Ideally situated between Warwick, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Henley-in-Arden, Spitfire Bespoke Homes is launching an exceptional collection of seven luxurious detached homes in the picturesque Warwickshire village of Snitterfield. The Roundelay Collection features a range of unique properties including two and three-bedroom bungalows and five-bedroom houses, all of which sensitively balance traditional architecture with contemporary features.
Known for its strategic benefits as a commuter base for both London and Birmingham, with an easy access gateway to the motorway network serving north, west and south of the UK. The area enjoys a varied landscape, with unspoilt pretty villages, fine country houses and great sporting and cultural traditions.
Each of the detached residences at The Roundelay Collection have been designed to exude timeless character combined with contemporary style. Located in a private position set back from the road, the properties at The Roundelay Collection impress from the moment you pull into the large, sweeping driveway passing the imposing brick piers that frame the entrance. Brickwork, rendering, tile hanging and Tudor cladding create a distinguished feel, with traditional architectural features interspersed with contemporary touches. Careful use of glazing and the inclusion of striking glazed apexes deliver a superb sense of individuality and contemporary appeal, while also bathing the homes beautifully in natural light.
The newly unveiled show home, Wincaton House, is one of the Collection’s stand out properties providing the ideal space for family living. This impressive home features an open plan kitchen and living area with partially vaulted ceilings and glazed bifold doors, creating a light and airy space for the whole family to enjoy. A separate living room with wood burning fireplace provides an idyllic space to relax and the separate study is ideal for those working from home.
Upstairs the striking master suite provides a calming retreat, the vaulted ceiling and Juliet balcony flood the space with natural light and the sumptuous en-suite includes a large free-standing bath and separate shower. A further four bedrooms, and the family bathroom provide the perfect accommodation for growing families and guests. A bonus room is also located above the double garage, with access via an external stairway, which could be used as a nanny/granny annexe, a teen hangout room or an external home office.
Designed to Spitfire’s Signature Specification, each residence within the collection includes individually designed kitchens to suit the needs of modern family life, with quartz worktops and integrated Siemens appliances. Bathrooms feature contemporary Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware and elegant polished chrome Hansgrohe fittings. The houses also incorporate underfloor heating and bespoke feature oak staircases.
Matt Vincent, Regional Sales Director at Spitfire Bespoke Homes comments: “The impressive transport connections, extensive local cultural offering and exceptional attention to detail makes The Roundelay Collection one of our most anticipated developments to date. Snitterfield is an idyllic village that truly offers something for everyone. We are pleased be unveiling Wincanton House, the show home at this development, which truly reflects the lifestyle The Roundelay Collection offers.”
Snitterfield is a popular village location, providing everything from a primary school and well-stocked village shop to a friendly local pub. History books show that there has been a school in the village of Snitterfield since as long ago as 1682 and the school is very proud of its heritage. The miles of rolling countryside around The Roundelay Collection provide the ideal location for outdoor pursuits. The 625-mile Monarch’s Way walking trail runs through the collection, the route which was used by King Charles II when he was defeated in the Battle of Worcester, connects The Midlands, The Cotswolds, The Medips and The Downs. The village itself also has its own sports club, with activities ranging from bowling and snooker to football, tennis and cricket. Stratford Oaks Golf Club is nearby, as are the beautiful Arden Lakes, which are ideal for those who enjoy angling.
Stratford-Upon-Avon is just 3.9 miles away and is home to The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford PlayHouse and several other theatres providing entertainment for those who love the arts, while the town is also home to the Michelin-starred restaurant Salt. Only a couple of miles further away, the historic town of Warwick is home to the magnificent Warwick Castle, along with a huge selection of antique shops, while Royal Leamington Spa offers the ultimate shopping destination, with retailers including Oliver Bonas, Mint Velvet, Space NK and Marks and Spencer.
Snitterfield also provides swift access by road to a range of major cities. The village is 3.5 miles from junction 15 M40, making Birmingham, the North, Oxford, London and the Midlands all easily accessible. Train services, meanwhile, run from the nearby Bearley and Wilmcote stations providing direct routes to Birmingham and London.
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