Complete Estate Agents are pleased to offer for sale this extended four bedroom end of terrace in Stretton On Dunsmore. The property has the added benefit of gas central heating, conservatory, separate dining room, fitted kitchen and single garage. Lovely enclosed garden to the rear. Off road parking to front. No Chain.
- Four Bedroom End Of Terrace
- Village Location
- Gas Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Seperate Dining Room
- Enclosed Rear Garden
- No Chain
- Entrance Porch
Entered via glazed door.
- Lounge - 4.64 x 4.93
Double glazed window to front. TV point. Radiator.
- Kitchen - 4.64 x 2.14
Range of fitted base and wall units. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Single drainer sink unit. Tiled splash areas. Space for a fridge / freezer. Wall mounted gas boiler. Door to
- Dining Room - 2.84 x 2.25
French doors to garden
- Conservatory - 3.51 x 1.89
Glazed windows overlooking garden. Doors to Garden.
- First Floor Landing
Access to loft.
- Bedroom One - 4.03 x 3.21
Built in wardrobes. Radiator. Window to front.
- Bedroom Two - 2.64 x 4.04
Built in Cupboard. Radiator. Window to rear.
- Bedroom Three - 3.44 x 2.26
Window to side and front. Radiator.
- Bedroom Four / Study - 3.24 x 2.26
Built in cupboard. Window to side and rear. Radiator.
- Shower Room
Enclosed shower cubicle with glazed sliding screen. Low flush WC. Wash hand basin. Tiled splash areas. Window to rear.
- Rear Garden
Enclosed rear garden with gated pedestrian access. Abundance of specimen trees and shrubs. Majority of the garden is hard landscaped with ornate circular patios and timber summer house. Bin storage area.
- Front Garden
Laid to lawn with retaining dwarf brick wall. Drive way leading to
Entered via up and over door. Power and light connected.
- Village History
Stretton-on-Dunsmore is a village and civil parish in the English county of Warwickshire. Its population in the 2001 census was recorded as 1,143, rising slightly to 1,159 at the 2011 census. In the 19th century the population was 634. The village is situated just south of the A45 trunk road, approximately midway between Rugby and Coventry. Administratively, Stretton is part of the borough of Rugby.
Stretton means "settlement on a Roman Road" (from the Old English stræt and tun). In this case the road is Fosse Way. This site is referred to in the Domesday Book . Copy held on the Public Record in the National Archives, Kew. Dated 1086.
- About Rugby
Rugby is a market town in Warwickshire, England, on the River Avon. The town has a population of 70,628 (2011 census) making it the second largest town in the county. The enclosing Borough of Rugby has a population of 100,500 (2011 census). Rugby is 13 miles (21 km) east of Coventry, on the eastern edge of Warwickshire, near the borders with Northamptonshire and Leicestershire. The town is credited with being the birthplace of rugby football.
- Rugby Borough Council
Rugby Borough Council,
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