Bilton Road, RugbyBilton Road, Rugby, Warwickshire


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Property Features

  • Ref: 11232773
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 7
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Reception Rooms: 5
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Full Details

A stunning five storey Grade 2 listed town house that offers over 4185 sq ft of accommodation over five floors and includes a lower ground level games room/bar, an orangery and kitchen/diner with large utility room leading off it. Finished in a traditional style, but with modern bathrooms and shower rooms, this spacious property boasts a wealth of period features and charms, as well as a few suprises; such as a secret stair-case and an upper floor with bedroom and study area with a roof lantern which floods the stairs and landings with natural light. A large formal lounge enjoys elevated views over the garden which has the benefit of (electric) gated rear access for vehicle parking and a large summer house and outbuilding. Extensively modernised over the years, the property offers re-furbished sash windows with "Ventrolla" systems for easy care, and is heated via a combination of gas under-floor and radiator heating as well as electric under-floor heating to all "wet" rooms.

To the Front
The property sits away from the road behind a walled fore-garden with wrought iron gate. Standard bay trees line a pathway leading to a porch way with original timber door leading to;

With stripped floor-boards, butler's bell and cupboard with stripped pine door. Doorway to;

Inner Hall
With enclosed stair-well leading to lower ground/basement level, stars to first floor and doors to;

A grand room with high ceilings, original coving and ceiling rose, stripped floor-boards and sash windows to rear with shutters. A traditional fireplace houses a period style gas flame fire.There is a door leading to the dining room which is not currently used.

Dining Room
With high ceilings, stripped floor-boards, coving, ceiling rose and picture rails, this room is perfect for family dining or entertaining. A traditional fireplace houses a period style gas fire. Sash window to front dressed with "swags and tails".

Lower Ground/Basement Level
With stairs leading from ground floor, the lower floor has original tiled flooring extending through the kitchen and utility room and flag-stone flooring to;

Games Room/Bar
A great room to relax and let your hair down. The games area is fitted with capacity for a wall mounted TV, projector and "Kef" speaker system which can be left subject to negotiation. Currently housing a pool table, the room also offers a brick built bar with seating. Two doors lead into;

Built from Oak the garden room has block retaining walls and a glass roof with oak beams. A set of "French doors' lead to the garden and have black out blinds fitted.

Kitchen/Dining Room
Hand-made pine units include a "dresser" and breakfast bar with Spanish granite work-surfaces and built in Pine "farmhouse" scrub table. With an original tiled floor and AGA set into the chimney breast the kitchen has a country feel, whilst being well equipped. There is a "Belling" "Classic" range with seven gas burners including a wok burner, two ovens, grill and warming/proving drawer. An "Adelphi" Belfast sink has views over the fore-garden from a sash window to the front and there is a doorway to;

Utility Room
With tiling extending from the Kitchen, the utility room offers work-surfaces housing a Belfast sink with "Chef's" hose tap and space under for a dishwasher, fridge and freezer. There is also space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and American style fridge/freezer.

To the First Floor
With stripped floor-boards with a chequer pattern and doors to;

Master Bedroom
Formerly two rooms the master is light and airy and separated into a sleeping and dressing area, each with a large sash window overlooking the garden. The sleeping area houses a gas "log effect" stove and a range of built in wardrobes, and the dressing area has an original cast iron fireplace. Both rooms have access to the landing, so it's perfect for busy people with different working patterns, or could be separated into two rooms again. Coving to ceiling and ceiling roses.

The second bedroom on this floor has built in wardrobes to the side of the chimney which houses a period mantle and hearth. Coving to ceiling, sash window to front.

Shower Room
With modern concealed cistern "Grohe" WC, marble sink set on a marble topped vanity stand and corner shower cubicle. Recessed storage cupboards, glass brick light effect to front and mosaic tiled splash-back and flooring, and recessed ceiling spotlights. Beneath the floor is a trap door leading to a secret stair-case to the hall!

Second Floor
Split level stairs lead to the landing and;

With roll top freestanding bath, WC and sink set into vanity unit. Tiled floor, opaque sash window to front, heated towel rail/radiator. Beam to ceiling and recessed ceiling spotlights.

With sash window to rear and original fireplace set into a corner chimney breast.

With an original arched door, cast iron fireplace set into chimney and sash window to rear.

Bedroom/Guest Room
A large bedroom with stripped floor-boards, sash window to front, a cast iron fireplace and built in wardrobes to each side of the chimney breast with "Swarovski" crystal handles and a surprise! The doors to the left hand side of the chimney open up to a modern shower room which is also accessible from the split level stairs to the third floor.

Shower Room
With a modern walk in shower, WC and hand basin set into vanity unit. Sash window to front.

Third Floor Landing
With stairs to fist floor that have unusual Victorian iron railings, the top floor of the property features a roof lantern with LED lighting, a large bedroom area and study area with recessed ceiling spotlights and a range of wardrobing and storage to the eaves with high gloss doors. A great space for working, or for an independent relative or Au pair/nanny.

To the Rear
The garden is mature and offers a wealth of mature planting and "cottage style" beds. A large summer house and outbuilding to the rear off storage and an additional seating area. There is electronically controlled gated access (leading from Firs Drive) which provides secure off road parking to the rear of the garden.

About the Agent
Cadman Homes are a local, family owned and run firm of estate and letting agents covering the Rugby, Lutterworth, Kenilworth and Leamington areas.

If you are unsure of the value of your home, or simply haven’t chosen an agent to sell or let it, we’d love to show you what we can do for you. For valuations, mortgages, conveyancers and more contact us today.

We specialise in bespoke marketing for Character and rural properties as well as new build projects.

About the Area
The town centre has an indoor shopping centre called The Clock Towers which opened in 1980 and has been recently re-developed and re-named "Rugby Central". A restaurant quarter is being opened in the town centre to compliment World Rugby’s official “Hall of Fame” which is based at the museum/library. A street market is held in the town centre several days a week. In recent years several out-of-town retail parks have opened to the north of the town.

Schooling and Transport
There are many excellent schools In Rugby including grammar school (Lawrence Sherrif), Girls School, Ashlawn School (OFSTED Top Rated) and of course the world famous Rugby School where the modern game of Rugby was born.

London Euston is only 54 minutes away by way of a non-stop "fast" train, and the town is excellently positioned for the M1, M6 and A5 as well as the A45, A46 and DIRFT.