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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Birdingbury Road, Marton, Rugby

Offers in Excess of £850,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Parquet flooring to hallway
  • Original English Rose kitchen
  • Three spacious bedrooms
  • Large family bathroom
  • Two 14 ft x 14 ft stables
  • Tack room
  • Large garage/barn with workshop
  • Barn 41 ft x 40 ft.
  • Paddocks of approx. 6.2 acres
  • Energy rating - TBC

Full description

A fantastic opportunity to acquire a three bedroom detached family home with potential for extending, subject to obtaining relevant planning permission, sitting in a total plot of approximately 7.6 acres. The property has a sweeping driveway, large mature gardens to both the front and rear and is located on the edge of the popular village of Marton. There are a range of outbuildings including two large stables, a tack room, large barn and large storage barn/garage along with two/three paddocks equating to approximately 6.2 acres.

Location - Marton is ideally located within the county of Warwickshire and has easy access to the towns of Rugby, Leamington and Coventry where there is a good range of shopping and leisure facilities as well as a large selection of public and state schooling including Rugby School, Bilton Grange, Arnold Lodge, Warwick, and nearby Princethorpe with grammar schools including Lawrence Sheriff and Rugby High School for Girls in Rugby. Although not in the catchment area, some of the villagers’ children also attend Southam College as a bus stops in the village and some primary school children attend the popular Knightlow Primary School in the nearby village of Stretton on Dunsmore which has an outstanding OFSTED report. The village has a vibrant community with many social events held at the village hall and church including an active cricket club. Marton is ideally placed for access to the major road networks including M40, M6, M69 and M45 as well as a frequent train service into London Euston, which takes just under 50 minutes.

Ground Floor - A spacious hall way with original parquet flooring has a split level stair case with a door to a useful storage cupboard ideal for coats and shoes. There is a recess under the stairs which could easily house a small desk and doors to the ground floor accommodation whilst large windows on the landing afford the area with lots of natural light. The sitting room has leaded windows to the front aspect and patio doors with glazed panels either side which give access and make the most of the views of the rear gardens and paddocks beyond. There are Victorian style radiators, an attractive brick built open fireplace with tiled shelving either side, picture rail and coving to the ceiling. The kitchen has the original retro English Rose kitchen which has stainless steel work surfaces and sink, a cream double oven AGA which also serves the hot water, ceramic tiled flooring, a useful pantry cupboard and door to the inner lobby. From here, there is a further door to the rear which gives access to the original garage now, converted to an office with light and power, and block work glazed panels to the front. This area is also used as a utility with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. From the inner lobby a door gives way to a glass covered patio area which is an ideal entertaining space. To one side there is a WC, boiler room and covered area which houses the oil tank for the central heating.

First Floor - The bright and airy galleried landing has two attractive stained glass feature windows, an airing cupboard and doors to the first floor accommodation. The large master bedroom has fitted sliding wardrobes and leaded windows to the front aspect and further windows overlooking the rear. Triple aspect windows to the front, rear and side afford lots of natural light to the second bedroom which has a Victorian style radiator and storage. The third bedroom is currently being used as a sitting room and has loft access. A spacious part tiled family bathroom has a heated towel rail, bath with shower over, wc and wash hand basin inset into a vanity unit.

Outside - Enclosed by mature hedging and trees, a sweeping tarmacadam driveway gives way to parking for several vehicles. There are two large lawn areas and access to the rear to both sides of the property with vehicular access through a five bar gate to the right which leads down to the garage/barn and paddocks beyond. The beautiful rear gardens have a large patio area running across the back of the house beyond the covered patio area which lead to the mature rear garden which has a variety of established plants and trees including two eating apple varieties, Bramley apple tree, plum trees, impressive willow, firs and beech. Within the garden there is a thatched summer house which has previously been used for entertaining and two sheds. To the rear of the garden there is a large garage/storage barn with light and power and vehicular access to the side and to the front of the building. There is a work shop attached to the rear of the building. To the side of the garage/storage barn there is a tack room, two large loose boxes with hard standing and a further large barn/haystore which would be suitable for housing a tractor. There is water, power and three phase electricity. At the rear of the garden there is post and rail fencing and a five bar gate which leads to the main paddocks with a further paddock accessed to the right of the garden, all of which equate to 6.2 acres.

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment via the selling agents. Contact 01788 564666.

Services - None of the services have been tested and purchasers should note that it is their specific responsibility to make their own enquiries of the appropriate authorities as to the location, adequacy and availability of mains water, electricity, gas and drainage services.

Fixtures And Fittings - Only those items in the nature of fixtures and fittings mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale. Other items are specifically excluded. None of the appliances have been tested by the agents and they are not certified or warranted in any way.

Local Authority - Rugby Borough Council. Tel: 01788 533533. Council Tax Band - TBC.

Important Information - Every care has been taken with the preparation of these Sales Particulars, but complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed. In all cases, buyers should verify matters for themselves. Where property alterations have been undertaken buyers should check that relevant permissions have been obtained. If there is any point, which is of particular importance let us know and we will verify it for you. These particulars do not constitute a contract or part of a contract. All measurements are approximate. The fixtures, fittings, services and appliances have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Photographs are provided for general information and it cannot be inferred that any item shown is included in the sale. Plans are provided for general guidance and are not to scale.

Floorplan - Howkins & Harrison prepare these plans for reference only. They are not to scale.


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