Offers Over £750,000
Pudding Bag Lane, Thurlaston, Rugby
A beautifully appointed high spec home with envious views across Draycote Water in one of Warwickshires most popular villages.
Introduction - The Brambles offers an outstanding opportunity for buyers to enjoy one of the most attractive locations in Warwickshire. This stunning home has south facing views across Draycote Water Reservoir and offers an idyllic position in a quiet cul-de-sac in one of Warwickshires most delightful villages. The house has been remodelled and redesigned from the original bungalow that sat on the site in recent years and the developers have created an outstanding proposition with attractive oak doors and floors, CAT 6 cabling, provision for flat screen televisions and bi-fold doors leading off a spectacular kitchen/living space. There is a formal dining room with canopied ceiling, two reception areas, a utility room and a cloakroom. On the first floor there are four well-proportioned bedrooms, two of which enjoy views across Draycote Water, a master bedroom suite with dressing area and en-suite plus a well-appointed family bathroom. Outside the property enjoys plenty of off road parking, with an integral garage and ample hard standing. There is a south facing terrace and lawn and the house is offered or sale with no onward chain.
Accommodation Summary -
Ground Floor - There is a modern oak entrance door that leads to a large reception hall, which offers the opportunity to create a separate sitting room; there is provision for a flat screen television, LED downlighters and an engineered oak floor. There is another oak door that leads to a further reception room which faces the front with a full length double glazed window overlooking the driveway, there is provision for a flat screen television and high speed internet capability. From the reception hall a glazed door leads to the inner lobby where stairs rise to the first floor and there is LED lighting, understairs storage cupboard and a further oak door providing access to the cloakroom which has a wash basin with cabinet, mixer tap, low level WC, oak floor and high quality ceramics. Double oak doors lead to the spectacular kitchen/family room, which enjoys views of the garden, and rear terrace, via the attractive bi-fold doors. The kitchen is beautifully appointed with a large island unit with oak worktop, there is a five-ring gas hob and suspended extractor hood above. The rest of the kitchen has a variety of grey timber units and adjoining oak work surfaces, there is a Belfast sink with mixer tap and a variety of built in appliances to include to electric ovens, a built in tall freezer and a tall built in fridge. The kitchen also has a variety of LED downlighters and there is also a room that leads off with canopied glass ceiling, which could be a further reception room or a more formal dining room. This also has views of the garden via the bifold doors. From the kitchen, there is also a utility room, which has a variety of matching base, and wall mounted units, oak worktop and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. From here, there is access to the integral garage, which has, electric up and over door, a wall mounted Worcester central heating boiler and electrical consumer unit.
Entrance Porch -
Reception Hall - 4.96 x 4.96 (maximum) (16'3" x 16'3" (maximum)) -
Sitting Room - 4.21 x 3.95 (13'9" x 12'11") -
Kitchen/Family Room - 9.40 x 4.79 (30'10" x 15'8" ) -
Utility Room -
Dining Room - 4.92 x 3.29 (16'1" x 10'9") -
First Floor - The landing has a double glazed window to the side aspect, access to the loft void, LED downlighters and oak doors leading to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. Bedroom one is a highly desirable master suite with a large gable end window and there is an exposed ceiling timber. From the bedrooms, there is access to the ensuite shower room which is fitted with a variety of high quality ceramics, there is a wash basin, low level WC and a corner shower cubicle with glazed door, rainforest style shower attachment, LED downlighters and a heated chrome towel rail. Neighbouring the bedroom is a dressing room with a Velux roof window, LED downlighters and some built in cabinetry with hanging rails and shelving. Adjacent to this is bedroom two, which is another large double room with exposed ceiling timbers, and gable end full length glazed window to the front aspect. The family bathroom faces the rear with an obscured double glazed window, roll top steel bath with claw feet, telephone style shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, a shower cubicle with rainforest style shower, a heated radiator and towel rail. Adjacent to the bathroom on both sides are bedrooms, three and four which enjoy stunning views across to Draycote Water via the Juliette style balcony and double glazed doors.
Master Bedroom - 5.51 x 3.45 (18'0" x 11'3") -
Dressing Room - 3.64 x 1.93 (11'11" x 6'3") -
Ensuite Shower Room -
Bedroom 2 - 4.20 x 3.33 (13'9" x 10'11") -
Bedroom 3 - 4.85 x 3.63 (15'10" x 11'10") -
Bedroom 4 - 4.88 x 3.64 (16'0" x 11'11") -
Family Bathroom -
Outside - The property has a fore garden, which offers off road parking for several vehicles on a gravel driveway with block-paved entry. There is a hedge on the front boundary and there is access to the single garage with up and over door, there is a variety of attractive modern external lighting and the glazed elevations can be appreciated from the front. There is a paved pathway that leads off to the gated side entry which in turn leads off to the rear garden which has a large rear terrace running the length of the rear elevation. The rest of the garden is laid mainly to lawn, there is fencing to two sides and a hedge on the southern boundary. There is a variety of outside lighting and outside electricity points.
Location - The property is tucked away in the attractive village of Thurlaston, which is a no- through village with around 150 dwellings. The village is situated just a mile from Dunchurch where there is a good range of day-to-day facilities and just five miles from the centre of Rugby. Draycote Water can be accessed from a path in the village and Whitefields Golf Course forms the other boundary to the village making this an ideal rural retreat. There are more extensive shopping facilities in Rugby, Southam, Daventry, Coventry and Leamington Spa and there is a high-speed train service from Rugby to Euston in under 50 minutes. There is also easy access to the extensive road networks making commuting less onerous Private education is available at Rugby School, Bilton Grange as well as in Leamington, Bloxham, Princethorpe and Warwick with excellent Grammar schools available in Rugby.
Services - Mains gas, mains water and mains electricity are connected
Local Authority - Rugby Borough Council
Council Tax Band F.
Viewing Arrangements - Strictly via the vendors sole agents Fine & Country on (01788) 820062.
Opening Hours - Monday to Friday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
Agents Notes - All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. For a free valuation, contact the numbers listed on the brochure.
- Beautifully Appointed High Spec Home in Desirable Location
- Outstanding Views Across Draycote Water Reservoir
- Four Double Bedrooms & Family Bathroom
- Master with En Suite Shower Room & Dressing Room
- Stunning Kitchen Family Room
- Bi-Fold Doors Opening onto South Facing Gardens
- Reception Hall, Sitting Room & Dining Room
- High Quality Ceramics, Doors & Flooring
- Off Road Parking & Garage
- No Chain