Offered with NO UPWARD CHAIN is this well-presented three-bedroom period town house with many original features located toward the top of this popular residential street.
In brief, the accommodation comprises a covered entrance porch, entrance hall, spacious bay-fronted lounge/dining room, good-sized kitchen and bathroom.
On the first floor there is a generous landing, three bedrooms, two of which are doubles and an additional WC. The original roof with a window to rear aspect has been replaced. This now features a double-glazed Velux window. The loft offers great potential for conversion (subject to the usual permissions).
The property retains many original features such as plaster cornices and original panel doors. In addition, there is also has gas central heating to radiators, uPVC double glazing and a door leading from the kitchen to a CELLAR that offers great additional storage space or potential for conversion (again, subject to the usual permissions).
Outside, the property has a small front garden and an attractive rear garden extending a further 45 feet beyond the rear most part of the house.
ENTRANCE PORCH: (2'10" x 1'8")
Steps lead up through a decorative archway to the covered entrance porch that is provided with a courtesy light and an external letterbox. An original door with inset stained-glass panels leads to the entrance hall.
ENTRANCE HALL: (13'0" x 2'10")
The entrance hall retains a number of original features that include plaster cornices, decorative corbel arch, dado rail, deep section skirting boards and the original decorative tiled flooring. There is also a single panel radiator, a staircase leading to the first-floor landing and a door leading to the lounge/dining room.
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM: (25'7" x 11'3" Max)
This spacious reception room is separated into two areas by a wide archway with the solid wood flooring running seamlessly through both areas.
LOUNGE AREA: (13'2" x 10'11")
This welcoming living area has a UPVC double glazed bay window to the front aspect but also retains the original paster cornices, deep section skirting boards and a chimney breast set with a beautiful marble fireplace with inset living flame gas fire.
DINING AREA: (11'10" x 11'3")
This large dining area also has plaster cornices, deep section skirting boards, a single panel radiator and a uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
KITCHEN: (12'3" x 8'6")
The kitchen is fitted with a matching range of base and wall mounted cabinets. The extensive worksurface has tiled splash backs and is inset with a 1/1/2 bowl stainless steel sink unit. There is space for a gas cooker with cooker hood above, a uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and an original panel door leading to the rear garden. Original panel doors lead to the cellar and to the utility space.
UTILITY SPACE: (5'0" x 3'6")
With a door leading to the bathroom, the utility space has plumbing for an automatic washing machine and a work surface allowing space for a tumble dryer.
BATHROOM: (9'7" x 5'0")
The spacious bathroom was originally a fully tiled wet room that is now fitted with a matching white suite comprising close coupled WC, wall mounted wash basin and panel corner bath with shower over. In addition, there is an extractor fan, frosted uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect and a single panel radiator.
CELLAR: (14'1 x 11'7 PLUS 8'6 x 2'11")
Steps down from the kitchen lead to this very useful additional storage space that also offers the potential for conversion. The cellar is arranged into two areas with the main area having a uPVC double glazed window, the electricity consumer unit and the gas and electricity meters.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING: (11'10" x 5'5")
The generous landing has the original carved timber balustrade, original over-stairs double cupboard, dado rail and deep section skirting boards. Original panel doors lead to all first-floor accommodation and there is a loft hatch with built in ladder leading to the large main roof space that, like the cellar offers the potential for conversion (please see photographs)
MAIN BEDROOM: (16'1" x 11'11")
The spacious main bedroom has two uPVC double glazed windows to the front aspect, a large single panel radiator, a chimney breast set with original cast iron grate, picture rails and deep section skirting boards.
BEDROOM TWO: (11'10" x 10'2")
Bedroom two is also a good double bedroom with a uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden with single panel radiator under, a chimney breast and deep section skirting board.
BEDROOM THREE: (8'5" x 8'1")
With uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, double panel radiator and deep section skirting boards.
WC: (5'2" x 3'9")
With a frosted uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect, matching white, period style close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin and a single panel radiator.
The small fore-garden is enclosed by a low blue brick wall and a clipped box hedge. There is also a cover over the light well to the cellar.
The attractive cottage garden is enclosed by brick walling to three sides and has a lawned area, flower borders and a vegetable garden. There is also a timber shed and gated pedestrian access via a shared tunnel access with an additional gate on the road-side end.
Claremont Road is located less than a kilometer from Rugby town centre which offers a good variety of independent retailers, coffee shops, bars and restaurants.
Rugby's new retail park 'Elliots Field' is only a short drive from Claremont Road. This modern easy-to-reach shopping park contains many flagship retail stores such as Marks and Spencer, Next, Nike and Sofology to name a few. There are also many coffee shops, restaurants and not to forget the free parking. There are many excellent private and public schools with Rugby School being the most famous. Rugby has two main grammar schools plus no less than 5 additional secondary schools and infant and junior schools in all areas. Leisure amenities are plentiful with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Sports Centre being the main. Rugby's train station is less than 0.3 miles away and is served by London Midland and Virgin Trains. Rugby to London Euston is less than 50 minutes by fast train and Birmingham 20 minutes. This is just one of the reasons why Rugby has become extremely popular with many commuters. This simply exceptional property has to be viewed in order to be truly appreciated, call Life Investments today to book your appointment.
Services: Mains water (metered) electricity, drainage and gas fired central heating.
Local Authority: Rugby Borough Council.
Council Tax Band: Band 'B'
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TENURE: The property is freehold.
SERVICES: All mains services are connected or available but not tested. A telephone line is installed the transfer of which is subject to BT regulations. Life Investments have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings, etc, or services to this property, so cannot confirm they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A buyer is recommended to obtain confirmation from their Surveyor or Solicitor.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS: Only those as mentioned in these details will be included in the sale.
MEASUREMENTS: The measurements provided are given as a general guide only and are all approximate.
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