Brewer Hill, Shipston-on-Stour

Fixed Price £117,000

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  • 1Living Spaces
  • 2Bedrooms
  • 1Bathrooms

Mr and Mrs Clarke thinks:
This home is ready to move straight into. Simply turn the key, pop the kettle on, or even better... pop a cork.

Tucked away in a small close just off London Road, this two bedroom semi-detached home sits within walking distance of Shipston-on-Stour’s charming market town centre, filled with boutique stores, stylish coffee shops and wonderful restaurants.

Mr and Mrs Clarke loves:
There is a blissful peace about the location. I really feel like I can relax here.

An exciting opportunity to acquire a 45% share of this two year old home for first time buyers eligible under the shared ownership scheme. (Help to Buy application number is required in order to proceed).

You enter the house into a bright hallway, where you can drop off the bags and coats before heading into the modern galley kitchen, complete with gas hob, electric oven, integrated fridge/freezer and a wealth of storage cabinets.

Down the hall you’ll find the open-plan living/dining room which is flooded with natural light, owing thanks to the double doors that open out onto the private rear garden. Farrow and Ball’s Strong White adorns the living room wall, while fresh neutral paint on the remaining walls and soft, neutral carpets help to keep the space feel bright and airy. A large under stairs storage cupboard can be accessed here and is perfect for storing away unsightly bits and bobs. A handy downstairs WC also sits on this floor, with vinyl flooring and a ceramic white suite.

The stairs ascend to the first floor where you are welcomed onto a sunny landing with light pouring in from both ends of the home. Both of the two bedrooms offer pretty views, with the Brailes hills to the rear and the Chapel and dog walking lane to the front. The main bedroom benefits from a large storage cupboard as well as a large built-in wardrobe with plenty of space to hang clothes. The rear bedroom is currently set up as a home office but would make a wonderful guest room, with an alcove space that would be ideal for a wardrobe, chest of drawers or dressing table. Also on this floor is the main bathroom, fully fitted with a modern suite and complete with a shower over the bath.

The sunny garden is a wonderful place to enjoy al-fresco dining and entertaining guests; a morning coffee or evening drink can be enjoyed on the grey decked terrace, while kids and dogs can run free on the lawn. A secure side gate leads to the driveway with room for two vehicles.

Perfectly positioned for those that love the outdoors, there are several public footpaths located right on the doorstep, with one leading across the fields towards Brailes hill and another leading down a popular dog walking lane beside the pretty Chapel. Sitting on the edge of the village, there are wonderful road links towards Oxford and London in one direction as well as towards Stratford-upon-Avon, Leamington and Warwick town centres in the other. 

  • Three words :  Modern. Light. Equipped.


The best place to live in the UK? Possibly.


Shipston-on-Stour has been declared one of the best places to live on more than one occasion, and to experience this quaint, historic market town is to firmly concur in its authenticity, community spirit and bountiful qualities that make it both old-school charming and contemporary in its hosting of amenities.

If tradition take your fancy, you’ll be tickled pink by the offering of cottage hospital, butchers, fishmongers and customary peppering of pubs, of this former working wool town. For a dose of daily modern life, contemporary independent businesses are right their on your doorstep. Head to Portobello Farm, the lifestyle emporium, for a perusal of the coolest pieces for design savvy folk. Antiques, vintage and pre-loved pieces are to be discovered there. The George Townhouse and the Bower House are modern gastro pubs to satiate that appetite, morning, noon and night. Further out you’ll find the Royal Oak at Whatcote and The Fuzzy Duck (careful how you say it) at Armscote to whet the whistle.

Fancy a walk along the River Stour? it’s all yours to enjoy. But, should meandering further afield spark your imagination, head over to nearby Stratford-upon-Avon for the majesty of Shakespeare’s home digs, step into the grounds of Warwick Castle, or bimble around Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh.

National Trust gems like Upton House are also close by to really seal the deal on this stunning little market town.

Moreton-in-Marsh 8 miles (mainline to London Paddington from 90 minutes) Stratford-upon-Avon 12 miles • Banbury 14 miles (mainline to London Marylebone from 54 minutes) Oxford 31 miles • Birmingham 47 miles • London 95 miles • M40 (J11) 15 miles (all distances and times are approximate)

Primary and secondary schools in Shipston-on-Stour and Chipping Campden, grammar schools for boys and girls in Stratford-upon-Avon, independent schools include Tudor Hall, Bloxham, Kitebrook, Kingham Hill and The Croft whilst further afield are Cheltenham, Rugby, Warwick and Beaudesert Park.

A town with personality and charm

  • Closest village/town: Stratford-upon-Avon just 9 miles away
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: A charming assortment of independent shops, cafés, home stores and hairdressers
  • Supermarket: Two Co-ops and a Tesco Extra for everything you could need
  • Pubs: The George Townhouse or The Lazy Pug are our favourite spots
  • Walks: Endless rambling opportunities right on the doorstep