LoginSubscribe to Alerts

Two New Show Apartments At Warwickshire Conversion

Posted 24 August 2021 by Keith Osborne

There are just three apartments now for sale at Haseley Manor, and two are now fully dressed for house-hunters to see...

As it completes its delicate restoration of the property, Spitfire Homes has unveiled two new show apartments at Grade II listed Haseley Manor in Hatton, Warwickshire.

Just three properties remain on the market at the development, part of an historic estate with ties to Henry VIII, King Richard I and Mary Tudor. It is set within eight acres of private and peaceful grounds and blends its heritage with thoroughly up-to-date specification. With the estate steeped in Tudor history, the Manor offers the ideal blend of character and tradition with homes fit for modern living. Nine of the 12 bespoke apartments have already been snapped up.

No.3 Haseley Manor is a two-bedroom ground floor residence located in the former billiard room of Haseley Manor. The Manor’s grand history is reflected in the craftsmanship and exquisite features of this luxury property, with intricate original stained glass windows framed by stone mullioned surrounds. Further character is demonstrated with a unique original moulded archway, framing the large open-plan kitchen and living area, which boasting a light, airy and classically styled living space.

The high-specification kitchen and bathrooms meet the needs of modern life, while other notable features such as oak panelled walls and a feature fireplace offer reminders of the Manor’s rich history. The large master bedroom mirrors that of a luxury hotel and despite its large size feels relaxed and warm, thanks to the designer’s combination of coffee-coloured, rich cream and neutral hues.

No.5 Haseley Manor is an expansive 1,634-sq-ft, one-bedroom residence within the Manor’s basement. With a distinct art gallery feel, the bold design of the property maximises the influx of natural light and is comprised of a large open-plan living area with high specification kitchen and dining areas, as well as a large bedroom, study and two modern bathrooms.

Haseley ManorApartment 5, Haseley Manor

Again reflecting the unique attributes of each Haseley Manor home, an impressive sense of arrival is delivered with a barrel-vaulted ceiling to the main hallway, featuring restored exposed brickwork. At the end of the hallway, apartment five’s answer to the ‘home office’ is unmatched, with a stylish study area set behind a feature glazed screen.

Beyond the interiors, apartment five benefits from outside space in the form of a west-facing private sunken terrace with tiered planters, the perfect place to enjoy the evening sun.

Matt Vincent, sales director at Spitfire Homes, said: “Haseley Manor is the kind of building that makes a lasting impression, and has been popular with those looking for somewhere idyllic and historic, matched by showstopping interiors fit for modern living.

“With just three properties remaining, our latest show apartments offer a rare chance to own a piece of Warwickshire history.”

Haseley Manor resident Ian Wellesley-Harding, said: “Haseley Manor has an immediate wow-factor, starting with the long private drive before the Manor comes into view. I knew in five minutes that this was as near to perfect as I would ever be likely to find, as the stunning rural setting is matched by its excellent connectivity.”

Apartment three and five are currently on the market at £750,000 and £650,000 respectively, and are both immediately available for occupation.

Find out more at spitfirehomes.co.uk.


Find retirement homes in Warwickshire
Find Help to Buy homes in Warwickshire
Find new homes in Warwickshire


A WhatHouse? Awards Bronze for Hyde New Homes
15 December 2015
Developer Hyde New Homes did well to catch the eye of the judges at the WhatHouse? Awards 2015 with one of its popular Brighton schemes...Read more
10 February 2016
The international property consultancy's latest report says government funding is not enough for supply of new homes to meet demand over the next...Read more
Spireswood Grange (David Wilson Homes)
7 March 2016
Its commuter population is one of the reasons behind Brighton's 'London-on-Sea' nickname, and its new homes market is still attractive to buyers ...Read more
Today's New Homes

Click here to see your activities