Mr Clarke thinks :
I'll never get tired of looking at the countryside views.
This lovely and bright home has fantastic amounts of space for the family to play and relax - not to mention windows large enough that the views over rolling hills feel like your garden. This is the semi-rural living dream, and it's being sold chain free. This home combines practicality with volume and light; you have everything you would want and need right here. There is a lovely local community, not just around Chadwick End, but on this cul-de-sac in particular. Everyone is lovely and you’ll be sure to make friends with the neighbours.
Park your car on your own private driveway, step inside, and hang your coat up in the welcoming hallway. Nestled in roughly a quarter acre plot, Chadwick Mews gives you a mixture of open plan and intimate spaces so that the layout of each room can be different and be shaped for the activities your family enjoys doing.
You can’t help but soak up the sun and space when you walk into the large open plan kitchen. You can be catching up on Netflix, helping with homework at the dining table, watching the dogs play in the garden, whilst chopping veg all in once place. This is a warm room, and we reckon it’s the heart of the home.
Head to the living room for those well earned relaxation evenings, curl up in front of the feature log burner with a cup of tea. The double doors leading out into the lush garden can be thrown open, so you can truly bring the outside in. Throughout the home the neutral decor is calming, but also offers the interior design up to your imagination.
Mrs Clarke loves :
The quality of design; from the oak flooring to the cornicing.
With lush green grass, concealable pond, admirable patio, and shrub borders, there’s nothing you’re missing in the garden. You can set up a tennis net, have friends over for a barbecue (and use the dedicated entertaining area aside the house) or even start a veg patch.
Back inside, climb the staircase and find five lovely, bright double bedrooms as well as a space for study, games or reading. The spacious family bathroom offers a chill vibe with a bath and separate shower. There is also a large, separate garage, whilst the house has previously had planning permission for considerable extension work, if you felt compelled to add to the existing 2163 square feet, that is. And let's not forget the green credentials here - solar panels on the roof add a four-figure income each year.
- Style : Neutral decor so you can move straight in and put your own stamp on the place.
- Three words : Perfect. Family. Home.
Our favourite part
The stunning interior and the whimsical setting. Chadwick Mews is delightful inside and out.
Nestled in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside sits 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 Michelin starred restaurant Peel's 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.
- Living Room: Dual aspect windows and patio doors to let the light in, and a new Stovax log burner.
- Working from home: A separate carpeted snug room acts as a study.
- Kitchen: New Wren kitchen with Karndean floor, well-crafted island unit accompanied with induction hob, ceiling extractor fan, drawers on 3 sides - allowing to optimise storage and large extensive worktop area. Includes wine cooler, double Neff oven and dishwasher.
- Garden: 1/4 acre plot (approx.) hosting mature fruit trees (apple, pear & damson) and has 2 seating patio areas.
- Parking: The existing tarmac drive has space for 5/6 cars which can be extended. In addition there is a double garage with electric up and over door.
- Sustainability: Solar panel with annual income steam (approx. £1,700 per annum).
- Technology: Fast broadband & nest heating.
- Council tax band: F.
- Local Authority: Solihull.
- Tenure: Freehold.