Welsh Road, Offchurch

CV33 9AH

Guide Price £850,000
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 4
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Impressively Re-modelled Detached Cottage
  • Sought After Village Location
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Kitchen With Aga
  • Three Bathroom
  • Attractive Mature Gardens
  • Ample Parking
  • Double Garage
Having been formed from three former agricultural cottages and having origins that date to the Tudor period, this imposing detached cottage has been extended, refurbished and modernised in 1998 and is attractively positioned within the conservation area just a short walk from the centre of the characterful village of Offchurch. The property still retains much of its original character with period features including exposed timbers, inglenook fireplaces and former bread ovens. The oil centrally heated accommodation also affords considerable flexibility with four reception rooms to the ground floor along with four first floor bedrooms complimented by two first floor bathrooms and a further shower room to the ground floor. Outside, there is ample parking providing direct access to a modern double garage with useful loft room over, whilst the attractive rear garden features a cedar summer house with views extending over countryside to both the front and rear of the property. The Osier offers a rare opportunity to purchase a home of substance and character within a highly thought of village.

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We understand that mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. We have not carried out any form of testing of appliances, central heating or other services and prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their condition and efficiency.

The village of Offchurch is a highly thought of small village of exceptional character which is positioned around 3 miles east of Leamington Spa. Notable amenities within the village including the popular pub and eatery, The Stag's Head, along with an active village hall and St Gregory Parish Church. Despite its semi rural location, Offchurch is particularly well located for access to nearby towns and centres along with links to the Midland motorway network, notably the M40, and the Jaguar Land Rover and Aston Martin installations at Gaydon.

Oak entrance door giving access to:-

With double glazed window, beamed ceiling, tiled floor and inner door to:-

SITTING ROOM 3.66m into inglenook fireplace x 3.86m (12'37" int
With the inglenook fireplace housing the original bread oven. Dual aspect double glazed windows, oak staircase off ascending to the first floor and door to:-

STUDY 4.57m x 2.13m (15'44" x 7'34")
Equipped with a range of fitted office furniture comprising base cupboards, drawers, corner work station and matching wall storage and book shelving. Access to roof storage space, double glazed windows to rear and door giving external access to the garden.

DINING ROOM 4.27m x 3.73m into inglenook fireplace (14'84" x 1
With the inglenook again having a recess to what would originally have been the bread oven. Double glazed windows to front elevation, beamed ceiling and door to:-

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 4.27m x 3.05m (14'67" x 10'99")
Being equipped with a range of oak panelled farmhouse style units comprising coordinating base cupboards, drawers and wall cabinets, integrated dishwasher, together with integrated larder style fridge, granite effect worktops with tiled splashbacks, oil fired Aga set into an inglenook with beam over, together with beamed ceiling and inset sink unit with mixer tap, quarry tiled floor, double glazed window to front and access to understairs storage.

UTILITY ROOM 3.96m x 1.83m (13'37" x 6'49")
With stainless steel sink unit and fitted base and wall cabinets to match those in the kitchen. Oak staircase off ascending to the first floor, free standing Worcester oil fired central heating boiler, space and connection for washing machine, space for freezer, double glazed window, stable style door giving external access to the rear garden and further door to:-

With partly ceramic tiled walls and white fittings comprising low level WC, wash hand basin with integrated storage below, corner shower enclosure with Mira fitted electric shower unit, built-in shelved storage cupboard and double glazed window.

LOUNGE 5.79m x 4.27m (19'85" x 14'13")
A spacious room with double glazed windows to two sides and featuring a large inglenook style brick fireplace with beam over and open fire, far reaching views from the front over countryside, as well as views to the rear and double glazed French style doors giving external access to the garden.


With two rear facing double glazed roof lights, built-in storage and solid oak ledge and brace style doors (these extend throughout the house) giving access to:-

BEDROOM ONE 4.88m x 4.27m (16'62" x 14'17")
With triple aspect double glazed windows with views to neighbouring countryside, built-in wardrobes and storage,

BEDROOM TWO 3.66m x 3.35m (12'99" x 11'85")
With dual aspect double glazed windows and built-in wardrobe/cupboard.

BEDROOM THREE 3.66m x 3.38m (12'15" x 11'01")
With visible original Tudor timber roof framing and double glazed window to front.

BEDROOM FOUR 3.89m x 2.44m (12'09" x 8'50")
With built-in wardrobe/storage, original Tudor roof frame and double glazed window.

With four piece white suite comprising low level WC, wash hand basin with integrated storage below, shaped corner bath with centre mounted mixer tap, corner shower enclosure with Mira electric shower unit and double glazed window and underfloor heating.

Again having modern white fittings comprising low level WC, wash hand basin with integrated storage below and to side, corner shower enclosure with Mira electric shower unit, double glazed window to rear, chrome towel warmer and underfloor heating.


The property is accessed directly from Welsh Road onto a large pebble driveway providing ample parking space for several vehicles and to one side of which is an attractive tiered foregarden set with various trees including mature holly and slate chipping beds. A pathway gives access to the front entrance door. Direct vehicular access can also be gained from the driveway to:-

DETACHED BRICK BUILT GARAGE 5.49m x 5.49m measured internally (18'97" x 18'62"
With Cedar double electrically operated door fronting, power and light supply with individual consumer unit, window to side and stairs off ascending to:-

FIRST FLOOR GARAGE ROOM 5.49m x 3.35m (18'99" x 11'33")
A useful multi-purpose space with gable end window.

Which also extends to the far side of the house. The rear section of garden has a combination of block pavioured terracing, lawned areas and a large flower bed and to one corner a substantial and useful cedar summer house which forms a notable feature of the garden. To the far side of the house is a further area of garden, part of which is used as a vegetable garden with the remainder being attractively set with Cotswold stone pathways and stocked beds and borders. There is also a useful timber garden shed and the oil storage tank is positioned to the far corner.

Postcode for sat-nav - CV33 9AH.


  • Impressively Re-modelled Detached Cottage
  • Sought After Village Location
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Kitchen With Aga
  • Three Bathroom
  • Attractive Mature Gardens
  • Ample Parking
  • Double Garage

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