A charming & unique period mews conversion dating back to the 19th century located in the picturesque village of Dunchurch. Beautifully presented throughout, this property is steeped in history originally forming part of the coaching house and stables of the Duke of Buccleuch's Estate. Converted to dwellings in the 60s, This is now one of four unique properties in this traditional mews with generously proportioned rooms. Today the original cobble stones create a focal point with a Mediterranean feel as olive trees and tropical plantation adorn the inner courtyard. The property is a corner plot and comprises of entrance hall, spacious lounge, downstairs wc/utility area and modern kitchen/dining area. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, fitted storage and bathroom. Master bedroom has modern ensuite shower/sit in steam room. Gardens to front, rear and side. Garage in block and off road parking in front. Viewing is essential to appreciate this delightful home. PLEASE VIEW OUR 3D VIRTUAL TOUR https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=7YhQSAikEde
Oak engineered flooring throughout, composite front door, step up into lounge, oak doors to all rooms, meter cupboard and radiator.
Having a range of base, drawer and wall units with some granite worktop space, sink with drainer, integral gas hob with overhead extractor unit, eye level double oven, space for fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for dishwasher, window and french doors to rear private terrace area and garden, oak engineered flooring throughout and radiator.
Oak engineered flooring, double oak doors into lounge area, two radiators, french doors into the garden with fitted shutters, french doors into main front courtyard area with fitted shutters, two windows to front with fitted shutters and storage cupboard.
Downstairs WC/Utility Room
Tiled throughout, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer in the utility area. Low level wc and corner wash hand basin.
Window to front courtyard and stairs to top floor, fitted mirrored storage cupboards used for wardrobe space and storage with built in lighting, airing cupboard and velux window.
Vaulted ceiling, radiator, built in storage cupboard and fitted wardrobes. Door leading into modern ensuite shower room.
Modern Ensuite Shower Room
Having a range of graphite grey tiling throughout, low level vanity wc, vanity wash hand basin, double walk in shower and sit down steam cubicle with led lighting, heated towel rail and double glazed window.
Double glazed window to side with fitted shutters, loft hatch and radiator.
Fitted Storage cupboard, radiator and double glazed window to front with fitted shutters.
Tiled throughout, panelled bath with overhead shower, low level wc, vanity wash hand basin, heated towel rail, shaver point and velux window.
Laid mainly to lawn with a patio area, private brick wall surround the garden with established shrubs and borders throughout, there is also another private terrace/patio area which comes from the kitchen/dining area and a gate leading to the front.
Front Courtyard Garden
Single Garage in Block
Single garage with up and over door.
Off Road Parking
Parking in front of the garage for up to 2 cars,
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,
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. Dunchurch was for many centuries, a more important settlement than nearby Rugby, that changed however with the coming of the railways in the 19th century; Rugby became a major railway centre and grew into a large town, this led to a dramatic decline in the coaching trade, and a decline in the importance of Dunchurch. However, from 1871 until 1964 the village was served by its own railway station about two miles from the village on the Rugby to Leamington Spa line. 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