A splendid entertainment wing makes the perfect spot to relax in at Nailcote House in Waste Lane. Balsall Common.

It is reached from the house through the utility and newly-built conservatory which has French doors leading to the courtyard outside.

First up is a billiards room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and a bespoke fitted bar with granite work surfaces.

Further oak doors and a lobby lead to a gymnasium with integrated speaker system and sauna. There is also a wet room with walk-in shower.

At the end of the wing, though reached through an external door, is a studio/office with another shower room. This is next to the triple garage.

Nailcote House has been built by the current owners to the very highest standards, right down to the use of handmade coving and bricks.

It is reached through electric gates which open onto a tarmac driveway, leading to the front and side of the property.

Oversized solid oak front doors access a light filled reception hall with bespoke curved oak staircase to the first floor and oak panel or glazed doors to the reception rooms and kitchen.

The traditional timber is a favoured material throughout with oak windows and oak internal doors. There’s also torus skirting boards, polished limestone flooring with underfloor heating and extensive mood lighting

Reception rooms include a sitting room and drawing room, both with views across the gardens and adjacent fields, the latter with a bespoke stone fireplace and polished limestone flooring

The dining room has another bespoke stone fireplace and bay window overlooking the front gardens.

At the heart of the house is the kitchen/breakfast room fitted by Clive Christian. It features an oak central island with granite and oak wood surfaces, hand polished units, Aga, Belfast sink, integrated appliances by Wolf, Fisher & Paykel and Maytag, Miele dishwasher and fridge freezer.

Double doors lead to a utility also fitted by Clive Christian with hand painted units and granite work surfaces, Miele coffee maker and access to cloakroom.

 

On the first floor, which is reached by the bespoke curved oak staircase, the principal bedroom has double doors to a balcony, access to a dressing room and handcrafted oak wardrobes with down lighters.

There is a Clive Christian en suite with handcrafted oak furniture, granite work surfaces, vanity unit, and wash hand basin with raised central bath, separate shower and toilet.

Bedroom two also has an en suite with fitted furniture by Ripples compromising a vanity unit, basin, bath and separate storage

Bedroom three and four (which is currently being used as an office) have access to a Jack and Jill en suite.

The curved staircase continues up to the second floor with a fifth bedroom and en suite bathroom, as well as an eaves storage space.

Outside the south west facing back gardens are mainly laid to lawn. A rear courtyard area has a stone water fountain.

Post and rail fencing lines the side boundary to side boundary which overlooks a field and formal lawned gardens.

Balsall Common is a thriving village on the road to Kenilworth and Leamington.

It has a good selection of shops, primary and secondary schools.

Nailcote House is just five minutes from the local train station, shops, doctors, library, restaurants, and bars.

Other leisure activities include the local tennis and cricket clubs and Heart of England Sailing Club.

Agent: Fine & Country on 0121 746 6400. Guide price: £1,000,000.

There is an open house event being held at the property on Saturday (July 12) from 12 noon to 2pm. For details call Fine & Country on 0121 746 6400.