Built in 1872 by James Heart, a ribbon manufacturer, this Victorian splendor was later sold to Peel Conner Telephone (which became the General Electric Company, GEC) in the 1920's.
In addition to its rich industrial heritage Copsewood Grange also has connections with the movie industry. In 1968 a famous scene in the Italian Job staring Michael Cane was filmed here.
Renovated to an impressive standard and retaining its original exterior detailing, the historic charm of the building remains intact.
Internally, each apartment has been designed for modern day living with spacious layouts and a high specification throughout with fittings from leading partners such as Porcelonosa and Villeroy and Boch.
Accommodating elegant kitchens and luxurious bathrooms, these sought after apartments boast all the impressive features of a brand new home.
The Grange sits in elegant grounds with ample open space and a large lawned area. The grounds are surrounded by mature trees and bushes creating a private and peaceful environment.
The Grange is set in mature attractive far reaching grounds and a tranquil formal garden area. These homes are convenient for local shops and amenities within a 2 mile drive. Commuting via the A46 and A45 gives easy access to Coventry, Leamington, Rugby, Solihull, Birmingham and Nuneaton.