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Avenue Road, Leamington Spa

CV31 3PE

Price Guide £675,000
  • Ref: 11860
  • Type: Town House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Victorian End of Terrace
  • Immaculately Presented
  • Retained Character Features
  • No Onward Chain
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Self Contained Annex
  • Stroll to Local Parks and Town
Available for the first time in more than 20 years, this unique property combines quality features and ideal location for a rare opportunity to live the Leamington lifestyle to the full. Like the town itself, the house is elegant and convenient, stylish and relaxed - it is no exaggeration to describe this Victorian villa as a gem. Rooms are large and well proportioned. High ceilings and wide hallways make the house unusually spacious and airy, while sash windows throughout ensure excellent ventilation. Carefully conserved period features, a wealth of contemporary ingenuity, and the highest quality fittings create an environment that is attractive and efficient. Shown off superbly by the existing decor, the property is structurally versatile and equipped to support diverse new preferences for uses and furnishing.

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Full Particulars

An End Terrace Victorian Residence
With A Self Contained Annexe
Energy Efficiency Rating D

LOCATION
The house sits in a well-defined residential section of the town centre, where neighbours know and help one another out, and meet in the local pub (The Cricketers Arms) -- and is also only minutes' walk from the elegant shops and restaurants on the Parade. The multi-screen cinema is just a couple of streets away, as are gyms and dance workshops. Open parkland, sports facilities, a wildlife reserve, and the River Leam (with kayaking and canoeing) are almost literally at the back door. Five minutes' walk away the Railway Station connects to London Marylebone in just 1hr 20 mins, and large supermarkets at the local retail park are on the doorstep.

THREE FLOORS 2,000 square ft
The lower ground floor is one single open space. A separate entrance (as well as access from the main house), two toilets and bathroom, fitted kitchen-bar, and specially constructed high ceilings make it perfect for entertaining, gatherings, and all kind of recreation and creativity -- enormously valuable when weather and intrusions can often make outdoors inhospitable or impractical, or to preserve complete privacy in the upstairs floors.

The lower ground floor can also immediately serve as a separate residential annexe for a family member of any age wanting self-contained accommodation within the security of the home, and this is how the space is currently configured. Sliding doors divide the living from the sleeping area with en suite shower room, and a sheltered arbour outside the front door is ideal for morning coffee or afternoon tea, or just to relax on a warm afternoon.

HIGHLIGHTS
Wide South-facing bay windows flood the living room and main bedroom with light, while picture windows in kitchen and second bedroom offer arresting views along Victoria Street. There is a wood-burning stove in the living room, sleek designer housing for top quality Miele appliances in the kitchen, and solid beech floors in the bedrooms. The splendid main bedroom/dressing room has bespoke shutters for privacy and light control at all times, the wide landing is an enormously useful dry extension to the bathroom, and bespoke fittings have turned the single bedroom into the home office.

Space for coats and shoes, a utility room for messy chores and unobtrusive housing for the boiler and hot tank are integrated round the stairs. Heating can be separately programmed on each floor and controlled at each radiator, lights have multiple switching, and there are outdoor lights and mains water taps at the front and rear. The house is set back with stout iron fencing front and rear with a striking herbaceous border at the front. Harmoniously solid and full of potential, this is a house to spread in and relish.

OUTSIDE
At the rear of the house the back door leads from the kitchen to an enclosed storage area. Steps down to an iron gate giving access to Victoria Street provides security, convenience and a firm anchor in the neighbourhood. This outdoor utility has lighting and mains water supply. At the front of the house the deep floral border creates a welcome buffer to the street, and greatly enhances the appearance of the house. A pebbled pathway leads to steps down to the lower ground floor, where a secluded area ideal for casual relaxation is supplied by light and mains water.

GENERAL INFORMATION

TENURE
Freehold.

SERVICES
We understand that all mains services are connected to the property. We have not carried out any form of testing of appliances, central heating or other services and prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their condition and efficiency.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Specifically excluded unless mentioned in these sales particulars.

COUNCIL TAX
Band E - Warwick District Council.

REF
MRR/MRR/1210/1

DIRECTIONS
Postcode for Sat Nav - CV31 3PE

Features

  • Victorian End of Terrace
  • Immaculately Presented
  • Retained Character Features
  • No Onward Chain
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Self Contained Annex
  • Stroll to Local Parks and Town

Floor Plan

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