A unique six-bedroom property, built around 1935, is on the market in Westwood Heath Road, Coventry.
The substantial residence is on a plot of about an acre and benefits from extensive countryside views. It could be adapted for a number of uses and has been previously used as a popular bed and breakfast.
Ideally located close to the A45 and A46 and Tile Hill train station, providing easy access to London, Birmingham and all motorway networks, it is also ideal for the family.
From the large oak front entrance door and quarry tiled floor in the inner hallway, it is a house which has plenty of character, but also boasts many modern features, such as central heating, double glazing and the Jack and Jill shower room which links bedrooms four and five.
Located off the reception hallway is a downstairs cloakroom with a white suite, wood parquet flooring and a Victorian-style heated towel rail.
Lovely views can be enjoyed from the formal lounge, which has a feature open fireplace with a brick surround and quarry tiled hearth. Currently carpeted, it has parquet flooring beneath, which also features in the dining room and other areas of the house. There is also a sun room with a door leading to the patio.
Oak limed units are fitted in the kitchen diner, which also has an integrated dishwasher and fridge, a four-ring electric hob and single oven. The spacious dining area offers further storage facilities. Off a rear porch is a utility providing extra practical space.
Located off a secondary hallway is a downstairs bathroom with a three-piece suite and shower over the bath and there is a sitting room and a study with a range of fitted office furniture.
Stairs lead to bedroom six, which has an en-suite with a shower above the bath. There is also a main staircase and master bedroom, again with an en suite, plus fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two includes wardrobes, while the third bedroom has a handbasin set in a vanity unit. An electric shower is also fitted above the bath in the family bathroom.
The front garden has a large gravel infill driveway which provides off-road parking for several vehicles and leads to a double garage. The well-maintained rear garden includes a patio, large lawn, borders, a greenhouse and a large wooden summer house.
There is much more to see at this great property.
An £875,000 price is being sought by the Shortland Horne estate agency which can be contacted on 024 7622 2123.