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Full Details:

Charming Grade II listed 18th Century three storey period town house providing instantly appealing character accommodation and with delightful secluded rear garden. Mill Street is undoubtedly one of the most attractive and highly regarded addresses in the county. The cobbled street leads from the main entrance to the foot of the magnificent medieval castle, opposite is Warwick Boat Club, Mill Gardens, St Nicholas Park close-by and the bustle of this historic country town is within a few minutes walk. Early viewing recommended - no onward chain.

 

Sitting / Dining Room (18'4 x 12'5 5.6m x 3.81m):
Front door. Window to front fitted with secondary glazing. Inglenook fireplace with quarry tiled hearth, AGA log burner and heavy beam over. Ceiling recessed spot lights. Telephone point. Television aerial point. Oak flooring. Two radiators. Exposed beams. Cupboard housing meters. Smoke detector. Understairs cloaks cupboard. Staircase leading to the first floor. Folding door with Flemish glazed panes to:



Fitted Kitchen (10'9 x 7'6 3.29m x 2.31m):
Inset white one and a quarter bowl single drainer sink with cupboard space under. Three base units plus corner carousel all with natural oak block work surfaces over and walls tiled around the splash areas. Double and four single wall cupboards with under lighting. Integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer with matching fronts. Built-in oven, glass hob and pull out cooker hood over. Wine rack. Radiator. Terracotta tiled floor. Ceiling recessed spot lights. Window and multi pane door allowing view and access to the patio and rear garden.

First Floor Landing:
Radiator. Smoke detector. Ceiling recessed spot lights. Staircase to the second floor. Multi pane door to the roof garden.

Roof Garden (12'1 x 8'0 3.7m x 2.45m):
The decked roof garden enjoys a westerly aspect , delightful garden views and towards Warwick Castle. Outside light.



Bedroom Two (10'10 x 10'10 3.31m x 3.32m):
Two built-in wardrobes with cupboard space over. Television aerial point. Telephone point. Latch door. High level shelving. Radiator. Window to front fitted with secondary glazing.

Bathroom (6'3 x 6'11 1.92m x 2.12m):
Fitted with a white suite. Double ended bath with side mounted taps, thermostatic shower over, side screen and walls tiled around the splash areas. Close coupled w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled floor. Chrome ladder heated towel rail. Strip light / shaver point. Ceiling recessed spot lights. Airing cupboard housing the Worcester gas fired central heating boiler. Latch door. Leaded window to the rear.

Second Floor Bedroom One (12'4 x 10'10 plus 7'8 x 4'8 3.78m x 3.31m plus 2.35m x 1.44m):
Exposed beams. Radiator. Latch door. High level cupboard space. Telephone point. Television aerial point. Dormer windows to the front and rear. Door to Bedroom Three. Door to:

En-suite Shower Room:
Fitted with a modern suite. Large tiled enclosure with sliding entry door and fitted with thermostatic shower. Pedestal wash hand basin. Light/shaver point. Close coupled w.c. Walls tiled around the splash areas. Tiled floor. Chrome ladder heater towel rail. Recessed ceiling spot lights. Window to rear providing a castle glimpse.



Bed 3 / Nursery / Dressing Room / Study (10'9 x 6'3 3.3m x 1.93m):
Approached from Bedroom One. Exposed beam. Radiator. Window to the front.

Outside:
The rear garden is laid with secluded patio area with retaining wall and steps leading to the lawn on a higher level. There is a circular central paved feature and at the far end a further patio area and well stocked raised beds. The garden is enclosed by a combination of fencing, brick wall and Yew hedge. Annual residents' and visitors parking permits are available for Mill Street and are restricted to residents of Mill Street.



Freehold General Information:
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' 1987.49 2020/21. 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 plus the curtains, blinds and washing machine. VIEWING: Through the Agents DONALD CARTER & PARTNERS on 01926-492422, or e-mail post@donaldcarter.co.uk 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.





Mill Street
Warwick
Guide Price of 435,000
Sold Subject To Contract

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  • Grade II Listed Period House
  • Character Accommodation
  • Sitting / Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Bathroom & En-suite Shower
  • Secluded Garden
  • Wonderful Location

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Donald Carter & Partners

15 Jury Street
Warwick
CV34 4EH

Tel: (01926) 492422

Email: post@donaldcarter.co.uk

 

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