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4 bedroom farm house for sale

Station Avenue, Coventry, CV4

Guide Price* £420,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Farm House
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Three Receptions
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Central Heating

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
This property is available via Auction with Auction House Coventry. The Auction guide price is £420,000 - £450,000.
The Auction Date is Thursday 17th May at 6.30pm and will be hosted at Village Urban Resort Dolomite Avenue, Canley, Coventry, CV4 9GZ. For more information please contact 024 7652 7789.


Elizabethan (late 16th Century) detached house, a rare and striking example of a grade II listed family home located in the city of Coventry.
Set over three floors, the traditional half-timbered property retains many period features, adding charm and character to the kitchen, dining room, sitting room, breakfast room, four bedrooms (one with en-suite) and family bathroom with separate WC. There are additional downstairs and outside WCs. With secluded access down a long gated driveway, there is ample space to park and a double garage.
Situated in the eastern Coventry suburb of Tile Hill Village, this period treasure has all the modern advantages of great transport links and access to local amenities including Post Office, pharmacy, pub and shops. The property is also near to Warwick University with all is has to offer.

Ground Floor
With the integral double garage to the side, the property is entered through the front door with tiled porch into the entrance hallway. There is a downstairs WC off and a pantry for storage. The hallway opens to the kitchen and dining room.

The kitchen is bright with a good range of wooden built in base and wall units with wooden worktops above. The appliances are modern and include dishwasher, split level electric oven and hob with extractor unit. There is space for a large fridge / freezer. The floor is tiled, with tiled splashback around sink, worktop and cooking area.
The breakfast room offers great space for dining and is decorated in a neutral style, with painted woodwork and tiled floor.

The side elevation and rear garden can be accessed from the kitchen, and the breakfast room has access through to the garage. The garage has stairs that lead to a useful storage or work space above.

The dining room is elegant, with exposed wood beams and traditional brick fireplace and tiled grate. Additional period features include wooden floor boards, wood panelling to half height and leaded latice window with diamond shaped lights in bay to the rear.

Between the dining room and the sitting room is a vestibule with access through a traditional solid wooden door to the rear garden.

The sitting room also has wonderful period features including wood panelling, ceiling beams and diamond shaped leaded light windows, with large bays to the front and rear. The impressively large sitting room fireplace has a recessed brick fireplace, cast iron grate and dark wood panelling mantle and surround.

First floor
Stairs lead up from the dining room to the first floor landing which opens to three bedrooms (master with en-suite, bedroom three and four) and bathroom with separate WC. A further bedroom (bedroom two), a good sized double with eaves storage is upstairs on the second floor.

The master bedroom is spacious with a dual aspect with large window to the front and bay to the side elevation. There are fitted carpets and a built in storage cupboard. The master en-suite is large, with roll top bath, pedestal sink, walk in shower enclosure, heated towel rail, wooden floor boards and feature fireplace.

Bedroom three has a dual aspect to front and side, with two triple mullion windows, again with traditional leaded diamond lights. With fitted carpets, central heating radiator and decorated in classic style with exposed wood beams.

There is a family bathroom with bath and wash basin and separate WC.

Bedroom two is up further stairs on the second floor (attic room). A large double room with window to the side elevation and extra under eaves storage space.

Outside
The driveway, with parking for many cars, is gravelled and well maintained. The property sits centrally within its plot with established shrubs and tree that provide a great deal of privacy.

Local Area
Situated in the eastern Coventry suburb of Tile Hill, this period treasure has all the modern advantages of great transport links and access to local amenities.

The property is ideally situated for access to Coventry City (4 miles), Solihull (10 miles) and Kenilworth (4 miles), with easy commuter access to M40, M42 and M6 and rail (Tile Hill Station within walking distance, direct to Coventry, Birmingham New Street).

Local amenities include Tile Hill Post Office, pharmacy, pub and shops. Within the catchment area for Berkswell CofE Primary School (Ofsted: Outstanding) with additional good schooling options in local area.


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21 October 2016

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