5-bedroom detached house
Hardingwood Lane, Fillongley, Coventry, CV7 8EL - £2,500,000
- CANOPY PORCH - ENTRANCE VESTIBULE
- CENTRAL RECEPTION HALL HAVING UNDERFLOOR HEATING & A SECURITY INTERCOM.
- 2 GUEST CLOAKROOMS
- LOUNGE - DINING ROOM
- TV ROOM - GAMES ROOM WITH SEPARATE STAIRCASE
- BESPOKE LIBRARY BY 'NEVILLE JOHNSON' HAVING UNDERFLOOR HEATING.
- BESPOKE STUDY BY 'NEVILLE JOHNSON'
- BESPOKE FULLY INTEGRATED 'PIPPI OAK' DINING KITCHEN, WITH GRANITE WORKTOPS AND A 'JOTUL' LOG BURNER.
- CONSERVATORY WITH UNDERFLOOR HEATING.
- 5 DOUBLE BEDROOMS - 3 EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOMS
- FAMILY BATHROOM WITH 'AIR BATH' AND STEAM ROOM.
- OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING - LEADED DOUBLE GLAZING
- SWEEPING GRAVELLED DRIVEWAY WITH 2 SETS OF REMOTE CONTROLLED SECURITY GATES
- DOUBLE GARAGE AND DOUBLE CARPORT - DRIVEWAY PARKING FOR MULTIPLE VEHICLES
- 6.49 ACRE PLOT - LANDSCAPED GARDENS
- PADDOCKS WITH STABLING - WILDFLOWER MEADOWS
- ADT MONITORED ALARM WITH CCTV AND DUSK 'TILL DAWN EXTERNAL LIGHTING.
- NO CHAIN
Hardingwood Lodge is a most handsome, generously proportioned, tastefully presented, 5 double bedroom, red-brick built, detached, country family residence, extending to over 6,100 square feet. This most impressive of statement homes is discreetly and peacefully situated within a meticulously and lovingly maintained plot of in excess of 6 acres and enjoys panoramic Warwickshire countryside views as far as the eye can see.
Fillongley is a delightful rural village situated in the heart of England countryside. Being steeped in history, it has 2 ancient castle monument sites dating back to medieval times; ‘Castle Yard’ to the South West of the village centre and ‘Castle Hills’ to the North West.
The ‘Good’ Ofsted rated Bournebrook Church of England Primary School, the characterful St Mary & All Saints Church, the peaceful Fillongley Park and not forgetting the numerous excellent local country pubs, further enhance the attraction of this charming, highly convenient village setting.
Officially the largest village in North Warwickshire, Fillongley falls within the Ancient Arden landscape, with characteristics such as holly hedges interspersed with oak trees, which are indicative of the local area. The parish is made up of several smaller hamlets, plus the core of the village which is centred on the crossroads of the B4102 Meriden Road (connecting Solihull and Nuneaton) and the B4098 Tamworth Road (connecting Coventry and Tamworth) and therefore enjoys excellent travel links, being within a short driving distance of the national motorway network, Birmingham International Railway Station and Birmingham Airport, in addition to Solihull (11 miles) and the centres of Coventry City (6 miles) and Birmingham City (19 miles).
Well where do we start, we moved back to the UK from overseas and we were looking for a home where we could bring up our children in an environment which was picturesque and idyllic and at the same time near transport links. As soon as we saw Hardingwood Lodge we fell in love with the house and the grounds knowing we would put our mark on it.
We moved in, in 2003 and we have been happy here ever since. 18 years have flown past, waking up to the pheasants roaming around the grounds and the little monkjacks and deer passing through occasionally, somewhat of a surreal view.
The peaceful location, the privacy to come back to is priceless and at the same time the fun that we had within the grounds with family and friends which lasted through the night under the stars are memories which we will never forget.
The wildlife and the occasional cuckoo sounds to wake up to has brought our children to appreciate the importance of nature and its creatures.
Hardingwood Lodge is a truly remarkable home for a growing family, the panoramic views which we have seen throughout all four seasons always brought a tear to our eyes as they were so beautiful.
It is now time for us to write another chapter in our life and pass on the opportunity to others who can enjoy the experience of living here. If you are looking for a lovely home in a peaceful environment, surrounded by nature and totally private, you have found it.
Central reception hall having underfloor heating & a security intercom
2 guest cloakrooms
Games room with a separate staircase
Bespoke library by ‘Neville Johnson’ having underfloor heating
Bespoke study by ‘Neville Johnson’
Bespoke fully integrated ‘Pippi Oak’ dining-kitchen, with granite worktops & a ‘Jotul’ log burner
Conservatory with Underfloor heating and a self-cleaning glass roof
5 double bedrooms
Hammonds fitted wardrobes
Sun balcony to master suite
3 en-suite shower rooms with porcelain tiling, ceramic trays & ‘Daryl’ screens
Family bathroom with an ‘air-bath’, porcelain tiling and a steam room
Oil fired central heating.
2 Propane gas fires and 5 burner hob in kitchen with 2 ovens
Mains smoke detectors
Leaded double glazing
Sweeping gravelled driveway with 2 sets of remote controlled security gates and parking for multiple vehicles
Bespoke oak double carport
6,144 square feet including double garage
6.49 acre plot incorporating established formal landscaped gardens with a stocked man-made pond, Chinese & English gazebos, paddocks with stabling and wildflower meadows
‘ADT’ monitored alarm with CCTV & ‘dusk ‘til dawn’ external lighting
Has lapsed planning permission for an indoor swimming pool and jacuzzi built with a separate wing, Planning Reference PAP/2011/0644
North Warwickshire Borough Council.
Council Tax Band H
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