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Property of the Day: The Old Rectory in Warwickshire

The grounds of The Old Rectory extend to an orchard, paddock, wild flower meadow and vegetable beds

Ben Nicholson The Old Rectory in Cherington, Warwickshire, dates back to 1830 and is Grade II listed.
The Old Rectory in Cherington, Warwickshire, dates back to 1830 and is Grade II listed.

The Old Rectory in Cherington, Warwickshire, is a building that has grown old gracefully. Dating back to 1830, the property is Grade II listed. Refurbished and modernised, it has lost none of its original character.

Featuring open fireplaces, stone floors, sash and shuttered windows throughout it sits in a 2.2 acre plot and comes with a converted coach house.

There is a drawing room and snug while the kitchen has extensive granite worktops plus a four-ring gas hob, electric oven and an oil-fired Aga.

Across the hall is a room suitable for the largest of dinner parties plus there is a family room with French doors into the garden and a four-roomed cellar.

Upstairs are four double bedrooms and three bathrooms, two en-suite and one shared by bedrooms three and four. The coach house meanwhile has a double bedroom, en-suite, living room and kitchenette.

 

Guide Price: £1,950,000. Agent: Strutt And Parker on 01608 650 502 or tap to visit www.struttandparker.com .

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