Lower End, Priors Hardwick, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
The current owner undertook an extensive and sympathetic conversion to create a spacious home with flexible and versatile accommodation including an independent 1 bedroom annexe, located within the south wing of the property.

The accommodation comprises well-proportioned rooms with great detail shown to the original character features throughout. A stunning vaulted drawing room and galleried dining room offer space and light for serious entertaining; a useful study area for hybrid working; sitting room ideal for winter evenings and a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with the views.

The principal bedroom is located on the first floor and has a generous en-suite bathroom. The guest bedroom, located on the ground floor, also benefits from an en-suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and two bathrooms that are all of generous sizes.

Annexe/Bedroom five, is situated in the south wing of the property and is an independent annexe with a sitting room, kitchen and bedroom with bathroom.


The property is located towards the end of a small country lane running out of the village. The lane services just a handful of properties. The barn wraps around a courtyard providing space for entertaining and parking. To the rear is an orchard paddock whilst to the front is an open section of land access the lane from the property, this aspect looks across open countryside towards the canal in the distance.


Priors Hardwick is a pretty village situated on the borders of Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire. The village has a 13th century church and a renowned restaurant, The Butchers Arms. Nearby towns of Banbury, Daventry, and Warwick offers shopping, leisure and educational facilities. The neighbouring village, Priors Marston has a popular primary school (an Academy Free School), offering free education to the children of Priors Hardwick and Priors Marston. Public and preparatory schools in the area including Rugby, Stowe, Warwick School, Tudor Hall, Bilton Grange

and Winchester House. Easy access to London and The North using either the M1 or M40 motorway, and trains from Rugby, or Leamington Spa into Birmingham and London Euston and from Banbury into Birmingham and London Marylebone. Birmingham Airport is approximately 30 miles away. Extensive shopping and commercial facilities are available within Banbury.

Mainline railway stations providing regular services to London and the North. Banbury to Marylebone (approximately 56 minutes peak time) and Rugby to Euston (approximately 55 minutes).

Additional Information


Mains water, electricity

Local Authority

Warwickshire County Council.

Council Tax

Band H.

01295 367838

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