Lingfield Crescent, Stratford-Upon-Avon for sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent

For sale Sold Lingfield Crescent, Stratford-Upon-Avon £265,000

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Alex Clarke & Paul Clarke Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent in Warwickshire
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Lingfield Crescent, Stratford-Upon-Avon for sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent

living

Mr Clarke likes :
the rental potential

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.

Lingfield Crescent, Stratford-Upon-Avon for sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent

kitchen

Lingfield Crescent, Stratford-Upon-Avon for sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent

welcome home

Mrs Clarke likes :
the spacious interior and pretty garden

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.
Lingfield Crescent, Stratford-Upon-Avon for sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent

view from outside

Our favourite part

Stratford Upon Avon

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?
"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