Delightful period country cottage offering charming character accommodation featuring a wealth of exposed beams, large inglenook style fireplace and enjoying a fine views to the rear over open countryside. The small well regarded village of Hampton on the Hill offers an attractive blend of period and more modern properties and with post office / store, school, public house and church in the nearby neighbouring village of Hampton Magna. The historic county town of Warwick is within two and a half miles and quick easy access is offered to Warwick Parkway Rail Station, the A46 and Junction 15 of the M40 providing excellent commuter links.
Front door with small glazed pane. Windows to side. Quarry tiled floor. Multi-pane door to :
Sitting / Dining Room (19'3 x 9'0 plus 18'6 x 10'7 5.88 x 2.75 plus 5.64 x 3.24):
Wealth of exposed beams and ceiling timbers. Open fire grate set into large Inglenook fireplace of natural brick, heavy beam and quarry tiled hearth. Two storage heaters. Five wall light points. Two double glazed windows to the front. T.V. aerial point. Telephone point. Open tread staircase leading to the first floor. Multi pane double doors opening to the:
Lean-to Conservatory (7'3 x 7'7 2.22 x 2.33):
Tiled floor. Electric power. View and access to the rear garden.
Kitchen (8'9 x 7'5 2.69 x 2.28):
Single drainer stainless steel sink with cupboard space under. Range of eye and base level units. Work surfaces and walls tiled around the splash areas. Plumbing for dishwasher. Built-in oven, hob and cooker hood over. Ceiling timber. Vaulted ceiling and one wall featuring exposed brickwork and wall beams. Window providing views over the rear garden.
First Floor Landing:
Exposed beam. Double glazed window to side. Airing cupboard housing the factory lagged hot water cylinder fitted with an electric immersion heater. Access to loft space.
Bedroom 1 (14'0 x 9'7 4.29 x 2.93):
Storage heater. Exposed beam. Fitted wardrobes. Double glazed Dormer window to front.
Bedroom 2 (11'0 x 8'4 3.36 x 2.55):
Room size less the space taken up by the rising staircase baulkhead. Window to rear providing glorious views over the garden, farmland and towards Warwick and beyond.
Bathroom (9'7 x 7'5 max measurements 2.93 x 2.27 max measurements):
Pine panelled bath with shower over and walls tiled around the splash areas. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback and mirror over. Close coupled w.c. Exposed brick chimney breast. Exposed wall and ceiling beams. Electric wall heater. Velux window.
The fore area is laid with an area of gravel, flower and shrub borders and dwarf brick wall with half moon blue brick topping. Pedestrian side access to rear garden.
The rear garden extends to approximately 18.7m x 6.8m. It is laid with a small paved patio and the remainder mainly to lawn with flower and shrub borders. Timber garden shed. Summer house 8ft. x 8ft. Outside tap. Outside light. The garden enjoys a high level of seclusion and is enclosed by wall and fencing.
SERVICES: Mains electricity, water and drains are connected to the property. LOCAL AUTHORITY: Warwick District Council. COUNCIL TAX BAND: The property is in Council Tax Band 'D' £1683.24 2017/18 TENURE: The property is FREEHOLD. Vacant possession will be given upon completion. FIXTURES & FITTINGS: Included in the sale price are all the items of fixtures and fittings mentioned in these sales particulars. VIEWING: Through the Agents DONALD CARTER & PARTNERS on 01926-492422, fax 411897 or e-mail email@example.com who will be pleased to make appointments for interested applicants to view.
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