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An idyllic four-bedroom property nestled in the Warwickshire countryside is set to go under the hammer next week in Loveitts auction.

The detached, four-bedroom home in the rustic village of Wolvey, Warwickshire, is just one of the money impressive properties being sold at the Loveitts auction which is taking place on Thursday May 17th.

Situated on 0.8 acres of land, the well-presented home is set in a private location surrounded by aesthetic countryside with two private gated entrances, spacious front and back facing gardens and two large garages.

Both spacious garages can be utilised as workshops that makes the 4-bedroom home an ideal dual purpose property for potential buyers.

The beautifully presented home can qualify as a perfect business premises with its secluded location and two private gated entrances making it an attractive propostion.

The property also comes with a beautiful fitted kitchen and dining room as well as an en-suite in the main bedroom and a generous parking area and this attractive home has vacant possession and comes with a guide price of £600,000 to £650,000.

The four-bedroom home is just one of many impressive properties being sold at the next Loveitts' auction.

The auction team at Loveitts believe it will be the prized lot at the auction, which is being held at Coventry's Village Urban Resort Hotel, in Dolomite Avenue starting at 6.30pm.

Lovietts Director and Auctioneer Sally Smith said this month’s auction presents a unique opportunity for potential house-hunters looking for a private countryside family home.

“We are confident that this home will prove incredibly popular at next month’s auction and we are expected a great deal of interest from potential home buyers.”

“It is in a much-sought after location with beautiful countryside surroundings, making it an idyllic family home,” she added. “With both back and front facing gardens it allows for a private setting but retains close links with the nearby towns of Hinckley and Rugby and surrounding motorway networks.“