Chapel View / Oxborough

Plot 2 - Detached

, London Road, Shipston-on-Stour

Warwickshire, CV36 4GT

£ Sale

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Plot 2, The Oxborough is a modern detached four-bedroom house with a large rear turfed garden, perfect for families looking for modern country living.

Downstairs the house benefits from a spacious kitchen/breakfast/family room which comes with integrated appliances including integrated stainless-steel double oven, 5 ring hob and extractor hood, dishwasher and fridge/freezer with utility room attached. The house also features a separate living room with double doors out on to the garden, dining room, study and downstairs cloakroom.

Upstairs are four good sized double bedrooms with bedroom one benefiting from an en-suite and two double wardrobes. There is also a well-appointed family bathroom.

The property comes with a double garage and parking for two cars.

Available to purchase using Help to Buy please speak with our Sales Consultant for more information.

This plot comes with carpets throughout and ceramic tiled flooring to bathroom, WC and ensuite. Terms and conditions apply, please contact our sales consultant for further information.


Floor Plans

  • Ground Floor

    Gross Internal Area 623.45 sq ft (57.92 sq m)

    Ground Floor
    Kitchen/Breakfast/Family Room - 16'2" X 14'8" (4.95m X 4.49m)
    Living Room - 17'2" X 11'5" (5.25m X 3.5m)
    Dining Room - 11'9"max X 10'10"max (3.6m X 3.31m)
    Study - 9'6" X 6'10" (2.90m X 2.08m)

    First Floor
    Bedroom 1 - 13’0” x 11’8” (3.96m x 3.56m)
    Bedroom 2 - 12’7” x 10’0” (3.86m x 3.06m)
    Bedroom 3 - 9’1” x 8’8” (2.78m x 2.64m)
    Bedroom 4 - 11’6” x 8’8” (3.52m x 2.64m)

    Floor plans are not drawn to scale. Measurements are taken from areas marked with a pink arrow. They are maximum approximate dimensions and given as a guide only. These should not be used as a basis for purchasing flooring or furniture. Orbit reserve the right to alter plans, specification, position of doors and windows and change tenure subject to demand without prior notice. External elevations vary from plot to plot. Please ask your Sales Consultant for current information when reserving your new home. Information correct at time of going to print. April 2019.

  • First Floor

    Gross Internal Area 623.45 sq ft (57.92 sq m)

    Ground Floor
    Kitchen/Breakfast/Family Room - 16'2" X 14'8" (4.95m X 4.49m)
    Living Room - 17'2" X 11'5" (5.25m X 3.5m)
    Dining Room - 11'9"max X 10'10"max (3.6m X 3.31m)
    Study - 9'6" X 6'10" (2.90m X 2.08m)

    First Floor
    Bedroom 1 - 13’0” x 11’8” (3.96m x 3.56m)
    Bedroom 2 - 12’7” x 10’0” (3.86m x 3.06m)
    Bedroom 3 - 9’1” x 8’8” (2.78m x 2.64m)
    Bedroom 4 - 11’6” x 8’8” (3.52m x 2.64m)

    Floor plans are not drawn to scale. Measurements are taken from areas marked with a pink arrow. They are maximum approximate dimensions and given as a guide only. These should not be used as a basis for purchasing flooring or furniture. Orbit reserve the right to alter plans, specification, position of doors and windows and change tenure subject to demand without prior notice. External elevations vary from plot to plot. Please ask your Sales Consultant for current information when reserving your new home. Information correct at time of going to print. April 2019.


Specifications

  • Kitchen (*Selected plots only)

    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

    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)

    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

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

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

Chapel View

CONNECTIONS

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.

FAMILIES

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.


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