6 bedroom detached house for sale

Clifton Road, Rugby

Offers Over £700,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Six double bedrooms, en-suite to master
  • Lounge with ornate fireplace
  • Family room with log burner
  • Kitchen with large island/breakfast bar
  • Breakfast room
  • Conservatory
  • Many period features
  • Double garage to rear
  • Viewing advised
  • Energy Rating - D

Full description

An imposing, four storey, link-detached period property, full of character, that offers six double bedrooms, an en-suite to the master, three reception rooms and a wealth of period features. With a double garage to the rear.


To the Front  
The property sits behind mature shrubs offering privacy. Brick pillars frame a block-paved area which the current owners use for vehicle parking. Gated side access leads to the rear garden, which is rare for this type of house;

Hallway  
With traditional coving, cornicing and picture rails. Stripped floorboards, skirting boards and Minton tiled floor. Two traditional floor standing cast iron radiators. A stripped pine balustraded stair-case leads to the first floor, and traditional pine doors lead to;

Lounge/Drawing Room 
16' 4'' x 15' 5'' (4.97m x 4.70m)
A light and airy, grand reception room with traditional coving to ceiling, picture rails to walls and ceiling rose. Stripped floor-boards and skirting boards are complimented by an ornately carved fire surround housing a beautifully detailed cast iron fireplace. A large bay window to front is glazed with new PVCu double glazed "casement style" windows.

WC/Utility Room  
Stripped pine arched doors lead into this spacious and versatile room. With traditional style floor tiles, high level flush WC and hand wash basin. Shaker style oak cupboards sit under a butcher's block work-surface with space for a washing machine and tumble drier. Floor-standing traditional cast iron radiator, PVCu double glazed opaque window to side, extractor fan and recessed ceiling spotlights.

Family Room 
14' 5'' x 13' 5'' (4.39m x 4.09m)
With a traditional timber mantle-piece with "Hunter" cast iron wood burning stove under, set on a traditional mosaic tiled hearth. Traditional coving, ceiling rose and picture rails, stripped floor-boards, PVCu double glazed window to side and PVCu double glazed doors to conservatory.

Kitchen 
24' 3'' x 12' 6'' (7.39m x 3.81m)
Fitted with an extensive range of Burbage style in-frame "Tetbury style" cupboards, drawers and storage solutions in solid oak, including a large island with breakfast bar. Complimented with black and white "cosmic granite" work-surfaces and splash-backs housing a double Belfast sink, the kitchen offers a great space to cook and entertain. A timber pelmet and surround house a "Range master Excel" stove with two (multi-function) ovens, grill and slow cooker as well as a five ring induction hob with granite splash-back and concealed extractor fan over. There is also a built in dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Storage solutions include pantry style cupboards, a dresser unit with display cabinets and integrated waste and recycling storage unit. There are 4 "Kef" speakers built into the ceiling which can be controlled as part of a centralised system with provision for an amp/sub in one of the kitchen units. Porcelain floor tiles extend into the...

Breakfast Room 
12' 6'' x 5' 11'' (3.81m x 1.80m)
With tri-folding doors opening onto a seating area over looking the garden.

Conservatory 
12' 10'' x 9' 7'' (3.91m x 2.92m)
Of PVCu double glazed construction with porcelain tiled floor and wall light. PVCu double glazed sliding doors to garden.

Cellar Room/Bar  
28' 6'' x 20' 1'' (8.68m x 6.12m)
With exposed brick walls (that have been professionally blasted), stone brick flooring, wall lights and PVCu double glazed windows to front. With timber ceiling beam, coving to ceiling and recessed ceiling spotlights.

To the First Floor  
With stripped pine skirting boards, stair-case to second floor and doors to;

Master Bedroom  
22' 1'' x 14' 1'' (6.73m x 4.29m)
A stunning room with period coving, ceiling rose and picture rails to walls. A "Hunter" log burning stove is set on a tiled hearth under a timber mantle, and provides a stunning feature. Boasting space for an Emperor bed, and seating area. With concealed storage area behind chimney breast. Stripped floor boards, two floor-standing cast iron radiators, large PVCu double glazed windows and door to;

En-suite Shower Room 
Double shower with thermostatic shower, grey tiling to walls and splash-back areas, complimented by a ceramic tiled floor. WC and "Jack and Jill" hand basins mounted on an oak vanity unit, traditional style heated towel rail and floor-standing cast iron radiator. Recessed ceiling spotlights, extractor fan and opaque double glazed window to side.

Bedroom 2  
14' 7'' x 13' 6'' (4.44m x 4.11m)
With traditional coving to ceiling and picture rails, floor-standing cast iron radiator and PVCu double glazed window to rear.

Bathroom 
With slipper bath with thermostatic shower over and traditional style WC and hand wash basin. Brick style tiling to water sensitive areas is complimented by a traditional style tiled floor. Floor-standing cast iron radiator and opaque PVCu double glazed window to side.

Bedroom 6 
9' 6'' x 9' 4'' (2.89m x 2.84m)
With PVCu double glazed window to side.

Bedroom 5/Study 
12' 6'' x 8' 3'' (3.81m x 2.51m)
With stripped floor boards, PVCu double glazed window to rear and door opening onto a decking balcony with views over the garden and Rugby beyond.

To the Second Floor  
Stripped pine stair-case rises from first floor. With an original roof light with stained and patterned glass providing an interesting feature as well as flooding the landing with natural light. There is a walk in loft space giving access to the boiler and storage. Traditional doors lead to;

Bedroom 4 
16' 4'' x 14' 6'' (4.97m x 4.42m)
With stripped floor boards an skirting boards, PVCu double glazed windows to side and rear.

Bedroom 3  
22' 1'' x 14' 0'' (6.73m x 4.26m)
An interesting room with a stunning arched window to the front aspect being of particular note. Stripped floor boards.

Shower Room  
With brick style tiles to half height, shower cubicle with thermostatic shower and tiled floor. Extractor fan and traditional style WC and hand basin.

To the Rear  
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with Victorian brick walling to the sides and a double garage with power, light and an electric roller shutter door to rear. The garden is private, and sunny, boasting a pathway leading from a patio area to the rear of the garden where there is a personnel door to the garage. The breakfast room leads out onto a seating area with wall light. Mature shrubs add a degree of privacy to the boundaries.

About the Area  
Rugby town centre includes numerous restaurants of various kinds and many pubs. In 2002, Brownsover Fish Bar on Hollowell Way, Brownsover, was named as the best seller of Fish and Chips in the country. The town centre is noted for its large number of pubs. The main shopping area in Rugby is in the streets around the Clock Tower, two of which - High Street and Sheep Street - are pedestrianised. The town centre has an indoor shopping centre called The Clock Towers which opened in 1980 and is currently subject to a planning application to be redeveloped. A restaurant quarter is being opened in the town centre to compliment World Rugby's official ?Hall of Fame? which is based at the museum/library. A street market is held in the town centre several days a week. In recent years several out-of-town retail centres have opened to the north of the town.

Rugby  
Rugby contains several large parks, most notably Caldecott Park near the town hall. There are many excellent schools In Rugby including grammar school (Lawrence Sherrif), Girls School, Ashlawn School (OFSTED Top Rated) and of course the world famous Rugby School where the modern game of Rugby was born. Cited as the town that gave the inspiration for the modern Olympic Games, the invention of the laser, hologram and jet engine and enjoys a growing tourism economy as the council and other partners increase the promotion and marketing of the town which is the fastest growing in the West Midlands.

Transport  
London is only 54 minutes away by train, and the town is excellently positioned for the M1, M6 and A5 as well as the A45, A46 and DIRFT.

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21 September 2018

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Nearest station

  • Rugby (0.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Character, by Cadman Homes, Rugby

1 Castle Street, Rugby, CV21 2TP

01788 436040 Local call rate

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