in 2001 there were 1,300, rising to over 3000 today, a sign of just how popular Welford has become

The Maypole
For centuries the Maypole has been a popular European celebratory tradition, and although most of the historic party poles no longer exist, the small village of Welford-on-Avon retains one of the tallest surviving poles in England.

Rising to over 20 metres from the centre of the village, the striped maypole has been present in the site since the days of Shakespeare. In its original incarnation it was made of wood, but was at one point struck by lightning and destroyed. The current pole is made of aluminum and is officially a Grade II historical monument. The spire is topped with a weathervane shaped like a running fox, another traditional English icon. Visitors are recommended to visit the site in the month of May when the traditional May Day dance is still observed.

LOCATION

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Positioned on Headland Road, near the school and church, Purbeck Close is located just away from the main road in Welford-on-Avon, and only a 5 minute drive to the main B439 which takes you quickly east into Stratford-upon-Avon or west towards Evesham.

  • Maypole Store & Post Office ~ 0.5 miles

  • Welford-on-Avon Golf Course ~ 0.9 miles

  • Nearest Supermarket ~ 3.9 miles

  • Stratford-on-Avon Racecourse ~ 4.5 miles

  • Stratford-upon-Avon ~ 5.4 miles

  • Evesham ~ 10.9 miles

  • M40 (jct 15 – Warwick bypass) ~ 12.8 miles

  • Worcester ~ 21.9 miles

  • Birmingham Airport ~ 27.4 miles

  • Central London – 110 miles

  • Honeybourne railway station – (Direct line into London Paddington via Oxford and Reading) – 7.2 miles

For further information and enquiries regarding the sale of Claremont House please contact MCS:

Simon Shiers

T: 01789 722500
M: 07786 461963
E: simon@mcs.properties
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