Chapel View / Gillingham
Plot 51 - Detached
, London Road, Shipston-on-Stour
Warwickshire, CV36 4GT
The Gillingham is a stunning family home featuring a large modern open-plan kitchen/ breakfast/ family room with double doors to the garden and a separate living room, study and dining room. The large master bedroom features an ensuite and wardrobes.
17'2" X 11'5"
5250mm X 3500mm
11'9"max X 10'10"max
3600mm X 3305mm
16'2" X 14'8"
4950mm X 4490mm
9'6" X 6'10"
2895mm X 2075mm
13'0" X 11'8"
3960mm X 3560mm
12'7" X 10'0"
3855mm X 3060mm
9'1" X 8'8"
11'6" X 8'8"
3515mm X 2635mm
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)
You’ll find a traditional English market town steeped in history, with teashops, butchers, a bespoke tailor, a gingerbread maker, wet fish shop and more! Recorded in the 8th century as ‘Scepwaeisctune’ – translated as Sheep Wash Town in Old English – Shipston-on-Stour is a wonderful town to discover England’s past. Enjoy trips to the Cotswolds Distillery, Church of St Edmund, and Whichford Pottery. You can even view a fossilised ammonite build into an outside wall near the local library. The schools have good ratings too, so parents can be assured their children will receive a quality education.
This town boasts the most beautiful area to walk or cycle immediately into the stunning beauty of the North Cotswolds, and features charming picnic spots by the river. As well as real pubs and great little shops and cafes, there is an abundance of festivals every year, so you’ll never struggle for something to do.