|Added on Rightmove:||25 August 2018 (107 days ago)|
- Newly decorated semi detached house
- Sought after village location
- Hall with fitted cloaks
- Fitted Kitchen
- Spacious lounge diner
- Two double bedrooms
- Contemporary bathroom
- Off road parking
- EPC rating B
A modern semi detached property in a sought after cul de sac location. The accommodation is presented in immaculate condition, being newly decorated throughout, and comprises entrance hall with fitted cloakroom, fitted kitchen, spacious lounge and dining room, two double bedrooms and contemporary bathroom. Outside are enclosed gardens and off road parking for two vehicles.
General - The property was constructed in 2013 in the grounds of the former St Martins Convent. Stoke Golding is a very popular village located close to both Hinckley and Nuneaton. There is a very active community and the village has its own web site which is packed full of useful information.Traditionally Stoke Golding is known as the village where King Henry VII was crowned after the Battle of Bosworth. It has also recently been established that the battle took place much closer to the village than previously thought. The village sign proudly shows the two hawthorn bushes on Crown Hill where Richard III's crown was said to have been found following his death. The villagers of Stoke Golding, on August 22nd 1485, climbed to the top of the tower of St. Margaret's Church , to watch the battle in the distance and indeed there are grooves on the window sills where the archers, on the night before the battle, sharpened their arrows. Sir Reginald Bray. One of Henry Tudor's knights, had found the crown and brought it to the new king for an ''impromptu'' coronation using an old table and chair from a local farmhouse . Following their moment in history Stoke Golding returned to being a sleepy, farming village, however, as the Industrial Revolution crept across England, small industries grew up including the making of socks, stockings and shoes. Goods were brought to the village by the Ashby Canal or the railway which connected the village to Nuneaton, Coalville and the North. Most of the industry has now gone, although a small trading estate still remains alongside three pubs, a Post Office, a general shop and a small marina on the Ashby Canal. Stoke Golding lies about three miles to the north west of Hinckley and is well placed for motorway links to the M1 and M69 which in turn links to the M6.
Tenancy Arrangements - Please note this is a no smoking property. On application, referencing fees of £100.00 inc VAT for a single applicant/£150.00 incl VAT for a joint application are payable. Upon successful referencing, a documentation fee of £150.00 inc VAT is payable. Please note that if a Guarantor is required, the additional referencing fee would be £60 inc VAT. We regret that once paid, neither the referencing fee nor the documentation fees are refundable if you fail the referencing, or we become aware of something which has not been disclosed and affects the Landlords decision. In the unlikely event that the Landlord does not proceed due to a change in their own circumstances, we will refund your referencing and documentation fees. The rent quoted is exclusive of utilities. At check in, the first months rent becomes payable, together with a deposit (usually equivalent to six weeks rent however this vary depending on the results of referencing). We regret no pets are allowed at this property.
Entrance Hall - 11'1 x 6'6 average (3.38m x 1.98m average) - With composite front entrance door with obscure glazed panel, dark wood effect laminate flooring, radiator, alarm sensor and panel, staircase leading to the first floor and door off to the fitted cloakroom.
Fitted Cloakroom - With obscure glazed window to the front elevation, close coupled white w.c, wash basin in vanity unit, tall fitted storage unit with mirror and inset spotlights, tile effect vinyl flooring, central heating radiator with TRV, extractor fan and storage cupboard.
Fitted Kitchen - 9'10 x 5'6 (3.00m x 1.68m) - With window to the front elevation, and fitted with a range of light wood effect base, drawer and wall units, marble effect working surfaces over and inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit, built in AEG oven and grill, four ring gas hob with stainless steel splashback and stainless steel chimney style cooker hood over, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for fridge freezer, wall mounted Baxi Duotec2 combination gas fired central heating boiler, inset ceiling spotlights, ceiling mounted smoke and CO alarms.
Alternative Kitchen View -
Lounge And Dining Room - 13'1 x 12'8 maximum (3.99m x 3.86m maximum) - With useful under stairs storage cupboard housing the wall mounted consumer unit and providing cloaks hanging space and lighting, TV aerial point and lead, telephone point, central heating radiator, uPVC double glazed french doors to the rear garden with curtain rail over, central heating thermostat.
Alternative View Lounge And Dining Room -
Staircase To First Floor Landing - A staircase with turned balustrade leads up from the entrance hall to the first floor landing which has a ceiling mounted smoke alarm and loft access hatch giving access to the boarded roof space which has a light and storage racking.
Bedroom One - 12'8 x 9'07 (3.86m x 2.92m) - With built in wardrobe having its own small radiator, hanging rail and shelving, dormer style window to the front elevation with fitted wooden venetian blind, central heating radiator with TRV, TV aerial point.
Bedroom Two - 12'8 x 6'10 (3.86m x 2.08m) - With window to the rear elevation with fitted wooden venetian blind, and central heating radiator with TRV.
Contemporary Bathroom - 6'10 x 5'6 (2.08m x 1.68m) - With white suite comprising panelled bath with mains shower over and fitted glazed shower screen, vanity unit with wash basin and chrome monobloc mixer tap, close coupled dual flush w.c., tile effect vinyl flooring, chrome ladder style heated towel rail, extractor fan, obscure glazed window to the side elevation.
Outside - To the front of the property is a pretty garden and pathway to the front entrance. There is a canopy open porch over the front entrance door. To the side is a generous parking driveway.
Rear Garden - The rear garden has been immaculately maintained and is landscaped with deep patio and steps up to a lawned area, stone wall enclosed raised borders, retaining timber sleeper borders, useful timber garden shed, the whole enclosed with boundary fencing and gate to the parking area.
Alternative View Of Rear Garden - Showing the timber shed.
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