'Ladbroke House' is a charming largely Georgian Grade ll listed period country residence, nestled within approximately 12 acres of mature gardens and extending grazing land, swimming pool with walled
Ladbroke is a charming village set in a conservation area in rural Warwickshire with a Parish Church, Village hall and popular gastro pub 'The Bell Inn'. The nearby market town of Southam (2 miles) provides a range of shops and services. The village is well placed to junction 12 of the M40 (5 miles) and Warwick Parkway (11 miles), Rugby (14 miles) and Banbury (13 miles). Birmingham International Airport is approximately 34 miles away.
The property is set back from the road and accessed via a private driveway flanked by wrought iron railings past the west front of the house to the courtyard and bungalow beyond.
Ladbroke House offers about 5,684 sq ft of living accommodation and retains many period features but could benefit from refurbishment and some updating. The accommodation comprises: an impressive Reception Hall forms a superb focal point of the ground floor with doors leading to a delightful Drawing Room, with feature fireplace and dual views over grounds, Dining Room, Library/Music Room and Family Snug with 'French' doors onto the front garden. The kitchen with four oven 'Aga' and adjoining Utility Room could benefit from modernization. The sizeable Cellar is accessed from the Utility Room. From the side Vestibule, access is provided to a self-contained Office/Annexe and also to the sizeable open fronted garage which houses the oil tanks and provides covered parking for several vehicles. The first floor has two split level landing areas offering access to a boarded Attic, six double bedrooms, two of which have En-suite Bath/Shower Rooms, a Kitchenette with Bathroom and separate WC.
Situated off the courtyard adjacent to the main house, this detached bungalow offers 1,718 sq ft of living accommodation with front and rear gardens. The generous sized Lounge/Dining Room with open fireplace leads into an open plan glazed extension with delightful outlook over gardens and grounds. Further accommodation consists of breakfast kitchen, four bedrooms, Bathroom and separate WC.
This classic, brick built period building donning a 'Cupola' and weathervane provides a ground floor area of 2,526 sq ft. Part single, part two storey and currently divided into seven workshops. The building has potential for conversion (subject to local Council Planning Permission & Building Regulations). Adjacent to the Coach House is a row of nine brick built traditional stables currently used for storage and to house the swimming pool plant.
Situated behind the Coach House is an enclosed yard with steel framed building.
The estate nestles comfortably within approximately 2 acres of easily maintained gardens and picturesque pond with a further 10 acres of surrounding grazing land giving permanent open outlook and protection. Additional land may be available by separate negotiation.
We can confirm that mains water and electricity are connected, there is a private drainage system and there is no gas to the main house, the heating is by means of oil fired central heating, but gas we understand is connected to the adjacent stable block. The property benefits from 3-phase power supply.
There are no Public Rights of Way across the property.
The property known as Ladbroke House has an Energy Rating of Band F
The Bungalow has an Energy Rating of Band E
Stratford -upon-Avon District Council, Elizabeth House, Church Street, Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire CV37 6HX