Barton Road, Welford On Avon, Welford On Avon Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 8EY

Guide Price £1,100,000Freehold


Key Information

Council tax band:G
Broadband:up to 80Mbps
Mobile signal:*Based on indoor data coverage

Key Features

Reception Hall, WC & Cloaks
Sitting Room
Study / Home Office
Impressive Family Kitchen & Dining Room
Utility / Boot Room
Five/Six Bedrooms
Luxury Bathroom & Two En-suite
South Facing Garden
Ample Off Road Parking
Viewing Essential


A bespoke village home with spacious accommodation over three floors. GIA 2529 sqft.

•Reception Hall, WC & Cloaks
•Sitting Room
•Study / Home Office
•Impressive Family Kitchen & Dining Room
•Utility / Boot Room
•Five / Six Bedrooms
•Luxury bathroom & Two En-suite
•South Facing Garden
•Ample Off Road Parking
•Viewing Essential

The Property

Located within a select private development of four individual self build homes, Beaufort House boasts an impressive level of accommodation arranged over three floors, which has been beautifully appointed with high quality fittings and a stylish interior finish throughout. Completed in 2020, the versatile space is ideally suited to a growing family or active couple with a need for multiple rooms, so should appeal to a wide demographic of buyer.. Perfectly positioned to take advantage of the village amenities, this wonderful home requires early viewing to fully appreciate the scale and quality of accommodation on offer. To note, the property is governed by a local connection section 106, meaning the property has to marketed to a locally connected person for a period of 12 weeks, before being offered to the wider market. Further details are available upon request.

Being set back from the road beyond a landscaped fore garden and gravel parking area, you enter the property through an oak canopy to an inviting reception hall. Limestone flagstone flooring continues throughout, with under floor heating and glazed and oak doors lead off. There is a useful study to front offering dedicated space for home working and a generous sitting room with feature panelled walls, exposed brick fireplace with inset log burner and oak mantle above.

Continuing through to the impressive open plan kitchen, family and dining room, this inspiring space is beautifully arranged to afford a more sociable approach to mealtimes and entertaining. Set into three dedicated zones, there is a generous living space with feature exposed brickwork and an expanse of sliding glazing to the garden. The kitchen is handmade, with classic shaker door fronts, two tone colour combination and contrasting quartz worksurfaces over. There are a range of branded appliances and feature lighting. The dining area extends off in a charming oak and glazed framed room, enjoying ample space to accommodate guests, whilst enjoying access and views of the garden. There is also a useful utility room, cloaks and WC.

To the first floor, a central landing with a part vaulted ceiling and exposed oak beams provides access to four good size bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom. Fitted with a fired earth suite comprising panel bath, wash hand basin, WC, and handmade tiles throughout. There is an equally well appointed en-suite shower room with a more modern edge to the guest bedroom.

The main bedroom is located to the second floor, has a feature vaulted ceiling with exposed oak beams and a separate bespoke fitted dressing room / hobbies space, which could serve as an additional bedroom if required. The owners are in the process of installing a new, high specification en-suite shower room, which will be finished prior to completion.

Externally, the property sits centrally to the plot, enjoying a landscaped and well planted low maintenance garden to rear, with a southerly aspect and recessed hot tub and garden room. . There is side storage area and gated access to the front, where a gravel drive provides ample off road parking.

•Remaining term structural warranty
•EV charger
•Premium Air source heating system
•Remotely operated CCTV system around the property

1. He/she was born in the parish of Welford-on-Avon
2. He/she currently lives in the parish of Welford-on-Avon and has done so for at least the past 12 months
3. Used to live in the parish of Welford-on- Avon for not less than 3 years
4. Currently works in the parish of Welford- on-Avon and has done so for at least the past 12 months for not less than 16 hours per week on average
5. Currently has a close family (mother, father, brother, sister, son, daughter) living and having their sole and permanent residence in the parish of Welford-on-Avon and who has done so for not less than 3 years
6. He/she inherits the Local Market Unit PROVIDED THAT where a person inherits a Local Market Unit they shall be obliged to follow the requirements for future disposal and occupancy
7. He/she has a legal interest in a Local Market Unit acquired in accordance with the conditions of this Schedule and is or will be following legal completion ordinarily resident in the Local Market Unit PROVIDED that at least one current or previous member of their household shall satisfy or shall have satisfied one or more of criteria, 1 to 5 above PROVIDED THAT the existence or otherwise of any current or previous temporary guests shall not be taken into account in determining whether a household contains or includes a person having a Local Connection

The Location

Welford-on-Avon lies on the banks of the River Avon, on the borders of Shakespeare country, the north Cotswolds and the Vale of Evesham. It is well placed for access to the major Midland towns of Coventry, Birmingham, Redditch and Leamington Spa, as well as having good rail links with London from nearby Honeybourne and Stratford-upon-Avon. The village is four miles south-west of Stratford-upon-Avon and about 12 miles away from Junction 15 of the M40 motorway.

The population has increased over recent years, but careful planning has kept the village comparatively unspoilt, which is a major factor in its considerable popularity. Local amenities include a general store, church and three public houses, including the renowned Bell Inn, voted best country inn of the year. There is an Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' primary school, as well as excellent schools in the state and private sectors, including Stratford Grammar School for Girls and King Edward VI for Boys in nearby Stratford-upon-Avon.

The village has an active sporting community including cricket teams, football teams and a bowls club (indoor and outdoor). Local leisure facilities including an 18 hole golf course, walking and cycling routes, including the famous Greenway Trail into Stratford-upon-Avon. There is also a very popular history society and clubs for youngsters, including Cubs, Scouts, Brownies and Girl Guides.

Subjective comments in these details imply the opinion of the selling Agent at the time these details were prepared. Naturally, the opinions of purchasers may differ.

Agents Note: We have not tested any of the electrical, central heating or sanitaryware appliances. Purchasers should make their own investigations as to the workings of the relevant items. Floor plans are for identification purposes only and not to scale. All room measurements and mileages quoted in these sales particulars are approximate.

Fixtures and Fittings: All those items mentioned in these particulars by way of fixtures and fittings are deemed to be included in the sale price. Others, if any, are excluded. However, we would always advise that this is confirmed by the purchaser at the point of offer.

Tenure: The property is Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.

Services: Mains water, electric and drainage. Heating and hot water serviced by an air source heat pump.

N.B. there is an annual estate charge of £400.00 which is payable. This represents a 1/12th share of the cost, for the upkeep and maintenance of driveway, green spaces and culvert.

Local Authority: Stratford-upon-Avon District Council. Tax Band G

In line with The Money Laundering Regulations 2007 we are duty bound to carry out due diligence on all of our clients to confirm their identity. Rather than traditional methods in which you would have to produce multiple utility bills and a photographic ID we use an electronic verification system. This system allows us to verify you from basic details using electronic data, however it is not a credit check of any kind so will have no effect on you or your credit history. You understand that we will undertake a search with Experian for the purposes of verifying your identity. To do so Experian may check the details you supply against any particulars on any database (public or otherwise) to which they have access. They may also use your details in the future to assist other companies for verification purposes. A record of the search will be retained.

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Free Valuation: Please contact the office on 01789 292659 to make an appointment.

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Mortgages: We can offer you free advice and guidance on the best and most cost-effective way to fund your purchase with the peace of mind that you are being supported by professional industry experts throughout your journey. A & S Financial Services offer a comprehensive mortgage service, giving excellent advice 7 days a week. Please call Andy Davis on 01527 542260 or mobile 07980 800429 or by e-mail

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Welford-on-Avon Primary School
(0.23 miles)
Number of pupils: 266
Age Range: 3 - 11
Temple Grafton CofE Primary School
(2.48 miles)
Number of pupils: 105
Age Range: 4 - 11
Shottery St Andrew's CofE Primary School
(3.03 miles)
Number of pupils: 80
Age Range: 4 - 11
Pebworth First School
(3.1 miles)
Number of pupils: 28
Age Range: 4 - 10
Tudor Grange Primary Academy Meon Vale
(3.11 miles)
Number of pupils: 73
Age Range: 3 - 11
Stratford Girls' Grammar School
(3.15 miles)
Number of pupils: 781
Age Range: 11 - 18
Bidford-on-Avon CofE Primary School
(3.16 miles)
Number of pupils: 309
Age Range: 4 - 11
Quinton Primary School
(3.31 miles)
Number of pupils: 210
Age Range: 3 - 11
Holy Trinity CofE Primary School
(3.44 miles)
Requires Improvement
Number of pupils: 396
Age Range: 4 - 11
Bishopton Primary School
(3.44 miles)
Number of pupils: 218
Age Range: 5 - 11

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Estimated Monthly Mortgage Payment:
£5,787 /mo.25 Years, 5% Interest
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Stamp Duty

You’ll have to pay the stamp duty of:
0% up to £250,000
5% between £250,000 and £925,000
10% between £925,000 and £1,500,000
Your effective stamp duty rate is 4.66%

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