23 Daventry Road, Barby, Rugby
- Grade II Listed
- Four bedrooms. Master bedroom with dressing room/bedroom five
- Extended kitchen. Re-fitted bathroom
- Walk in Pantry
- Ceiling beams to principle rooms
- Inglenook fireplace and an original brick built bread oven
- Attractive window seats
- Gated video entry system
- Generous plot
- Double garage and parking for several vehicles
Location - The village of Barby is located approximately 5 miles south of Rugby, 7 miles north of Daventry, and is situated on a hill overlooking the Rainsbrook and Leam Valleys. Barby village is a friendly and well-serviced village with a popular garden centre, village store, post office and public house – The Arnold Arms, serving great food and drink, two village halls, along with a Church and Church of England Primary School. The excellent village sports field is home to Barby Cricket Club and there is a BBQ area in Millennium Orchard, behind the tennis court. There are three bus routes providing services to Rugby (4 miles), Daventry (5 miles) and Northampton (17 miles), through nearby villages. Rugby also offers the nearby mainline rail station with services to Birmingham New Street and London Euston, along with a variety of high street stores and services. Private transport links are well catered for with a variety of main roads accessible nearby including A361, A45, A5 and A428. Junction 18 of the M1 motorway is 4 miles east of Barby at Crick.
Ground Floor - The front door leads to the hall which has terracotta floor tiles, doors to the ground floor accommodation and opens out into the dining room, which has a window with window seat overlooking the fore garden and a door which leads to the rear garden. The focal point of the room is an attractive Inglenook fireplace which is currently not in use and separates the dining room from the sitting room, which has a cream log burner inset into the reverse side of the inglenook. The sitting room has an impressive stone brick built bread oven, ceiling beams, dual aspect windows with steps leading up to the study, which also benefits from dual aspect windows, affording lots of natural light, and a library area with fitted shelves with attractive radiator covers below. From the hall a door provides access to the snug which has a Victorian style feature fireplace. The cloakroom has continuation of the terracotta floor tiles and is fitted with a wall hung wash hand basin and wc. There is a fantastic spacious walk in wine store/pantry with glazed windows, roof lantern, exposed brick walls and stainless steel shelf, located next to the kitchen breakfast room, which has oak flooring. The kitchen has a variety of cream shaker kitchen units with wood worksurfaces and a breakfast bar island unit, with further storage, oak work surface and complementing granite circular surface. The kitchen has been extended to the side with feature beams and velux windows to the extension and opens out to a seating area with double doors to the side, leading to the rear garden. From the kitchen a further door provides access to a utility room with further provision for storage, a limestone floor and stable door to the rear.
First Floor - A spacious split-level landing, accessed via a staircase with re-fitted glass and oak Neville Johnson balustrade, has fitted shelves at the top of the landing which makes an ideal library area. There are also fitted cupboards to the first floor landing and an alcove, which would make a useful study area. There are four bedrooms, a dressing room, which could also make a fifth bedroom, along with a family bathroom. The master bedroom has dual aspect windows and an attached en-suite with wash hand basin, wc and shower cubicle, whilst bedroom two is accessed via a dressing room, which has a window seat overlooking the front elevation. The dressing room could also make an ideal nursery. Bedroom three has dual aspect windows and fitted wardrobes and bedroom four has attractive lime washed ceiling beams, window seat and fitted wardrobes. The re-fitted family bathroom is fitted with a mosaic tiled floor and complementing wall tiles to the splash back areas. The suite includes a bath with rainforest shower over and glass shower screen, wash hand basin, wc and bidet
Outsdie - The property is approached via double gates and a gravelled drive which lead to a second set of gates, with video entry access. The drive continues behind the gates to a spacious gravelled parking area and the double garage. The fore garden is mainly laid to lawn and edged with attractive Cypress trees. There is an established apple tree, walkway to a pedestrian front gate, along with planted borders and an exposed brick wall to one boundary. A trellis with pretty wisteria attached divides the front garden from the rear, which has an established horse chestnut tree inset into a border, with sleeper edges adjacent to a raised decking area. The rear lawn is edged with a border planted with a variety of shrubs beyond which, there is a further pebbled area and steps leading down to a patio area, ideal for al fresco dining. To the side of the property there are two garden sheds and a further exposed brick wall to the boundary.
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Fixtures And Fittings - Only those items in the nature of fixtures and fittings mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale. Other items are specifically excluded. None of the appliances have been tested by the agents and they are not certified or warranted in any way.
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, gas and drainage services.
Local Authority - Daventry District Council. Tel: . Council Tax Band - F.
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23 Daventry Road, Barby, Rugby
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