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Main Street, Newton, Rugby
Sold Subject to Contract

3 beds | 2 baths | 4 receptions | Offers in the region of £435,000


  • Detached Village Property
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Seperate Workshop
  • Double Glazed
  • Gas Central Heating
  • En Suite To Main Bedroom
  • Downstairs WC
  • Courtyard Garden

Complete Estate Agents are pleased to offer for sale this beautiful three bedroom Detached Property in the village of Newton. The property has the benefits of gas central heating, upvc double glazing, two storey workshop/ studio, en suite to the main bedroom, courtyard garden and gated off road parking. Fantastic workshop / Studio which could offer further scope for conversion to an annexe or additional living accommodation. Off road parking with excellent road and rail links nearby. Call 01788 550800 to view.

Entrance Hall 2.99 x 2.27 (9'9" x 7'5" )
Entered via composite door. Stairs to first floor . Door to

Lounge 3.75 x 5.24 (12'3" x 17'2" )
Cast iron radiator. Laminate flooring. Double glazed doors onto courtyard.

Dining Room 3.87 x 3.40 (12'8" x 11'1")
Laminate flooring. Radiator. Double glazed doors to rear courtyard.

Kitchen 3.19 x 3.50 (10'5" x 11'5" )
An array of base cupboards and drawers with built in electric double fan assisted oven with matching gas hopb with extractor over. Built in dishwasher. One and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Space for uprigjht fridge / freezer. Heated towel rail. Window to front and rear courtyard.

Rear Lobby / Utility Area 2.00 x 1.44 (6'6" x 4'8" )
Plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Door to rear.

Cloakroom
Low flush wc. Cupboard. Wash hand basin.

First Floor Landing 6.45 x 0.79 (21'1" x 2'7" )
Access to loft. Windows to side.

Primary Bedroom 4.68 x 3.46 (15'4" x 11'4" )
Radiator. Stripped wood floor. Window to rear.

En Suite
Fully tiled shower enclosure. Wash hand basin.

Bedroom Two 2.89 x 4.21 (9'5" x 13'9" )
Double glazed window to front aspect.

Bedroom Three 3.40 x 2.90 (11'1" x 9'6" )

Bathroom
Panelled bath with storage cupboard and inset wash hand basin, glazed shower enclosure with fitted power shower. Attractive tiled splash areas . Heated towel rail. Wood effect flooring. Double glazed window to side. Storage cupboard.

Seperate WC 2.08 x 1.06 (6'9" x 3'5" )
Low flush WC. Wash hand basin.

Detached Studio.
A two storey brick and tiled detached workshop.

Workshop Lower Floor 5.38 x 4.90 (17'7" x 16'0" )
Accessed by side door. Hot and cold running water. Double doors to front. Window to front. Currently used as a bespoke ceramics / clay workshop - studio by a local well renown artist. The space is ideal for homeworking or possible annexe linking to the existing cottage.

First Floor 5.54 x 3.91 (18'2" x 12'9" )
Stairs from ground floor. Window to side and rear.

Courtyard Garden.
A sunny walled courthyard garden which is paved with attractive artificial lawned circular centre piece. Gated access which has a carport over. Gated pedestrian access. Outside water tap. Walled small courtyard garden to the rear of the property.

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.

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

Newton Village Information
Newton is a small village in the civil parish of Newton and Biggin in the Rugby borough of Warwickshire, England. The civil parish population taken at the 2011 census was 572. Newton is approximately 3 miles (5 km) north-east of Rugby, and close to the A5 road which marks the border with Leicestershire and Northamptonshire; the three counties meet at Dow Bridge east of the village, where the A5 crosses the River Avon. Just north of the village are the remains of the Roman town of Tripontium. The village is also at the northern end of the "Great Central Walk" the footpath along the trackbed of the old Great Central Main Line. The main industry in the area is gravel extraction, which continues near the A5 road. Most of the houses in the village are of modern construction and were built to house workers for this industry. The Stag and Pheasant pub in Main St, whilst not being the oldest pub in Warwickshire, is the oldest building used as a pub in the county. Although the thatched building has a brick facing, probably added in the 17th Century, its core is an oak cruck frame of indeterminate age, possibly Saxon.

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