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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Birdingbury, Rugby, Warwickshire

£700,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beautifully Situated Family Home
  • 4 Bedrooms, En Suite, Family Bathroom & Shower Room
  • Drawing Room, Lounge/Dining Room & Conservatory
  • Oil Fired Central Heating & Upvc Double Glazing
  • Stunning 0.4 Acre Gardens with Picturesque Views
  • Double Garage & Off Road Parking
  • Master Suite with Large Dressing Room
  • Desirable Warwickshire Village
  • Private Driveway
  • Inspection Recommended

Full description

Situated down a private driveway this lovely village property sits within 0.74 acre plot and has views across open countryside. This quiet village location provides easy access to Leamington, Coventry and Rugby and viewing is highly recommended.

Introduction - The Coach House was acquired by our present owners over 50 years ago, during which time they have enjoyed the delightful surroundings and all that the popular village of Birdingbury has to offer. The house was extended in 1980 to create a wonderful family home in a unique picturesque environment. There are four bedrooms; including a large master suite with dressing area and shower suite, a refitted family bathroom, a further shower room, sitting room/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, drawing room and a beautiful conservatory taking in the panoramic views to the west. There is a private shared driveway that leads to a double garage and beautifully maintained gardens with a variety of mature trees surrounding the property.

Accommodation Summary -

Ground Floor - The Coach House has an entrance hall with glazed timber entrance door with a built in cupboard for the oil fired central heating boiler, hot water cylinder and linen shelves, a picture window and a glazed door that leads to the L-shaped sitting room which has an open fireplace with Cotswold stone raised hearth, double glazed bay window overlooking the side gardens and a recessed shelved area and cabinet. Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room there is space for a large dining table if required and a glazed door that leads to the inner lobby and a further glazed door leading to the kitchen. The well appointed kitchen has a double glazed bay window to the side, a glazed door leads off to the parking areas whilst the fitted kitchen comprises of a large island unit with breakfast bar with a variety of cream base units beneath, there is also a range of further matching base and wall mounted units with adjoining work surfaces. The room is has a variety of built-in appliances, there is a four ring halogen hob with extractor hood above, a built in Bosch double oven and grill, built in washing machine, space for a dishwasher and a built in fridge. From the sitting room there is a further door leading off to the drawing room which has delightful views of the garden via the double glazed window, there is a stair leading to the first floor and sliding doors lead onto the large conservatory which provides panoramic views of the rear gardens and fields beyond. There is a tiled floor and double glazed doors that lead onto the gardens.

Entrance Hall -

Sitting/Dining Area - 7.91 x 5.75 (maximum) (25'11" x 18'10" (maximum)) -

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 4.83 x 3.70 (15'10" x 12'1") -

Drawing Room - 6.93 x 3.68 (22'8" x 12'0") -

Conservatory - 4.91 x 3.82 (maximum) (16'1" x 12'6" (maximum)) -

Bedroom Accommodation - Via the inner lobby there are doors that lead to the master bedroom, bedroom two and the family bathroom. The master bedroom forms part of an extension undertaken in 1980, there are double glazed windows that overlook the parking areas, a large dressing room space with a variety of built in wardrobes, a glazed window that takes advantage of the picturesque views and an archway that leads to the ensuite shower room. This has a glazed shower cubicle with rainforest style shower above, wash basin and a variety of built in cabinets and dressing table. Along the inner lobby is access to beautifully appointed family bathroom which has porcelain floor tiles, underfloor heating, panelled bath with mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, a variety of wall tiles, LED downlighters and a double glazed opaque window to the side aspect. Bedroom 2 is another good size bedroom, with views across the forecourt and is currently in use as a study.

Master Bedroom - 7.94 x 4.73 (26'0" x 15'6") -

Ensuite Shower Room -

Dressing Area -

Bedroom 2 - 3.72 x 3.29 (maximum) (12'2" x 10'9" (maximum)) -

Bathroom -

First Floor - The first floor landing has access to two further bedrooms and a shower room. Bedroom three, whilst one of the smaller bedrooms, offers spectacular views of the countryside via dual aspect double glazed windows, there is a built in wardrobe and drawer set, further cabinetry and eave storage. Across the landing is another large double bedroom, this time with double glazed windows facing south across the side gardens and open fields, there is built in eaves storage space and a large built in cupboard space at the far end of the room.

Landing -

Bedroom 3 - 5.36 x 3.00 (17'7" x 9'10") -

Bedroom 4 - 4.22 x 2.72 (13'10" x 8'11") -

Shower Room -

Outside -

Parking, Driveway & Garage - The property was previously part of Birdingbury Hall many years ago, there is a shared tarmac driveway, owned by The Coach House, that runs approximately 160 metres providing the driver with excellent views of the idyllic position. As you meander down the drive, The Coach House is situated on the left hand side and the driveway arrives in a courtyard area where the double garage is situated. This has an up and over door and outside lighting. To the right are some wrought iron double gates that lead to the rear gardens.

Gardens - The gardens and house form 0.45 of an acre of the entire 0.74 plot. There is a paved pathway leading from the parking area to the side door to the kitchen and to the glazed front entrance door. There is outside lighting and beautifully maintained gardens. As you approach the front entrance door there is a raised border and shaped lawns with a variety of well stocked borders, full of perennials and roses. There are some mature trees, which provide a natural shelter on the southern boundary. As you approach the rear gardens, there is a raised patio area that is situated to take advantage of the south facing position providing attractive views of the rest of the garden which is laid mainly to lawn and slopes gently down to the west boundary where stunning sunsets can be enjoyed from either the patio or conservatory. There is a well tended mixture of laurel and conifer hedging running towards to western boundary, a large quadrant flower border with mature Eucalyptus tree and a small parterre garden with water feature. The lawns continue towards a small orchard with some productive apple trees; one housing a tree house that can be enjoyed by younger and older children alike. Towards the northern boundary there is an original wall, a further laurel hedge, a large storage shed, aluminium greenhouse and a small raised vegetable garden.

Location - Birdingbury is a very attractive village, situated between Rugby, Southam and Royal Leamington Spa. The village has an active parish council, the Birdingbury Club, St Leonard’s village church, and a monthly ladies circle and youth club. There is an allotment association, angling club and a cycling club. There is also a recreation field with children’s playground, all weather surface and skateboarding facility.
There is an extensive range of both state and private schooling within easy travelling distance with Leamington Hastings Infant School just 1.5 miles away. Day-to-day shopping can be found in the nearby village of Dunchurch or the market town of Southam and a wider range of shopping can be found in nearby Rugby (7 miles), Leamington Spa (9 miles), Coventry (10 miles), Warwick (12 miles), Banbury (19 miles) or Stratford Upon Avon (20 miles). There are train services from Leamington Spa, Coventry and Rugby. The train journey from Rugby to London Euston takes 52 minutes, and from Leamington Spa to Marylebone, just over an hour. The property is also close to the M45 (just 4 miles away), M1, M6 and M40 motorway links and approximately 10 minutes from Coventry Airport and 30 minutes from Birmingham International Airport.

Note - In accordance with section 21 of the Estate Agency Act we are obliged to confirm that the vendor is related to a member of staff at Fine & Country.

Services - Oil fired central heating, electricity, mains drainage and broadband are connected.

Local Authority - Rugby Borough Council
Council Tax Band G.

Viewing Arrangements - Strictly via the vendors sole agents Fine & Country on (01788) 820062.

Opening Hours - Monday to Friday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday 9.00 am - 4.30 pm

Agents Notes - All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. For a free valuation, contact the numbers listed on the brochure.


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