The Poplars Poplar Road Napton
5 bed detached
outskirts of very popular village
HouseSimple is pleased to present this 5 bedroom Detached House in Napton-on-the-Hll.
Open-plan contemporary flexible living space
2 ensuites plus family bathroom
Large double/triple garage
Sought-after village location
Full alarm system
Heat recovery system
A unique and imposing property - architecturally designed to take full advantage of the breathtaking views across open countryside to the south from both front and rear gardens.
Balcony and French doors ensure rooms and garden have spectacular views, whilst a spacious, open-plan living ares and 5 bedrooms make this a very flexible and bright home. At the front is space to park 4 to 5 cars, a very large double/triple garage with a deep decked balcony above and exterior lighting. Steps lead up the the side-positioned front door.
The 90' rear garden is landscaped with a tiered lawn and full width decked area. Further steps up to small pagoda seat to regard the far reaching views.
A rural setting married with contemporary living make this home an absolute "must" to be viewed. Napton-on-the-Hill lies approximately 3 miles east of Southam, 10 miles from Gaydon, less than half an hour to Leamington Spa, Coventry and Banbury and within easy commuting distance of the M40 while London is possible on the train in under an hour. Situated on the Oxford canal, sitting under the sails of Napton's own windmill, this village provides many relaxing walks and bike rides in the countryside.
A highly sought-after Warwickshire village, Napton offers an excellent primary school with pre-school, traditional canalside pubs and a "gastro-pub" within easy reach and a friendly village shop and post-office providing essentials, local produce, fresh coffee, home-made cakes, lunches and bakery. In addition there are good sports facilities within walking distance - tennis, cricket and football clubs, fishing, canal boat hire, a church, a skate park on the far edge of the village and children's and toddler clubs. Napton also benefits from being in the catchment for the "outstanding" Southam College as well as the Lawrence Sheriff, Rugby High and Stratford upon Avon Grammar Schools.
This vibrant village is also home to numerous events including the now famous Napton Cycle Ride and bbq on the village green and the Napton Music Festival. For viewings, book online at or call .
Council Tax: Band G (£2648.00 Per Annum )
Reception Hallway: This impressive hallway features wood flooring. Doors lead to the living room, kitchen and utility room and stairs lead up to the bedrooms.
Lounge: A light and airy, spacious room opening out onto the balconied decking through sliding doors to take in the far-reaching views. A very contemporary living flame gas fire is positioned on the feature wall.
Kitchen/Dining Room: The open-plan kitchen with island is fitted with oak fronted units, wooden flooring, complemented by stainless steel double range and 5 ring gas hob with canopy. Recessed LED lights to ceiling, built in dishwasher.
Utility/ Cloak room: A glazed door gives access to the rear garden. Plumbing for washer /dryer. (Plumbing is available beneath the worktops if required to fit a sink and drainer), base and one eye level unit, central heating boiler with programmer.
Inner Hallway: An inner hallway with window to side elvation from either kitchen or living room leads to:-.
Study/Pantry: A very useful multipurpose room was previously used as a home office.
From the Hallway, stairs lead up to:
Master Suite (Bedroom 1): Double glazed window to the front where the views over fields can be admired. Built-in double wardrobes with variety of shelving and clothes rails. Door leading to En-suite.
En-suite to Master suite: Newly fitted semi-wet room/shower room with white suite with wash hand basin with illuminated mirror over and low level WC with slim cistern. Walk –in ceramic tiled shower area with glass screen and combined waterfall/standard shower fittings. (NB. En-suite is large enough for a full size bath if required).
Guest suite (Bedroom 2): Double glazed window to the front where the views over fields can again be enjoyd. The perfect retreat for guests. Built-in double wardrobes with variety of shelving and clothes rails. Door leading to En-suite.
En-suite to Guest suite: White suite with tiled shower cubicle, Belfast sink and WC, extractor fan and shaver point. (NB. En-suite is large enough for a full size bath if required).
Bedroom 3: With a large double glazed window overlooking the garden this good-sized bedroom has space for a double bed and a wall of wardrobes.
Bedroom 4: With a large double glazed window overlooking the garden this good-sized bedroom has space for a double bed and has fitted cupboards and vanity unit (with plumbing for a sink unit if required). It is currently used as an work from home office for 2/3 people.
Family bathroom: White suite with a large, deep bath and obscure-double glazed window to side elevation. Shaver point and extractor fan.
Inner Landing: With large airing cupboard giving access to a recently fitted unvented pressurised water tank which provides plenty of hot water for a family. Stairs lead up to:-
Bedroom 5: Substantial room in the eaves with double-glazed Velux window to rear giving views over the garden. The upper level is currently used as a playroom/family games room.
Outside: Outside there is a Hartley Botanic Greenhous to the side (www.hartley-botanic.co.uk) with steps up to the 90' rear garden. This is landscaped with a tiered lawn, mature trees and full width decked area with a garden shed and sleeper retaining wall.. Further steps up to small pagoda seat to regard the far reaching views.
To the front is space to park 4 to 5 cars, an additional sloping driveway and very large garage and.workshop (with remote control door, hoist and pit). Above is a deep decked balcony with exterior lighting leading of the main living area.
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