Mr Clarke says :
The home was built in 2004 and it is in immaculate condition.
Howarth Court is a modern home set in beautiful surroundings in the pretty village of Water Orton. Set over three storeys the town house has a large open plan kitchen, living room with views over the village green, four bedrooms two with ensuite bathrooms a family bathroom. There is a garage, parking and a beautifully landscaped private garden.
Water Orton is a quiet village that enjoys the trappings of village life; great school, cracking pub, sports clubs, country walks and a friendly community. It is how connected the village is that makes it very attractive. You can be whizzing up the M6, nipping into Solihull or Birmingham for retail therapy, flying out of Birmingham Airport or catching a train to London within minutes. It is the perfect mix of rural and accessible (I think estate agents call that semi-rural!)
Built in 2004, Howarth Court is nicely designed to enjoy social life as well as quiet rooms. There is lots of storage and space and a great garden. The open plan kitchen is the beating heart of the home, where you look out to the pretty garden and the outside becomes an extension of the home in warmer weather.
The home is in immaculate condition and new owners could move in, unpack and start enjoying the home easily. All electrics, plumbing and heating are modern and efficient. The home is well insulated making it warm and cosy.
The Living Room on the first floor has lovely views and it is a quiet and relaxing space to host a party or curl up and watch Saturday night TV.
For all the details about this fantastic home visit mrandmrsclarke.com or call us to arrange a viewing.
Mrs Clarke says :
I love the large, open-plan kitchen. Everyone would end up in here on an evening and weekend. In the summer the garden will be great.
There are four great bedrooms set over the top two floors. On the first floor are the two smaller sleeping spaces. Bedroom four could easily be turned into a study or playroom if you don’t need four bedrooms. Bedroom three is a double room with a door to the family bathroom. The landing is spacious and there is an airing cupboard and a door leading to the beautiful Living Room.
Up the stairs onto the second floor you find two big bedrooms, each with an en-suite shower room as well as built in storage.
The integral garage is perfect for storage of all those bits you don’t want cluttering the home or it can house a car if you are that way inclined.
The east facing walled garden is fenced to both sides making it a private and tranquil space. There are mature trees to the rear, which add a green vista when you are enjoying a summer barbecue. In the Autumn the acer trees change a beautiful colour. There is a great decking area and a pergola with a stunning climbing rose.
- Style : Modern home in a pretty village
- Lifestyle : The semi-rural dream
- Three words : Stylish. Modern. Home.
Our favourite part
The kitchen is one of those rooms that everyone congregates in to be together.
Meaning : Farm By The Bank
The English Village idyll conjures up images of pubs spilling out onto the village green, the sound of leather on willow from the cricket club and the fragrance of lovingly tended gardens. That is all well and good but you sometimes need to get into the hustle and bustle of city life. This is why living the semi-rural dream is so in demand. Water Orton offers you all the trimmings of village life... friendly people, a couple of cracking boozers, country walks, village school etc etc. But you can be in Brilliant Brum quicker than than the shake of a lambs tail.
Water Orton has a wide variety of services, including a small High Street with a variety of shops and take aways, two pubs, a Primary School, two other Churches, doctor and dental surgeries, two parks, a Cricket Club (Water Orton CC), a Rugby Club (Old Saltleians RFC) and two amateur football sides. In 2010, a new village hall was completed, replacing the Parish Hall. In addition, Water Orton is home to the amateur dramatics company, (Company of the Curtain), who produced all of their productions in the Parish Hall until December 2008. As well as rail services both in the village, and a short distance away in Coleshill, there is a half-hourly, switching to hourly in the evenings, bus service (number 70; formerly 90) to Birmingham and Coleshill. Some new housing was built during 2003 and 2004. Local events include an annual summer carnival and car boot sales.
The village is close to the M6, M6 toll and M42 motorways. Water Orton railway station was built in 1842 and is located at the junction of the B4118 and Birmingham Road.
Living the semi-rural dream
- Closest village/town: Shustoke, Coleshill and Curdworth
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: A buzzing High Street with everything you need
- Supermarket: Take your pick...
- Pubs: The Dog and The Digby are both great
- Walks: Endless country walks
- Four bedrooms, two with ensuite shower rooms, plus a family bathroom.
- Large open-plan kitchen and a beautiful Living Room overlooking the village green.
- Beautifully landscaped garden, garage and garden.
- Howarth Court is a private, non-through road.
- Council Tax Band E (£1972.92 Per Annum)
- Fast broadband
- Postcode B46 1RF