9 Bedroom Detached House For Sale In Bubbenhall

$1,678,904
$1,741,085 4% (2 week ago)
  • 9 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 4,689 sqft
  • 21,780 sqft lot
  • $358/sqft
Abbey House is a stunning substantial six bedroom detached Georgian property with Abbey Cottage, a separate three-bedroom cottage in approximately half an acre and full of period features with charact
Abbey House is a stunning substantial six bedroom detached Georgian property with Abbey Cottage, a separate three-bedroom cottage in approximately half an acre and full of period features with character and charm, in one of Warwickshire quintessential villages of Bubbenhall. Dating from the early 1750’s this Grade II Listed property has been renovated and extended to an extremely high specification by the current owners whilst retaining many original period features. Perfectly located in the centre of the village which has two pubs, a church and village hall and closely networked by road to the larger towns of Leamington Spa, Warwick, and Coventry.

Step inside
Arriving through the country cottage timber gate onto the stone and blue brick laid patio walkways leads to both the front of Abbey House main entrance wooden door with canopy and side wooden stable door to side kitchen dining extension.
Once inside, this stunning period Georgian property the hallway consists of original flagstone flooring and elm staircase. To the left of the entrance door is the main living room with large inglenook fireplace with multi fuel wood burner and elm panelling, exposed brick and oak beams and engineered oak flooring. To the right the family room with oversized fireplace and marble hearth and surround, wooden painted panelling, and oak engineered flooring. Both reception rooms look out through the newly replaced triple glazed wooden windows onto the south facing pretty country garden with mature shrubs, lawns, and patio walkways. To the rear of the living room is a utility, cloakroom and stairs leading down to the cellar. A stable door leads you to inner blue brick paved courtyard, including an old cast iron water pump ( not working) and then on through to the separate three-bedroom Abbey cottage.

From both the inner hallway and exterior stable side door you will find the contemporary and newly extended open plan kitchen dining/ breakfast room with Indian flagstone flooring that benefits from underfloor heating, gable oak beamed ceiling and feature oak gable end triple glazed window. The kitchen consists of a designer bespoke handcrafted Burbage solid wooden kitchen with integrated cupboards, soft close doors and dove tail joints, granite black worktops, walk in corner pantry and full height larder drawers, a central breakfast island unit with seating area, freestanding Smeg range oven with gas hob and electric ovens, integrated Hotpoint dishwasher, Belfast sink and Quooker instant hot water tap. Leading off the dining area is a feature staircase to a mezzanine area which is perfect for a snug/den/home office with real oak wooden flooring and elm clad beams.

Mezzanine
Open spaced timber oak stairs to office/snug / den with real oak wooden flooring and oak beams. Further stairs lead to bedroom one with original elm wooden flooring, beams, doors, and cast-iron radiator.

First Floor
Stairs lead up from the main entrance hall to two double bedrooms. The bedroom to the left has the main bathroom off it and a second set of stairs leading back to Bedroom 1 and the Mezzanine. The bedroom to the right has its own ensuite. Both bedrooms have original elm wooden flooring, doors, original beams, fireplaces and cast-iron radiators. There is underfloor heating in the main bathroom under the travertine flooring and consists of a roll top bath, period style radiator, oak cabinet with sink, toilet and separate shower with thermostatic controls and original oak beams.

Second Floor
Stairs lead to three further double bedrooms with original oak beams, oak doors and second family bath again with oak beams, underfloor heating, travertine tiles, oak sink cabinet, toilet, and separate shower with thermostatic controls. The largest of these rooms has a quirky original “coffin” window.

Abbey Cottage (Three Bedroom Cottage)
Originally converted in 2003/4 the cottage has a large living room with tiled floor, exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with multi fuel wood burner and exposed brickwork.
Kitchen consists of solid fronted timber wall and floor units, Belfast sink, quarry tiled floor and access to the original bread oven and circular Lead lined linen basin.
Upstairs on the first floor there are two bedrooms and family bathroom all with exposed period beams and timber flooring.
Second floor is the main double bedroom with ensuite, timber beams and flooring with Velux windows.

Outside
The property has a country rambling garden with cobbled stone and blue brick paved walkways, raised beds and mature shrubs and trees and further divided garden areas with various stone walls and split levels with BBQ, seating areas and children’s play areas. There is parking in tandem for several cars and a barn store with planning permission approved to convert to residential. A large top field garden/paddock with lawn, mature trees and shrubs and original old brick store shed in need of renovation. There is plenty of scope to landscape the gardens or develop further subject to all listed buildings and planning consent.
There are many local walks and stabling half a mile away.

Location
Bubbenhall is a village and civil parish in the Warwick district of Warwickshire, England.
The village lies off the A445 road, about 5.5 miles (9 km) southeast of Coventry, and 5 miles (8 km) north-northeast of Leamington Spa. According to the 2001 Census it had a population of 687, reducing to 655 at the 2011 Census.[1] It has two pubs, The Three Horseshoes and The Malt Shovel and a sports field with a village hall.
Just to the east of the village is Ryton Pools Country Park and to the south is Weston and Waverley Wood. Nearby villages include Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Baginton, Stoneleigh and Weston under Wetherley.

Services
Mains water, electricity, gas, and drainage are understood to be connected to both of the properties.
Mobile Phone Coverage
4G mobile signal is available in the area - we advise you to check with your provider.
Broadband Availability
Ultrafast broadband speed is available in the village, with predicted highest available download speed of 1000 Mbps and highest available upload speed 220 Mbps – we advise you to check with your provider.

Tenure: Freehold | Main House EPC: D | Cottage EPC: E | Main House Tax Band: G | Cottage Tax Band: D

Directions
Postcode: CV8 3BW / what3words: sleepy.unique.lived

For more information or to arrange a viewing, contact Sarah Garland at Fine & Country Leamington Spa.
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  • Stone Countertops
  • Office
  • High Ceiling
  • Kitchen island
  • Bar
  • Open Kitchen
  • Fireplace

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  • Year built

    1750

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11 Dormer Place, CV32 5AA, Warwickshire, United Kingdom

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