DescriptionAn extended and most charming, semi-detached, character cottage, having great potential and being offered with no upward chain. Ideally situated close to the village school and located within a delightful Warwickshire village with countryside walks. Benefiting from night storage heating where specified and having accommodation briefly comprising: Reception lounge with inglenook style feature fireplace and log burning stove, kitchen with cellar below, rear entrance lobby, downstairs bathroom, generous double bedroom, further bedroom with stairs rising to the attic room. Quaint fore-garden, driveway providing comfortable parking space for two cars, rear garden with timber decked terrace and small, detached single garage/workshop.
Dunnington is a most charming small Warwickshire village set amidst attractive rolling countryside on the edge of the historic Ragley Hall estate and convenient for many centres. The nearby Hillers Farm Shop provides a good range of high quality local produce, whilst both Bidford on Avon with good local shopping and other facilities, and Alcester providing a wider range of shopping, sporting, social and recreational facilities, are located within approximately 10 minutes' drive. The village is also within easy reach of Stratford upon Avon, Evesham, Worcester, Redditch, and Birmingham.
Access to the property is gained via a gravelled driveway providing comfortable parking space for two cars and adjoining a feature flagstone effect footway, leading to the open pitched tiled canopy porch and part opaque single panelled glazed front entrance door giving access into the reception lounge.
Approximately 13' 6" (4.11m) x 11' 4" (3.45m)
Boasting feature exposed ceiling timbers, panelled single glazed bow window to the front elevation and a delightful inglenook style feature fireplace housing the log burning stove. Feature hardwood effect laminate flooring, electric night storage heater and panelled door giving access into the kitchen.
Approximately 13' 6" (4.11m) into understair recess x 8' 0" (2.44m)
Having a range of matching eye and base level modern units to include: work surfaces with splashback wall tiling, drawer base unit and space for electric cooker with stainless steel splashback and extractor canopy over. Feature exposed ceiling timbers, pelmet display lighting, wall extractor fan, electric night storage heater single glazed window to the rear elevation and stairs rising to the first floor landing. Floor hatch providing access into the cellar and panelled door off to the rear entrance lobby. Please note, access to the cellar was restricted during visit therefore no details available.
Rear Entrance Lobby
With electric convector heater, feature leaded opaque single glazed door giving access out to the rear garden, quarry floor tiling incorporating welcome mat well continuing through with panelled door giving access into the downstairs bathroom.
Having a matching white suite comprising low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and cast iron panelled bath with wall mounted electric shower unit and glazed pivot shower screen over. Majority splashback wall tiling, quarry floor tiling, wall extractor fan, tall chrome effect heated towel rail ladder radiator and opaque single glazed window to the side elevation.
Split Level First Floor Landing
With overstair single glazed window to the side elevation and doors off to the generous double bedroom one and further bedroom with open stairs rising to the attic room.
Double Bedroom One
Approximately 12' 5" (3.78m) x 11' 4" (3.45m) excluding recess
With feature exposed ceiling beam, electric night storage heater and single panelled glazed window enjoying pleasant front aspect views.
Bedroom Two with Open Stairs Rising to Attic Room
Approximately 9' 11" (3.02m) x 5' 9" (1.75m) to stair line
With single panelled glazed window to the rear elevation, electric night storage heater and built in airing cupboard with timber slatted shelving and housing the pre-lagged hot water cylinder tank. Open stairs rising to the attic room and having a built in over stair eaves cupboard housing the water header tank and useful built in understair storage cupboard.
Approximately 12' 6" (3.81m) x 7' 6" (2.29m)
Enjoying a vaulted ceiling with feature timber exposed roof purlin beams and single glazed window enjoying a pleasant outlook to the side elevation.
Having a delightful feature Cotswold stone effect dwarf wall and evergreen hedge frontage to a quaint fore- garden with outside lighting and gravelled driveway with vehicular five bar gated divide.
There is a feature flag stone effect paved footway, split level timber decked terrace incorporating an original well and adjoining a laid to lawn garden, complemented with railway sleeper corner raised planters.
Approximately 19' 5" (5.92m) x 8' 2" (2.49m)
There is power, lighting, ledge & brace double doors to the front elevation, ledge & brace door to the side elevation, single glazed window to the side elevation and single glazed window to the rear elevation.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).