- Updated On:
- July 19, 2022
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Freehold, Grade II-listed, Tax Band D-designated, attractively priced historic property – Town Center – Garden Courtyard Location: Gallery Landing, Two-Bedroom Cottage, Sympathetic Restoration Dressing area and large rooms – Viewing Recommended
Located on Rother Street, the site of a weekly market, in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon. Stratford
It is only a short stroll to reach the mediaeval town of upon Avon. Popular tourist destination Stratford-upon-Avon is a charming town. a popular tourist site because to its status as the
William Shakespeare, playwright and poet, with guests from everywhere over the globe.
One of Britain’s most significant cultural centres, the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford is home to the Royal Shakespeare Company. Shakespeare would have been familiar with many of the town’s structures that have endured over the years.
It also has a lively neighbourhood with a wide range of entertainment, eating, and retail options.
The town is renowned for offering top-notch educational opportunities.
State, grammar, and private schools that can accommodate most needs are easily accessible, including Warwick Prep and Public Schools and Kings High School for Girls in Warwick. The Croft Prep School and Grammar Schools are in Stratford-upon-Avon, while Arnold Lodge School and Kingsley School for Girls are located in Leamington.
Direct rail connections to London, Birmingham, Warwick, Warwick Parkway, and Leamington Spa are available at the Stratford-upon-Avon and Stratford-upon-Avon Parkway train stations. There is a bus station as well. Direct train connections to London and Birmingham are also available at Warwick Parkway, Leamington Spa, Honeybourne, and Banbury.
With easy access to the Fosse Way, M40, M42, M1, and M6, Stratford-upon-central Avon’s location gives it an excellent home base for travelling around the entire UK. Banbury is only twenty miles away, Leamington Spa is only twelve miles, and Birmingham International Airport is only twenty six miles.
A fascinating house with a rich history is Masons Court. This Grade II* listed structure, which was constructed in 1481, when Henry V was king and before Christopher Columbus found America, is known throughout the world as the oldest private dwelling in Shakespeare’s hometown and is of great national significance.
The chance to become the newest custodian of this one-of-a-kind mansion, located in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire’s most vital and significant town, doesn’t come available frequently. You have found the one-of-a-kind chance you were looking for.
This two-bedroom end of terrace is beautifully situated in the centre of the town and is just a minute’s walk from everything Stratford-upon-Avon has to offer. It was built a century before Shakespeare himself strolled these famous streets. The building has been meticulously preserved and lovingly renovated. The cottage has a tonne of character thanks to its traditional timber construction, wattle and daub construction, and exposed rafters.
A remarkable example of a Wealdon Hall House, the home has a breakfast kitchen and pantry, sitting room, and a gorgeous dining hall on the ground level. These rooms lead to a stunning gallery landing with the most enthralling vaulted ceiling. The gallery landing surrounding the upstairs continues to wow with a study area. The master bedroom is surprisingly roomy and features an eye-catching exposed beam as well as a partially walk-in closet. There is a spacious double guest room and common bathroom on the left side of the landing.
Features and description
- Freehold | Grade II* Listed | Tax Band D
- Historic Property
- Courtyard Garden
- Town Centre Location
- Gallery Landing
- Sympathetically Restored
- Two Bedroom Cottage
- Dressing Area
- Spacious Rooms
- Viewing Advised