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Chapel View

London Road, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 4GT

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About Chapel View


Orbit are pleased to bring you Chapel View, an exciting collection of three and four-bedroom high specification new homes set in the picturesque Warwickshire market town of Shipston-on-Stour, voted regional winner of ‘The Sunday Times Best Places to Live’ in both 2017 and 2018. 

  • Three, four and five-bedroom detached houses for sale in Shipston-on-Stour, perfect for families 
  • Spacious private gardens
  • All properties benefit from either a single or double garage
  • 10 year NHBC Warranty
  • Modern specification, contemporary kitchens and integrated appliances 
  • A short drive from the A429 and A44 – major roads feeding in to the M40 and M5 motorways


Kitchen (*Selected plots only)

  • Contemporary fitted kitchen with matching upstands
  • Choice of kitchen units and worktops*
  • Integrated stainless steel oven, four ring hob and extractor hood (Selected properties)
  • Integrated stainless steel double oven, five ring hob and extractor hood (Selected properties)
  • Integrated fridge/freezer
  • Integrated dishwasher (Selected properties)
  • Ceiling spotlights
  • Downlights under wall units

Bathroom and Plumbing

  • White Roca bathroom suite
  • Full height tiles to bath and shower, half height tiling to other areas
  • Choice of Porcelanosa wall tiles*
  • Chrome towel rail to bathroom and en-suite plumbing
  • Gas central heating with combination boiler
  • Gas central heating with boiler and hot water tank (Selected plots only)

Internal (*selected plots only)

  • Dulux white matt emulsion to ceiling and walls
  • Dulux white satin to woodwork
  • Wardrobe to bedroom one
  • Media point to living room 
  • TV point to living room
  • Telephone point
  • Data points to living room and up to three bedrooms
  • Underfloor heating*
  • Oak handrails*

Safety and Security

  • PVCu double glazed windows
  • Mains wired smoke detectors and alarms
  • Carbon monoxide detector and alarm


  • NHBC warranty
  • Landscaping to front garden
  • Turf to rear garden
  • External tap
  • PIR operated light to front door
  • Garage (excluding Barford and Welney)


Nearby amenities

  • Birmingham Airport - 35 miles
    Birmingham Airport - 35 miles
  • Moreton in Marsh Rail Station - 5 miles
    Moreton in Marsh Rail Station - 5 miles
  • Groceries - 0.5 Miles
    Groceries - 0.5 Miles
  • Nearest Primary School - 0.7 miles
    Nearest Primary School - 0.7 miles
  • Shipston Leisure Centre, CV36 4DY - 1 mile
    Shipston Leisure Centre, CV36 4DY - 1 mile
  • Town Centre - 0.4 miles
    Town Centre - 0.4 miles
  • Ellen Badger Hospital - 0.7 miles
    Ellen Badger Hospital - 0.7 miles

Local area

Shipston-on-Stour's location on the edge of the Cotswolds is a great base from which to explore world-renowned countryside, whilst a convenient link to the M40 places it within easy commuting distance of many major towns, including Stratford, Warwick, Cheltenham, Banbury and Oxford.

Local amenities
Shipston-on-Stour itself has all the necessary amenities including medical centres, grocery stores, pharmacies, hairdressers, leisure centre and plenty of pubs and restaurants. The picture-perfect town centre is renowned for the wide selection of major and independent retailers that line its historic streets with fishmongers and family-owned businesses alongside luxury shops and stylish restaurants.

Of particular interest to families with children, locally there are a multitude of parks, leisure and social activities, and Chapel View is in the catchment of a choice of schools rated either good or outstanding by OFSTED.

Local area
The town has a packed events calendar throughout the summer, with a two-week Proms Festival featuring many different genres of music including jazz, folk, blues, rock, classical concerts and open-mic nights, the eponymous Mid-Summer festival that takes in more traditional music and dance, as well as the living history that is the annual Wool Fair, celebrating the area’s commercial heritage.