Limekiln lane, Butterton, Staffordshire, ST13 7TD
- Detached Four Bedroomed Property with Potential In Abundance
- Idyllic Rural Location
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Large Driveway with Parking for Several Vehicles
- Commercial Aspect- viable shop business opportunity
- Character Features
- Huge Potential
- Large Gardens And Outdoor Space
- NO CHAIN
- Viewing is essential
A substantial stone detached period property sat in an excellent plot offering an enormous amount of potential to develop further to suit a buyers needs and requirements. Situated in an enviable rural setting surrounded by stunning countryside within the idyllic village of Butterton in the Staffordshire Peak District.
Greenlow House is a fabulous family home set in a stunning location sitting in significant grounds and surrounded by some of the most stunning countryside in the local area. The property is heightened by the attachment of a two story building which was the former village post office/convenience store with commercial use granted. The second floor provides useful storage space and a large room which has been utilised as additional bedroom accommodation by the present owners.
The main dwelling provides well-proportioned and versatile living space, arranged over two floors with internal access into the adjoining building. The accommodation comprises; A farmhouse style kitchen which is fitted with a range of matching base and eye level units with plenty of space for a dining table and providing access outside, into the former shop premises and the sitting room. The sitting room has a log burner fireplace with French doors out to the garden, access to the first floor accommodation together with access into the dining room. The dining room is a good size with a beautiful fireplace and a window framing the countryside views.
First floor accommodation compromises; a excellent size landing which lead to three double bedrooms which benefit from the uninterrupted views across surrounding countryside and the family bathroom completes the first floor in the main residence. There is also access into the adjoining dwelling on the first floor from the landing.
The former shop/post office has access from outside (the old public access) and internally from the main dwelling. The main public entrance leads into the former post office and still houses the old counter. A doorway leads into an a good size room which has a log burner set in a fireplace and a large window. Access leads then into the inner hallway/storage room with stairs leading to the first floor accommodation and internal access to the Farmhouse kitchen in the main dwelling. Access is then followed into the garage space with a vaulted style ceiling and folding doors to the front.
As you approach Green Lowe you can't help but be impressed with the beauty of the property and the large stone walls which lead to the sweeping driveway offering off road parking for several vehicles nestled amongst mature trees. To the rear of the property is a delightful large garden with a large lawn area, mature trees, shrubs and flowerbeds, a large summerhouse, side and rear courtyard areas and a large patio area. To the rear of the kitchen there is a useful outbuilding which is currently used as utility space.
There is a separate driveway and entrance to the adjacent side of the property which used to provide access to the main shop entrance so there is ample parking again for many vehicles with additional lawned garden area.
Lounge/Sitting Room - 4.5 x 3.6 (14'9" x 11'9") - uPVC French doors to the rear aspect, uPVC window to side aspect, Tiled floor, multi-fuel log burner with beam mantle and sat on a tiled hearth, built in storage, coving to the ceiling, ceiling light, access into the dining room and kitchen, stairs off to the first floor accommodation.
Dining Room - 4.7 x 3.6 (15'5" x 11'9") - Exposed wooden floors, uPVC window the the front aspect, radiators, coving to the ceiling, Feature fireplace with open style fire and tiled inset, ceiling light.
Farmhouse Style Kitchen - 7.2 x 2.9 (23'7" x 9'6") - A good size kitchen with ample space for dining space. Two uPVC windows to the side aspect, Two radiators, wooden door providing access into the side courtyard, tiled flooring, Two ceiling lights, a range of wooden wall and base units with work surfaces over, stainless steel sink with drainer, feature range cooker with extractor fitted over, partial tiled splash backs, exposed beams to the ceiling. Access off to the hallway leading to the former shop.
Former Grocery Store (Family Room) - 5.4 x 4.6 (17'8" x 15'1") - A good size room with a feature fireplace with log burner installed, large window to the front aspect, exposed beams to the ceiling, ceiling light.
Former Post Office (Study Room) - 7.4 x 2.4 (24'3" x 7'10") - Window to the side aspect, doorway leading to the front of the property, ceiling light.
First Floor -
Landing - Fitted carpet, cieling light, uPVC window to the side aspect, access off to the bedrooms, family bathroom and into the adjoining building.
Room Above Former Shop - 4.7 x 4.5 (15'5" x 14'9") - Currently used as additional bedroom accommodation. Fitted carpet, uPVC window to the front aspect, radiator, feature fireplace, ceiling light, storage cupboard
Bedroom - 4.7 x 3.7 (15'5" x 12'1") - Exposed wooden floorboards, uPVC window to the rear aspect, radiator, feature fireplace, ceiling light, fitted storage.
Bedroom - 3.6 x 3.5 (11'9" x 11'5") - Fitted carpet, uPVC window to the rear and side aspect, radiator, feature fireplace, ceiling light, exposed beams
Bedroom - 3.25 x 2.8 (10'7" x 9'2") - Fitted carpet, uPVC window to the side aspect, radiator, ceiling light.
Bathroom - 2.0 x 2.0 (6'6" x 6'6") - Lino flooring cover, heated towel rail, frosted uPVC window to the side aspect, WC, sink, corner bath with shower over, partially tiled walls, ceiling light.
Outbuilding / Utility - 3.0 x 2.6 (9'10" x 8'6") - Stone walls, stainless sink with worktop over, WC, ceiling light.
Integral Garage - 6.14 x 2.6 (20'1" x 8'6") - Folding front wooden doors, vaulted style ceiling, access into the inner hallway/storage room which houses stairs to the first floor accommodation.
Location - Butterton is a picturesque village in the Staffordshire Moorlands situated high above the Manifold Valley. With a welcoming pub, places to stay, the local countryside and nearby attractions. While the local countryside is magnificent for walking, cycling and climbing. The village is within easy reach of Buxton, Ashbourne and Leek.
Outside - The property enjoys a quite incredible picturesque setting. There are two entrances to the property, one sweeping style driveway provide ample parking and providing access to the main dwelling and formal gardens. The other entrance leads onto an extensive concrete parking area to the former shop with additional lawned garden area.
The gardens border the house and are mainly laid to lawn with some fantastic shrubs, flower beds and a large summerhouse, all complemented with the surrounding views.
Agents Notes - Freehold
Please note there is a commercial condition on the former shop and accommodation over. More information is being gained from the Peak National Park.
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