Full Description: Tenure Freehold
This delightful extended semi detached house in the village of Welton, originally built in the 1930s, is superbly presented throughout and offers more space than expected. A 216 sq.ft ground floor (brick built) extension, currently used as a family room, gives the option of arranging the space flexibly. It could mean room for a further bedroom downstairs or 2 reception rooms and a dining room.
The large south facing garden with lawn, raised vegetable bed and fruit trees overlooks beautiful countryside, which provides regular sightings of rare birds and wildlife. The painting studio in the garden is 216 square feet, fully insulated, connnected to power and used all year round. The house is double glazed throughout. Floors are engineered wood or ceramic tiles. The central heating system is dual: oil and solid fuel (Rayburn)
Enter the house through solid oak doors into a large (brick built) porch. Adding extra security, the second solid oak door leads into the original entrance hallway. To the left is the fully fitted kitchen, with Rayburn cooker and to the right a reception room with log burner. The current owners have both rooms opening onto the extension: doors could be easily added to make 3 separate rooms.
The utility room, fully tiled wet room (with toilet) complete the downstairs layout.
From the entrance hallway, solid oak and elm stairs lead to the upstairs landing. Here you have to the left, a large double bedroom and to the right a cosy family bathroom. The final double bedroom, with spacious fitted wardrobes, is at the front of the house.
The loft has been converted with velux window into a neat office/study/storage area.
The front garden is attractively arranged and provides parking for 2 cars. The parking area is on permeable self-locking gravel with a permeable hardcore base and follows new environmental regulations. Further parking to the rear is accessed via a shared driveway to the side.
ENTRANCE PORCH 2.01m x 1.30m (6'7 x 4'3)
ENTRANCE HALL 1.40m x 1.30m (4'7 x 4'3)
RECEPTION ROOM 4.90m x 3.10m (16'1 x 10'2)
FAMILY ROOM 5.49m x 3.61m (18' x 11'10)
KITCHEN 5.21m x 3.00m (17'1 x 9'10)
UTILITY ROOM 3.00m x 1.24m (9'10 x 4'1)
WET ROOM 2.01m x 1.35m (6'7 x 4'5)
LANDING 2.21m x 0.99m (7'3 x 3'3)
BATHROOM 2.41m x 2.31m (7'11 x 7'7)
BEDROOM 4.90m x 3.20m (16'1 x 10'6)
BEDROOM 3.15m x 2.36m (10'4 x 7'9)
BUILT IN WARDROBE 2.36m x 0.81m (7'9 x 2'8)
LOFT/OFFICE 3.20m x 1.91m (10'6 x 6'3)
Welton village has a primary school, public house and church. It has a happy supportive community with regular village events. There is a annual Christmas pantomime group open to new members and similarly W.I. and local History Group. The Oxford and Union canals are nearby and there are country footpaths which offer peaceful walks from the village. The A5 and the A361 are within easy reach as are the M1 and M6 motorways. Daventry is only a ten minute drive away with Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets offering free delivery. Rugby is a 20 minute drive offering a wide range of cultural events, theatre, museum, large art gallery and 2 grammar schools. There is a bus service each day from Welton to take pupils to and from the Rugby Grammar Schools. Rugby and Long Buckby ( 5 miles away) both have railway stations on the same line with trains to London and Birmingham
PLEASE NOTE - ALL DETAILS INCLUDING PICTURES, MEASUREMENTS and DESCRIPTION HAS BEEN PROVIDED AND PREPARED BY THE CURRENT OWNERS