Early nineteenth century Grade II Listed stucco terraced town house offering nicely proportioned accommodation and a walled garden. The property would now benefit from general updating and sympathetic modernisation retaining the original features including doors, ceiling coving, flag stone floor to the hall and sash windows to the front. An exciting opportunity.
Hampton Street is conveniently placed within a comfortable walk of the historic county town centre amenities, close by to the race course and easily accessible to junction 15 of the M40 providing excellent commuter links.
Original front door with window light over. Original flag stone floor, currently carpeted. Walls part panelled. Radiator with shelf over. Original ceiling coving and feature archway. Central heating thermostat. Door to cellar. Staircase rising to the first floor. Telephone point.
Cellar (19'4 x 13'1 5.9 x 4m):
Electric light. Gas meter. Ventilation
Sitting Room (14'9 x 12'11 4.5 x 3.96m):
Tiled fireplace. Original ceiling coving and feature arches set into chimney recesses. Radiator. TV aerial lead. Sash window to front fitted with secondary glazing.
Dining Room (11'10 x 12'2 3.63 x 3.73m):
Tiled fireplace. Radiator. Television aerial point. Window to the rear garden.
Kitchen (13'1 x 9'2 4 x 2.8m):
Double drainer stainless steel sink with cupboard space under. Range of base level and wall units. Gas cooker point. Walls half tiled. Floor standing Potterton Kingfisher gas central heating boiler. Siemens programmer. Window. Pantry with tiled cold slab, shelving and ventilation. Telephone point. Television aerial point. Door to:
Rear Hall / Utility (5'8 x 6'0 1.73 x 1.85m):
Walls tiled. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Glazed door to rear garden.
Walls tiled. Low level W.C. Window.
Split Level First Floor Landing:
Radiator. Access to loft space
Bedroom One (11'9 x 13'1 3.6 x 4m):
Fireplace surround. Radiator. Sash window to front providing views over the racecourse and countryside beyond.
Bedroom Two (11'11 x 12'3 3.64 x 3.75m):
Radiator. Telephone point. Window to rear. Television aerial point. Wardrobes built into the chimney recesses and with high level cupboards over.
Bedroom Three (9'7 x 7'1 2.94 x 2.17m):
To floor level sash window to front.
Bathroom (8'10 x 9'2 2.7 x 2.8m):
White Suite. Panelled bath. Pedestal wash hand basin. Close coupled W.C. Heated towel rail/radiator window. Large linen cupboard.
The property stands behind a fore area which is paved for ease maintenance and bordered with dwarf wall and iron railings. Series of steps to the front door.
The walled rear garden extends to approximately 16.6m x 6.14m. There is a large paved terrace, crazy paved pathway to the far end of the garden. Timber shed. Gate providing pedestrian rear access.
SERVICES: All mains services are connected to the property. LOCAL AUTHORITY: Warwick District Council. COUNCIL TAX BAND: The property is in Council Tax Band 'D' £1860.44 2019/20 TENURE: The property is FREEHOLD. Vacant possession will be given upon completion. FIXTURES & FITTINGS: Included in the sale price are all the items of fixtures and fittings mentioned in these sales particulars. VIEWING: Through the Agents DONALD CARTER & PARTNERS on 01926-492422, or e-mail email@example.com who will be pleased to make appointments for interested applicants to view.
These particulars are produced as a guide to the property only and whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of any offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firm's employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property.