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Southam Street, Kineton, Warwick

£465,000

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  • A rare opportunity to acquire this well appointed and sympathetically extended circa 1920's semi-detached which enjoys some period features whilst boasting a truly enviable extended kitchen and versat

    Approach

    The property comfortably sits back behind a retaining wall with gated access to paved fore garden, tandem driveway and gated entry to rear garden.

    The accommodation is accessed via a storm porch and leaded light door to:

    Reception Hall

    A quarry tiled floor extends to a staircase rising to the first floor, tiled inner hallway and solid Oak veneer doors allow access to:

    Charming Sitting Room

    The focal point of the room stands a 'Log Burning Stove' with timber mantle over, bay window to fore and built-in storage cabinet to one side, traditional picture railing.

    Impressive Extended Kitchen

    This enviable family room/breakfast kitchen boasts extensive part heated tiled flooring, modern 'Soft Close' floor and wall mounted units, Quartz style work surfacing to either side with fitted 1 1/4 stainless steel sink unit, ceramic electric hob, separate oven and combination microwave oven. To the family area of the room there are 'Velux' skylight windows and downlighting, door to useful pantry and courtesy door to:

    Vestibule & Utility Room

    Having double glazed door to side entry, ceramic flooring and Oak veneer door leading through to a utility room which offers fitted base and wall units, sink area, low flush WC and space for white goods such as a washer dryer. The room neatly hoses the oil fired boiler and pressurised water system.

    First Floor Landing

    Having staircase rising to the converted attic accommodation and solid Oak veneer doors leading to:

    Bedroom Two

    Having bay window to front elevation, feature cast iron fireplace with tile hearth, traditional picture railing.

    Bedroom Three

    Having window to one side, feature cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth and feature picture railing.

    Bedroom Four

    Enjoying views over the rear garden.

    Family Bathroom

    Boasting a modern suite that comprises a paneled bath with complimentary tiling which extends to a low flush WC, vanity wash hand basin with storage beneath, double length shower cubicle with 'Rainwater' style shower head, full height tiling along with ceramic floor tiling.

    2nd Floor landing/Storage Room

    An Oak veneer door allows access to a useful storage room with skylight window, and from a small landing a further Oak veneer door offers access to:

    Loft Bedroom One

    Having dual aspect views via large 'Velux' skylight to front elevation with views over the village and Edgehill in the distance and double glazed window to rear. The room benefits from eves storage, built-in wardrobes with shelving and hanging space.

    Outside

    The property boasts a mature rear garden with paved patio area which extends to one side, extensive laid lawn with inset sun terrace and sunken pond, well stocked seasonal herbaceous borders, and situated to the rear of the garden is a large shed which is available within the sale by separate negotiation.

    Services

    All main services are connected to the property except main gas which is by means of oil and services an oil fired central heating system.

    Tenure

    The property we understand is 'Freehold', but a prospective purchaser is recommended to check and confirm this with their legal representative. The property will be sold with vacant possession.

    Energy Performance Certificate

    The property has a ' ' Rating, and a copy of the EPC can be downloaded from www.epcregister.com

    Local Authority

    Stratford District Council: Elizabeth House, Church Street, Stratford upon Avon, CV37 6HX

    • A Period Traditional Semi-Detached Family home
    • Enviable Extended Family Breakfast Kitchen
    • Sitting Room with 'Log burning stove'
    • Four Bedrooms rising over two floors
    • Modern Bathroom
    • Utility Room
    • Mature Rear Garden
    • Off Street Parking
    • Immediate Viewing is Essential
    • EPC Rating E
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