Netherwood Lane, Solihull


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  • 4Living Spaces
  • 4Bedrooms
  • 3Bathrooms

Ben thinks:
The potential is endless.

This large four bedroom house occupies a wonderful semi-rural location in the picturesque village of Chadwick End. The modern property extends over 3,500 sq ft and is set in 0.5 acres of lovely gardens.

Ben loves:
This home has a snug soul.

The Willows is nestled on a quiet lane with exclusive homes and open countryside for neighbours. In addition to the main house, there is a triple garage that has planning permission to convert into an annexe, which would be ideal for a range of uses. Perfectly located for easy access to the surrounding countryside, connections to the capital and second city are also excellent, with train services running from Dorridge to London Marylebone in 90 minutes and Birmingham in 20 minutes.

The primary entrance is positioned at the front of the house, leading through to a wide entrance hall and the reception rooms beyond. Perhaps the most charming room is the expansive living room with bucolic views, space for living and entertaining and a warm vibe. Also on the ground floor is a large modern kitchen with adjoining dining room, big home office, utility and two cloakrooms.

A beautifully crafted bespoke staircase leads up to the first floor. The main bedroom suite, with en-suite bathroom, has great storage and lots of space. There is a second bedroom with an en-suite shower room accessed via a separate staircase, as well as two further bedrooms and a family bathroom off the main landing.

Externally, a triple garage provides excellent storage and workshop space. Planning permission has been granted to convert this space into a wonderful annexe, which could be used to suit the new owner's requirements. The house has two main garden areas, a secluded south facing garden at the rear with vast lawn and a beautiful tree as a focal point. The garden at the front provides more relaxing and playing space, as well as a large parking area.

  • Three words :  Location. Location. Location

Chadwick End

Nestled in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside sits Chadwick End

Chadwick End

Luxurious country living is how we describe the idylic village of Chadwick End.

Whilst feeling like you are in the middle of the countryside, far from the madding crowd, you are actually so well connected that you could be in London in under two hours, Birmingham in thirty minutes or Geneva in three hours thirty minutes. Whatever your mode of transport the choice is there – M40, M42, M6, M1, Warwick Parkway and Dorridge train stations and the excellent Birmingham International Airport are close by.

Education is outstanding – Solihull School, the Warwick and Leamington Independent schools and Bromsgrove are all close. Arden is an exceptional state option. Local primaries include Lapworth (it’s wonderful) and Ferncumbe.

Never mind the boring stuff… what’s happening around Chadwick End? Mr Clarke can often be found in the fabulous Orange Tree pub. Mrs Clarke quite likes it too although she usually heads to the choice of restaurants at Hampton Manor when she has a spare moment. A little closer to home you also find The Boot in Lapworth or The Tom O’ The Wood in Rowington.

Shopping and cultural hubs are in every direction: Birmingham, Leamington Spa, Warwick, Solihull and Stratford-upon-Avon are all close enough to go shopping, grab a coffee or head to the cinema.

Neighbours are an eclectic mix of the rich, the powerful, the famous and the farmers. It makes for a great atmosphere in the pubs and local shops.

Private and Exclusive

  • Closest village/town: Knowle, Dorridge and Lapworth are moments away
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: The deli at The Bread Collection, Knowle is like food shopping in Milan.
  • Supermarket: We do Ocado around here darling! Or Waitrose in Solihull or Sainsburys in Dorridge
  • Pubs: The Orange Tree is superb and very stylish - pizza, prosecco & posh pint kind of pub. Perfect.
  • Walks: Join the NT (you know if you know) and walk around Baddesley Clinton or Packwood - then have a cup of tea.