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4 bedroom cottage for sale

Marchington Cliff, Uttoxeter, ST14


Property Description

Key features

  • Wonderfully presented 4 bedroom cottage
  • Set in a rural location
  • Fantastic views of open countryside
  • Approx. 1/3rd of an acre
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • En-suite to Master bedroom
  • Fitted Kitchen with separate breakfast area
  • EPC rating E

Full description

Overlooking the village of Marchington nestled on a hillside enjoying outstanding countryside views is our charming period cottage built in the 1800's. Of typical brick and tiled roof construction with beamed ceilings this lovely family home has been previously extended to incorporate a spacious sitting room with a 3m x 3m conservatory attached, study, formal dining room, large entrance hall with guest w/c facilities and fitted kitchen with separate family breakfast area. The first floor offers four double sized bedrooms, family bathroom and en-suite facilities to the master bedroom.

OUTSIDE: Set in its own grounds of approx. a third of an acre with a through private driveway gated at both ends, with mature lawns and wild flower area, feature rockery water fall, garage and ample parking the property enjoys the stunning picturesque views on offer.

FEATURES: A magnificent Inglenook fireplace located in the sitting room, exposed brick archway between the family kitchen and breakfast area, traditional exposed beams, double glazed windows and doors, oil fired central heating, open chimney in the study, oil fired range located in the kitchen providing hot water, central heating and cooking. All first floor bedrooms will accommodate a double bed and are fairly square in appearance providing greater layout flexibility, the master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and as mentioned an en-suite.

AREA: Close to the village of Marchington supporting an award winning village shop, primary school, public houses and a range of sports facilities including: tennis courts, cricket pitch and bowling green with the village being awarded the "best kept village" for a number of years. The National Forest lies to the south of the village and the River Dove marks the boundary between Staffordshire and Derbyshire.


Reception Hall:

With underfloor heating, stairs to the first floor and guest w/c incorporating low level w/c and pedestal wash basin.

Sitting Room: 4.4m x 4.4m (14'5" x 14.5"):

With a magnificent feature Inglenook fireplace with oak beam and exposed brick with recessed lighting housing a multi-stove solid fuel burner. Glazed french style doors provide an access to the patio area and rear garden, further french styled glazed doors provide access to the ...

Conservatory 3m x 3m (9'11" x 9'11"):

Fully glazed to all sides with double opening doors to the rear garden with underfloor heating.

Dining Room 3.8m x 3.5m (12'5" x 11'6"):

With windows to two aspects and almost square room presenting ample space for formal dining and entertaining.

Breakfast Kitchen 8.2m x 2.4m (26'11" x 7'10") overall (Breakfast area 3.5m x 2.4m (11'6" x 7'10")):

The kitchen area is fully fitted with a range of fitted storage units and complementary preparation surfaces incorporating; an integral oven, induction hob with a separate Sandyford Classic oil fired range cooker providing all hot water and central heating with space for an American style fridge/freezer, automatic washing machine and tumble dryer.

Family Breakfast Area:

With Stable door to the patio and rear garden, a good sized room with the ability to house kitchen furniture and a breakfast table and chairs. A beautiful feature exposed brick archway separates the kitchen and the family breakfast area.

Study/Snug 3.5m x 3m (11'6" x 9'11"):

With original exposed Oak beams featuring and exposed brick open fireplace and tiled base.

First Floor:

The staircase from the Reception Hall leads to a central landing with loft access and Airing Cupboard.

Master Bedroom 4.4m x 4.4m (14'5" x 14'5"):

Of a generous size with room for a king sized bed and furniture featuring double opening french style doors to an outside balcony, walk-in wardrobe and en-suite comprising of a corner shower, low level w/c and pedestal wash basin.

Bedroom 2, 4.6m x 3.4m (15'1" x 11'2"):

With double aspect windows enjoying the surrounding panoramic views.

Bedroom 3, 3.7m x 3.6m (12'2" x 11'10"):

With window to two elevations again enjoying superb views.

Bedroom 4, 3.5m x 3.1m (11'6" x 10'2"):

A good sized room suitable for an additional office space or fourth double bedroom.

Family Bathroom 2.3m x 2.2m (7'6" x 7'3"):

A spacious room with paneled bath and shower over, low level w/c and pedestal wash basin with a feature tiled wall.


The main driveway has vehicular access to both sides and is gated, the plot extends to approximately one third of an acre and is mainly laid to lawn with a wild flower meadow area planted, rockery waterfall, garden patio and further rockery area and detached brick garage. The property is elevated and nestled in to a hill side with woodland to the rear enjoying superb panoramic views over Marchington village and towards the river Dove.


If you are looking for an authentic character country cottage of good size and proportions with outside space in a rural setting then this could be ideal for you!

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 December 2016


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