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4 bedroom detached house for sale

York Street, Rugby, CV21

Sold by Us £220,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Victorian Detached House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Period Features
  • Two Receptions
  • One Bathroom
  • Garage & Off Street Parking
  • Secluded Garden
  • Double Glazed
  • Central Heating

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Purplebricks are delighted to offer this stunning four bedroom detached period home that has been recently and sympathetically refurbished, situated with easy access of Rugby town centre.

The property is presented in excellent condition and comprises entrance hall, sitting room with feature fireplace, dining room and fitted modern kitchen with built in appliances. The property has upvc double glazing and gas central heating throughout. On the first floor there is a split level landing which provides access off to three double bedrooms and a refitted family bathroom. On the second floor is the converted attic bedroom four.

Outside, there is a shared driveway providing off road parking with access to a single garage and enclosed private rear garden.

The property is close to local amenities including supermarkets, shops, schools and parks and within close proximity of Rugby railway station (fastest train service to London 46 minutes.)

Ground Floor
From the front, the entrance to the house is through a decorative part glazed double glazed leaded light front door into the entrance hall.

From the entrance hall, the staircase leads up to the first floor landing, there is an under stairs storage cupboard, laminate flooring, radiator and telephone point.

The sitting room is well proportioned and classically decorated. It has a feature electric fireplace, three radiators and laminate flooring. There is a large double glazed bay window to the front and double glazed window to the side elevation.

The separate dining room has a feature cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, stripped and varnished floorboards, built in storage cupboard and double radiator. The double glazed window faces the side elevation.

The kitchen is modern with a range of base and wall mounted units. Appliances include: four ring ceramic hob with electric oven and extractor over, integrated dishwasher and integrated fridge with freezer. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine. Other features include a one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap, work tops with part tiled walls, central heating radiator, wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler inside cupboard housing, black tiled flooring.

First floor
The landing is split level, with the staircase continuing up to bedroom four on the second floor. There is access to loft storage space, central heating radiator and large feature leaded sash window.

The master bedroom has been stylishly decorated with feature wallpaper, fitted carpet, large double glazed window to the front, two ceiling lighting points and central heating radiator.

Bedroom two is a double bedroom retaining some lovely period features including picture rail and feature cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth. There is a large window to the side elevation, central heating radiator, ceiling lighting and fitted carpet.

Bedroom three, another double bedroom, is light and of a good size with double glazed window to the rear, central heating radiator, built in storage cupboard, ceiling lighting fitting, telephone point and fitted carpet.

The family bathroom is modern and finished to a high specification. The white suite includes paneled bath with mixer shower over, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Fully tiled walls, ceramic tiled flooring, central heating radiator and frosted double glazed window.

Second floor
On the second floor, the converted attic bedroom has two skylight windows to the front and rear, and small double glazed window to the side elevation. Under eaves storage.

Outside the property is a small front garden with brick wall and wrought iron railings. There is a shared driveway to the side which leads to a single garage.

The garage has double doors, and useful loft storage space. There is power and lighting connected.

The lovely rear garden has areas laid to lawn, paving and gravel with established and well maintained planted and shrub borders. Brick built BBQ and wooden panel boundary fencing and shed storage to the rear of the garage.

Local Area
Rugby is an historic market town situated in Warwickshire on the River Avon, it is the second largest town in the county and is flanked by the neighbouring towns of Coventry, Northampton and Leicester.

Property in Rugby is extremely well priced, below the national average, and comprises a large number of detached and semi-detached properties, along with new build estates, Victorian conversions, traditional houses and flats. The town centre is mostly Victorian and early 20th century but several much older buildings have survived.

The main shopping area, home to many excellent retail outlets, is located in the streets around the Clock Tower (within walking distance of York Street), two of which are pedestrianised. Rugby offers a good range of state and private schooling options for all ages.

The town lies near several major trunk routes including the M6, M1, M45 and the A45. By rail, Rugby has services to London, Birmingham and the North West of England. Coventry Airport is just 17 miles away and the town also has a direct rail link to Birmingham Airport.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
10 June 2016


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