An executive detached property boasts six bedrooms with spacious and well presented accommodation arranged over three floors. Located on the prestigious 'Hall Close' within the historic and highly sought after village of Dunchurch, which is well served by a wide range of local shops and amenities, to include a post office, pharmacy, hair and beauty salons, art gallery, and florists. There is also a doctors surgery, dentist, library and a variety of restaurants and public houses. There is a Montessori nursery school within the village, Dunchurch Infant and nursery school, and Dunchurch Boughton C of E junior school. The property occupies a generous plot which features a driveway, detached double garage, and beautifully landscaped garden to the front aspect, with a large, enclosed garden to the rear aspect.
The stylish and versatile living accommodation comprises in brief of an entrance hall, guest WC, lounge with UPVC French patio doors onto the garden, a dining room, stunning high gloss refitted kitchen with integrated appliances, utility room, and study on the ground floor. The first floor features bedrooms one and two, both with en-suites, a spacious landing area, and bedrooms five and six, with the second floor hosting bedrooms three and four, a four piece bathroom, and galleried landing.
- Detached Village Home
- Six Bedrooms
- Two En Suites
- Gas Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Double Garage
- Seperate Dining Room
- Re Fitted Kitchen
- No Upward Chain
- Entrance Hall
- Study - 2.35 x 3.75
Radiator. Double glazed window to front.
- Dining Room - 3.65 x 3.51
Radiator. Double glazed window to front.
- Lounge - 5.42 x 3.75
Fire surround with in set gas fire. French doors to rear garden.
Low flush WC. Wash hand basin.
- Kitchen - 4.42 x 4.08
Range of eye and base level modern high gloss fitted kitchen units with granite worksurface over. Inset stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap over. Five ring gas hob. Two integrated Hotpoint ovens. Integrated Hotpoint microwave. Integrated Hotpoint coffee machine. Integrated fridge freezer. Integrated dishwasher. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Television point. Two uPVC double glazed windows to rear aspect. Radiator.
- Utility Room - 2.67 x 1.70
Range of eye and base level modern high gloss fitted kitchen units with granite worksurface over. Inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap over. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. Wall mounted Baxi boiler. Cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Extractor fan. Radiator.
- First Floor Landing
Smoke alarm. Ceiling coving. Radiator. Airing cupboard with slatted linen shelving and radiator. Stairs rising to second floor. Doors to all further first floor accommodation.
- Master Bedroom - 4.78 x 3.84
Two uPVC double glazed windows to front aspect. Television point. Range of fitted wardrobes. Ceiling coving. Radiator. Door to:
- En Suite
Low flush WC. Wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap over and tiled splashbacks. Shower cubicle with mains power shower and integrated body wash jet system. Shaving point. Extractor fan. Radiator. Obscure uPVC double glazed window to side aspect.
- BedroomTwo - 3.61 x 3.66
Two uPVC double glazed windows to front aspect. Range of fitted wardrobes. Television point. Ceiling coving. Radiator. Door to:
- En Suite
Low flush WC. Wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap over and tiled splashbacks. Shower cubicle with mains power shower. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Extractor fan. Shaving point. uPVC double glazed obscure window to front aspect.
- Bedroom Three - 4.47m x 2.46m
uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect. Ceiling coving. Radiator.
- Bedroom Six - 3.18m x 2.44m
uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect. Radiator.
- Second Floor
Radiator. uPVC double glazed Velux window to rear aspect. Loft access hatch. Doors to all further second floor accommodation.
Wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap and tiled splashbacks. Low flush WC. Shower cubicle with mains power shower. Panelled jacuzzi bath. Extractor fan. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Shaving point. Radiator. uPVC double glazed obscure window to front aspect.
- Bedroom Four - 3.53 x 6.10
uPVC double glazed window to front aspect. Double glazed Velux window to rear aspect. Ceiling coving. Radiator.
- Bedroom Five - 6.10m x 3.78m
Double glazed window to front aspect. Double glazed Velux window to rear aspect. A range of built-in fitted wardrobes. Ceiling coving. Two radiators.
- Outside Front
Slabbed pathway leading to the front door. Laid to lawn area enclosed by wrought iron fencing. Courtesy light. Block paved driveway in front of the garage providing parking for two vehicles.
- Detached Double Garage - 6.02 x 5.89
Of brick construction with pitch tiled roof and storage above. uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect. uPVC double glazed obscure glass door to side aspect.
- Rear Garden
Completely enclosed by timber panel fencing. Access to the side of the property via a lockable timber gate. Slab pathway and slab patio area. Further stoned patio area. Remainder is laid to lawn. Garden is westerly facing.
- 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,
- About Dunchurch
The earliest historical reference to Dunchurch was in the Domesday Book in the 11th century which mentioned a settlement called Don Cerce. The core of the village has been declared a conservation area because it has many buildings of historical interest. Some of the buildings date to the 15th century are timber framed and still have traditional thatch roofs. As Dunchurch was located at the crossroads of the coaching roads between London and Birmingham (now the A45 road) (classified as B4429 through the village) and Oxford and Leicester (now the A426 road), it was for centuries an important staging post. At one point there were 27 coaching inns in Dunchurch to cater for travellers. Two of these still remain; the 'Dun Cow' and 'The Green Man. Guy Fawkes House, now a private residence, formerly the 'Lion Inn'
Many notable people have stayed at Dunchurch. Most notably, in 1605 the Gunpowder Plotters stayed at the 'Lion Inn' (now a private residence called 'Guy Fawkes House') in Dunchurch awaiting news of Guy Fawkes's attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament. If he had been successful they planned to kidnap the King's daughter Princess Elizabeth from nearby Coombe Abbey.
Other well known people who have stayed in the village include the young Queen Victoria (before she became Queen) and the Duke of Wellington. Robert Stephenson stayed in Dunchurch when supervising the construction of the Kilsby Tunnel during the building of the London and Birmingham Railway. Dunchurch is the birthplace of the 18th century hymnwriter William Tans'ur, and in more recent times of the athlete Katharine Merry. For many years it was the home of England cricketer Ian Bell.
In the early 1930s part of the civil parish was transferred to Rugby, and the part of the parish of Bilton which was not merged with Rugby was transferred to Dunchurch.
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