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Ashow, Kenilworth

Guide Price
£2,675,000
Added on 02/08/2021
Howkins & Harrison LLP, Rugby
PROPERTY TYPE
Country House
BEDROOMS
×6
BATHROOMS
×4

Key features

  • Six bedrooms and four bathrooms
  • Four reception rooms
  • Underfloor heating to both ground and first floor
  • Electric gates
  • Double garage and integral workshop
  • 1.5-acre plot with an additional 2-acre paddock
  • Wild garden pond
  • CCTV and alarm system
  • Offered for sale with no chain
  • Superb transport links

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Extending to 3.55 acres or thereabouts.

A beautiful, extended, six-bedroom rural property in one of Warwickshire’s most sought-after villages.

Lewberry Close has been finished to an extremely high standard and offers 560.1 sq m / 6030 sq ft of accommodation, along with magnificent far-reaching views over open countryside.

Situation - Ashow is a small village and civil parish in the Warwick district of Warwickshire, England, about 2.5 miles (4 km) south-east of central Kenilworth. The village is accessible by the B4115 Coventry Road just off the A46/A452 roundabout.

The village has a friendly, welcoming community, Village Club and various activities. Local shopping, amenities and leisure facilities can be found at Leamington Spa, Kenilworth, Warwick & Stratford-upon-Avon, home to the Royal Shakespeare theatre.

The property is ideally located for the commuter with Coventry and Warwick Parkway Stations located approximately five miles away, with journey times to London Euston and London Marylebone taking 57 and 87 minutes, respectively. The M40 (J15) 7 miles away, provides access to Birmingham to the north and London to the south. Birmingham airport and Birmingham NEC are a 15-minute drive away.

The area boasts a wide range of private, grammar and state schools to suit most requirements. A number of sporting facilities are within easy reach including golf courses, sailing and fishing at Draycote Water and racecourses at Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon.

Ground Floor - Stunning oak flooring, panelled walls and matching doors, Inglenook with log burner. Stairs lead down to a one chamber cellar with electrics and lighting, with a further staircase leading to the first floor. There is underfloor heating throughout, to both ground and first floors.

Reception Room - 6.91M X 5.31M - Light and spacious, with a large, multi-paned bay window overlooking the rear garden with French doors, opening on to the patio. A modern Inglenook fireplace with contemporary log burner inset, bressummer beam and brick herringbone hearth provides a central focal point.

Dining Room - 5.94M X 5.61M - Overlooks the rear garden, with multi paned windows either side of the French doors, opening to a patio. Inglenook fireplace, brick-built hearth, marble surround and mantle, along with an open fire inset.

Cloakroom - Wash hand basin, WC and heated towel ladder.

Family Room - 5M X 4.55M - An oak door with feature ‘servants’ bells over, a bespoke media centre inset into the wall. French doors lead to the rear garden.

Study - 3.02M X 2.54M - Accessed from the family room overlooks the front aspect. Fitted oak furniture providing two workspaces, shelving, cupboards, and drawers.

An additional hall leads to a boot room and then provides access to a utility room, fitted with Shaker style wall and base cabinets, and granite work surfaces. A further inner hall and WC completes this area of the ground floor.

Kitchen And Garden Room - 9.58M X 4.67M - The stunning, ‘heart of the home’ kitchen with four sets of French doors leading out to the rear and side gardens. Natural light throughout the day as the terrace wraps around three sides of the residence, following the sun from morning through to evening. Fitted with bespoke sage Shaker style wall and base cabinets with granite work surfaces.

Central island unit with breakfast bar, fitted oven and microwave. Additional fitted appliances include an American style fridge freezer, dishwasher, wine cooler and four door Aga with two hotplates, along with fitted electric ceramic hob with extractor fan.

First Floor - A spacious landing gives way to four double bedrooms, the family bathroom and stairs rising to the second floor.

Principal Suite - Bedroom (5.18m x 4.65m), with triple aspect windows, dressing room, fitted wardrobes and drawers and en-suite bathroom fitted with large walk-in rainforest shower, bath, heated towel ladder, WC and contemporary, curved, wall hung wash hand basin.

Bedroom Two - 5.74M X 5.16M - A spacious bedroom, triple aspect windows and en-suite bathroom.

Bedroom Three - 4.93M X 4.55M - A light and airy bedroom with a generous en-suite bathroom.

Bedroom Four - 5.64M X 5.54M - A generously sized bedroom with Inglenook fireplace, contemporary log burner, granite hearth and attractive oak fitted cupboards either side.

Second Floor - A half landing provides access to bedroom five (4.78m x 4.67m) and bedroom six (5.26m x 4.09m). Both double rooms have lots of natural light and exposed painted beams.

A brace and latch door from bedroom five provides access to a further room (4.37m x 3.45m), which is currently being used for storage, but could also be used as a seventh bedroom if required.

A new alarm system and CCTV system provide additional security throughout the property.

Outside - The property is accessed via wrought iron double electric gates with intercom system, sweeping tarmac driveway, providing parking for numerous vehicles. Brick built garage with integrated workshop.

Gardens - Southerly facing, landscaped, mature gardens surround the property, mainly laid to lawn along with a feature pond. Boundaries are enclosed by well-established hedges, mature shrubs and an abundance of mature trees including silver birch, beech, copper beech and cedar. The terrace is laid with reclaimed period flagstones, there is also a covered oak veranda with lighting. The main paved area has been carefully landscaped and planted with box hedged borders photinias and central fountain. Directly opposite the property is a paddock which measures approximately two acres.

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment via the agents Howkins & Harrison:

Services - None of the services have been tested and purchasers should note that it is their specific responsibility to make their own enquiries of the appropriate authorities as to the location, adequacy and availability of mains water, electricity and drainage services. The property is heated via oil fired central heating.

Local Authority - Warwickshire County Council Tel: 01926-410410. Council tax band – H.

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Ashow, Kenilworth

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Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Kenilworth Station1.2 miles
  • Leamington Spa Station3.3 miles
  • Warwick Station3.3 miles
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Howkins & Harrison LLP, Rugby

7-11 Albert Street, Rugby, CV21 2RX

Howkins & Harrison

At Howkins & Harrison, we are an independent firm of Chartered Surveyors, Auctioneers, Estate Agents, Valuers and Chartered Planners, with a reputation for providing a professional service.

We have been supporting homeowners, landowners and landlords since 1888 and we have 7 regional, high street offices and over 80 employees. We also have the benefit of an office on St James's Place in London, to promote our portfolio to commuters.

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