3 Bedroom Townhouse For Sale
Morton Street, Leamington Spa, CV32
Offers in Excess of £500,000
Unique Townhouse in town centre
Three Double Bedrooms
Two Reception Rooms
Large Kitchen Diner
South Facing Courtyard Garden
Council Tax Band - C
- Offers in Excess of:
***GUIDE PRICE: £500,000 - £525,000***
Beauchamp Cottage was built in 1868 as a unique detached townhouse with ornate exterior detailing and unusually high ceilings. Original hand written deeds and documents from 1868 are amazingly still retained.
Opportunity to extend further with planning permission granted for loft conversion to double bedroom and en-suite with 2 front dormers, 1 rear dormer and velux window. Warwick DC Ref: W/19/0434
The house retains original features including solid wooden staircase, cornicing, picture rails, doors, fireplaces and exterior railings and has recently been professionally refurbished to a high standard including new hardwood sash windows throughout featuring ultra slim double glazing, period style radiators, exposed wood flooring as well as electrical and heating upgrades.
An imposing three double bedroom Victorian townhouse, Beauchamp Cottage is situated just behind one of Leamington Spa’s finest broad tree-lined avenues, Beauchamp Avenue, just to the north of the town centre, one of the most sought after locations in Leamington Spa.
To the front of the property there is a low level wall with copings stones, decorative iron railings and gate. Original Victorian style black and white tiles lead to the front door.
Ground Floor - On entering through the original front door into the wide reception hall there is an immediate sense of space with its unusually high ceilings and ample sunlight. Original period features such as ornate cornicing, deep skirting boards and spindle staircase with wood balustrades are visible. Off the hall is a fabulous, bright sitting room retaining original exposed wood flooring, open fire with cast iron surround and sash window to the rear looking into the garden. The lounge features similar details with the addition of a Clearview dual fuel log burner. A downstairs cloakroom with WC and hand basin and window also features. Through into the kitchen, fitted with a range of cream furniture, solid oak worktops, Belfast sink and integrated appliances. Towards the back of the kitchen is the light and airy dining area with overhead Velux windows and French doors opening onto the delightful courtyard garden.
The cellar is accessed from the hallway and features two chambers and lighting with good head height and a glazed window to the front.
First Floor - From the hall the stairs rise to a split level landing with extra tall ceilings featuring original twin opening loft hatch. The master bedroom is to the left featuring two Velux windows, integrated air conditioning and views towards the Parade.
Bedroom 2 and 3 both offer feature decorative fireplaces, picture rails and ceiling roses as well as large sash windows offering plenty of natural light.
The family bathroom features a traditional suite partially tiled in a timeless manner with glass shower screen and large overhead shower rose
Loft - Large boarded loft with lighting and 2.7m height to ridge. Planning permission granted for conversion to double bedroom and en-suite with 2 front dormers, 1 rear dormer and velux window. Warwick DC Ref: W/19/0434
Garden - The secure L-shaped courtyard garden is mostly decked and offers a water feature as well as external water tap and wood store.
Parking - 3 resident parking permits for on-street parking
Location - Situated within walking distance of Royal Leamington Spa town centre, a fashionable and elegant Regency town in the heart of Warwickshire. Renowned for its Victorian painted stucco villas and beautiful Regency houses, much of the charm of nineteenth-century planning can still be found in and around the town. Today there is a great choice of high street and boutique shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, offering a unique shopping, dining and cultural experience. The river Leam runs through the town, and with its stunning architecture, tree-lined avenues, squares, parks and gardens, it is officially the happiest place in the UK. Communication links are excellent with the station link to London Marylebone about a 20 minute walk and the M40 motorway just ten minutes away, with access to the M42, M1 & M6.
- Property Age: 150 years
- Council tax band: C (£136.94 Per month)
- Chain position: Currently looking
- Double Glazing: All
- Heating: Gas
- Parking: Street Parking
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