Grump Street, Ilmington, Warwickshire, CV36

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Delightful Cotswold stone detached cottage in the popular north Cotswold village of Ilmington.

Charming three bedroom house with a wealth of period features throughout and a spacious detached home office with double doors onto the garden

Enclosed stone porch with tiled roof and stone tiled flooring

Beautiful snug / dining room with large inglenook fireplace, features include inset wood-burner, recessed shelving, window seat and pale oak beams

Dining area with flagstone floor and exposed red brick and stone fireplace

Bright and spacious dual aspect sitting room with doors to utility and downstairs shower room

Dual aspect light kitchen / breakfast room with view and stable door to the garden, Range cooker with extractor over, integral dishwasher, breakfast bar and wooden worksurfaces, terracotta tiled floor

Triple aspect principal bedroom with built-in wardrobes

Dual aspect bedroom two with built-in wardrobes and cupboard

Bedroom three

Main bathroom with a corner bath

Separate large dual aspect vaulted annexe, currently used as a home office

EPC Band E



Council tax – band F

Tax payable for 2022/23 - £2,978.46


Main water, electricity and drainage are connected

Oil fired central heating

Average broadband speeds advertised within this post code are up to 74.1 Mbps if provider is BT


Penn Cottages sits within a Conservation Area in the village of Ilmington which itself lies within the Cotswolds 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'

It is a charming village with a primary school, church, sports and recreation ground, two public houses and a community run shop and cafe

Close by are the market towns of Shipston-on-Stour (4 miles) and Chipping Campden (5.5), as well as Stratford-upon-Avon (8) for High Street shopping, theatre and horse racing

To London by train from Moreton-in-Marsh (8 miles) to Paddington is from approximately 92 minutes and from Banbury (23) to Marylebone from 55 minutes

London and Birmingham by road via M40 (J11 and J15)


A side gate opens to a terraced area with path to the front door

The garden is on several levels with lawned areas, mature shrub borders and ornamental trees, and steps leading up to the various levels; views across rooftops from the top of the garden to distant hills beyond

There is a large terrace area ideal for alfresco dining

It is divided with Cotswold stone walls

Gravelled parking for a large car

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