This lovely former farmhouse extends to over 3,250 sq ft offering family accommodation, with the benefit of an additional self-contained apartment.
The house is imposing, built of brick under a tiled roof with cast iron rainwater goods and tiled canopy to the front door. Rooms are well proportioned, with good ceiling heights, attractive cornices and ceiling roses, deep skirting boards, four panel timber doors, double glazed upvc windows and tiled flooring to part of the ground floor accommodation. Principal rooms are dual aspect letting in lots of light.
The hall has a patterned quarry tiled floor and painted timber staircase with flagstones to the store room and a tiled ground floor wet room. The kitchen is fitted with solid timber fronts with a four oven oil fired Aga, double bowl sink and integrated dishwasher. A large utility room off has plumbing for a washing machine. There is a woodburner to the drawing room and further fireplace in the dining room.
The two largest bedrooms have dual aspect, fitted wardrobes with a limestone tiled en suite bathroom to the principal bedroom. The family bathroom, also limestone tiled, has a spa bath, both have separate showers. Bathrooms have large mirrors to one wall
The apartment, extending to about 550 square feet, has an open plan ground floor living space, with kitchen units to one side, sink and plumbing for washing machine. An open tread staircase rises to the first floor bedroom, with built in cupboards and en suite shower room
There is a long driveway with wide verges from Spernal Lane, with alder and larch trees and the river Arrow running alongside. This leads to wooden five bar gates to an "in and out" drive to the parking area. The garden is mostly lawned, with an open fronted garage, with brick outbuildings, one currently fitted as a kennel. The garden contains fine mature trees including cedar, evergreens, cherry, rowan, alder and birch, and attractive wildlife pond.
The property has a grass field beside the drive and a further small paddock. The fields have attractive hedges with mature trees, and post and rail fencing to the garden and some park railing by the entrance. The east boundary is currently unfenced.
Spernal Hall Farm House is situated in open countryside yet close to the small Warwickshire village of Studley. The village is set in beautiful Warwickshire countryside close to the borders of Worcestershire with a great range of local shops and amenities.
There are more extensive shopping and facilities in nearby centres of Birmingham, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Leamington Spa. Birmingham International Airport and Railway Station are approximately 18 miles away.
The area has an excellent range of state, grammar and primary schools available. The house is well located and is a short distance from Junction 3 of the M42, giving access to M40 and M5.
Day to day shopping is available in Henley-in-Arden and at Waitrose in Alcester 4 miles away. Nearby Stratford-upon-Avon offers its Shakespearian Heritage and theatres.
Sporting opportunities are available nearby with horse racing at Stratford, Warwick and Cheltenham. There are also a number of excellent golf courses within the area. Other local attractions include Ragley Hall estate, Charlecote and Coughton Court.
Barns originally part of the farm, were converted and sold off, so the property is private, but not isolated.
Alcester 4 miles, Henley in Arden 8 miles, M42 8 miles, Stratford upon Avon 12 miles, Warwick and Warwick Parkway station 15 miles, Birmingham 18 miles, London 115 miles, Leamington Spa 17 miles (distances and times approximate)