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5 bedroom Detached House for sale: Campden Hill, Ilmington, Warwickshire, CV36

  • reception rooms 4
  • bedrooms 5
  • bathrooms 2
Reference: 35465_MIM170433

Key Features

  • Substantial period home
  • Family kitchen/breakfast/dining opening to garden
  • Flexible accommodation
  • South facing garden
  • Delightful rural outlook
  • Double carport/outbuilding
  • Off road parking
  • Over 1/3 of an acre
  • Village shop, primary school and pubs
  • Thriving local community


Sympathetically refurbished edge of village period house, with beautiful gardens and wonderful countryside views


Campden Hill House is located in the village of Ilmington, the highest village in Warwickshire
It is neither listed, nor situated in the Conservation Area, and has undergone extensive and sympathetic refurbishment that showcases its many period features and includes rewiring, replumbing, and reroofing, and the garden has been fully relandscaped

The property is thought to date back to the early 1800s and may at one time have had a thatched roof
The house is set in a beautiful position with stunning views across the valley behind
Upon entering the property is a welcoming hall/sitting room with quarry tile floor, large feature fireplace and woodburning stove
From the hall down some steps is the drawing room with fitted carpets throughout, a further fireplace and stairs leading to the first floor
Beyond is a small hall with a discreet laundry room with stainless steel sink, space for both washing machine and tumble dryer, and a heated towel rail. And the study with views of the garden and a wrought iron spiral staircase up to additional first-floor space with eaves storage
Back off the main hall steps lead up to the playroom/snug with original wooden flooring, and staircase to the principal bedroom suite
Beyond is the impressive and sociable kitchen/breakfast room with dining space, with a quarry tiled floor throughout, range of floor and wall units, large central peninsula island, oil-fired aga, Bosch electric oven and halogen hob, Indesit dishwasher, mixer taps, walk-in pantry with stone shelf, and space for a fridge freezer
The dining area features a vaulted ceiling and French doors to the garden
Off the kitchen is a boot room with the boiler, hot water cylinder, further storage, access to the garden and a cloakroom
There is a traditional cellar with a flagstone floor and range of storage cupboards, currently used as a cool home gym
From the drawing room the staircase leads to a spacious landing
Tastefully decorated shower room with wash hand basin and heated towel rail
The second bedroom with dual aspect windows, a range of fitted cupboards, and exposed ceiling timbers
A second set of stairs leads to the third floor, with bedrooms 4 and 5 in the eaves, both with windows overlooking the garden
Bedroom 6 is accessed either through bedroom 5 or via an original secondary staircase from the principal bedroom
Stairs from the playroom lead to the principal bedroom suite, with an impressive spacious bathroom with large walk-in shower and bath, and Karndean flooring, the bedroom is dual aspect and a dressing room with fitted wardrobes and two windows
Off the ensuite, in the eaves is a playroom, equally it could be an ideal extra storage space

Council tax – currently band H
Tax payable for 2023/24 - £4,314.40

Main water, electricity and drainage are connected
Oil fired central heating
Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 75 Mbps
EPC Band F

Campden Hill House sits on the edge of the village of Ilmington, which itself lies within the Cotswolds ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’
It is a charming village with a primary school, church, sports and recreation ground, two public houses and a community-run shop and café
Popular Vegetable Matters farm shop and cafe at Ebrington (4 miles)
Close by are the market towns of Shipston-on-Stour (4 miles) and Chipping Campden (5.5), as well as Stratford-upon-Avon (8) for High Street shopping, theatre and horse racing
The Members’ Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 20 miles away
Train services from Moreton-in-Marsh (8 miles) to London Paddington from 92 minutes and from Banbury (23) to Marylebone from 55 minutes London and Birmingham by road via M40 (J11 and J15)

Gravel drive with ample parking
Double open garage with secure machinery/tool store, with scope for ancillary accommodation, subject to planning
Beautiful south facing landscaped gardens include a raised terrace, carefully planted borders and extensive lawns that allow enjoyment of a fantastic view over neighbouring pastures and woodland

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Reference: 35465_MIM170433

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Tel: 01608 651188