A bright, modern home with stylish features and a bespoke design – a house like none other in the city.
Situated in the well regarded and affluent Gibbett Hill, this five-bedroom, three-bathroom contemporary property dubbed Zinc House is amongst the most expensive on the market in Coventry right now, with an asking price of £995,000.
Constructed as part of a two-house development project, with the second property right next door, the local developer Ward Burges created a home “that will be a legacy for our children and that we’d love to live in!”
Nestled within a mature plot and designed with sheer dynamism and distinction, only the most respectful attention to detail has been realised throughout this stunning home, which naturally compliments its surroundings.
A revelation of light and material, style and substance abound with four separate living spaces, a multifunctional double garage with a sweeping driveway, three beautiful bathrooms, a utility room and balconies attached to two of the bedrooms.
The bright open-plan living, kitchen and dining area makes this the perfect family home but does not mean it compromises on privacy, with private yet social patios and a fenced, south-facing rear garden. Anthracite aluminium doors slide open to blend the interior and exterior beautifully.
Handmade bricks from Randers Tegl in Denmark, Zinc and Siberian larch clad the home creating an en trend ambience with the most sustainable of materials.
A welcoming and stylish hallway at the front of the house presents a stunning glass and timber frameless staircase for access to the first floor. Internally over 3,200 sq feet of accommodation incorporate wet zoned underfloor heating, oak doors, fitted Lloyds wardrobes, cat 4 wirings, LED downlighters and a blend of both oak and ceramic flooring to the ground floor.
Popular cities including Solihull and Birmingham are approximately a 25-minute journey, traffic dependant. With superb golf courses, eateries, theatre and entertainment upon its doorstep, Gibbet Hill is also well located for King Henry VIII school and both Warwick and Kings High Public Schools.
For more information or to request a viewing, contact the listing agent The Loveitts Collection on 01926 429268.