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Situated in the Warwickshire village of Hatton and accessed via a half-mile carriage driveway, the magnificent Haseley Manor by Spitfire Bespoke Homes defines the horizon.  

Enjoying a rich blend of heritage architecture and luxurious contemporary interiors, this lavish collection of homes is truly one of a kind. Occupying the main tower of this striking Grade II listed manor house, and spread across four floors, is the stylishly appointed Tower Apartment. 

Designed for impact, The Tower Apartment showcases a unique spiral staircase leading to a stunning private roof terrace, allowing residents to watch the sunrise and set on the horizon, whilst enjoying 360° sweeping views of the surrounding countryside.

This stunning one-bedroom apartment has been attentively designed by Open Door Interiors. Echoing the luxurious feel of this beautiful home, the apartment has been adorned with a specifically selected portfolio of artwork, and bespoke signature furniture pieces courtesy of Whitewall Galleries and Tom Dixon respectively. which are available for the buyer to purchase. The Tower Apartment also comes complete with a fully stocked bar area with locally distilled gin from Warwickshire Gin – further contributing to the sense of luxury.

Matt Vincent, Sales Director at Spitfire Bespoke Homes comments: “This property is incredibly unique. Marrying a classic Elizabethan-style exterior with a distinctly modern interior means discerning buyers will feel as if they have stepped into a trendy London-style bachelor pad right in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside. This apartment will provide the idyllic retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city, without compromising on cosmopolitan charm.”

With a rich history dating back hundreds of years, Haseley Manor estate offers a memorable glimpse into the history of the area. Positioned at the end of a gated half-mile, tree lined private driveway, the Manor is surrounded by mature landscaped grounds and ornate formal courtyard gardens. 

The building itself exudes grandeur; with an elaborate stone façade, and a large central tower. The Manor has been sympathetically restored and converted by Spitfire Bespoke Homes to encompass 12 unique luxury apartments. Each of the residences are steeped with character, showcasing a number of original period features such as large original windows, vaulted ceilings, and exposed beams and brickwork. Buyers have the opportunity to own a home that is rooted in its origins, yet still caters for those who are seeking a high-specification home that complements modern lifestyles.

Chris Priestley, Knight Frank Associate, said: “Haseley Manor is the perfect example of what can be achieved when converting an old manor house into a beautiful and modern collection of homes. Spitfire Bespoke Homes has done an exemplary job, sympathetically restoring the original Grade II listed building, which really is a one-of-a-kind property in the area. Haseley Manor offers residents the benefits of stunning architecture, high ceilings and beautiful landscaped grounds without the upkeep of traditional country estates. 

“Set within eight acres of private grounds, Haseley Manor can provide the peace and tranquillity that comes from escaping to the country, but it is also located close to Warwick Parkway station, offering quick connections into London, Birmingham and Oxford. The property has proved particularly popular with potential buyers in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, as more people look to strike the right balance between country and city living.”

The Tower Apartment at Haseley Manor features a stylish study upon entering. The room has been dressed with bold colours and an animal print rug – instantly presenting the apartment as a sophisticated, modern space, and the perfect location for prospective buyers with home-working lifestyles. 

This space also presents ample opportunity for overnight guests, as there is plenty of space for a sofa-bed and includes a cloakroom. Upstairs on floor one, the apartment enjoys a substantial master bedroom and en-suite bathroom. The bedroom features bespoke fitted wardrobes which ensure the room is a clutter free space, and the well-appointed bathroom comes complete with Villeroy and Boch sanitaryware, Hansgrohe fittings and ceramic tiles from Porcelanosa.

Level two features a generous open-plan kitchen/dining room; encompassing hand-painted bespoke shaker style cabinetry, quartz worktops, and a range of fully integrated Siemens appliances. A glass panel has been laid into the floor of the kitchen, inviting light to fill the bedroom below. Level three showcases a suave drawing room; dressed with an eye-catching blue sofa, complimentary multicoloured rug and a unique egg-shaped swing chair, further enhancing the cosmopolitan character of the property. This room provides an idyllic space for all occasions, from cosy nights in to weekend cocktail parties. The building’s original ornate windows have been shared between level two and three; flooding the respective rooms with sunlight, again endorsing the exquisite heritage of this fascinating building. 

Finally, upstairs is the pièce de résistance. A truly impressive private roof terrace at the highest point of Haseley Manor, accessed via a spiral staircase in the Manor’s circular turret, lends itself to be a place where residents and guests can relax, unwind, and take in the awe-inspiring 360° views of the surrounding countryside.

The property has been dressed by Open Door Interiors. Managing Director, Tracy Baker comments: “Our aim was to create a unique and memorable bachelor pad-style apartment space. Our colour inspiration was taken from the beautiful original stained-glass windows found around the Manor itself and incorporated this into the design wherever possible. To achieve this, we used a striking palette of colours and fabrics, paired with vibrant accessories. 

“We collaborated with Whitewall Galleries, providing beautiful pieces of artwork commissioned by local artists to enhance the space even further. The feature furniture pieces by Tom Dixon were a fantastic addition, and really stand out against the crisp white walls.

“As the Turret staircase was a focal point of the apartment, we wanted to create something fun and impactful for this particular area. The obvious choice for a bachelor pad-style property was a bespoke drinks bar. We were lucky enough to be sponsored by local distillery’s, Warwickshire Gin and Ikoyi Chapmans for this.”

Warwick town centre is just 3.9 miles from Haseley Manor, and is host to a variety of local amenities; including boutique shops, artisan cafes, pubs and restaurants. So, whether you’re on the hunt for an original piece or a high street favourite, there is something to suit every mood in this charming town.

For the discerning diner, Hatton and Warwick offer both household names and independent restaurants, including The Giggling Squid, Pizza Express, and Cape of Good Hope. For wetting the whistle, there is The Falcon at Hatton, and the riverside pub, Saxon Mill – both of which situated within 10 minutes of the manor. The popular centres of Royal Leamington Spa and Stratford-upon-Avon are also close by, should residents wish to explore further afield.

Residents are also well catered for in terms of travel, with the M40 providing access to Birmingham, Oxford and London. Warwick Parkway railway station is just 8 minutes away by car; 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.

Prices at Haseley Manor start at £550,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. The Tower Apartment is priced at £650,000. For further sales information, please visit

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