4 bedroom barn conversion for saleBurton Road, Needwood, Staffordshire
- Exceptional Barn Conversion
- Wonderful Landscaped Gardens
- Total Site Area approx. 0.5 acres
- Strategic Rural Location
- Sitting Room, Study, Reception Hall
- Fabulous Family Living Kitchen and Conservatory
- Breakfast Room, Laundry and Utility
- Galleried Landing, Master Bedroom En Suite
- 3 Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom
- Adjacent to Open Fields, EPC Rating F
The accommodation briefly comprises: Reception Hall, Cloakroom/W.C., Sitting Room, Study, Open Plan Family Living Kitchen, Breakfast Room, Conservatory and Laundry Room. Galleried Landing, Master Bedroom,
En-Suite Shower Room, Three Further Bedrooms and Family Bathroom. Drive Approach, Extensive Parking, Twin Garages, Magnificent Gardens, Gas Central Heating and PVCu Double Glazing.
John Taylor High School Catchment.
Rustic porch with oak posts and quarry tiles, decorative leaded and stained glass door opens into the spacious Reception Hall with galleried landing over, antique pine Karndean floor and access to Cloakroom/W.C. To the left an Inner Hall with antique pine Karndean floor and window to front leads you to the Study with window to rear and onto the Sitting Room which displays excellent proportions having a feature brick fireplace housing a log burner to tiled hearth, with mantle over, bay window to front and window to rear.
The central point of a family house and usual gathering place is the kitchen and here, The Old Stables excels, with a Large Kitchen and Family Area with bi-fold doors into a Conservatory and Breakfast Room to the side.
The Kitchen Area is well equipped with a range of quality base cupboards, drawers and wall units, having a peninsular unit all surmounted by granite worktops and upstands, with inset one and a half bowl sink and mixer tap plus a flexible rinsing tap. The peninsular unit has an inset 'Siemens' halogen hob with stainless steel extractor hood over in addition to an eye level electric fan oven and combination microwave oven. Other integrated appliances include a large larder fridge with freezer and dishwasher. The peninsular unit separates the working area from a comfortable Sitting Area all having the antique pine Karndean flooring, with a superb Foco Italian log burner on a bespoke black steel heath as a focal point.
Bi-fold doors open into a spacious Conservatory/Dining Room with antique pine Karndean floor and French doors to the garden. Off the kitchen is a Breakfast Room with French doors to a pretty block paved walled courtyard garden, ideal for morning coffee.
To the rear there is a useful Laundry Room with door to rear, gas fired boiler and 'Sheila Maid' laundry dryer. This also provides access to the adjacent Garages.
A dog leg staircase with balustrade ascents to the Galleried Landing overlooking the reception hall and serves all the first floor accommodation.
The Master Bedroom is spacious and light having a dual aspect to front and rear and vaulted ceiling with purlins. The En-Suite Shower Room is fitted with a white and chrome site comprising walk-in double shower with glazed screen, a wash hand basin fitted into a pine dresser and low level w.c. The floor and walls feature travertine tiles and complement the heated towel rail and halogen lights for a luxury finish.
There are Three Further Well Proportioned and Light Bedrooms, two of which feature an exposed beam.
The Family Bathroom has a contemporary white and chrome integrated suite comprising a P-Shaped bath in tiled surrounds with mains shower over and glazed screen, fitted units with tiled splash backs, over mirror, wash hand basin, low level w.c. and a tiled floor.
The Old Stables is set on a fabulous landscaped, yet natural garden plot, which is sure to delight the enthusiast, having shaped lawns, luxuriant borders and many fine specimen trees dividing the principal garden into a series of delightful areas offering differing places to relax, hide and enjoy.
With open fields to two aspects, the garden enjoys splendid views and a Summerhouse has been strategically sited to take full advantage, being alongside a small pond, with decking, border and pathways.
Not far away is a secluded spot for 'Al Fresco' dining with a built-in 'Jamie Oliver' pizza oven and sitting area. A productive kitchen garden provides all your herbs and home grown needs together with a wide variety of berries, currants, soft fruit and an apple and pear orchard. There is also an Igloo Greenhouse.
The front door is approached via a paved path, flanked by ornamental ponds and a water feature, and provides two pleasant areas to sit either early morning or late into the evening.
The approach is via a gravel drive with timber field gates leading to a spacious block paved Parking and turning space, and providing access to the adjacent Twin Garages with up and over doors and access to the house. To the rear lie further patios with a rustic screen and decorative borders. Outside light and taps.
Note: The Property is attached by the double garage to an adjacent property running at right angles.
Freehold (Purchasers are recommended to satisfy themselves as to tenure via their legal representative).
Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas are believed to be connected to the property but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
East Staffordshire Borough Council
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