Extensive period living with land and two income producing properties.
Camp Hill House is situated in a sought after rural area with views over undulating Warwickshire countryside. Within close proximity to the excellent transport links provided by Warwick Parkway Station, Berkswell Station and the M40.
Beausale is a hamlet close to the town of Kenilworth, which has a supermarket, local shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and a good selection of schools. The beautiful medieval market town of Warwick provides local amenities including supermarkets. Also nearby is Royal Leamington Spa, Stratford upon Avon, Coventry and Birmingham providing an extensive range of schools, leisure, retail and cultural facilities.
The nearby Warwick Parkway Station provides mainline railway services to Birmingham Moor Street in 26 minutes and to London Marylebone in 1 hour 30 minutes. Berkswell Station provides mainline railway services to Birmingham International Airport and The nec in just 7 minutes, Birmingham New Street in 18 minutes, London Euston in 1 hour 20 minutes and Coventry to London in 1 hour 5 minutes. The nearest motorway connections can be made via the M40 Junction 15 (about 6 miles).
The area is well served for schools including primary schools at Leek Wootton, Ferncumbe (Hatton), Warwick and Claverdon. Secondary schools at Balsall Common, Henley-in-Arden, Warwick, Leamington Spa and Kenilworth. Grammar schools at Stratford-upon-Avon. Private schools at Warwick, Kenilworth, Leamington Spa, Coventry and Rugby.
Leisure activities in the area include golf, spa and leisure club at Ardencote Manor at Claverdon; golf at The Warwickshire at Leek Wootton and The Henley at Henley-in-Arden; horse racing at Warwick and Stratford Race Courses; motor racing at Silverstone; theatre at Stratford-upon-Avon.
Lot 1 - Camp Hill House
Camp Hill House is an elegant Grade II listed former farmhouse of late 16th and early 17th century origins.
The house is of timber frame and brick constructions on a stone plinth and is Grade II Listed. Due to the property's age, there are a wealth of period features including open fireplaces, exposed timbers, oak floorboards, flagstone floors, oak framed windows with leaded lights, deep window boards, slate flooring, and cellar with barrel ceiling. In more recent times the house has been extensively renovated to provide modern living amongst the property's age and charm.
Well-proportioned principal reception rooms and bedrooms with generous ceiling heights create a real sense of space and light. The second floor would be an ideal floor for teenagers, au pair or working from home. Useful cellar (reasonable head height) for wine and general storage.
Extensive garaging, off-road parking and stores are a real compliment to the property and would be ideal for those with a car collection.
Delightful gardens and grounds including a historic moat, part of which forms a pond, all add to the charm and being on the edge of the hamlet overlooking open countryside. There is a real sense of space and privacy.
The property extends to about 1.5 acres.
Lot 2 – The Granary Camp Hill
Located across the courtyard, this delightful brick barn conversion offers well-appointed accommodation on two floors with off-road parking, double garage and ample garden. The Granary Camp Hill enjoys a delightful aspect to the south over its garden.
The Granary Camp Hill generates a great income stream, but would also be ideal as a lovely family home or, if purchased as part of Camp Hill House, ideal for dependent relatives.
Lot 3 – The Cottage Camp Hill
Positioned on the north-west side of the courtyard, The Cottage Camp Hill is a charming detached property of brick construction.
There is parking to the front, a double garage, paved entertaining area and garden to the rear.
The Cottage Camp Hill is offered in good order and would be of interest to a young family, downsizer, those seeking income stream or, if purchased as part of Camp Hill House, for staff accommodation.
Lot 4 – Land
Separate pasture land with a pond, about 4.1 acres, with agricultural access.
Square Footage: 4285 sq ft
Acreage: 6 Acres
From Warwick and Stratford upon Avon:
From M40 Junction 15, take the A46 north towards Coventry and take the first exit onto the A4177. Continue along the A4177 signposted Solihull. Pass a petrol station on your left, at the roundabout go straight over, continue for a short distance and take the right turn into the second entrance into the layby. Then turn left into Brownley Green Lane. After 0.6 miles turn right into Kites Nest Lane. Follow the road for approximately two miles and where the road forks take the right-hand fork and Camp Hill House is the second property on your right.
From Kenilworth and Coventry:
Leave Kenilworth via Rouncil Lane. Continue for almost 5 miles. Go past the lane on the right signposted to Beausale village. At the top of a small rise turn left into Kites Nest Lane. Camp Hill House is a few hundred metres down the lane to the right.