Lilbourne Road, Clifton Upon Dunsmore, Rugby
Sold Subject to Contract

5 beds | 1 baths | 4 receptions | Guide price £700,000

  • Detached Family Home
  • Village Location
  • Oil Central Heating
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Paddock
  • Outstanding Views
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Stables
  • Just Under 1 Acre Plot

An impressive detached family home situated on the outskirts of Clifton Upon Dunsmore set in approximately 1 acre. The property has been in the same family for over 50 years and is set in mature grounds with outstanding views across open farmland. The property offers a fantastic opportunity for further scope for improvement / Extensions The accommodation is set over two floors and briefly comprises of Dining Hall, Lounge, Sitting Room, Breakfast Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Rear Porch, Five bedrooms, family Bathroom, Double garage with extensive gardens and Paddock.. No Onward Chain.

Dining Hall 3.63 x 3.48 (11'10" x 11'5")
Radiator. Window to front.

Living Room 7.48 x 4.20 (24'6" x 13'9")
Radiator. Window to front. French doors to rear.

Sitting Room 4.87 x 4.25 (15'11" x 13'11")
Open fireplace with attractive surround. Radiator. Window to front.

Morning Room 4.27 x 3.64 (14'0" x 11'11")
Storage cupboards. Radiator. Window to rear and side.

Kitchen 3.63 x 3.03 (11'10" x 9'11")
Range of fitted units with worktops above. Built in hob and oven. Door to rear.

Utility Room 3.24 x 2.64 (10'7" x 8'7" )
Worcester oil fired central heating boiler which serves domestic hot water and radiators throughout. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Electricity meters and fusebox. Radiator. Storage. Window to rear.

First Floor Landing
Airing cupboard.

Master Bedroom 4.84 x 3.88 (15'10" x 12'8" )
Built in wardrobe. Storage cupboard. Radiator. Window to front.

Bedroom Two 4.01 x 3.87 (13'1" x 12'8")
Built in wardrobe. Radiator. Window to rear.

Bedroom Three 4.36 x 3.66 (14'3" x 12'0")
Radiator. Window to front.

Bedroom Four 4.64 x 3.91 (15'2" x 12'9")
Vanity wash hand basin. Radiator. Window to front.

Bedroom Five 3.44 x 2.75 (11'3" x 9'0")
Radiator. Window to rear.

Family Bathrrom. 2.98 x 2.31 (9'9" x 7'6")
Low flush WC. Bidet. Wash hand basin. Panelled bath with shower over and glazed shower screen. Tiled floor and splash area. Heated towel rail. Window to rear.

Outside Front.
Approached by a sweeping driveway with lawned and well stocked borders. Off road parking for several vehicles leading to a

Detached Double Garage
Up and over steel door. Power and light connected.

Rear Garden
Mature and well stocked rear garden which is laid mainly to lawn with an abundunce of maturing shrubs and trees. Paved patio. Fully enclosed by timber fencing.

Summer House
Timber construction with decked terrace.

Timber stables with concrete base. Double timber doors leading onto

Fully fenced paddock .

Rugby Borough Council
Rugby Borough Council,
Town Hall,
Evreux Way,
CV21 2RR

About Rugby
Rugby is a market town in Warwickshire, England, on the River Avon. The town has a population of 70,628 (2011 census[1]) 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.

History of Clifton
Clifton-upon-Dunsmore is a village and civil parish in the Rugby borough of Warwickshire in England on the eastern outskirts of Rugby. The population taken at the 2011 census was 1,304

The village has its origins in pre-Roman times as an agricultural settlement. Roman remains have been found in the parish, unsurprising as it is near Tripontium. Clifton is recorded in the Domesday Book as having a church dedicated to St. Mary. That church no longer exists, though the present one (of the same name) dates back to the 13th century. At the village was once Rugby Racecourse, which is still used annually
for point-to-point races. The National Hunt Cup, now part of the Cheltenham Festival, was held nearby in 1862

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