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Providing versatile living space equating to just shy of 475 sqft, it is within walking distance of the hustle and bustle of Kenilworth. Accessed through a well-maintained shared entrance with entry intercom and door release, a communal stairwell ascends to the upper floors. The entrance hall, handy for coats and shoes, leads directly to the wonderfully sociable open-plan kitchen and living room.
The main living space is configured to make the most of the dual aspect windows, which bathe the room in light and offer views across the communal gardens below. A balcony extends the full width of the living space, the perfect spot for alfresco dining or for a growing plant collection.
Comprehensively fitted with modern white cabinetry and white metro tiles, the kitchen makes excellent use of space with integrated oven and hob. A cleverly configured breakfast bar divides the space between the living area. Underfloor heating keeps the apartment cosy and warm in winter months. White painted walls throughout reflect light and amplify the sense of space and openness.
Nestled behind the living room is the spacious bedroom. With ample built-in wardrobe space, the bedroom remains open and roomy. The bathroom continues the neutral theme with a modern white suite, including a solid wood vanity unit with basin and spacious walk-in shower.
Externally, the communal green lawns to the front provide additional outside space for residents to enjoy. Garaging and parking are also available onsite. The apartment is located just moments away from the amenities of Kenilworth town centre and the expansive green space of Abbey Fields.
- Three words : Location. Charm. Light.
- Garage Included
- Landscaped Communal Gardens
- Long Lease
- Quiet Location
Trendy cocktail bars and Waitrose
It’s really well connected, with Birmingham airport just 20 minutes away and should you need to pop down to London and it’s just over an hour from Coventry station. You are a short walk away from the train station linking Kenilworth with Coventry, Leamington and then the wider rail network and are a stroll away from Waitrose, The Kenilworth Cocktail Lounge, The Almanack, Indian Edge and Talisman Square.
With a further hop and step… You can be eating supper at Michelin starred The Cross and you can be drinking a pint at Kenilworth’s oldest pub The Virgin & Castle.
Kenilworth High Street boasts banks galore, numerous coffee houses, bundles of restaurants, funky bars, fantastic schools for children of all ages, a Waitrose, Boots and a weekly farmers market that dishes up some delicious local produce. Mr Clarke is particularly fond of the high percentage of pubs all within wobbling distance of each other.
Kenilworth is surrounded by breath-taking countryside and some lovely walks are on hand to help you blow off the cobwebs after work or if you just fancy a long Sunday ramble. We particularly like the walk from Kenilworth Castle to the Alpaca Farm “Faerie-Tale Alpacas”. Not to mention the outstanding park, Abbey Fields.
There’s a super friendly community spirit in Kenilworth too and you’ll always find something in the calendar to enjoy. It could be the annual bonfire and fireworks display that draws in thousands of folk. Or the annual duck race on Boxing Day (no, not real ducks). All in all, it’s a place you’ll feel at home.
Psst…Join The Warwickshire Country Club (the sauna is sooo relaxing.)
A town with a rural feel
- Closest village/town: Surrounded by pretty countryside
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: There's a butchers, a bakers and probably a candle stick makers on the High Street.
- Supermarket: Waitrose. Of course.
- Pubs: So many. The Kenilworth for a cocktail. The Queen & Castle for a pint. The Almanack for a coffee or Gin.
- Walks: Around the castle on a summer evening is beautiful.