You’ll be hit by the open, airy feel of this majestic late Victorian residence as you arrive into the central hallway, which starts to gently introduce those characteristic tall ceilings and decorative period touches that can be found proudly exhibiting themselves throughout the home. Warm terracotta tiled flooring leads you through to an original wooden door with inset panels of coloured stained glass, which in turn flows to the wider reception hallway, with its brick-built feature fireplace and log burning stove and twin double doors leading to the substantial drawing and sitting rooms. These impressive spaces open on to one another via double doors and provide spacious and comfortable places in which to greet and accommodate your guests, as well as yourself and your family. Both reception rooms boast traditional bay windows, with the grand drawing room also benefitting from French doors onto the extensive sunny private grounds. The kitchen and adjacent corridor have simply wonderful potential for conversion into a sizeable contemporary open-plan arrangement, although the kitchen itself is generous in size as it is, with ample space to relish mealtimes with friends and family alike. Also on the ground floor is a separate dining room and a useful guest cloakroom, as well as a utility room with belfast sink, alongside another reception with double doors to the delightful gardens. Spread over the first and second floors are six bedrooms, all of which enjoy truly excellent proportions. Bedrooms one and three heavily reap the rewards of elevated countryside vistas via their bay windows, which also deluge them with ever-pleasing natural daylight, whilst bedrooms one and four enjoy the use of dedicated en suite facilities. A family bathroom completes the first floor, with abundant opportunities here to create additional bathrooms or indeed en suite facilities, given the liberal sizing of the bedrooms that this striking period property has to offer. In fact, bedroom five on the second floor also has an already established room within it, which is ideal for conversion to an en suite subject to the usual consents. There is so much to be adored and a wealth of character features to be preserved and lovingly restored to their original glory in this unique property, including dado rails, those majestic soaring ceilings, ornate ceiling roses, and a multitude of traditional fireplaces throughout that are just calling out to be curled up in front of once more.
A considerable private circular driveway with central circular lawned section sweeps itself before the front façade of this handsome home, providing a grand welcome and ample parking spaces for visitors. The property is in an enviable set back position, with a gated and pillared entrance with characteristic cherub statues atop, nestled neatly in amongst stunning woodland, wide open countryside and backing on to a mass of land used by the local farmer. The Jeffreys boasts an acre plot which is enclosed principally by neat hedging and a selection of carefully chosen mature trees, yet benefits from breath-taking panoramic views of its glorious surrounding countryside and the renowend Coundon Wedge. There are extensive sections of neatly kept level lawn, punctuated by a diversity of shrubbery, as well as two garages, one of which also features a useful shed attached, as well as a summer house. A separate entrance to the rear of the home harks back to its roots and provides an ideal oppotunity to create a self-contained annexe. There is further scope, with the usual permissions to create a swimming pool, gymnasium or entertainment complex within these plentiful and serene grounds.
Mains Gas, Electric & Water. Private Drainage.
Fiber-optic Broadband is available, in the area.
Only those items mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale. All others are excluded but certain items may be made available by separate negotiation.
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The Jeffreys resides in the peaceful setting of Coundon Green, a highly sought-after location with stunning countryside surroundings yet convenient access to all of the popular Coventry amenities and a variety of useful road and rail links. Just a short commute to Coventry mainline train station, with its fast and frequent rail services and within a similarly easy reach of a multiplicity of excellent schooling options, this desirable position is simply ideal for families. A plethora of day-to-day shopping facilities sit around a mile from the home, whilst junction 3 of the M6 motorway offers access to the further motorway network, and thriving Coventry offers an even more extensive range of recreational, cultural and independent shopping amenities for all to enjoy.