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Offers Over £525,000

Main Road, Ansty, CV7

4 Bed

1 Bath

2 Car

1721 sq ft

1 / 38
Offers Over £525,000

Main Road, Ansty, CV7

4 Bed

1 Bath

2 Car

1721 sq ft

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Detached Historic Cottage

4 Bedrooms

3 Reception Rooms

Kitchen Diner

Hot Tub Cabin

Double Detached Garage With Additional Loft Storage

Downstairs WC & Utility Room

Gated Driveway

BBQ Area

EPC Rating D

Originally the wash house for Ansty Hall, dating back to 1820. Tastefully extended and improved, now a stunning home to fit modern day living.

Originally the wash house for Ansty Hall, dating back to 1820. Tastefully extended and improved, now a stunning home to fit modern day living. With the benefits of Ansty offering village life with countryside all around but with easy access to Coventry, Rugby, Leamington Spa and further afield. Amenities are close by as well as numerous countryside walks, the Oxford canal and Ansty Golf centre.

The property in brief comprises;

Dining Room - A large dining hall as the entrance to the front of the property with a feature fireplace, wooden floors and period features.

Snug - One cosy room that could be used as a home office, play room or even the family tv room.

Kitchen Diner - This recently renovated and re-designed room is without doubt the hub of the home. Bespoke design and custom built units made from solid oak and granite work surfaces, space for an American fridge freezer, built in double oven, microwave, warming draw, dishwasher, wine/drinks fridge and a gas burning hob with hood, instant boiling water/filtered cold water tap. There is mood and feature lighting to add to the homely feeling you get here.

W.C - Small storage cupboard and a two piece suite with tiled walls and granite work top.

Utility Room - A fantastic extra with built in freezer, more oak storage, granite work surfaces including a cooking area and a second sink. The boiler is in one of the custom oak cupboards.

Rear Porch/Boot Room - The newest addition to the original house adding a rear entrance and space to keep your wellies and walking boots as well as coats and dog leads if needed.

Inner Hall - Accessed from the kitchen diner, giving access to the recently replaced stair case and leading to the living room.

Living Room - A large family living space with sliding doors opening to the rear garden. There is also a beautiful inglenook style fire place with a log burning stove as the main feature of the room, designed and hand built with reclaimed bricks from a local barn by the current owner.

Bedroom One - To the front of the property with built in wardrobes and plenty more storage space.

Bedroom Two - To the front of the property with modern built in wardrobes and a feature fire place.

Bedroom Three - To the front of the property this bedroom could be used as an en-suite and dressing room to bedroom two making it the principle suite if desired. However currently it has built in wardrobes and a vanity sink.

Bedroom Four - To the rear of the property this double bedroom also has fitted wardrobes.

Study - A fantastic extra versatile space with a great view of the garden.

Bathroom - A four piece suite including shower cubicle and separate bath finished with tiled walls and a heated towel rail.

Garden - Completely private, not over looked at all, accessed from the house or the rear gates, mainly block paved with seating areas, artificial grass and an array of flowers vines and bushes creating a private picturesque space for family and guests to enjoy together. The current owners favourite spot on a beautiful day is under the grape vine in the BBQ seating area.

Garage - A large double garage with log storage addition to the exterior side and rear, plus adjoining patio area. The garage also benefits from a stair case to more storage into the apex roof.

Cabin - A wonderful addition with a hot tub and a drinks area. Perfect for relaxing or entertaining.

Local Area - Ansty is a village and civil parish in the Rugby Borough of Warwickshire, about 6 miles northeast of Coventry city centre. Ansty has a gastro pub, The Rose and Castle just beside the canal and The Ansty Club on Grove Road. There is also The Ansty Golf Club which is open to none members. The Domesday Book of 1086 mentions Ansty as part of the hundred of Brinklow. The main landowner was Lady Godiva.

Property & Services information

Mobile Coverage: 4G coverage is available in the area - please check with your provider.
Broadband Availability: Ultrafast broadband (FTTC) is available in the area via cable.

Utilities: mains gas, electricity and mains water connected.

Tenure - Freehold
Energy Rating D
Council Tax Band F


DISCLAIMER: Whilst these particulars are believed to be correct and are given in good faith, they are not warranted, and any interested parties must satisfy themselves by inspection, or otherwise, as to the correctness of each of them. These particulars do not constitute an offer or contract or part thereof and areas, measurements and distances are given as a guide only. Photographs depict only certain parts of the property. Nothing within the particulars shall be deemed to be a statement as to the structural condition, nor the working order of services and appliances.


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Council Tax Band F

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