5 bedroom houses
Lower Grounds, Main Street, Middle Tysoe, Warwickshire
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Stamp Duty Paid (£26,250) on last remaining plot when you reserve in October
Bearsted Grange is a stunning development of just five, 4 and 5 bedroom homes located in Middle Tysoe. These new homes have been carefully designed to complement their rural surroundings with plenty of character and charm providing a beautiful countryside home with all the benefits of a contemporary new home.
Middle Tysoe is a bustling Warwickshire village with excellent local facilities at hand. The central store and tea shop serves the local community and is also a popular place for cyclists and walkers to take a leisurely break. The Peacock pub at nearby Oxhill is also well regarded.
Located on the edge of the Costswolds, there is plenty to see and do here. Make the most of the Warwickshire countryside and Cotswolds AONB with one of the many recommended walks and bridleways. The local centres Shipston-On-Stour, Banbury, Moreton-in-Marsh and Warwick are just a short distance away offering a good range of elegant boutiques, cafes and restaurants, not to mention rich cultural heritage and popular attractions.
One of the primary benefits of this area is the extensive choice of good educational facilities which include Kitebrook, Bloxham, Tudor Hall, Sibford School and Kings High in Warwick. Cheltenham and Oxford schools are also within reach.
There are also excellent rail and road links with the M40 and M42 close by. Junction 11 at Banbury is approximately 10 miles away. Trains from Banbury and Moreton-in-Marsh go directly to London.
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