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4 bedroom house for sale

Marton, Rugby, Warwickshire

Sold STC £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Listed Country House with Outstanding Views
  • 5 Double Bedrooms, En Suite & Family Bathroom
  • Study, Sitting Room & Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Conservatory
  • Original Georgian Features Throughout
  • Gated Parking with Double Garage
  • Further Outbuildings
  • Outstanding Views Across Open Fields
  • Stunning Gardens in Plot Of 0.74 Acres
  • Inspection Recommended

Full description

A unique opportunity to acquire this listed country house with views over local farm land on a total plot of 0.74 acres.

Introduction - No. 1 Marton House is one of the signature homes in this popular Warwickshire village and was originally constructed in 1750 and illustrates many striking Georgian features synonymous with the period. It has an interesting history and in Victorian times it was purchased by a surgeon, and for 85 years the house remained a Doctors Surgery for the community up until 1960. Subsequently the house now forms an attractive family home with five bedrooms, one en-suite, a family bathroom, a study, formal dining room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and a conservatory, which overlooks the delightful gardens. The gardens are a principal feature and add to the extensive plot of 0.74 acres and are situated adjacent to open fields, providing a stunning rural environment. Part of the garden is currently dedicated to keeping chickens and provides a wonderful opportunity to create a super outdoor lifestyle, particularly for youngsters. Within the plot is a gated parking area, with a double garage and several useful outbuildings including a large useful workshop, which could supply a perfect environment for a vehicle enthusiast. Early inspection is strongly recommended.

Accommodation Summary -

Ground Floor - Behind the original leaded, glazed, timber entrance door, lies a welcoming a hallway, with an attractive tiled floor, an original staircase that leads to the first floor and doors that lead off to the following rooms, the study, sitting room, formal dining room and kitchen/breakfast room. The study is situated at the front of the house with a secondary glazed original sash window, original fire place, cabinet, electric storage heater and central ceiling beam. The sitting room also has views to the front, with 2 secondary glazed sash windows, a small pane window to the side and 2 exposed ceiling beams. The focal point of the room is the open fire place with raised hearth. The dining room is situated at the rear of Marton House, with French casement doors that lead to the conservatory, which is of timber construction, with a tiled floor and polycarbonate roof and shares delightful views of the garden with the kitchen/breakfast room, which is accessed via the hall or conservatory. There is a twin plate Aga, an electric cooker if required and a variety of cream base and wall mounted units with adjoining works surfaces and a stainless steel sink and drainer. There is space for a fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, an original quarry tiled floor and a door that leads to the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall -

Sitting Room - 6.69 x 4.83 (maximum) (21'11" x 15'10" (maximum)) -

Study - 3.58 x 2.91 (11'8" x 9'6") -

Dining Room - 4.64 x 2.37 (15'2" x 7'9") -

Conservatory - 4.59 x 4.02 (maximum) (15'0" x 13'2" (maximum)) -

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 4.81 x 4.21 (maximum) (15'9" x 13'9" (maximum)) -

First Floor - The first floor has light and spacious landing and leads to four double bedrooms and the family bathroom. There is a further door that leads to a staircase that leads to the second floor bedroom. The master bedroom has an original secondary glazed sash window to the front aspect, a built in cupboard space with hanging rail and shelving and a folding door that leads to the en-suite which has a low level WC and a wash basin. Bedroom two is also situated at the front of Marton House with a secondary glazed window to the front aspect and a built-in cabinet. Bedroom three is also a double room with dual aspect views of the rear and side and has its own wash basin. Bedroom four has stripped floor with delightful views to the rear. The large family bathroom is fitted with a 4-piece bathroom suite including a tiled panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and separate shower cubicle. There is an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and shelving and further storage behind a louvre door. As the large bathroom is adjacent to the neighbouring en-suite in the master bedroom, with very little imagination the en-suite could be easily increased to cater for a shower cubicle, by utilising some of the storage.

Landing -

Master Bedroom - 4.68 x 4.55 (15'4" x 14'11") -

Wc -

Bedroom 2 - 4.24 x 3.19 (13'10" x 10'5") -

Bedroom 3 - 4.87 x 3.02 (15'11" x 9'10") -

Bedroom 4 - 4.63 x 2.41 (15'2" x 7'10") -

Family Bathroom -

Second Floor - The staircase leads on to a large double bedroom with vaulted ceiling with a variety of exposed timbers. There is a dormer window with super views of the gardens and fields beyond and a small door way providing access to the remaining roof void, providing excellent storage.

Bedroom 5 - 4.76 x 4.61 (15'7" x 15'1") -

Outside -

Front Gardens, Parking & Outbuildings - 1 Marton House, sits in the centre of the village and has a small attractive foregarden with a lavender border bisected by a blue brick pathway that leads to the front entrance door. Further along Birdingbury Road is a gated access that leads to a gravelled parking area, providing hardstanding for several vehicles.
There is access to a double garage with an up and over door, adjoining tool shed, whilst to the left is a very useful workshop, with power and water supply. To the left of the work shop is a stable, another useful storage space if required. A pedestrian pathway and gate meanders towards the rear gardens

Stable - 4.10 x 3.60 (13'5" x 11'9") -

Rear Gardens - The gardens are beautifully situated in 2 parts, with the main garden directly behind the house with a large terrace just off the conservatory. There is a wood store, timber shed and two aluminium greenhouses to left boundary. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn with some well stocked borders and pathway leading down the garden past the open fields and onto further lawned areas where currently the vendors keep chickens and ducks. There are a variety of outbuildings raised bark chipping borders and a small vegetable garden overlooking the fields beyond.

Location - The property is situated in the village of Marton which is located centrally within the county of Warwickshire. It has easy access to the towns of Leamington, Rugby & Coventry where there is a large selection of both public and state schooling including Arnold Lodge, Rugby School, Bilton Grange, Warwick, nearby Princethorpe and Grammar schools Lawrence Sheriff & Rugby High in Rugby. Whilst not in the catchment, some villagers also attend Southam College and a bus does stop in the village, whilst the popular Knightlow Primary School in Stretton On Dunsmore has an outstanding OFSTED report and many of the younger children in Marton attend; the property is within the catchment area for this school. The village itself has a vibrant community, including an active cricket club and many social events held at the village hall and church. In 2010 Marton won the title 'Best Village in Warwickshire'. Due to its location it has excellent access to the M69, M45, M6 & M40 as well as a train service from Rugby into Euston in under 50 minutes.

Services - Electric storage heating, mains water and broadband are connected.

Local Authority - Rugby Borough Council
Council Tax Band F.

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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15 June 2018

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