5 bedroom detached house for saleChurchover, Rugby, Warwickshire
- Five Bed Farmhouse
- Five Barns With Full Planning
- Further Development Potential
- Nine Acres in Total
- All Sold As One Unit
- Village Location
- Motorway Links
- Close to Rugby Train Station
- Open House
Fantastic Development Opportunity: An exciting opportunity to purchase a site of approximately nine acres, in the sought after village of Churchover. Full planning has been granted to convert five barns with huge potential to develop further. The purchase also includes a renovated Five Bed-roomed Farm House. Access to M1 & M6 motorways and just 2.9 miles to Rugby train station giving access to London Euston in 48 minutes and Birmingham New Street in 22 minutes.
Introduction - A rare opportunity to acquire a traditional five bed farm house with extensive outbuildings and barns. There are five barns that have full planning to convert in to residential homes. Planning Application Number: R14/1981. There are further opportunities to develop further subject to planning The purchase also comes with nine acres in total with further opportunity to develop. We are selling the whole plot as one.
The property is ideally located for all road and rail links with the M1, M6 and A14 being within a 5 mile radius. Rugby train station is the mainline train to Euston, London with a train to London within the hour.
Vendor Comments - Situated within the glorious Warwickshire countryside, almost equidistant between the thriving towns of Rugby and Lutterworth, is the charming village of Churchover, and right on the edge of the village is School Farm House. This very attractive family home, which boasts around nine acres of rolling grounds, is immaculately presented having recently been beautifully refurbished throughout. “I was actually born in this house,” says Diane. “Seventy-nine years ago my father came here to buy a cow and a calf, but he loved the farm so much that he ended up buying the whole lot – including the calf and the cow – and I have to say that it was a very happy family home and the most idyllic place to grow up.”
“During the time my parents lived here, the property stayed pretty much the same as the day they bought it, however in the past couple of years I have had the house completely refurbished. I’ve had it re-roofed, rewired, re-plastered, a new kitchen has been installed and I’ve also had en-suites added, so it’s now a generously proportioned family home that’s absolutely lovely throughout. It’s ready for the new owners to move in, put their stamp on it and enjoy.”
“As well as a lovely big garden, the property also boasts around nine acres of grassland and numerous outbuildings, many of which have huge development potential,” continues Diane. “In fact I’ve recently gained planning permission to convert some of the buildings into five brand new dwellings. I’ve had detailed plans drawn up and I’ve actually begun some of the work, so it’s a project that could prove to be a really exciting opportunity for the new owner.”
Favourite Room: “During the renovation process a wall was taken down to create a really nice breakfast area that flows off the kitchen,” says Diane, “and I’d say that that is now one of the nicest rooms. It’s in the oldest part of the house, so it features a gorgeous inglenook and some of the original beams, and it also has French windows leading out onto the garden, so during the warmer months it has a really nice connection with the outside space.”
Favourite aspect of the grounds or surrounding area: “Churchover is a lovely little village and one that has a really strong sense of community,” says Diane. “It’s surrounded by mile upon mile of glorious countryside, so it’s both peaceful and picturesque, and yet places such as Rugby and Lutterworth are just moments away by car, so everything you might want or need is within easy reach. It’s ideal.”
Memorable event (if not another favourite room or unique feature): “On the top floor I’ve created a really beautiful master suite,” says Diane. “It has a dressing room and a lovely little bathroom, so it’s a real retreat, and the views from up there are absolutely magnificent.”
What they’ll miss most / why they are leaving: “I have very fond memories of growing up in School Farm House, it’s an idyllic place to live,” says Diane, “and since it’s been refurbished it’s even more beautiful. It’s also a property that has huge development potential, a factor that I’d say sets it apart from many others.”
Barns With Full Planning - There are currently five barns with full planning, (Planning Application Number: R14/1981). A four bed, three bed, 2 x two beds and a one bed.
Outbuildings - There are additional out buildings that, at this stage that do not have planning but may have potential for development subject to further investigation.
Farmhouse Accommodation Summary - A refurbished and spacious 5 bedroom detached family farm house available in the lovely village of Churchover to comprises entrance hall, large lounge with views over landscaped garden and gas fire, dining room, further reception room, kitchen/breakfast diner with calor gas fire, brand new kitchen with range-master oven, 1st floor to comprise 4 double bedrooms, 3 en-suite rooms, and family bathroom, top floor has a double bedroom, walk through dressing area and en-suite shower. Large private gardens, large driveway and ample parking and car port.
Ground Floor Farm House - A refurbished and spacious 5 bedroom detached family farm house available in the lovely village of Churchover to comprises entrance hall, large lounge with views over landscaped garden and gas fire, dining room, further reception room, kitchen/breakfast diner with calor gas fire, re-fitted kitchen with range-master oven,
Entrance Hall -
Sitting Room - 7.20 x 5.63 (maximum) (23'7" x 18'5" (maximum)) -
Dining Room - 4.28 x 3.75 (14'0" x 12'3") -
Snug - 4.65 x 4.03 (15'3" x 13'2") -
Office - 4.78 x 2.25 (maximum) (15'8" x 7'4" (maximum)) -
Dining Room -
Kitchen - 5.23 x 3.30 (maximum) (17'1" x 10'9" (maximum)) -
Utility Room -
First Floor - First floor to comprise four double bedrooms, three en-suite rooms, and family bathroom.
Master Bedroom - 5.97 x 4.46 (maximum) (19'7" x 14'7" (maximum)) -
En-Suite Bathroom -
Bedroom Two - 4.27 x 3.12 (maximum) (14'0" x 10'2" (maximum)) -
En-Suite Shower Room -
Bedroom Three - 4.70 x 4.16 (maximum) (15'5" x 13'7" (maximum)) -
Bedroom Four - 3.83 x 3.53 (maximum) (12'6" x 11'6" (maximum)) -
Family Bathroom -
Second Floor - Top floor has a double bedroom, walk through dressing area and en-suite shower.
Bedroom Five - 4.05 x 3.08 (13'3" x 10'1") -
Dressing Room - 3.06 x 2.23 (10'0" x 7'3") -
En-Suite Bathroom -
Farmhouse Outside - Large private gardens, large driveway and ample parking and car port.
Location - Rugby has grown to become Warwickshire’s second largest market town, boasting a variety of designer and high street shops, restaurants and pubs. Famed for its public school, the birth of rugby football and the Frank Whittle jet engine, Rugby is also home to the green open spaces of Caldecott Park, Coombe Abbey Country Park, Brownsover Hall and Draycote Water. With a range of excellent schools, Rugby is ideally placed for a well-rounded education. Equally so for transport too, thanks to its convenient motorway links and speedy rail services to Birmingham, Leicester and London Euston in around 50 minutes. Situated on the northern edge of Rugby, this location combines the relaxation of a semi-rural retreat by the River Avon, with plenty of amenities close by including a new retail park at hand and the Warwickshire countryside beyond.
Local Authority - Rugby Borough Council
Viewing Arrangements - Strictly by the vendors sole agents on (01788) 820062.
Opening Hours - Monday to Friday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
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