Camp Lane, Henley-in-Arden

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A truly stunning detached property with French Château influences situated on an elevated position enabling breath taking panoramic views over the surrounding Warwickshire countryside. Surrounded by nine acres and located in the rural and highly sought after area of Henley In Arden, this beautifully unique property comprises of an outstanding open plan kitchen/living/dining room, formal lounge, sun lounge, dining room, utility, five king sized bedrooms all with en-suite facilities and a further master bedroom with dressing area and en-suite.


On approach Beaudesert House is concealed from the country lane by mature foliage and set back behind a double ornate wrought iron electric gate. Once through the secure gate the private gravel drive leads towards the magnificent property, a cottage and triple car garage, all surrounded by a well-maintained landscaped garden and fields.

Upon entering the property, either through the formal entrance or original timber porch, you are greeted by a generously sized reception hall with a high crystal embellished ceiling and feature archways. The light reception hall allows access to the formal dining room, living room, a superb open plan kitchen/dining/living area and separate wing containing three bedrooms.

Continuing through the spacious hall double doors lead to the open plan kitchen/living area. This stunning room has been completely renovated by its current owner, creating an ideal and versatile entertaining space which overlooks the rear garden and pool. The contemporary kitchen area, which is complete with marble effect countertops, gloss white/grey fitted units and a large kitchen island/breakfast bar, includes high quality integrated appliances such as two Miele ovens, micro oven, four ring induction hob with hot plate and grill, Neff extractor, full height fridge and freezer, Fisher & Paykel dishwasher and a stainless steel sink. In addition, set within the kitchen wall units, is a superb pantry/storage room.
To the far right of the kitchen is a well-proportioned bar area, perfect for hosting guests, with a contrasting colour palette and two feature chandeliers. Behind the dark grey bar, within the fitted units stand two full height Miele wine fridges and an additional built in dishwasher, a two draw beer cooler is integrated within the island.
The main kitchen area flows seamlessly into the dining area which is defined by the vaulted wooden beamed ceiling, whereby double aspect by-fold doors open onto the exterior patio area. A step down leads to the sunken living area that is appraised with light due to the three vast skylights and by-fold doors.
A door left of the bar takes you to the utility room with an exterior door allowing access to the triple car garage and separate WC.

Double wooden doors with glass panes provide a glimpse from the capacious open plan kitchen into the palatial yet welcoming formal lounge. At the heart of the room is the striking original open stone fireplace, surrounded by floor to ceiling mirrored panel which are positioned opposite two French doors enabling the light to fill the room. Once in the lounge your eye is immediately drawn to the adjacent vaulted ceiling room with the most stunning views of Warwickshire and the Malvern Hills, captured and framed by several picture windows and two French doors allowing access to the patio and terrace, a wonderful versatile space.
Transitioning left takes you through to the duel aspect dining room, overlooking the manicured gardens and sweeping drive, with French doors allowing access to the raised terrace. In addition, two large windows allow light to flood the room complimenting the splendid solid stone hearth and ornamental wooden surround.
From the reception hall to the right, lies a wing containing three king-size bedrooms, all with modern en-suite facilities and individual timbered terrace areas.

As you proceed to the first floor the singular stair splits into an imperial staircase that opens out onto a mezzanine landing, surrounded by cast iron balustrades and wonderfully lit by Velux windows.
Following to the left the outstanding principal bedroom suite with its oak beams, angled roof lines and mesmerising conical ceiling, is designed to provides three fundamental spaces. As you enter you’re welcomed by the dressing area with numerous walk in wardrobes and storage units, set within the eaves and hidden behind panelled doors. To the right a frosted glass door opens into a contemporary walk in wet room comprising a shower, wash basin and low level WC.
Continuing through the master bedroom positioned under a large dormer window, overlooking the landscaped rear garden and surrounded by exquisite oak beams, stands a grand oval basin with modern copper fixtures.
The most prominent feature of the principle suite is the king-size bedroom area that embraces the most spectacular 360 degree views over the surrounding countryside gifted by several windows, each individual frame capturing its own landscape photograph.
Overall the beautiful views, conical ceiling, exposed roof trusses, alongside the timber framed Juliette balcony make this room the most breath taking if them all.
Left on the imperial staircase is a further king sized bedroom boasting a vaulted ceiling, storage/wardrobes set within the eaves by mirrored panels and timber framed Juliette balcony. Leading through to an open en-suite housing a superb oval bath, WC placed behind a frosted privacy door, contemporary oval his and hers wash basins and an impressive built in sauna/steam room with overhead shower, tiled seating to each side and window overlooking the views. The en-suite is complete with marble effect floor and wall tiles creating a modern seamless finish.
From the mezzanine landing, continuing to the next level, is the sixth superbly proportioned bedroom which overlooks the rear garden and pool via a Juliette balcony and complete with en-suite consisting of a large double shower, WC and wash basin.

To conclude located on the first floor is a relaxing jacuzzi/spa room and dressing room, which can be easily converted back to a double bedroom, with fitted with security card entry, fitted wardrobes and shoe racks mirrored wall radiators each side of French double doors opening out onto a balcony overlooking the courtyard.


Outside, the property provides secondary accommodation in form of a detached two bed cottage with an undercover car port and a detached triple car garage with recreation room above. The main garden has been landscaped to deliver an incredible entertaining space. With the property benefiting from a tennis court, which is also enclosed from the landscaped gardens, participated by glass, is a versatile sun canopy with optional glass walls and integrated heaters for winter use, sunken fire pit with fitted seating and a bar area with a built in wine fridge, three chillers and a Beef Eater American BBQ. The pool area also has two oil drum sized underground subwoofers and 18 satellite speakers that can play music via Airplay/Bluetooth. Beaudesert House also benefits from CCTV and finger print recognition to both entrances.


Henley in Arden is a picturesque, historic market town located along the A3400 some eight miles from Stratford upon Avon and eight miles from Solihull. It is well placed for quick access on to the M40 at Lapworth Hill (2 miles) which provides links to the M42, M5, M1 and M6. In addition, the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham International Airport and Railway Station are all within half an hour's drive. Henley in Arden contains a wide choice of local shops, doctors surgery, Inns and restaurants, together with primary and secondary schooling facilities. Rail and bus services provide commuter links to Stratford upon Avon, Solihull and Birmingham.

Subjective comments in these details imply the opinion of the selling agent at the time these details were prepared. Naturally, the opinions of purchasers may differ.

Agents Note: We have not tested any of the electrical, central heating or sanitaryware appliances. Purchasers should make their own investigations as to the workings of the relevant items. Floor plans are for identification purposes only and not to scale. All room measurements and mileages quoted in these sales particulars are approximate.

Fixtures and Fittings: All those items mentioned in these particulars by way of fixtures and fittings are deemed to be included in the sale price. Others, if any, are excluded. However, we would always advise that this is confirmed by the purchaser at the point of offer.

Tenure: The property is Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.

Services: Electricity and water are connected to the property. Heating is by way of an oil fired central heating system.

Local Authority: Stratford upon Avon District Council.