Open House 3/09/16. 3.00pm - 4.00pm. A three bed-roomed extended mid terraced property in need of cosmetic improvement.
For sale with no chain. A three bedroom extended mid terrace property situated in the popular village location of Newbold Upon Avon. The accommodation comprises of entrance hallway, lounge / dining room, downstairs bathroom, fitted kitchen, first floor landing three bedrooms and a shower room. The property benefits from Upvc double glazing, gas central heating. enclosed rear garden, parking for 3/4 vehicles. This property must be viewed to be appreciated.
- Open House
- 3/09/16. 3.00pm - 4.00pm
- Extended Three bed
- Cosmetic Improvement Needed
- Two Fitted Bathrooms
- Gas Central Heating
- UPVC Glazed
- Off Road Parking
- Fitted Kitchen
- Star Buy
- Entrance Hall
Radiator, stairs, door to:
Three piece suite comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin and low-level WC, tiled splashbacks, heated towel rail.
- Lounge/Diner - 6.48m x 3.25m
UPVC double glazed bay window to front, decorative open fireplace set in feature timber surround, two double radiators, door to:
- Kitchen - 2.96m x 4.17m
Fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units with worktop space over, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, uPVC double glazed door to garden.
UPVC double glazed window to side, door to:
- Bedroom 1 - 3.44m x 2.72m
UPVC double glazed bay window to front, radiator.
- Bedroom 2 - 2.94m x 3.02m
UPVC double glazed window to rear.
- Bedroom 3 - 2.40m x 2.12m
UPVC double glazed window to front, radiator.
Three piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, tiled shower cubicle and low-level WC, uPVC obscure double glazed window to rear.
- Local Authority
Rugby Borough Council
- Tax Band
Newbold-on-Avon is an area of Rugby in Warwickshire, England, located around 1½ miles north-west of the town centre. From the 2011 Census population details are kept within Rugby. Newbold was historically a village in its own right, but was incorporated into Rugby in 1932. The name is derived from the Saxon Niowebold ('New house').
Newbold keeps its village character in places, but modern housing estates surround the old village core. In the old village is the church of St Botolph, which dates from the 15th century.
The River Avon and the Oxford Canal go between Newbold and Rugby. The canal goes through the 189-metre-long Newbold Tunnel, built in the 1830s to replace an older tunnel which went on a different route. Remains of the old tunnel can be seen next to the churchyard.
There are some former quarries in the Newbold area. One of them has been converted into a nature reserve, known as Newbold Quarry Park
- Viewing Arrangements
Strictly By Appointment With Complete Estate Agents.
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