Lingfield Crescent, Stratford-Upon-Avon

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£265,000


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Smart Mews House

Mrs Clarke

This smart three bedroom mews house is bursting with space and is in a fabulous location, making it a great home. There is a potentially good rental yield if you are a property investor.

Inside you find a large sitting room, modern kitchen / dining room, conservatory, three bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside there are gardens, a garage and off street parking for two cars.

Lingfield Crescent is a quiet spot just off Seven Meadow Road. You are close to Stratford upon Avon racecourse and within walking distance of the Town centre. The Crescent has a range of detached and mews style properties built 18 years ago.

  • Mr Clarke likes : the rental potential
  • 1Living Spaces
  • 3Bedrooms
  • 1Bathrooms
  • Mrs Clarke likes : the spacious interior and pretty garden
Lingfield Crescent, Stratford-Upon-Avon
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Summary

  • Style : Smart mews house
  • Location : On the doorstep of the racecourse and within walking distance of the town centre
  • Three Words : Smart. Mews. House.
  • Our favourite part
Lingfield Crescent, Stratford-Upon-Avon

Location

More than Shakespeare

Bursting with culture, cafés and class

Stratford upon Avon is a world-renowned destination for those seeking culture, but what is it like for the locals? Stratford is a fantastic place to live, amazing walks and parks, great shopping, more restaurants than you can ever dream of as well as outstanding schools, the River Avon and beautiful countryside beyond.

Stratford dates back over 800 years and this is evident in some of the architecture that surrounds the town, including William Shakespeare’s birthplace which still stands proud in the town today. Stratford, however is not a town stuck in its past and has a fully embraced modern life. The beautiful Bancroft Gardens on the Waterside is a destination of choice when the sun is out, enjoy a coffee or a glass of something stronger at the waterside restaurants and cafes while you take in the hustle and bustle of musician’s, performers or simply watching children run around chasing birds.

Head further into the town and you will enjoy a full range of shops, from the high-street chains to the independents, several galleries, is it time for a tea break? You’ll be spoilt for choice from the more traditional afternoon teas including the amazing cream cakes at Hobson’s Pattisserie or enjoy a more modern take at the Boston Tea Party or Pantry.

For the foodies amongst us, there is the fortnightly Farmer’s Market or the monthly Sip + Supper Club; bringing together a vibrant bunch of local independent businesses ready and raring to share their finest produce with you. There are a number of specialist food and drink shops including Paxton and Whitfield, Vinology and Truffles Chocolatier as well as the yearly Food Festival.

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?

As the evening draws in you have plenty of restaurants to choose from including British, Mediterranean and Thai. Fancy a cocktail? Then head to the RSC Rooftop Terrace before watching a play at the World Famous Royal Shakespeare Company Theatre or head to the champagne bar at The Arden Hotel before a walk along the river.

Mrs Clarke loves the selection of independent shops as well as catching a play at the RSC or an old film classic at the Picture House Cinema

Mr Clarke enjoys a pint or two at the Old Thatch Tavern, Encore, Dirty Duck and Cox’s Yard followed by hiring a boat on the Avon to show off his rowing skills to impress Mrs C.

Outstanding schools including King Edward VI Grammar and Stratford Girls’ Grammar School

  • Closest village/town: 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: Supermarkets: 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

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