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A superb farmhouse and equestrian farm with rural views over the south Warwickshire countryside.
Five bedroom house with annexe. Indoor swimming pool. Tennis court. 27 stables, modern farm buildings, immaculate fenced paddocks 57.26 acres in all.
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Reception hall • Drawing room • Dining room • Kitchen/breakfast room • Sitting room • Fitted study • Cloakroom • Master bedroom suite • Four further bedrooms • Three bathrooms (two en-suite) • One bedroom annexe • Farm office • Indoor swimming pool • Double garage • Gardens with tennis court • 27 stables • Modern farm buildings • Immaculate fenced paddocks • 57.26 acres (23.2 hectares) in all
Set within 57 acres of pasture and woodland. The house enjoys a south facing elevated position on the edge of Lower Binton. The property was designed and built in 1994 of brick construction, extending to about 5,700 sq ft over three floors, having superb character with large oak beams, well-proportioned rooms and a spectacular oak staircase. Attached to the house is an indoor swimming pool with sliding doors opening onto the garden.
Outside the attractive private gardens which surround the house are about 2 acres; principally laid to lawn with shrubs and herbaceous borders. A tarmac and gravel drive sweeps up through two sets of automated gates to the house providing access to the double garage. The south facing terrace that adjoins the house has an ornamental pond with fountain and pergola in which the permanent barbecue is situated. The lawn wraps around the swimming pool to a rear terrace and a fish pond. There is a superb newly built tennis court on the large lower lawn.
Adjoining the house are the home stables, comprising of five loose boxes, a tack room, feed room and WC. Additional stables are set away to the south, which can be used as an isolation yard, with a further five tubby loose boxes. Access to these stables and the farm buildings, with the main stabling are all accessed via a separate drive. The main section of the stables are set in an American barn style layout with tubby/lodden boxes; these are arranged in the outbuildings as listed on page 16.
The land is principally down to pasture with shelter belts of woodland on the boundaries. There are about 40.22 acres (16.27 hectares) of post and rail fenced pasture, split into a number of paddocks and accessed via a network of tracks. The amenity woodland is principally deciduous and comprises about 7.87 acres (3.18 hectares), offering the property privacy and shelter. There are a number of ponds along the east boundary of the farm. The soil is a mixture of Denchworth and Loam with an overall classification of Grade III.
The Court House is situated on the edge of the village of Lower Binton to the west of Stratford-upon-Avon, in the south Warwickshire countryside. The village of Binton has a parish church and village hall and both Welford-on-Avon and Bidford-on-Avon have a range of shops, schools and other facilities. Stratford-upon-Avon is approximately four miles away and has an excellent range of state, grammar and private schools in the area to suit most requirements. School buses run to Warwick, Alcester and Stratford from Binton village. There are a number of golf courses in the area. Racecourses are at Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Cheltenham, with a leisure and health spa at Stratford-upon-Avon. Located with easy access to the A46 between the M40, Junction 15 and the M5, Junction 7, Lower Binton has excellent transport links to the midlands and London. There is a regular main line train service from Warwick Parkway to London Marylebone (from 90 minutes).