11 Oct 2019
Own A Piece Of History At Haseley Manor
Situated in the peaceful Warwickshire village of Hatton, Spitfire Bespoke Homes has recently unveiled Haseley Manor, a magnificent Grade II listed 19th Century building, beautifully restored and converted to offer a unique collection of 12 apartments, with nine attractive new houses located within the surrounding grounds. Occupying a truly enviable position, Haseley Manor showcases a supreme combination of heritage architecture together with luxurious modern interiors, the new residences offer refined country living at its best, just outside the centre of Warwick.
Dating back to 1873, Haseley Manor’s ornate stone façade illustrates dramatic Gothic and Elizabethan style architectural features, including a large central tower accommodating a striking circular stair turret. The restoration has returned the manor to its former glory and the one, two, three and four bedroom apartments are steeped with character, boasting many unique period features. All homes benefit from exceptional interior finishes and the distinctive specification that Spitfire is known for.
Once a medieval deer park and boasting a long lineage of historical ownership including Richard I, King Henry VIII and Mary Tudor, Haseley Manor is set within beautiful grounds, carefully landscaped to restore and reflect the original gardens of the manor and provide uninterrupted views across the surrounding Warwickshire countryside. An ornate formal courtyard forms an ornate centrepiece, while formal terraced lawns, extensive landscaping and intricate footpaths are featured throughout this attractive parkland environment.
Occupying the south wing of the manor, is the stunning three-bedroom ground floor show apartment, offering an impressive original fireplace and restored oak panelling within the kitchen dining area, combined with high ceilings to ensure an abundance of character. Whilst large original windows, which include hexagonal and circular shaped bays and stained-glass detailing, provide unique historical character in the drawing room and all three luxurious en-suite bedroom suites. Panoramic views can be enjoyed throughout the property towards the beautiful landscaped courtyard gardens and out across the sweeping Warwickshire countryside to the east.
Mark Johnson, Partner, Residential Development, Knight Frank comments: “Haseley Manor is a one-of-a-kind development. Spitfire Bespoke Homes has done an outstanding job of sympathetically restoring the original Grade II listed manor, which is beautifully enhanced by the surrounding landscaped gardens, new-build Garden Villas and terraced manor houses. Designed in the same gothic baronial style, they create a seamless blend between old and new. The development offers residents unrivalled quality, connectivity and accessibility. Set within eight acres of its own parkland, it delivers peace and tranquillity, while only being moments from Warwick Parkway train station – which boasts excellent connections to Birmingham, Oxford and London.”
Matt Vincent, Regional Sales Manager at Spitfire Bespoke Homes, comments: “We are delighted to have unveiled the truly unique apartments at Haseley Manor. Situated within a mature landscaped parkland setting, each apartment features a range of beautifully restored period features and high ceilings, which combined with the luxury modern specification, has ensured an exceptional collection of homes. Haseley Manor represents a unique opportunity to purchase a property steeped in history”.”
Accessed via a long private drive, the homes enjoy a quiet, leafy setting amid the picturesque countryside. Large, original windows flood apartments with natural light, while also providing magnificent sweeping views across the grounds and surrounding fields. The unique lower ground floor property also benefits from a private sunken basement terrace, while other apartments enjoy balconies set behind original balustrades; one apartment is even set within the manor tower itself.
The bustling town of Warwick is just 3.9 miles away providing access to an excellent selection of boutique shops, artisan cafes, pubs and restaurants. For even more choice, the popular centres of Leamington Spa and Stratford-Upon-Avon are also close by.
Nearby, the M40 provides access to Birmingham, Oxford and London. Warwick Parkway railway station is just an eight-minute drive away offering direct services to Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwick, Leamington Spa, Birmingham and London Marylebone. Warwick railway station also offers regular services to Birmingham Snow Hill, Leamington Spa and London Marylebone.