Situated within a highly convenient central Leamington location within easy reach of all town centre facilities and Leamington Spa railway station, this is a fine example of an early Victorian town house dating to around 1850. Offering flexible and characterful accommodation arranged over five storeys, notable features of the accommodation include a spacious lounge to the lower ground floor with a kitchen and separate dining room being positioned on the ground floor. The five bedrooms are arranged over the upper three storeys with the property retaining much of its original charm and features including ceiling cornicing, fireplaces and bell pulls. Outside there is a split level garden terrace to the rear. A unique property that must be viewed.
Location - The property is positioned to the bottom of Grove Street close to its junction with Portland Place West thereby being within easy walking distance of the full range of town centre amenities including parks, the Royal Pump Rooms, cinemas, restaurants, bars, independent retailers and artisan coffee shops. Leamington Spa railway station is also within easy reach providing regular commuter rail links to London and Birmingham amongst other destinations, there also being good local road links available to neighbouring towns and centres including Warwick, Stratford Upon Avon and the Midland motorway network.
On The Ground Floor -
Arched Recessed Porch Entrance - With period entrance door opening into:-
Reception Hallway - With central heating radiator, exposed floor timbers and open plan access to:-
Dining Room - 13'4" max 12'0" (4.06m max 3.66m) - With staircase off ascending to the first floor, access to stairs descending to the lower ground floor, open period fireplace, original fitted cupboard to one side of the chimney breast, exposed floor timbers, period ceiling cornicing, two central heating radiators and double french style doors opening onto the rear terrace.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 14'7" into bay window x 9'4" (4.45m into bay window x 2.84m) - Fitted with black granite worktops and a range of solid oak units comprising base cupboards and drawers, undermounted 11/2 bowl stainless steel sink unit with surface mounted mixer tap, matching granite upstands to the worktops, inset stainless steel gas hob with central wok burner, concealed extractor hood over and fitted electric oven below, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, co-ordinated range of wall cabinets, original period fireplace, fitted storage built into the bay and original cornicing to the ceiling.
Lower Ground Floor -
Substanial Living Room - 25'1" X 14'3" (7.65m X 4.34m) - Having its own independent external access to the front and Grove Street, feature fireplace having exposed brick recess and tiled hearth on which stands a modern multi fuel stove with log store, three central heating radiators, door to understairs storage cupboard, further built in shelved storage cupboard, cooking range recess suitable for use as a computer work station, inset ceiling down lighters, and double doors giving external access to the lower ground floor rear terrace.
First Floor -
Landing - With staircase off ascending to the second floor, original Victorian stained glass window to the turn of the stairs and stripped period doors radiating to:-
Bedroom One (Front) - 13'4" x 14'6" max into bay window (4.06m x 4.42m max into bay window) - Having imposing grey marble period fireplace with cast iron grate, exposed floor timbers, period cornicing to ceiling, central heating radiator and built in shower enclosure having glazed door fronting and fitted shower unit, bell pulls, attractive feature display wall and freestanding artisan sink.
Bedroom Two (Rear) - 12'1" x 11'4" (3.68m x 3.45m) - Presently utilised as a first floor sitting room and having period cast iron fireplace and hearth, fitted cupboard to one side of the chimney breast, two electric radiators and sash window to rear.
Cloakroom/Wc - With white fittings comprising low level WC with concealed cistern and push button flush, wall mounted wash handbasin with tiled splashback, obscured glazed window and wall mounted Potterton Suprima gas fired boiler.
Second Floor -
Landing - Stairs off ascending to the third floor, fine Victorian stained glass window to the turn of the stairs, stripped pined doors to:-
Bedroom Three (Front) - 13'3" x 14'7" into bay window (4.04m x 4.45m into bay window) - Having period fireplace with cast iron grate, exposed floor boards, central heating radiator, period cornicing to ceiling and fitted wardrobe unit with end display shelving.
Bedroom Four (Rear) - 11'11" x 10'1" (3.63m x 3.07m) - With period fireplace having cast iron grate exposed floor boards and central heating radiator, together with builtin cupboard to side of fireplace.
Bathroom - A spacious family bathroom having three piece white suite comprising low level WC with concealed cistern and push button flush, inset wash hand basin with mixer tap together with integrated cupboard and drawer storage, panelled bath with fitted shower unit over, sash window to front elevation, access to understairs storage, period fireplace with cast iron grate and large towel warmer/radiator.
Third Floor -
Landing - With window to the rear and stripped pine doors to:-
Attic Room/Bedroom Five - 12'8" x 13'3" approx mesaurements (3.86m x 4.04m appro x mesaurements) - An original Victorian attic room with two Velux double glazed roof lights, central heating radiator and inset ceiling downlighters, and built-in cupboards under the eaves.
Front - A wrought iron gate opens onto stone steps which descend to provide lower ground floor access to the sitting room. There is also access to two useful under pavement stores.
Rear - There are walled terraces to both ground and lower ground floor levels accessed from the dining room and lower ground floor sitting room respectively. The charming upper terrace catches the morning sun and features parquet style flooring with timber balustrade and timber steps descending to the lower ground floor terrace being partly covered by the upper terrace and therefore providing shade and being paved in travertine marble with built in storage cupboards to either side and water feature.
General Information -
Tenure - Freehold
Services - We understand that all mains services are connected to the property. We have not carried out any form of testing of appliances, central heating or other services and prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their condition and efficiency.
Fixtures And Fittings - Specifically excluded unless mentioned in these sales particulars.
Council Tax - Band E - Warwick District Council
Ref - CST/JMM/933/1
Directions - From the agents offices in Euston Place turn left onto the Parade, turning right at the right mini roundabout onto Dormer Place. Turn right into Augusta Place then bearing left onto Portland Place East and right into Portland Street. At the junction turn left onto Regent Street passing through the traffic lights and turning left into Grove Street where the property will be seen shortly before Portland Place West on the left hand side. Postcode for sat-nav CV32 5AG
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Wiglesworth & Co