A substantial family home overlooking 43 acres of its own land and woodland, with outbuildings and extensive views of the North Cotswold Hills, situated on the edge of a very popular village. EPC: C
Caley Fields Farm is situated the edge of Ilmington in a stunning rural location, approached down a tree lined gravelled driveway with extensive parking. Completed in 2013, the property has been sympathetically extended in Cotswold stone and enjoys glorious views over rolling countryside.
The property provides spacious and comfortable accommodation with well proportioned rooms ideally suited to entertaining and family life with, at the heart of the home, a superb modern kitchen. The four bedrooms and two bathrooms located on the first floor take advantage of the views across the surrounding countryside. The second floor store rooms could be converted to bedroom accommodation, subject to the usual consents. Lawned gardens lie adjacent to the property and terracing and a small orchard. Planning permission has been granted for a double garage with studio/office above.
To the north side is a range of modern general purposes farm buildings with extensive yard which would lend themselves to equestrian use with ample room for a manege and walker as well as numerous boxes; there is a three phase electrical supply to the yard.
The land lies principally to the north and west of the property comprising of about 22 acres of arable and 21 acres of woodland planted in 2001 with mainly indigenous broadleaf trees. The arable land is currently farmed by a local farmer under an annual shared farming agreement which could be continued if a future owner wished.
Chipping Campden 5 miles, Shipston on Stour 4 miles, Moreton in Marsh 7 miles (trains to London Paddington), Stratford upon Avon 8 miles, Leamington Spa and Warwick 15 miles, M40 (J15) 15 miles, Banbury and the M40 (J11) 20 miles (trains to London Marylebone), Birmingham International Airport 30 miles, Oxford 32 miles (Distances approx)
Caley Fields Farm is situated close to the village of Ilmington, on the northern edge of the Cotswolds and the highest point in Warwickshire.
Ilmington Village facilities include the parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, village shop, award winning dining pub The Howard Arms, public house, village hall and primary school. Further everyday needs can be found in the nearby market towns of Shipston on Stour and Chipping Campden and further shopping and leisure facilities in Stratford upon Avon, the region’s cultural centre with its Shakespearean theatres.
There is a wide range of schools in the area, including Chipping Campden High School.