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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Victorian Gothic Revival 3 bedroom home
  • Large, private garden
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Lounge
  • Second reception rooms
  • Master with en-suite and dressing room
  • Very popular Revel Village
  • Large kitchen/family room
  • Period features - an unusual architectural style
  • Large driveway to front

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Large garden, character property, popular village! An interesting and unique property with three double bedrooms, master with walk in wardrobe/dressing room and an en-suite bathroom. Boasting lounge, large kitchen/dining room and office/play room. The garden is large, sunny and private.

To The Front

Approached via a large shale driveway the property boasts parking for circa five large cars and a lawned fore-garden set behind a holly hedge. A pitched canopy porch offers cover and Oak "farm house" style door leads to;


With engineered Oak flooring. Dog leg stair leading to first floor with three "Lancet" windows on the stairwell. Storage cupboard under stairs. Oak "farm house" style doors to;

Lounge (16' 0'' x 12' 0'' (4.87m x 3.65m))

A light and spacious lounge with walk in bay to front, engineered Oak flooring and chimney breast in a Lancet style.

Office/Second Reception Room (12' 0'' x 8' 5'' (3.65m x 2.56m))

With chimney breast offering storage built in to both sides, sisal carpet and PVCu double glazed window to rear.


With WC, and hand wash basin with slate tiled splash-back. Engineered Oak flooring, and Lancet window to side.

Kitchen/Family Room (17' 0'' x 13' 3'' (5.18m x 4.04m))

A light and bright room with tri-folding doors offering access to and views over the private, sunny garden. Fitted with a range of bespoke, handmade kitchen units and drawers with Oak work-surfaces over. Appliances include an integral fridge and freezer, and "Smeg" stainless steel range cooker with five ring induction hob with grey brick style tiles as a splash back and stainless steel extractor over. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine. With recessed ceiling spotlights, Lancet window to front, window to rear, slate tiled floor and great views of the garden.

To The First Floor

A dog leg staircase rises to the first floor with three Lancet windows offering light. The banisters are natural Oak and offer a small gallery to the landing. With access to loft via hatch and latched and braced cottage doors to;

Bedroom 2 (12' 0'' x 9' 5'' (3.65m x 2.87m))

With two Lancet windows to front, exposed floor boards and part vaulted ceiling.

Bedroom 3 (12' 11'' x 8' 3'' (3.93m x 2.51m))

With exposed floor boards and a Lancet shaped chimney breast with hanging rails and storage built in to one side. Window to rear.


With "Doulton" period style sink and WC, as well as a period Cast Iron freestanding bath with vanity shelf. There is a separate corner shower and chrome heated towel rail/radiator. With vinyl timber effect flooring and Lancet window to side. A storage cupboard offers a convenient space to store those bathroom essentials.

Master Bedroom (12' 10'' x 11' 0'' (3.91m x 3.35m))

A stylishly themed "hotel style" bedroom with a picture window affording views of the garden and greenery beyond. Boasting design statements like stripped floor boards, paneling to walls with built in wall lights to the bed area and a feature Cast Iron radiator. Walk in wardrobe/dressing room and opening to;

En-Suite Bathroom

With freestanding bath, Lancet window at low level, WC and vanity unit with hammered copper basin. A uniquely styled room with a quirky yet comfortable feel.

To The Rear

The rear garden is private and enclosed on both sides with close-board timber fencing. Mature trees beyond the boundary offer privacy and shrubs and bushes within the garden add to the feeling of privacy. There is a vegetable patch, paviour patio area leading from the Kitchen, a timber summerhouse/workshop with power and light connected and a brick built outbuilding. There is a further bbq/storage area to the side of the outbuilding.

Details Of Grade 2 Listing

One of a pair of attached estate houses. Circa 1871; by Joseph Goddard of Leicester; extended late C20. Polychrome red brick with blue brick and stone dressings. Steeply pitched patent tile roof with elaborate arch-braced barge-boards on brackets with pierced spandrels. Brick axial stack with corbelled brick weathered cap.
Plan: T-shaped on plan pair of attached houses with projecting gables at centre and porches in angles to left and right. High Victorian Gothic style.

Exterior: 2 storeys. Symmetrical 1:2:1 bay north front; pair of projecting gables at centre with arch-braced bargeboards on brackets with pierced spandrels and scissor bracing above; twin pointed arch first floor windows below with stone hoodmoulds and square ground floor bay window with mullion-transom windows.

Porches in the angles to left and right with canopies on curved braces and lancet stair windows above stepped around left and right returns. Moulded stone stringcourse and plinth with blue brick weathering. C20 brick parallel range at rear [S].
A good example of a pair of High Victorian Gothic estate houses.


Easenhall is a popular and pretty village and parish in Warwickshire, three miles north-west of the town of Rugby and a mile south of the M6 motorway. It is part of the Revel villages, who still to this day offer a close network of social activities between the villages and share the "Round the Revel" magazine. The village has a cricket field, and arranges many local events including a novelty dog show, horticultural show and fete. The village also boasts the charming "Golden Lion" pub/restaurant and hotel which is well favoured locally. There are several excellent schools close by including Monks Kirby primary school. There are many shops and amenities including two pubs and several takeaways in Brinklow, which is a mile or so up the road. Nearby Harborough Magna offers “The Old Lion” public house which serves excellent food. Rugby is a short drive away and offers several re-developed retail parks including “Elliots Field” which offers a range of homeware, fashion and leisure stores. There are several large supermarkets around Rugby as well as a large range of independent and boutique shops in the town centre.

Agent's Note

Viewing is strictly by appointment via the sole agents, Cadman Homes. We are a local, family owned and run firm of estate and letting agents covering the Rugby, Lutterworth, Coventry and Leamington areas.
If you are unsure of the value of your home, or simply haven’t chosen an agent to sell or let it, we’d love to show you what we can do for you. For valuations, mortgages, conveyancers and more contact the local office.

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Local Amenities

  • Rugby 3.7 miles
  • Coventry Airport 7.4 miles
  • The Revel CofE (Aided) Primary School 2.3 miles
  • Long Lawford Primary School 2.3 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Rugby 3.7 miles
  • Coventry Airport 7.4 miles
  • The Revel CofE (Aided) Primary School 2.3 miles
  • Long Lawford Primary School 2.3 miles

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  • £260,723
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16th Feb 2018 £400,000 First listed
24th May 2010 £250,000 Last sold

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