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A beautiful Grade II-listed former rectory in the Warwickshire countryside

Town & Country UK logo Town & Country UK 10/06/2019 Isabel Carr
a castle on top of a lush green field: Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Whichford House is the ideal rural retreat for entertaining friends and family © James Kerr Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Whichford House is the ideal rural retreat for entertaining friends and family

THE PROPERTY: Whichford House is an idyllic home with exquisite gardens and grounds on the Oxfordshire border. The swimming pool, tennis court and outbuildings make this the perfect place for summer entertaining, while the three cosy reception-rooms are ideally suited to winter evenings and soirées.

a large brick building with green grass: A Grade II-listed former rectory in Warwickshire © James Kerr A Grade II-listed former rectory in Warwickshire

THE LOCATION: In the heart of rolling Warwickshire countryside, the property is nestled in the sought-after village of Whichford. Only 20 minutes away is the chic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, home to Amanda Brooks’ country store Cutter Brooks, which serves the local design aficionados with textiles, homeware and clothing. Soho Farmhouse and prestigious schools such as Tudor Hall, Radley and St Edward’s are all within close distance.

a room filled with furniture and a large window: A Grade II-listed former rectory in Warwickshire © James Kerr A Grade II-listed former rectory in Warwickshire

THE INTERIOR: This large eight-bedroom property has been beautifully preserved and looked after to the highest calibre, with period details such as decorative columns and fireplaces. The light, spacious rooms include eight bedrooms, five bathrooms and a large hallway with a grand staircase leading up to the first floor.

a living room filled with furniture and a bed in a bedroom: A Grade II-listed former rectory in Warwickshire © James Kerr A Grade II-listed former rectory in Warwickshire

WHY WE LOVE IT: With its expansive grounds and rural location, Whichford House benefits from its setting in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, while being close to popular cultural hotspots.

BUY IT NOW: £6,000,000 with Knight Frank

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