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8 Beds - Town house - Sold STC 3 Broad Walk, Stratford-Upon-Avon, CV37 - Offers over £1,000,000

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Situated on the edge of the coveted old town sits Parkfield. A stunning eight bedroom period family home, with abundance of scope to improve.

Key Features

  • Stunning late Victorian Townhouse

  • Potential to modernise and add further value

  • Open plan kitchen/dining room

  • Two reception rooms

  • Six extremely generous bedrooms

  • Two bedroom annexe

  • Spacious walled garden

  • Broad Walk, Old Town

  • Cellar

  • Designated parking space and further on road parking available

Summary
A truly unique opportunity to purchase an exceptional late victorian townhouse. Set over four floors (including a generous cellar), the property extends to 3789 sq ft of living accommodation, providing plenty of space for all the family to enjoy. Beyond its historic charm, there is a bundle of potential to modernise and add further value if you should so wish. Nestled just a stones throw from the heart of the old town. Parkfield really is the perfect amalgamation of accessibility and tranquility.

Ground Floor
The ground floor briefly comprises of the following: Leading through the front door you will find a grand entrance hall. To the left, there is an impressive dining room with feature marble fireplace. There is a separate living room, with double doors that open up onto the garden room. The windows allow for plenty of light and again there is a beautiful feature fireplace. The open plan kitchen/dining room is an extremely generous space, and offers a buyer the opportunity to put their own stamp on the property. Kitchens are the heart of home and this allows you the ability to design something to fit your lifestyle. To the rear, you will find a two bedroom annexe with kitchen and shower facilities, perfect for a relative or alternatively, accommodation for an au pair/nanny facilities. Parkfield's period charm really does shine through, whether that be through the traditional coving, high ceilings or the cast iron fireplaces. There is a basement providing versatile usage, either as a wine cellar or it could be converted into an entertainment area, ideal for a home gym, gaming area or as a cinema.

First and Second Floor
Off the first floor landing, you will find three extremely generous bedrooms. The first has an ensuite shower. There is also a spacious family bathroom which has a beautiful roll top bath and shower. Off the second landing you will find three further bedrooms and convenient w/c. The principle bedroom has a shower area and a charming porthole window.

Outside
The mature walled garden is spacious and private. Predominantly lawn with planted borders and a number of trees including an apple tree. Low maintenance yet offering plenty of room for alfresco dining with friends and family or alternatively enjoying a glass of wine in the evening. There is a parking space to the front and there is further permitted on street parking available.

Location
Old town is just a short walk from Stratford Town Centre. Its array of classic Georgian and Victorian properties make it a highly desirable place to live. With a range of amenities in close proximity, including many reputable restaurants and public houses. Stratford Upon Avon is home to the Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford Eye and Shakespeare’s Holy Trinity Church. The M40 motorway, railway network, Birmingham Airport and the gateway to the Cotswolds is all on its doorstep. Stratford upon Avon and Warwick both have excellent racecourses, Stratford upon Avon has two Grammar Schools and Preparatory Schools, with further Public Schools being found in nearby Warwick, as well as a wide range of excellent State Schools in the area.

Services
All mains services are connected

EPC Rating
Band E


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