4 bedroom detached house for sale

Frankton Road, CV23

Guide Price £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED
  • PROPERTY GROUNDS EXTENT TO ABOUT 2.65 ACRES
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOM
  • CONSERVATORY/BREAKFAST AREA

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

For Sale by Private Treaty
FIELD VIEW, FRANKTON ROAD,
BOURTON-ON-DUNSMORE, RUGBY, CV23 9QT

Situation
Field View is accessed via a private drive from Frankton Road on the south west side of the village.

The popular village of Bourton-on-Dunsmore has an active community hall and sports pitches nearby. The "Friendly Inn" at Frankton is about ½ a mile.

Rugby town centre facilities are about 5 miles to the east and access to the A45/M45 is about 1 ½ miles giving excellent access to the motorway network with the M1 to the east and Coventry and Birmingham within easy travelling distance via the A45 together with Birmingham International Airport and NEC.

There are good rail services to London Euston from Rugby.

To the north of the paddock there is a pleasing mix of houses and cottages whilst to the south the property adjoins open farmland.

Description
Field View was thought originally to comprise two late 18th Century estate workers' cottages but now provides a detached character home with gas-fired central heating and a good range of family accommodation.

The property is built predominantly of brick beneath a pitched tiled roof and offers scope for further improvement/extension subject to the necessary planning consents.

Approached via a private driveway also serving Valentine Cottage, the property stands in mature gardens and grounds with the added advantage of a pasture paddock, in all the property extends to about 2.65 acres together with stabling likely to be of interest the equestrian enthusiast.

Accommodation
This is shown on the attached floorplan and comprises:

On the Ground Floor
Entrance Hall (3.26m x 2.45m) with oak laminate floor
Living Room (5.97m x 4.69m) with exposed ceiling timbers and small extension at slightly higher floor level. There is a central chimney breast with fitted multi-fuel "Jotul" wood burning stove. There is a triple aspect with bow window



Dining Room (4.75m x 3.82m) plus recess (approx. 2.94m x 1.91m) with attractive brick fireplace having a raised tiled hearth and oak mantelpiece



From this room there is access to a small Lean-to (4.62m x 1.40m) providing additional storage space

To the side of the chimney breast is a door to a spacious Walk-in Under Stairs Storage Area housing the gas-fired central heating boiler

Kitchen (4.79m x 3.0m) being well equipped with stainless steel sink unit, range of wall and base cupboards with island unit incorporating drawers and cupboards. Built-in appliances include fridge, dishwasher and "Rangemaster" gas 5 ring hob and electric oven with extractor fan over

The kitchen opens to the Conservatory/Breakfast area (4.72m x 3.1m) being UPVC double glazed with clear roof and ceramic tiled flooring and double doors to garden

Boot Room (3.66m x 3.3m) with clear Correx roof and tiled floor and also providing access to Freezer Room (2.0m x 1.37m) also having plumbing for automatic washing machine.
Cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin
Utility Room (1.98m x 1.7m) with stainless steel double drainer sink unit with cupboards and shelving. There is also a door into the dining area currently not used.

On the First Floor

Landing
Bedroom 1 (4.73m x 3.44m) dual aspect, antique walnut/mahogany built-in chest of 3 long and 2 short drawers. Storage space to eaves
Bedroom 2 (4.79m x 3.0m) with shower cubicle and vanitory unit having wash hand basin
Bedroom 3 (3.5m x 3.14m inc. chimney breast) which has small built-in cupboard to side
Bedroom 4 (5.0m x 2.35m being max. measurement including stairwell) with built-in cupboard
Bathroom (3.0m x 2.23m) with panelled bath, wash hand basin and WC, fully ceramic tiled walls with built-in cupboards to side of chimney breast and beneath wash hand basin.

Externally
There is a private drive from Frankton Road, the first section of which is owned, there is then a Right of Way leading to Field View and also into the pasture field shown at Point A on the plan attached.

Surrounding the house are a number of mature trees including Walnut, Sweet Chestnut with access to the detached brick and tiled Garage (6.24m x 3.81m) with timber double doors, pitched roof lined with felt, concrete floor together with light and power points.
Attached to the garage is an aluminium framed Greenhouse.

Beyond the garage is a productive kitchen garden with soft fruit and small timber Garden Shed.



Nearer to the house is a range of brick and tiled Outbuildings (overall 7.75m x 3.62m narrowing to 2.29m) and in need of some repair but offering scope for stabling.

There is a small timber Wendy House.

The pasture paddock has well defined boundaries and a second access at the north-west corner from the lane through the village, marked "B" on plan.



At the south-eastern end there is a small spinney and along the south boundary a line of mature oak trees.

There is a good sized Timber Building (pm x 5.31m) overall providing Stabling and fodder storage.



In all the property extends to approximately 2.65 acres.

General Remarks

Services
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected. A gas-fired boiler provides central heating to radiators.

Rights of Way
There is a Public Footpath from the Frankton Road which has been fenced off where it runs along the northern boundary to Point B where there is a second access into the field.

Wayleaves / Easements
A foul drain and surface water drain cross the paddock for which easements exist together with wayleaves for 2 electricity poles.

Planning
Please note there will be a development uplift clause relating to paddock whereby should Planning Consent be obtained for any use of the land other than agricultural/equestrian purposes then 30% of any increase in value as a result of the Planning Consent will be reserved to the vendors for a 30 year period.

Tenure
The whole of the property is Freehold and will be sold with vacant possession upon completion.

Energy Performance Certificate - The property is in Band E and an EPC certificate can be downloaded from www.epcregister.com


Method of Sale
The property is offered for Sale by Private Treaty as a whole.

Local Authority
Rugby Borough Council, Town Hall, Evreux Way, Rugby, CV21 2RR
Tel: 01788 533533


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Added on Rightmove:
18 September 2018

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Nearest station

  • Rugby (5.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Godfrey Payton, Warwick

25 High Street, Warwick, CV34 4BB

01926 937076 Local call rate

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