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One of the most striking aspects of this residence is the abundance of original design elements. From the original fireplaces to the exposed beams, sash windows, and wooden floors, every corner of this home exudes a distinctive warmth and character.
As you step inside, the entrance hall welcomes you with its black and white tiles, adding a touch of timeless elegance. The living spaces are equally impressive. The main living room is bathed in natural light, thanks to a large sash window, a testament to the home's rich history. This, combined with the built-in shelving and open fireplace, creates an inviting and cozy atmosphere. A rear sunroom serves as a perfect home office space or a family dining room.
Moving down to the lower ground floor, you'll find the dining kitchen, a culinary haven that stays cool in the summer and cozy in the winter, thanks to the log-burning stove. It boasts marble work surfaces and plenty of storage options, making it a perfect family gathering spot.
The first floor features a spacious, light-filled double bedroom with built-in wardrobes, a white-painted wooden floor, and a feature fireplace. Also on this floor is the family bathroom, which combines tradition and functionality with a large bath and an overhead shower, complemented by a sash window and stripped pine floor and door.
The second floor is home to the master bedroom, a sanctuary of comfort complete with an ensuite, an original fireplace, and newly built-in wardrobes. The adjacent bedroom features built-in shelving and maintains the same stripped pine floor and door that gives this home its distinctive character. The ensuite is equipped with a walk-in shower, Velux windows, and tasteful tile flooring.
Venturing outside, you'll discover a true oasis. The front of the property offers off-road parking for two cars, shielded by a honeysuckle hedge for privacy. A garden with a lush lawn, complemented by shrubs, bushes, and vibrant flowers, creates a charming ambiance. A bench, table, and chairs provide the perfect spot to bask in the sun, while a shed offers convenient storage. At the rear, a patio with decking, along with another storage shed, welcomes afternoon and evening sun, making it an ideal space for relaxation and entertainment.
Living in Kenilworth means immersing yourself in a vibrant community. The town boasts an array of amenities, including restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and pubs. Independent shops and businesses thrive, and major supermarkets like Waitrose and Sainsbury's are within easy reach. Local schools are renowned for their exceptional quality, catering to all age groups. For leisure, Abbey Fields and Kenilworth Castle provide stunning natural landscapes for walks and picnics.
This home presents a unique opportunity to own a character-filled piece of Kenilworth's history. With its distinctive design features, spacious living areas, and convenient location, this Georgian terrace offers a lifestyle that seamlessly blends comfort, style, and community living. Don't miss your chance to call this enchanting property your own!
- Three words : location.bright.character
- Short stroll to the town centre
- Commute to London, Birmingham via train or Midland motorway network
- Double glazed Sash windows (except refurbished feature window)
- Character features throughout
- Lounge with sun room / study
- Kitchen diner with log burner
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.