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4 bedroom farm house for sale

Alrewas Road, Kings Bromley, Staffordshire

Guide Price £625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Sought-After Village Location
  • Farmhouse of Stunning Character
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Farmhouse Kitchen with Aga
  • 2 Storey Converted Stable Studio
  • 0.3 Acre including Large Driveway
  • South Facing Mature Garden
  • EPC Rating E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A charming early 19th century farmhouse located in the sought-after village of Kings Bromley.

The main house is superbly presented and retains a wealth of original features throughout and viewing will be required to appreciate this lovely home.

Main House: Entrance Porch, Reception Hall, Farmhouse Kitchen with Aga, Beautiful Dining Room, Sitting Room, Family Room, Four Bedrooms, Traditional Family Bathroom, En-Suite Shower Room, Outside W.C./Boiler House/Utility, Secure Gated Entrance.

An additional Two Storey Converted Stable with Two Principal Rooms, Entrance Lobby, Kitchen Area and Wet Room can provide further accommodation for family members and is versatile enough to be a studio or fully enclosed office etc.

A further Detached Barn has a current planning application 'open' for a single storey conversion having one bedroom, open plan living area and parking providing opportunity for a variety of uses for the owners of Bromley Farmhouse.

Additional Storehouse, Summerhouse, Gated Access to Drive allowing for 8 cars, Mature South facing Gardens of approximately 0.3 of an acre providing an outstanding family home with the benefit of adaptable accommodation.

John Taylor Catchment



Location
Kings Bromley is a delightful village with village pub and currently under construction a village Co-Op Store. The sought-after primary school has catchment to the renowned John Taylor High School.

The Property
Located in the sought-after village of Kings Bromley, less than 5 miles from Lichfield Cathedral City, herewith a rare opportunity to purchase an early 19th century detached farmhouse, sympathetically maintained and improved over the last 30 years by the current owners.

The property offers a traditional farmhouse layout with three well proportioned reception rooms plus a lovely farmhouse kitchen with Aga. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, an en-suite shower room to the second bedroom and a large family bathroom.

The property occupies a delightful south facing plot of approx. 0.3 of an acre and has mature and privately screened gardens, principally lawned with mixed borders and a soft fruit and vegetable garden.

Considerable recent investment has been made in the conversion of the stable to create a two storey professional studio which incorporated two principal studio rooms plus entrance lobby, kitchen and wet room.

In addition, the property also boasts an original brick and tile barn measuring some 11.5m x 3.6m, currently divided into three workshop/storage rooms plus car port and further store, which has planning permission for a single storey conversion.

Location
Lichfield city centre approx. 5 miles, Alrewas (and the A38) approx. 3 miles and Yoxall approx. 2 miles. Convenient commuter access to the A38, A51, M1 and M6 Toll Road. Virgin high speed trains to London from Lichfield Trent Valley.

Accommodation
Hardwood main entrance door leads into the Entrance Porch with quarry tiled floor, front facing window and hardwood inner door with feature Pilkington etched glass. Reception Hall providing a characterful first impression with beamed ceiling, spindle balustraded staircase, wall lights, radiator, under-stairs storage cupboard with concealed Cellar access.

The heart of the home is the Farmhouse Kitchen of ample size to accommodate a table and chairs and the centre piece of which is the gas fired Aga (electric cooker also included for summer use). Attractive and comprehensive range of oak and modern colour washed units, hardwood block work surfaces, splashback and feature Laura Ashley tiling. Slate tiled floor, Belfast sink with granite contoured drainer and work top, dishwasher and fridge space, beamed ceiling, two windows to the rear and stable style door.


Beautiful Dining Room leading off the kitchen with restored beamed ceiling, Inglenook fireplace with oak mantel beam, raised brick and slate hearth (potential for log burner), two original fireside salt cupboards, quarry tiled flooring, front and rear facing windows, wall light points and access to:

Sitting Room, again a room of great style and original character with beamed ceiling, feature brick fireplace with log burner stove, window to front and bay window to rear, radiator, wall lights and access to Family Room/Office, a versatile and well proportioned room with front and rear windows, ceiling beams, fitted shelving and low voltage spot lighting.

First Floor
Long Landing with rear and side facing windows, radiator and wall lights.

Bedroom One, a delightful main room with front and rear facing windows, extensive range of built-in wardrobes and twin bedside units. Access to Bedroom Two, a lovely double bedroom with garden facing rear window, radiator, pine built-in double wardrobe and dressing table unit. En-Suite Shower Room being tastefully appointed with a white and chrome suite comprising glazed and tiled shower cabinet, wash hand basin, w.c., fully tiled walls and floor, heated towel rail/radiator.

Bedroom Three is a further double room with front aspect, double wardrobe, radiator and wall lights. Bedroom Four, a good sized L-shaped single bedroom with front aspect, built-in wardrobe and radiator.

Superb Family Bathroom of generous size and character, and having a traditional white suite with chrome fittings to include a long cast iron bath with mixer tap and shower fitting, wide pedestal wash hand basin, w.c., radiator, rear window and pine built-in airing/linen cupboard.

Outside
Utility Room/W.C./Boiler House housing the Baxi gas fired boiler, Belfast sink, w.c. and plumbing for washing machine.

Two Storey Converted Stable Studio. Works undertaken in 2007 to create a professional, contemporary design and comprises Entrance Lobby with Velux skylight and rear window leads through to a Kitchen Area and fully tiled Wet Room. There are Two Professional Studio Areas connected by a modern steel staircase and both have rear garden facing aspects. Original features preserved throughout and a building of great versatility for potential purchasers.

Brick and Tile Original Barn measuring some 11.5m x 3.6m, currently divided into three separate workshop/storage rooms (planning planning currently applied for by the vendors for a change of use) plus a Car Port 6.1m x 2.4m and a further brick and tile Store measuring 4.7m x 2.4m.

The farmhouse benefits from a lovely traditional Garden, south facing, and of approx. 0.3 of an acre. A five bar gate gives access from the roadside to a large pavioured driveway, shaped and substantially sized main lawn with Summerhouse feature. There are well stocked herbaceous, perennial and shrubbery borders plus a soft fruit and vegetable garden, rose covered Pergola and even an old Victorian privy with double seated water closet. What more could you ask for?

Tenure
Freehold (Purchasers are recommended to satisfy themselves as to tenure via their legal representative).

Services
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.

Agent's Notes
Recent planning applications in the vicinity of 24 Alrewas Road:

15/01379/FUL 15/00859/FUL
14/00278/FUL 13/01057/FUL

For further information see www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/planning

Local Authority
Lichfield District Council

Useful Websites
environment-agency.gov.uk/maps
lichfielddc.gov.uk

JGA/150216
JGI/261016
MA/RLM/Lich
 

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Nearest stations

  • Lichfield Trent Valley (4.3 mi)
  • Lichfield City (4.7 mi)
  • Rugeley Trent Valley (5.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

John German, Lichfield

29 Bore Street, Lichfield, WS13 6LZ

01543 737059 Local call rate

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

John German, Lichfield

29 Bore Street, Lichfield, WS13 6LZ

01543 737059 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Lichfield Trent Valley (4.3 mi)
  • Lichfield City (4.7 mi)
  • Rugeley Trent Valley (5.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

John German, Lichfield

29 Bore Street, Lichfield, WS13 6LZ

01543 737059 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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