Wolvey is a charming village offering an idyllic retreat from the hustle and bustle of city living, while offering the convenience of being within easy access to Nuneaton, Coventry, Hinckley, Warwick,
Royal Leamington Spa & Stratford upon Avon. The location provides excellent local travel links with easy access to the A5, M69, M1/M6 and M5 motorway links, together with the local bus service and with the road network it makes it perfect for everyday living.
Wolvey Village is surrounded by the natural beauty of the Warwickshire countryside and brimming with history and culture perfect for families and those looking for a quieter pace of life. The property lies at the centre of the Village, with a local doctors surgery, post office, a village newsagents and two churches; Wolvey Baptist Chapel and St John the Baptist C of E Church, which has parts dating back to the 12th Century which are just a short walk away.
Families will be pleased to note that the village provides an excellent combined junior primary school at the edge of the village. At 11 years of age coaches are provided to both secondary and grammar schools appropriate to the catchment area. The community also has an active and successful youth club offering a variety of entertainment throughout the year. Beavers, cubs, brownies and guides are also well catered for.
There is also Wolvey Cricket Club, Bowling Club and well stocked fishing lakes for those looking to unwind. After a busy week, why not try out one of two local public houses, which includes "The Blue Pig" renowned as a "landmark" village pub globally, or "The Bulls Head" which is family pub.
The current owners have enjoyed the village for over 20 years and have described their overall experience as “nothing but fond memories, having experienced nothing but kindness from the local community”.
Many of the cottages original features have been retained, which include character fireplaces, original doors & original beams. Naturally, the crowning glory has to be its recently complete rethatched roof & traditionally patterned ridge. (The Thatcher himself being of Stratford upon Avon fame)
Of special note is the wonderful outlook to the rear over the long well established and screened rear garden which is the perfect retreat to ease your troubles away. Brimming with character and history again- perfect for that everyday modern living.
This fantastic property offers highly versatile living accommodation and viewings are essential to appreciate all it has to offer.
Dining Room 15'6" x 14'2" (4.72m x 4.32m). Entering straight into the dining room with an abundance of original features which comprises; window to front aspect, original beams, fully operational feature cast iron grate with stove, door to stairs leading up to first floor, under stairs cupboard providing useful storage space. Door through to Study & one to the Lounge
Lounge 13'3" x 12'2" (4.04m x 3.7m). Window to the front aspect, original beams, original open fireplace, TV point, telephone point, wall lights.
Study 9'3" x 5'1" (2.82m x 1.55m). Door through from the dining room. Two windows to the rear aspect, incoming telephone point, radiator. Door through to Lobby area.
Lobby Area A highly versatile space with a multitude of uses in brief comprises; Door to Family bathroom. Double radiator, built in airing cupboard with single radiator, providing useful double storage cupboard above.
Breakfast Room Dual aspect windows to the side aspect providing delightful garden views ideal for bird watching, built in cupboard with wall mounted Worcester Bosh Combi Boiler, space for dining table and chairs. Door through to kitchen.
Kitchen 15'5" x 7'6" (4.7m x 2.29m). Window to the rear aspect, range of custom built oak wall and base unit cupboards and drawers, ceramic sink and drainer fitted into worktop with tiled splashback and mixer tap over, space for gas or electric cooker, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for white goods, loft access to over kitchen area. Door to storage/pantry area storage area with door leading onto the rear of the property.
Family Bathroom Opaque window to the side aspect, beams, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with modern electric shower over, fully tiled walls and flooring
Landing Access to all bedrooms.
Bedroom One 13'11" x 12'4" (4.24m x 3.76m). Window to the front aspect, an incredible feature of this room has to be the eyebrow beams over windows and around bedroom, ample space for bedroom furniture, radiator.
Bedroom Two Window to the front aspect, built in pine bunk bed with storage under, built in computer desk/dressing table, eyebrow beams over windows and around the bedroom, radiator.
Bedroom Three 11'7" x 7'6" (3.53m x 2.29m). Window to the side aspect, built in three quarter size pine double bed, built in computer desk and shelving, built in wardrobe. Note: The built in pine furniture can easily be removed if required.
Front Cottage Garden Laid to lawn with flower borders and in season window boxes
Rear Garden Offering a beautiful and well established garden with patio seating area leading onto a generously sized lawned area with borders stocked with mature plants, trees, flowers and bushes.
Secret Front Garden An enclosed tranquil garden perfect for relaxing currently a favourite of the owners grand-children.
Parking Access to the gated parking facilities to the side of the property. There are two single garages with up and over doors with power, as well as room, if required, for Caravan, Boat & Cars.
General Further external benefits include outside security lights, garden floodlights, power points and garden water point.