Churchill House Henley Street, Alcester, Warwickshire

Floorplans For Churchill House Henley Street, Alcester, Warwickshire Floorplans For Churchill House Henley Street, Alcester, Warwickshire


Churchill House is a very fine Grade II* Listed town house dating from the early 17th Century occupying a lovely position close to the Town Hall and St Nicholas's Church. The front elevation bears the date of 1688 and disguises an earlier building at the rear, built of half timbered elevations, a style often seen in rural Warwickshire. The accommodation is extensive and conceals numerous period features such as attractive panelling, fireplaces, chimney pieces and a magnificent high relief plasterwork ceiling on the first floor. The building now requires gentle but extensive repair to both its fabric and interior. The house is the most prominent property in the town and immediately offers a feeling of grandeur, being an impressive and classical English town house of considerable charm. Internally the proportions within the house are well balanced, with the main reception rooms all leading off a central hallway and landing with the first floor drawing room having magnificent aspects across to the square, Town Hall and church. Available for the first time since 1966 the sale of Churchill House represents a rare opportunity to purchase such a distinctive building allowing a new owner to put their own stamp on the property. To the rear of the house on the south side of is a mature garden with traditional flagstone paving adjacent to the property. The garden widens to a level expanse of lawn with gravel parking and mature trees and shrubs for year round interest. There are attractive aspects towards neighbouring period houses. Vehicular access to the rear of Churchill House is through secure wrought iron gates from Moorfield Road along the drive leading to a double garage. The sale includes includes a self contained two bedroom cottage/barn conversion currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement. The Barn itself is thought to date back to the Victorian era and was converted in 1995 and briefly comprises sitting room, kitchen, two first floor bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a small courtyard on the east side of the barn. The remaining portion of the barn has potential for residential conversion to form an additional dwelling. In addition, the grounds that extend to 0.54 of an acre offer scope for additional dwellings (all subject to the usual planning contents being obtained).
Council tax band: G

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Key Features

  • A very fine Grade II * Listed townhouse in need of repair
  • Substantial accommodation of considerable charm
  • Self contained cottage and adjacent unconverted red brick barn
  • Scope for residential development within the grounds (STP)
  • Available for the first time since 1966

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