4 bedroom country house for sale

Camrose Hill, Rudyard, Staffordshire, ST13 8RL

Offers in Region of £420,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Exceptional stone built Character Property
  • Ideally located in the popular village of Rudyard
  • Fantastic views to the front aspect
  • Spacious and versatile accommodation set over three floors
  • Off road parking, Garage and Gardens, Viewing a MUST!

Full description

#UNIQUE FAMILY HOME #LOCATED IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE CHESHIRE/STAFFORDSHIRE BORDER #IDEAL FOR A FAMILY WITH SELF CONTAINED LOWER GROUND FLOOR SUITABLE FOR ANNEX OR WORKING ENVIRONMENT #GARDENS, GARAGE AND PARKING #VIEWING IS A MUST TO APPRECIATE THE FANTASTIC VIEWS!
Ever dreamed of owning your own Hall???? Then dreams can come true with this unique home. Camrose Hall was built in 1891 in the heart of the popular village of Rudyard, which is located in close proximity to the Staffordshire/Cheshire border. The Hall boasts modern living, whilst retaining the originality! Ideal for the family looking for a spacious home with the lower ground floor lending itself to a self contained Annex with a Living Room, Bedroom, Office, Utility and Bathroom, very little work would be required to fully utilise the area.
The main house offers two spacious reception rooms which are accessed from a feature hallway, which also leads to the well appointed Dining Kitchen. The first floor boasts three sizeable bedrooms and contemporary bathroom.
The Living Room, has a feature cast iron fireplace and stone mullion window to the front providing panaramic views over the surrounding countryside. The Dining Room boasts a tiled grate and hearth with original tiled floor and stone mullion windows again offering panoramic views. The spacious Kitchen compliments the ground floor accommodation being a modern design with integrated appliances and sizeable Breakfast Bar.
Proceeding to the lower ground floor at half landing level is a Cloakroom and to the lower floor level the Hallway boasts original brick flooring with glazed panels overlooking the Study. This room has an external door leading to front elevation. Adjacent to the Study is a Shower Room and Utility Room, which could potentially be utilised as a self-contained Kitchen. Again, on the same floor is an open plan Dining/Sitting Room, which leads to a sizeable Fourth Bedroom.
The first floor bedroom accommodation offers ample space with built in bedroom furniture to the Master Bedroom and built in wardrobes to the second and third bedrooms with windows offering panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. The Family Bathroom, has been modernised to retain original characteristics with a roll top bath and antique French mixer tap, complimented by the exposed stained timber flooring.
Externally, the property offers landscaped gardens to the side and rear aspect, with meandering paths and raised rockeries. The property benefits from off road parking and a single garage and a further area to the rear of the garage being a small woodland /copse.


Entrance Porch 
5' 0" x 5' 3" (1.53m x 1.60m)
Stone mullion windows to the front aspect, hardwood door to the side aspect, vaulted ceiling, exposed stone walls to part, painted ceramic brick walls to part, part glazed double doors with matching upper panel leading to

Entrance Hall 
Staircase to the first floor, staircase to the lower ground floor, single radiator, double glazed window to the side aspect, painted ceramic brick wall, concealed tiled floor.

Breakfast Kitchen 
10' 11" x 14' 3" (3.34m x 4.34m)
Stone mullion window to the front aspect, stone mullion window to the side aspect, double glazed window to the side aspect, double radiator. Range of matching cupboards and drawers incorporating integrated dishwasher, electric double oven, concealed fridge and freezer, beech work surfaces having inset four ringed brushed chrome gas hob, range of matching wall cupboards, tiled splashbacks, brush chrome splashback to part incorporating extractor fan with brushed chrome canopy over. Matching store cupboard housing Baxi gas fire central heating boiler, with glazed display cupboards above, built in larder cupboard, original range in" Excelsior" set in decorative brick arch. Red and black Minton tiled flooring.

Living Room 
13' 2" x 19' 5" (4.02m x 5.91m)
Stone mullion window to the front aspect incorporating shaped stone window seat, stone mullion window to the side aspect set on stone sill, feature cast iron fireplace set in quarry tiled hearth in decorative carved stone surround with timber lintel over, two double radiators, concealed tiled flooring.

Dining Room 
10' 7" x 13' 2" (3.22m x 4.02m)
Stone mullion window to the front and side aspects set on tiled sill, ceramic brick tile fireplace in carved stone surround having timber lintel over, double radiator, decorative black and white Minton tiled floor.

Half Landing 
With double glazed window to the side aspect, painted ceramic brick walls.

Cloakroom 
4' 2" x 11' 0" (1.28m x 3.36m)
Double glazed stone mullion window to the side aspect, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, single radiator, fitted coat hooks, black and red Minton tiled flooring to part, stained timber flooring to part, painted ceramic brick walls.

Lower Ground Floor/Hallway 
Having brick flooring, glazed doors with matching side panels overlooking study, understairs store with fixed shelving.

Study 
9' 9" x 10' 5" (2.97m x 3.18m)
Original door to the front aspect, window to the front aspect, double radiator, brick flooring, built in meter cupboard.

Sitting Room 
13' 4" x 19' 2" (4.06m x 5.83m)
Two glazed windows to the front aspect having feature archway over, two double radiators.

Bedroom Four 
9' 1" x 13' 8" (2.77m x 4.16m)
Window to the front aspect, vaulted ceiling.

Inner Hall 
Store cupboards off, painted ceramic brick walls, tiled floor.

Shower Room 
6' 1" x 6' 2" (1.85m x 1.88m)
Fully tiled shower cubicle incorporating electric fitment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, part tiled wall, inset halogen downlighters, chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan, tiled floor.

Utility 
7' 6" x 9' 3" (2.29m x 2.81m)
Stone mullion windows to the front and side aspects, double radiator, tiled floor.

First Floor 

Landing 
Double glazed window to the side aspect, single radiator, painted ceramic brick walls to part, feature painted brick archway set on exposed stone corbel.

Bathroom 
10' 2" x 13' 8" (3.11m x 4.17m)
Roll top bath with antique French brass mixer tap over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, walk in shower cubicle with chrome dual head shower fitment, antique style radiator in brass heated towel rail, exposed ceramic brick walls to part, flitted coat hooks, loft access, stained timber flooring.

Bedroom Three 
11' 3" x 14' 3" (3.44m x 4.35m)
Stone mullion window to the side aspect offering panoramic views, feature cast iron fireplace, double radiator, painted ceramic brick walls to part, feature painted brick arch, built in wardrobe with hanging space.

Master Bedroom 
14' 3" x 18' 3" (4.34m x 5.56m)
Stone mullion windows to the front and side aspects being secondary glazing set on painted stone sills, double radiator, single radiator, range of built in bedroom furniture comprising wardrobes chest of drawers, display shelving. Painted ceramic brick walls to part, feature painted ceramic brick arc two chimney breast

Bedroom Two 
9' 8" x 13' 6" (2.94m x 4.12m)
(Maximum measurements) Stone mullion window to the rear aspect being secondary glazed, double glazed window to the side aspect, double radiator, painted ceramic brick walls to part, fitted coat hooks.

Outside 
Driveway to garage

Single Garage 
Having concrete floor, up and over door.

Garden 
Double gated access leading to gardens with lawns having meandering paths leading to stone flagged Patio, elevated rockery with mature trees and shrubs. Stone outbuilding being former toilet. Stepped access to elevated gravel gardens incorporating rockery offering panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. Situated adjacent to the rear of the single garage is a small area of woodland with frontage onto the council road.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 July 2016

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  • Congleton (5.7 mi)
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  • Congleton (5.7 mi)
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47 Derby Street, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 6HU

01538 861001 Local call rate

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