2 bedroom cottage for sale

Coventry Road, Stoneleigh, CV8

Sold STC £400,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Cottage
  • Sitting Room
  • Re-fitted Kitchen/Dining Space
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Four Piece Re-fitted Bathroom
  • Within Former Wash House:
  • Study, Utility, Shower Room
  • Mezzanine Bedroom

Full description

Attractively presented Grade II Listed cottage with a range of outbuildings. The main accommodation comprises of a sitting room, which leads to the dual aspect and re-fitted kitchen/dining space, with inglenook fireplace. The first floor houses two double bedrooms and a four piece re-fitted bathroom. Across a courtyard and just outside the property, a former wash house has been converted to contain an office/living space with galleried bedroom area above, a utility space and shower room. Behind this there is a further cobbled courtyard leading to a workshop, a Cotswold stone chip parking area, an area for the cultivation of vegetables and steps leading up to a top tier of the garden, with southerly facing patio and lawned garden.

Location - The village of Stoneleigh is conveniently situated within 4.5 miles of both Kenilworth and Leamington Spa town centres, 7 miles of Warwick and around 4 miles from Coventry city centre. The village is exceptionally well placed for access to the University of Warwick, National Agricultural Centre and the business community at Stoneleigh Park. There is village club at the heart of th village along with a delightful old church, whilst Stoneleigh is also exceptionally well placed for access to the Midland motorway network, being a mile from the A46 and rail links to London and Birmingham, from Coventry, Warwick and Leamington Spa railway stations.

On The Ground Floor -

Sitting Room - 14'9" max 10'0" max (4.50m max 3.05m max) - Entered via a wooden ledged door from steps leading up through the front garden. There is a further ledged door leading to the kitchen/dining space, window with leaded lights to the front aspect. The focal point of the room is a feature fireplace with slate hearth and oak mantle. There are exposed beams, two wall mounted light points, panelled radiator plumbed to the central heating, deep skirting boards and an exposed wood floor.

Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Space - 16'10" max x 15'3" max (5.13m max x 4.65m max) - There is a ledged door with an inset partially obscured glazed panel leading to the courtyard at the rear of the property, a ledged door leads to the stairs to the first floor and a further ledged door to the understairs cupboard containing space and plumbing for a dishwasher, wall mounted shelving and door mounted hanging. There is a window with leaded lights to the front aspect and a window to the rear aspect allowing a view of the courtyard garden from the kitchen sink. The focal point of the room is an inglenook fireplace integrating a bread oven door, containing a wood burning stove and a recesses for the storage of logs. The room oozes character with exposed beams, period corner cabinet and a quarry tiled floor. The kitchen has been re-fitted with a complimentary range of base and eye level fitted kitchen units, finished in a contemporary dark grey, with concealed handles, slim-line spice racked drawers and pan drawers. With matching upstands, there is an oak wood block work surface, which surrounds a recessed Belfast sink with a brushed aluminium mixer tap over, an inset four ring induction hob. There is a brushed aluminium style extractor over with integrated lighting and a built-under Neff double oven and grill. Within a peninsular there is built-under freezer and refrigerator. There are recessed spotlights within the kitchen area, under pelmet lighting to the kitchen cupboards, two wall mounted light points within the dining area and a panelled radiator plumbed to the central heating system.

On The First Floor -

Landing - Exposed wooden steps lead up from the kitchen space. At the top of the steps doors lead to the family bathroom and to an inner lobby. There is a window allowing a view of the courtyard garden, exposed wooden beams, a ceiling light point and an integrated laundry bin.

Bedroom One - 15'7" max x 10'5" (4.75m max x 3.18m) - Having a window with leaded lights to the front aspect, whilst the focal point of the room is a feature fireplace with exposed brick hearth and wooden surround. There are exposed wooden beams, there is an access hatch to a loft space, ceiling light point, panelled radiator plumbed to the gas central heating system and an exposed wood floor.

Bedroom Two - 15'2" max x 9'5" max (4.62m max x 2.87m max) - Being an irregular shaped room.
There is a window with leaded lights to the front aspect, exposed wooden beams, an access hatch to a loft space, ceiling light point, panelled radiator plumbed to the central heating system, wall mounted shelving and an exposed wooden floor.

Family Bathroom - 10'10" x 7'6" (3.30m x 2.29m) - Partially obscured window with leaded lights to the rear aspect, whilst the bathroom has been attractively re-fitted with a white four piece white bathroom suite. This comprises of a roll top bath with chrome mixer tap, with hand held/wall mounted shower attachment, corner double shower with wall mounted rain shower with mixer tap, a glazed screen and metro tiled splashbacks, with an inset border. There is a pedestal sink with chrome taps over and a WC. There are exposed wooden beams, a ceiling light point and a cast iron styled heated towel rail/radiator plumbed to the central heating system, whilst there is an exposed wooden floor.

Former Wash House - This is accessed outside, across a courtyard, from the back door to the kitchen dining space and is entered via a ledged door. This double height space has a vaulted ceiling and exposed wooden stairs, with matching balustrade leading up to a mezzanine. This has an open view to the lower level, a window to the side aspect, lighting and an exposed wooden floor and could be utilised as a guest bedroom. The downstairs space is currently utilised as an office and has windows to the front and side aspects with leaded lights. A ledged door and a further window with leaded lights lead to the utility, whilst a further ledged door leads to a storage cupboard containing the electric fuse box. The focal point of the room is the feature fireplace with exposed brick hearth. There is a brick built settle in the corner with a copper basin, formerly heated from beneath with an integrated stove, whilst the original ceramic wash house sink is now concealed within exposed wood cupboards and a work surface. There are exposed wooden beams, ceiling light point, wall mounted light point, cast iron radiator plumbed to the heating system and a quarry tiled floor.

Utility - 9'3" x 7'0" (2.82m x 2.13m) - Having a door with inset partially obscured glazed panel leading to the rear courtyard, wooden framed window also leading to the rear courtyard and a ledged door leads to the shower room. The utility space is fitted with a range of base level units finished in a contemporary shaker style with oak wood block surfaces over surrounding an inset ceramic Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap over. There is undercounter space for a washing machine and a dryer, whilst the boiler is also mounted undercounter. There are exposed beams, a ceiling light point, a panelled radiator plumbed to the central heating system and a quarry tiled floor leads to the shower room.

Shower Room - 6'9" x 2'11" (2.06m x 0.89m) - A wooden framed partially obscured window to the side aspect and the room is fitted with a three piece white shower room suite which comprises of a shower cubicle with wall mounted mixer tap over, glazed shower screen, Travertine tiled splashbacks with inset border, low level push button operated flush WC and a pedestal sink with chrome mixer tap over. There are recessed spotlights to the ceiling, a wall mounted extractor, wall mounted heated towel rail plumbed to the heating system.

Work Shop - 19'11" x 11'7" (6.07m x 3.53m) - Having two Velux windows to the rear aspect, double doors and a window with leaded lights leading to the courtyard. The space is divided into three sections by a partition walls, there are three ceiling mounted light points, a wall mounted electric fuse board and electric power outlets. Adjoining the work shop there is an outbuilding to conceal the oil tank. Across the courtyard there is a wood store, a water butt to harvest rainwater and an area for the storage of refuse bins and recycling concealed behind a brick wall and fencing.

Outside - A cobbled courtyard links the main house with the wash house and provides a seating area, this continues down the side of the wash house and opens up into the rear courtyard. The rear courtyard has the potential for positioning a further shed and then opens up to the Cotswold stone chip driveway which is accessed via a shared driveway and through a five bar gate. This space offers the opportunity to park numerous vehicles and then continues up to meet raised and protected beds for the cultivation of fruit and vegetables surrounded by Cotswold stone chip. To the side of this there is a raised flower bed with railway sleeper retaining walls and steps leading up to the southerly facing patio area with views to the woods opposite. This has lighting and power outlets. A step up leads to the main garden lawn which is largely private, has herbaceous borders and a raised flower bed. To the rear of the garden there is former Nissen shelter which allows for the storage of garden tools and an area laid to cobblestones utilised as a further seating area.

General Information -

Tenure - Freehold.

Services - We understand that mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. We have not carried out any form of testing of appliances, central heating or other services and prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their condition and efficiency.

Fixtures And Fittings - Specifically excluded unless mentioned in these sales particulars.

Council Tax - Band E - Warwick District Council.

Ref - SD/DMB/455/1

Directions - From central Leamington Spa proceed in a northerly direction up The Parade and at the top turn right into Clarendon Avenue and proceed straight on until reaching the traffic lights at the junction with Clarendon Street and turn left. Follow this as it continues into the Lillington Road, continuing straight on through three roundabouts. At the third the road turns into Leicester Lane. Follow this up the hill and at the next roundabout turn left into Westhill Road. Follow this to the next roundabout and turn right onto the Stoneleigh Road. Follow this for approximately two miles where the road will drop down a hill and bear round a left hand turn onto a stone river bridge over the River Sowe and onto the Coventry Road. Number 11 will be seen on the left hand side as the road bears round to the right. Postcode for sat-nav CV8 3BZ

Wiglesworth & Co themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents are, give notice that (i) the particulars are set out as general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers or lessees and do not constitute part of an offer or contract: (ii) all descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permission for use and occupation and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them: (iii) no person in the employment of Wiglesworth & Co has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.


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01 November 2016

Nearest stations

  • Coventry (3.4 mi)
  • Canley (3.5 mi)
  • Tile Hill (4.6 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Coventry (3.4 mi)
  • Canley (3.5 mi)
  • Tile Hill (4.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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