Darlow Drive, Stratford-upon-Avon

Guide Price £165,000

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  • 1Living Spaces
  • 2Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms

Mr and Mrs Clarke thinks:
Perfectly proportioned and wonderfully bright, Darlow Drive is a fantastic starter home.

Tucked away in a quiet close just off Alcester Road sits this two bedroom end of terrace home, within walking distance of Stratford-upon-Avon’s charming town centre, filled with boutique stores, stylish coffee shops, wonderful restaurants and pretty riverside.

Mr and Mrs Clarke loves:
The location - with enviable proximity to beautiful Stratford upon Avon and its bustling centre.

This is an exciting opportunity to acquire a 50% share of this two bedroom end of terrace home, well configured for modern living.

Stepping into the home, the entryway offers space to drop off coats and bags before heading through to the expansive living space. A large bay window to the front floods the room with natural sunlight, while there’s enough space for two large sofas to comfortably accommodate family and friends. An open doorway provides an effortless connection into the sociable kitchen/dining room.

Modern white cupboards with matt black handles offer an abundance of storage space, and an integrated dishwasher and four ring gas hob makes cooking a breeze. A large American fridge/freezer sits to the other side, and you’ll find an additional storage cupboard and wine rack perfect for housing your favourite red. There’s space for a good sized table and chairs here too, allowing cooking and entertaining to occur simultaneously.

A glass panel door leads out onto the sunny rear garden, thoughtfully split into various zones including a lower patio area for dining al-fresco, a low maintenance astroturfed lawn and a top patio area, the perfect spot for sun loungers or an outdoor sofa to relax and capture the afternoon rays.

The ground floor is also home to a WC and handy storage space, perfect for storing household items and acting as a make shift utility space (we’re thinking muddy paws and wellies!)

Upstairs, two generous bedrooms sit at either end of the landing, both flooded with natural light and each offering sleek built in wardrobes. There’s a handy office nook on the landing cleverly crafted by the existing owners, while this could be easily converted back into a storage cupboard if desired.

Outside, you’ll find plenty of street parking in front of the home but there’s a private garage just down the road with room to securely park one vehicle.

  • Three words :  Location. Flexible. Bright.
Darlow Drive, Stratford-upon-Avon. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Darlow Drive, Stratford-upon-Avon. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Darlow Drive, Stratford-upon-Avon. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

Our favourite part
The separate garage and its potential to be set up however you like.

Stratford Upon Avon

Bursting with culture, cafés and class

Stratford Upon Avon

Stratford upon Avon is a world-renowned destination for those seeking culture, but what is it like for the locals?
“We love living here. When you scratch away the tourist veneer you find a buzzing town with a real sense of community”, explains one local we bump into at The One Elm pub.
Let’s split Stratford into two: The Everyday and The Special Occasions.
Mr Clarke will give you the run down of what you need to know for every day life;
You have every supermarket within walking distance of the town centre – If I want gin or nappies I head to Aldi, a posh meal deal I go to M&S, the weekly shop Tesco and everything in between I try to keep it local at the weekly market.
Schools? There are as many great school options as there are supermarkets. From the outstanding Stratford Primary & Broad Street School to Stratford Prep, KES, Shottery and Stratford High.
Everyday life and whatever your preferences are – Stratford has it covered.

Now onto the fun bit. Here are Mrs Clarke’s tips…
Favourite restaurant – Salt is a small but perfectly formed place for a romantic meal or a night out with Mr C!
Best night out – Drinks at the Townhouse, a play at the theatre, a drink at The Dirty Duck and sleep at Hotel Du Vin
Weekends are spent – playing tennis, lunch at One Elm, feeding the ducks with the kids then the Everyman cinema.
Top tip – the antiques at Bonds just outside of town are fab and the curry at Aladins in Tiddington are amazing.

Historic past, with a fantastic future; from festivals and plays to great shopping, huge range of restaurants and surrounded by beautiful countryside – what’s not to like?

  • Closest village/town: Stratford is surrounding by picturesque villages or and both Warwick and Leamington Spa are within a short drive.
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: Lots of great independent shops and High Street favourites
  • Supermarket: Waitrose just outside the town as well as a number of other large stores
  • Pubs: So many
  • Walks: Along the Avon or take a stroll or bike along The Greenway