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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Wychnor Park, Burton-On-Trent

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Property Description

Key features

  • Glorious Rural Setting
  • Six Bedrooms
  • Gardens and Grounds of Approximately 14 Acres
  • Two Stable Blocks
  • Traditional Tile and Brick Barn with Planning Permission for an Independent Dwelling
  • Swimming Pool
  • Guide Price - £900,000 - £1,000,000
  • Viewings through the Uttoxeter office of Bagshaws on 01889 562811

Full description

A substantial country house in a splendid and very convenient rural setting together with approximately 14 acres.


Location  
Twichells stands in an impressive rural location between the villages for Barton-Under-Needwood and Yoxall on a private road to the north of Wychnor Park. The property is sited to make the most of the far reaching open aspects to the south-west and over the Trent valley towards the village of Kings Bromley. Standing on a private road the location affords a very good degree of exclusivity and privacy, whilst still being very convenient for access the villages of both Yoxall and Barton (1.5 and 2 miles respectively) where a comprehensive range of facilities and amenities are available including John Taylor secondary school. The A38 can be accessed at Barton-Under-Needwood. Distances: Lichfield - 10.5 Miles Burton-Upon-Trent - 10 Miles Derby - 21 Miles Birmingham - 30 Miles

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements 
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of wayleaves, easements and rights of way that may exist at the time of the sale.

EPC Rating F 

Viewing 
Strictly by appointment through the Uttoxeter office of Bagshaws on 01889 562811.

Tenure and Possession  
The property is Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Bedroom Five 
21' 5'' x 14' 1'' (6.52m x 4.3m)
with concealed radiator, marble fireplace with slate hearth and ornate wood surround, cornice detail to ceiling.

Bathroom  
14' 10'' x 11' 9'' (4.53m x 3.57m)
with large corner bath, mixer tap and shower attachment, W.C and wash basin, three wall light points and provision for large walk in shower/wet room and airing cupboard.

Externally 
The property is approached from the rear via a private driveway opening onto a large courtyard area, bounded on three sides by traditional stables and a barn and the main house filling the fourth side. The stables are set out in two brick and tile buildings.

Stable Block One (North-West Side) 
with three stables; mearsuring Number One measuring 5.30m x 3.45m (17'5'' x 11'4'') Number Two measuring 5.50m x 3.45m (18'11 x 11'4'') Number Three measuring 5.50m x 3.45m (18'11 x 11'4'')

Stable Block Two (North-East)  
measuring; Stable One measuring 5.13m x 2.90m (16'10'' x 9'6'') Stable Two measuring 5.13m x 3.22m (16'10'' x 10'7'') Stable Three measuring 5.00m x 3.14m (16'5'' x 10'4'') Tack Room room measuring 6.60m x 5.10m (21'8'' x 16'9'') Stable Four measuring 5.24m x 3.14m (17'2'' x 10'4'') Stable Five measuring 5.12m x 2.80m (16'10'' x 9'2'')

Services 
Mains water and electricity are connected, Oil fired heating and drainage is private.

Barn 
Part single and part two storey traditional brick and tile building with a single storey lean-to to the rear. The ground floor of the two storey part measures approximately 5.11m x 10.4m (16'9'' x 34'1'') with similar sized loft/room over with a single storey store shed to the side and lean-to to the rear. The overall footprint of the building is in excess of 2000 sqft. This building has the benefit of planning consent for conversion into an independent dwelling granted by East Staffordshire Borough Council, application number CU/08551/014. We understand this consent was granted in 2005 but it is still live on the basis that works have commenced but this has not been confirmed with the local authority.

Gardens 
To the front of the property (South-West) there is a garden area bordering the grassland by way of a ha-ha. At the side of the main house there is an open air swimming pool.

Grassland 
The adjoining grassland amounts to approximately 13.3 acres, lying predominantly to the South and West. The ground slopes gently to the South-West whilst to the South-East side of the property there are two principal enclosures together with an all weather Manege.

General Information 

Local Authority 
East Staffordshire Borough Council The Maltsters Wetmore Road Burton-Upon-Trent Staffordshire DE14 1LS

Council Tax 
The property is believed to be within Council Tax band 'G'

Rear Landing 
Full width landing with windows to either side, radiator and coving.

Bedroom One/Master Bedroom 
21' 3'' x 15' 3'' (6.47m x 4.65m)
with cornice detail to ceiling, concealed radiator, two wall light points and window to front, stone fireplace.

En-suite 
12' 9'' x 6' 0'' (3.88m x 1.84m)
with wash basin set into vanity unit, W.C and Bidet (Currently incomplete).

Dressing Area 
12' 9'' x 9' 5'' (3.88m x 2.87m)
with cornice detail to ceiling, concealed radiator, two wall light points and window to side.

Bedroom Two  
12' 8'' x 11' 10'' (3.87m x 3.61m)
with concealed radiator and coving detail to ceiling.

Bedroom Three 
11' 4'' x 11' 9'' (3.46m x 3.58m)
with concealed radiator and coving detail to ceiling.

Bedroom Four 
11' 9'' x 9' 11'' (3.57m x 3.02m)
with concealed radiator and coving detail to ceiling.

Dining Room  
21' 6'' x 14' 0'' (6.56m x 4.27m)
with polished oak wood flooring, four wall light points, imposing Victorian fireplace with polish wood surrounds and mantel housing a cast fireplace with tiled inserts, Victorian style radiator, door to hallway and full width patio doors to the front overlooking the gardens and grounds.

Conservatory 
10' 10'' x 10' 2'' (3.29m x 3.1m)
with tiled floor and door to side.

At First Floor Level 

Main Landing  
with window to front, radiator and opening to;

Utility Room 
12' 9'' x 11' 0'' (3.89m x 3.36m)
with belfast sink and oil fired boiler and two windows to the side.

Breakfast Kitchen  
18' 5'' x 16' 1'' (5.62m x 4.91m)
An attractive and spacious room with a wide arched opening onto the dining room with aspects to the rear. The kitchen is fitted with a good quality range of cream fronted based cupboards and drawers with granite worktop and splash back, twin bowled belfast sink with mixer tap, built-in oven with ceramic hob over, central island with granite top and cupboards under, suspended canopy over central island, windows to front and side and glazed paneled double doors opening onto conservatory, twin plated Aga, recessed ceiling lights and antique style radiator.

Pantry 
with thrawl and window to rear.

Description  
A substantial country house in this glorious rural setting together with a range of traditional brick and tile outbuildings forming an attractive courtyard to the rear of the house with the gardens and grounds extending to the south and west and totaling approximately 14 acres. The house offers generous and comfortable accommodation briefly comprising; large reception hall, side hall, cloakroom, utility room, elegant lounge with sitting area, a study, impressive kitchen with formal dining room off, pantry, conservatory and first floor level, master bedroom suite with dressing area and en-suite (incomplete), four further bedrooms and bathroom. Externally the property has an attractive traditional courtyard area to the rear bounded by two stable blocks and a traditional barn which has consent for conversion into a dwelling. The property stands in total of approximately 14 acres with grassland extending to the south and west. There is also an open air swimming pool.

Accommodation 
Paneled entrance door with adjacent full height windows overlooking the courtyard and opening onto:

Directions 
From the A38 Lichfield take the Barton-Under-Needwood turn (B5016) and proceed through the village and onwards to the village of Yoxall. Having left the village of Barton proceed passed the turning on your left and as you rise up the hill, the turning to the driveway to Twichells is on your left opposite Sich Lane. Proceed down the driveway and into the fields where the drive to Twichells is the second on your right hand side.

Reception Hall 
12' 6'' x 11' 2'' (3.8m x 3.4m)
With antique style radiator, oak framed fireplace with a marble hearth and facing brick inserts. Cornice detail to ceiling, three wall light points, arched opening to:

Inner/Rear Hallway  
with feature window to the front, spindle staircase to first floor with understairs door giving access to the cellar. Concealed radiator with marble shelf over and cornice detail to ceiling. From the main hall there is a side hallway with a further door to the rear and window to the side.

Lounge 
21' 4'' x 15' 2'' (6.51m x 4.63m)
with Adam style fireplace with a slate hearth and marble inserts housing a solid fuel burning stove. Cornice detail to ceiling, two concealed radiators and full width windows to the front, giving aspects over to the land and the south, four wall light points. From the lounge there is an arched opening onto;

Sitting Room  
18' 6'' x 14' 2'' (5.63m x 4.32m)
An elegant room being part con caved with a corner window and further side window, cornice detail to ceiling, three wall light points and concealed radiator.

Study (accessed from the sitting room) 
12' 8'' x 11' 4'' (3.87m x 3.46m)
concealed radiator and window to side.

Side Porch 
Quarry tiled floor.

Cloakroom 
with W.C and radiator and recessed shelving.

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08 February 2017

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