4 bedroom detached house for saleLapley, Staffordshire
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- Charming Period Detached Cottage
- Tastefully Presented and Spacious
- 3 Reception Rooms, Conservatory
- Breakfast Kitchen with Utility off
- 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bath/Shower Rooms
- Delightful Gardens, Double Garage
- Delightful Village Location
- EPC Rating E
Inner Hall with stairs leading to first floor landing and useful under stairs cupboard in addition to a broom cupboard. There is a charming and particularly well proportioned Lounge which has a secondary glazed bow window to the garden, splendid inglenook fireplace with cast multi fuel burner, plate rail, French style outer door to the terrace and garden. Serving hatch to kitchen.
There is a separate formal Dining Room with two secondary glazed windows enjoying pleasant views to the church and an oak front entrance. There is also a walk in store.
A separate Sitting Room which is also spacious and has three double glazed windows to the front, brick fireplace with propane gas coal effect fire.
Bathroom having a corner bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash basin, low flush w.c, bidet and tiled splash backs.
The Breakfast Kitchen has a range of oak faced high and low level units which incorporate a hob with extractor fan set into a canopy above, double oven, fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. There are tiled work surfaces which incorporate a sink and drainer, secondary glazed window to the garden and French style double doors opening to the Conservatory which provides access to the garden.
First Floor Landing with two useful cupboards and off which lead the Principal Bedroom having secondary glazed window enjoying views of the lvoely rear garden, fitted bedroom furniture and access to the En Suite which has a white suite comprising double shower, wash basin and w.c set into a modern integrated unit. Tiled splash backs and towel radiator.
The Second Bedroom again has a window to the garden and a range of fitted bedroom furniture. The Third Bedroom has a front facing window with far reaching views to the Wrekin, fitted bedroom furniture, wash basin with integrated cupboard beneath and both double and secondary glazing. Bedroom Four again has a front facing window with views to the Wrekin, built in bedroom furniture and both double and secondary glazing.
The Shower Room has a Vernon Tutbury suite and comprises shower, low flush w.c, pedestal wash basin, tiled splash backs and a towel radiator.
Primrose Cottage is situated in a most delightful location within the village and next to the pircturesque church. There is a stone front wall with a wrought iron gate opening to the front terrace which has brick paviours and a raised and well stocked bed to one side. There is side access from a path with useful external stores leading to the lovely rear garden which is immaculately presented and abundantly stocked. There is a rear terrace with brick paviours, matching patio, large shaped lawn garden and established borders either side. Timber trellis and arbour and a paved path leading to the edge of the lawn. Spacious drive with double remote control timber gates and a Detached Double Garage with electrically operated door. There is also boarded loft space within the garage.
Lapley is a charming and unspoilt village, yet extremely convenient for commuting. The A5 provides direct access to Telford and Shropshire and also to Cannock, Gailey island and motorway junctions. Stafford is also easily accessible and has a mainline intercity railway station with regular Virgin services operating to London Euston and taking approximately one hour and twenty minutes.
From Stafford take the A449 through Penkridge, at the island turn right onto the A5. Continue for a short distance and turn right signposted Stretton and then first left onto Lapley Road. Continue through Stretton and turn right signposted Lapley and Bickford. Take the first left turning and Primrose Cottage is situated next to the church.
1) The property is situated within a conservation area.
2) There is mains drainage, water and electricity.
3) There is no gas. Central heating is via an oil fired system, there is an LPG tank to the coal effect gas fire.
4) The vendors inform us that the property was underpinned in approximately 1970's.
Freehold (Purchasers are recommended to satisfy themselves as to tenure via their legal representative).
Mains water, drainage and electricity are believed to be connected to the property but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
South Staffordshire District Council
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