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This wonderful apartment is the perfect town pad. Set back from the road and surrounded by pretty gardens, you are on the edge of St. Nicholas Park and a short stroll to the centre of Warwick. The train station is close by and some great cafes, pubs and shops are on the doorstep.
Inside the light and spacious apartment there are two bedrooms, a modern kitchen, larder, bathroom and a large living room with a sunny balcony. Everything about the property has been very well maintained and new owners can turn the key and make themselves at home.
The apartment is currently set up with one bedroom and one home office with a pull out bed. This is great for a couple of a single person, but the property could be laid out as a two bedroom home or one bedroom with a home gym, studio or office.
The communal gardens are ideal to spend time relaxing in and entertaining friends. Grab a rug, throw it out on the lawn and enjoy the warmth of the sun and the fresh air.
There are plenty of residents parking spaces.
The property is leasehold, currently held on a new long lease of 170 years from March 23. The service charge is currently circa £95 per month. No ground rent.
- Living room : Space for sofas and a dining table
- Bedrooms : Two peaceful double bedrooms
- Kitchen : Large enough for the most ambitious home cook
- Storage : Lots of it! The larder in the kitchen is super useful
- Three words : Top. Floor. Apartment.
- Great location close to Warwick town centre, St Nicholas Park and Warwick train station
- New extended lease
- Top floor apartment
- Garage, Communal Gardens, Residents Parking
The boutiques and great pubs prove Warwick is more than historic.
Historic Warwick is not just about the Castle and olde world charm. Warwick has a buzzing town centre, great cafes, pubs, restaurants and shops. There is countryside on your doorstep as well as Leamington down the road and amazing transport links.
When you snap up your new home your first port of call should be the utterly fabulous Hatton & Harding where the even more utterly fabulous team will style and kit out your pad. This beautiful homewares shop is so luxurious that you just want to lay on the floor and soak up every last drop of the style that is dripping from each shelf. On the way home, loaded with scented candles, rugs and pretty little things you will be in need of a drink and a bite to eat. Dough & Brew is where we would stop. This trendy pizza place was conceived from the street food scene and now has a space without wheels in the heart of the town. We love the stripped back interior, cool staff and friendly vibe. Mr C is partial to a pint of local Church Farm IPA and the pizza with Mac n Cheese on! You heard right – Mac n Cheese pizza. mmmm.
There are so many other little stylish treats around town that you will enjoy discovering. Mrs Clarke loves the guys at Nash & White hairdressers, she can often be found drinking prosecco at The Rose & Crown, meeting the girls for coffee at Thirteen Bakers or practicing her yoga Bikram Warwickshire.
So Warwick has history, boutique shops, trendy restaurants and a posh hairdresser but what about the nitty gritty? Schools, transport and work? “Boring!” I hear you cry, but we must provide some serious stuff on these pages.
Schools – blinkin’ brilliant. Warwick Prep is the friendliest school we have ever been too. The Headmistress is an old school, no nonsense lady with a charm that kids and parents can’t get enough of. It also churns out cracking students with a mind full of knowledge and a thirst for life. Kings High, Warwick, Myton and lots of great primary schools.
You are probably better connected than anywhere in the UK. Birmingham International Airport is 30 mins away, Warwick station can whizz you into London or Birmingham and the M40 is close by.
Employment is buzzing with JLR, Warwick University, the games industry in Leamington and lots of start-ups and big corporations.
"Shopping, cafes, bars, restaurants and a lovely vibe. Oh, and a very big castle."
- Closest village/town: Walk along the Grand Union Canal to Hatton or you are a short drive into the Cotswolds
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: Hatton & Harding is our favourite interiors shop ever
- Supermarket: Sainsburys, Aldi and Lidl
- Pubs: The Rose & Crown is a peachy pub
- Walks: Dogs love the Racecourse