Huge potential is offered by a detached country residence which has just over 3,300 sq ft of space, including an annexe, plus almost 46 acres of land.
Moat House Stud Farm was designed and built by the current owners in the 1970s and now offers potential for improvement. The property enjoys a peaceful setting surrounded by glorious Warwickshire countryside.
There are excellent equestrian facilities and the property offers potential for an income stream. There is further scope to develop the outbuildings, subject to planning permission. The accommodation includes a large reception hall with a ceramic tiled floor and two large windows letting in plenty of light. Adjacent is a useful cloakroom.
The breakfast kitchen has a tiled floor and a good range of units besides a two-oven oil fired Aga, a separate electric oven, a ceramic hob and an integrated dishwasher. There is space for a fridge freezer. This dual aspect room has large windows providing great views over the gardens and countryside beyond. There is also a larder with shelving.
The utility room provides space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge freezer. Outside there is a WC and store.
Glazed doors lead from the reception hall into the generously proportioned sitting room, a dual aspect room with a large bay window to the front, a beamed ceiling and an impressive open fire set in a stone inglenook style fireplace with a large raised hearth. A door leads into the conservatory which enjoys uninterrupted views over the garden, fields and adjoining countryside.
The formal dining room is accessed from the reception hall and offers dual aspect windows with a bay to the front and an electric fire in a decorative surround. There are also a study and boot room.
The impressive master bedroom is of very generous proportions and offers large dual aspect windows with double doors to the rear making the most of the amazing views over the fields and surrounding countryside. This room benefits from a range of fitted wardrobes and an en suite dressing room/study with built-in cupboards. The en-suite bathroom has a bath, a corner shower cubicle, a WC and basin.
There are three further double bedrooms to this floor, all with built-in wardrobes. Bedroom three has a bay window to the front and bedroom two enjoys lovely rural views to the rear.
The family bathroom has a bath with a shower above and handbasin and there is an adjacent cloakroom with a WC.
The annexe has its own independent external access and comprises a kitchen with an electric oven, a living room, bedroom and bathroom.
A long gravelled drive leads past the stable block to the house and provides parking for numerous vehicles. The property is surrounded by pleasant gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with select mature trees and shrubs including apple and plum trees.
To the rear of the property there is a patio accessed from the conservatory, a range of wooden sheds and aviaries and access into the fields. A useful range of outbuildings includes traditional mellowed brick barns converted to stables, plus three wooden stables, a hay barn, a multi-purpose building and a further large barn.
The outbuildings are conveniently located close to the house and could provide income potential or the possibility of further development. The pasture fields all have road frontages, water supply and drainage.
For further information contact the selling agent Andrew Grant on 01905 734735. The guide price is £1,950,000.