Payton Street

Stratford-Upon-Avon

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  • Close to the town centre
  • Period detached property
  • Off Street Parking
  • Walled garden
  • Two ensuite shower rooms
  • Unfurnished
  • Deposit is £3692.30
  • 12 months minimum term

1938 sq. ft.

Tenant Info
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Please quote reference number AGL210069

Open to offers. A striking, detached period townhouse within walking distance of Stratford town centre..
  • Close to the town centre
  • Period detached property
  • Off Street Parking
  • Walled garden
  • Two ensuite shower rooms
  • Unfurnished
  • Deposit is £3692.30
  • 12 months minimum term

The spacious and elegant accommodation includes an entrance hall, a sitting room, a dining room, a study, a cellar, a family kitchen/dining room, a family bathroom and three bedrooms, two with ensuites.

Outside there is off-street parking and an attractive low-maintenance walled garden which is an ideal space for entertaining.

The property has gas central heating. Council Tax Band F.

Description
Access is granted by the front door opening onto an impressive entrance hallway with flagstone flooring, doors to the accommodation, stairs to the first floor and steps down to the cellar.

The snug is located immediately to the right as you enter the property and has continuation of the flagstone flooring, a gorgeous fireplace with a feature fire basket inset on a stone hearth with a marble fire surround and two recessed cupboards to either side with wall light points above.

The study is light and bright room located directly opposite the snug with useful shelved cupboards for storage and spotlights to the ceiling.

As you continue down the hallway you will find the magnificent sitting room with a feature fireplace with an inset gas fire, wall light points to the recess and beautiful French doors leading out to the paved walled garden. This room is light and spacious with a wonderful outlook over the garden.

As you continue around the corner of the hallway you will find the cloakroom which comprises a WC, a wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, an extractor, and a tiled floor.

The cellar houses the Worcester gas fired central heating boiler and has a passage leading to a double chamber providing usable storage and housing the fuse box and gas meter.

The utility room has base and wall mounted cupboards, a circular sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and space above for a tumble dryer, an integrated deep freezer, an extractor fan, tiling to the floor and splashbacks.

The family kitchen/living/dining room is this homes pièce de resistance with vaulted ceilings with beams, two ceiling skylights, elegant chandeliers, exposed brick walls, flagstone flooring with underfloor heating and beautiful French doors to the garden. The kitchen has a high-quality finish with a range of painted base and wall cupboards with drawers and quality solid granite work surfaces over with matching splashbacks. There is a twin butler sink, a Nexus five ring electric hob with a gas oven, a built-in dishwasher, a built-in fridge, a tall-shelved larder cupboard. The dining area has plenty of room for a good-sized table and chairs and has atmospheric wall light points to the feature brick wall with a stunning log burning stove to the centre on a slate hearth.

The spacious first floor landing has a hatch to the roof space and doors to a linen cupboard.

The master bedroom has dual aspect windows, wall light points, a period feature fireplace with a fire basket inset and a built-in wardrobe to the side. The recently fitted ensuite has a modern white suite comprising an enclosed WC, a wash hand basin with a mixer tap and a vanity unit beneath, an oversized shower cubicle with a glass shower screen and shower, tiling to two walls and the floor.

Bedroom two has a pretty cast iron fireplace recessed to either side and with a built in shelf to one side. The ensuite has a WC, wash hand basin, shower cubicle with shower above, contemporary tiling to partial walls and a chrome towel radiator.

Bedroom three has a vast range of built-in wardrobes.

The family bathroom has a white suite comprising a panelled bath with a shower above and a glass shower screen, enclosed WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap above and vanity unit beneath, a towel radiator, contemporary grey tiling to the partial walls and laminate flooring.

Outside
Immediately adjoining the side of the property is an electrically operated/remote control roller shutter door giving access to a secure brick paved parking space. A useful brick and slate shed provides additional storage.

There is a timber archway through to the private walled garden paved for ease of maintenance and with an attractive arched raised brick retaining wall with mature trees. The garden has a beautiful water feature proving ambience for relaxation. There is also an automatic watering system making this a perfect place for those wishing to relax and enjoy the garden without the hassle of gardening.

Situation
This beautiful detached period town house is within easy walking distance to Stratford-upon- Avon train station and is also close to wonderful restaurants, coffee shops, quaint shopping, William Shakespeare’s House and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre on the River Avon. There is easy access to Warwick Castle, Warwick University, Birmingham, Worcester, London and Oxford.

NEAREST TRAIN STATIONS
Stratford-upon-Avon Station 0.5 miles
Stratford-upon-Avon Parkway Station 1.4 miles
Wilmcote Station 2.9 miles
(All mileages are approximate)

Stratford-upon-Avon is a medieval market town most famously known for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare and to this day The Royal Shakespeare Company perform his plays in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the adjacent Swan Theatre on the banks of the River Avon.

The thriving market town centre offers excellent shopping, sporting, cultural, social and recreational facilities. The renowned Maybird Shopping Park caters for the shopping enthusiast providing many outlets for retail therapy.

The property has good transport links to the Midlands and the Cotwolds. The motorway network can be accessed via Junction 15 of the M40 which is just 7 miles away at Longbridge providing access to the M42, M5 and M6, allowing for easy navigation to London and the South.