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Stunning period details throughout, such as an Inglenook fireplace, exposed beams, and period fireplaces, create an ambiance of timeless elegance, and with four spacious double bedrooms, there is ample room for the whole family.
The kitchen-dining area is the true heart of the home, boasting large glazed windows that offer breathtaking views of the garden. With space for a cosy sofa, it is an ideal spot for relaxation. The kitchen features solid timber wall and base units with Corian worktops, a Rangemaster oven, and a double Butler's sink, blending traditional charm with modern convenience. There is an integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher in the kitchen, as well as an integrated washing machine in the adjoining utility room, which also provides additional storage and leads to the downstairs cloakroom.
Wonderfully cosy, the living room features an inviting Inglenook fireplace with a log-burning stove, exposed brickwork, and feature beams, creating the perfect ambiance for intimate evenings. Large windows frame pretty views over the front garden and surrounding fields while also filling the space with natural sunlight. The second reception room, equally as light and bright, can be used as a sitting room, study, dining room, or snug. It features a bay window with captivating views and bespoke lit feature cupboards flanking the fireplace.
Upstairs, a spacious landing adorned with a feature stained glass window guides you to the bedrooms and family bathroom. The main bedroom is generously sized and offers a serene retreat with its period fireplace and stunning views of the rolling countryside fields. Connected to the main bedroom is a modern en-suite shower room with a large walk-in shower and a feature tiled floor. The family bathroom exudes country cottage charm with its wooden panel walls and a bath with a shower over.
The second bedroom, located at the front, also enjoys the breathtaking views, along with a period fireplace, while bedroom three and four overlook the garden and fields beyond. The fourth bedroom is currently being used as a study but can easily be converted back into a double bedroom to suit your needs.
Outside, the front of the property boasts a pretty cottage garden with a pathway leading to the covered porch. A driveway to the right provides parking space for a couple of cars and grants access to the garage, which includes electricity and ample storage. An EV charging point has been installed to the front of the property, catering to electric vehicle owners. The rear garden is a quintessential country cottage garden, offering views of a charming chocolate box cottage, blooming flowers, mature roses, and the fields behind. A paved seating area invites you to savour the delights of this south-facing garden while enjoying your morning coffee and the newspaper.
Jasmine Cottage sits in the small and thriving community of Bascote, which offers a mix of households from young families to retired age. There are six wonderful pubs in Long Itchington a stroll away along the canal and new footpath, as well as a Co-op, Green Man and Harvester nearby. The larger town of Southam sits just a few miles away with everything you could need right on your doorstep.
- Three words : Period. Cottage. Charm.
- Mrs Clarke loves: The garden is amazing! There are so many sociable spaces for entertaining or relaxing with a morning coffee.
- Characterful country cottage
- Quiet village location
- Rural views to the front and back of the cottage
- Mr Clarke thinks: A character cottage in a peaceful village location with rural views. Where do I sign?
- Four Bedrooms
- Driveway, Garage and EV charging point
- Three words : Period. Cottage. Charm.
There's a butchers, bakers and probably a candlestick makers
Southam is a thriving market town set in the beautiful South Warwickshire countryside. It has a rich heritage and busy social scene. Southam offers a wide selection of shops, cafes, pubs, amenities and regular markets, as well as a busy events calendar, and diverse employment and business opportunities.
Situated on the River Stowe, Southam is centrally located between the towns of Leamington Spa (approx. 7 miles) and Rugby (approx. 10 miles) with good transport links to lots of major centres. The Southam area is full of pretty villages, attractive canal waterways and beautiful Warwickshire countryside. There are many interesting and exciting things to see and do and places to visit.
Southam has three well regarded primary schools and a secondary school (Southam College) that has about 1,400 pupils from Southam and local villages. There is a fantastic leisure centre with swimming pool and gym next to the school.
The main shopping street runs through the centre of town. Each Tuesday there is a small but popular market on the upper part of the town centre’s Wood Street car park. Market Hill has a farmers’ market on the second Saturday of each month. There is a range of shops in the town centre, including a Co-Op supermarket, a small independent supermarket – Acorn Stores, a post office, a newsagent, and every other shop and service you could need.
There are lots of cracking pubs including the Black Dog, the Bowling Green, the Bull, the Market Tavern, the Old Mint and the Breeze Bar. There is also a CIU-affiliated Sports and Social Club on School Street.
Southam. A thriving market town with everything you want
- Closest village/town: Long Itchington, Napton & Offchurch are lovely
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: Lots of independent shops and a market on the main street
- Supermarket: A big Tesco is on the outskirts and a great Co-op
- Pubs: Lots of them. Mr Clarke likes The Bowling Green
- Walks: Endless walks along the river