An outstanding family home in an unrivalled Kenilworth location. With far reaching views across Abbey Fields and beyond, this Georgian house offers fantastic proportions, skilfully combining period features with contemporary living.
Superbly restored and extended by the current owners the ground floor offers flexible accommodation throughout. At the heart of the house the generous breakfast kitchen extends into a stunning family room with lantern light to the ceiling, log burner, and opening onto the rear garden. A good sized living room also opens on to the garden, and a library/dining room offers further living accommodation.
The four double bedrooms are all generous in proportion and the three bathrooms (one en-suite) are fitted to the highest standards. With storage provided for in the cellar and garage, and a home-office in the garden, this unique property offers an exceptional opportunity.
- Outstanding Georgian Family Home
- Unrivalled Location
- Period Features and Contemporary Living
- Breakfast Kitchen and Family Room
- Living Room and Library/Dining Room
- Four Generous Double Bedrooms
- Three bathrooms (one en-suite)
- Utility Room and Cloakroom
- Cellar, Garage and Home Office
- Grade II Listed
- Front Elevation
- Hall - 8.18 x 2.09
- Wc - 1.10 x 2.09
- Dining Room/Library - 4.69 x 3.92
- Living Room - 5.99 x 3.78
- Family Room - 5.11 x 4.90
- Kitchen - 6.19 x 5.17
- Utility Room - 3.20 x 3.92
- First Floor - 8.18 x 2.09
- Bedroom - 4.21 x 4.04
- Bedroom - 4.09 x 4.04
- Bathroom - 2.55 x 2.09
- Second Floor - 4.96 x 2.09
- Bathroom - 1.65 x 2.09
- Bedroom - 4/14 x 4.04
- Bedroom - 4.37 x 4.04
- Bathroom - 2.55 x 2.09
- En Suite Shower Room
- Garden Home Office - 3.60 x 3.50
- Extensive Rear Garden
- Garage - 4.07 x 3.34
- EPC: Exempt
Nestled in beautiful Warwickshire countryside, the historic town of Kenilworth has a wonderful central location close to the larger centres of Warwick, Royal Leamington Spa and Coventry and within easy reach of the world-renowned Stratford-upon-Avon, Cotswolds and Birmingham International Airport. The town has fantastic travel links, with its own railway station and direct connections to Coventry and Leamington from where you can join the wider rail network and reach London in a little more than an hour. Kenilworth is perfectly placed to access the wider motorway network of M1, M6, M40 and M42.
The town is steeped in history going back to Roman times and is home to England’s largest ruined castle, the remains of a medieval monastery set in 68 acres of parkland and many buildings of architectural interest.
At its heart is the beautiful 70-acre Abbey Fields, which includes picnic areas, a lake, a leisure centre (outdoor and indoor swimming pools), tennis courts, and a fantastic children’s playground. The town is well served by two excellent theatres, the Talisman and the Priory and a plethora of sporting facilities. There are also many superb restaurants, pubs and cafes in this gem of a town. As you might expect from a town of this indomitable quality, there are ample educational establishments providing private and state education at pre-school, primary and secondary levels adding that extra sparkle, by Ofsted standard, to its upcoming citizens
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