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3 bedroom detached bungalow for sale

Newfield Avenue, Kenilworth, CV8

Sold by Us £390,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Three Bedrooms
  • Detached Bungalow
  • One Bathroom
  • Integral Garage
  • Double Glazed
  • Central Heating
  • Well-Presented Garden
  • Spacious Driveway Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Three bedroom detached bungalow situated on a generous sized plot in the popular town of Kenilworth, Warwickshire.

Set back from the quiet residential road, with spacious driveway, the property has living room, kitchen, three bedrooms (one bedroom currently used as a separate dining room), bathroom and additional separate WC, outside gardens to rear, off street parking and integral garage. Fully double glazed with gas fired central heating.

Excellent transport links by road and with mainline station due to open at the end of 2017. The property is within the catchment area for a great range of local schooling, with Kenilworth’s leisure facilities and local amenities within easy reach.

Ground Floor
Accessed from the front paved driveway, the property is entered from into a porch leading to an entrance hallway. To the rear of the property, with dual aspect double sliding glazed doors opening to the lovely rear garden, is the spacious living room.

The living room is light and decorated in neutral tones with fitted carpets and central ceiling lighting point. There is a feature exposed brick chimney breast and mantel, with real flame gas decorative fire, in cast iron and brass effect finish.

The dining room offers space to seat at least 6 comfortably for dining or could alternatively be used as a bedroom, study or hobby room. Decorated in neutral style, with fitted carpet and central ceiling light. There is also a ceiling skylight and window to the side elevation.

Bedroom one, to the rear of the property, has fitted carpets and windows to front and rear. A good sized double, wood panel detail to ceiling and walls.

Bedroom two, is another good sized double room, with window to the front, fitted carpets and double ceiling lighting points.

The kitchen has a double glazed external access door to the side, and a good range of wooden wall and base units. Laminate worktops above and tiled walls to full height. Features include electric oven, four ring gas hob, extractor unit above, stainless steel sink with mixer tap and plumbed services for washing machine.

The bathroom is fully tiled with three-piece bathroom suite: WC, panel bath (with shower attachment) and pedestal sink.

There is a additional cloakroom off the hallway, with WC and wash basin.

To the front of the property is a large paved driveway leading to the front porch. To the side is an integral double car garage with up and over door. There is a side gate to the left hand side of the property providing pedestrian access at the rear the garden. There is an outside door from the kitchen to the front of the property.

The private rear garden has a patio area close to the house (access to living room through double large sliding glazed doors). There is a well-maintained lawned area with borders planted with a selection of attractive mature shrubs. There is also a small brick built outside store, currently used to store garden chairs.

Local Area
Kenilworth is a small town in Warwickshire, approximately 6 miles southwest of Coventry, 4 miles north of Warwick and 90 miles northwest of London. The town is on Finham Brook, a tributary of the River Sowe, which joins the River Avon about 2 miles east of the centre of the town. Kenilworth is notable for the extensive ruins of Kenilworth Castle. Other local sights include the ruins of Kenilworth Abbey in Abbey Fields park, St Nicholas' Parish Church and Kenilworth Clock.

The town has good road and air links. The A46 bypass was opened in June 1974 and the Birmingham International Airport, and M6, M42 and M40 motorways are within 10 miles of central Kenilworth. There is a regular bus service to Coventry and Leamington Spa railway stations, and Warwick Parkway is less than 10 minutes' drive away. In June 2013 it was announced that the government would grant £5 million for the reopening of Kenilworth Station (due end 2017).

In 2008, Waitrose opened a supermarket in Kenilworth. The town's old Kenilworth is home to "The Cross". A pub restaurant which received a Michelin star in 2014.

There are numerous sports clubs; Kenilworth Town FC (on Gypsy Lane south of the town), Kenilworth Wardens FC (located on Glasshouse Lane to the east of the town) and Kenilworth RFC is the town's rugby union club (also located on Glasshouse Lane). Kenilworth Tennis, Squash and Croquet Club, at the north of the town on Crackley Lane, has nine tennis courts, five squash and racquetball courts and two croquet lawns. Kenilworth has two cricket clubs.

Kenilworth Golf Club is located on the north east side of the town and features a mature 18-hole parkland course.

Newfield Avenue is within the catchment area of a good number of primary and secondary schooling options including Kenilworth School and Sixth Form ('Outstanding'), Thorns Community, Park Hill and St Nicholas CofE primaries (all Ofsted 'Good').

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Added on Rightmove:
03 February 2017


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