A home fit for The Station Master
Tucked away in the corner of a quiet cul-de-sac, Station House is only a short walk away from Kenilworth town centre, yet is situated in a completely private position. Back in the 1840's through to the 1960's this was the local station master’s residence where he could keep a watchful eye on the trains passing by.
The house has many original features, and has been extended several times over the years turning it from a functional working residence, to a spacious and accommodating family home. Whilst lying only a short distance from the bars, shops and vast selection of restaurants that Kenilworth has to offer, this six bedroom detached home sits in a 0.4 acre plot, with a generous gravel driveway.
Walking into the light airy porch, complete with Victorian style floor tiles and brickwork signed off by the original builder himself, you know you are home. The hallway then leads you one of three ways:
Firstly, if you branch off to the right, you find yourself in the Utility/Boot Room, housing one of the properties two gas fired boilers
Secondly, you can move straight through into the recently re-fitted country-style family kitchen which in turn links directly into the spacious conservatory and family snug room. Here there is a multi fuel burner sitting in place of the Station master’s original stove, perfect for keeping the cold at bay.
Alternatively, you could take a left and find yourself in the second kitchen, giving potential future owners the convenient flexibility in living arrangements which would allow for a completely separate living space.