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4 bedroom house for sale

Lodge Hill, Tutbury, Burton-On-Trent, Staffordshire

Offers Over £625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Chalet Bungalow
  • Nestled upon a plot of 4.3 Acres
  • Prime Equestrian Property
  • Three Reception Areas
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Ensuite to master and family bathroom
  • Sweeping drive leading to double garage
  • Landscaped gardens to all sides
  • Stabling and fenced Paddocks
  • Semi-Rural location on the edge of Tutbury

Full description

This spacious four bedroom detached property makes the perfect flexible family home, with the added benefit of its own equestrian facilities. Built in a chalet style, the house is approached via a sweeping driveway which gives a hint of the grandeur which follows inside.

Accommodation - Coppice view offers the market a wonderful detached chalet bungalow located in a beautiful semi-rural location on the edge of the ever-popular village of Tutbury. The home boasts spacious accommodation throughout. On entering the home via a recessed storm porch there is a good-sized hallway with doors leading to all rooms, including a cloakroom, and the staircase rising to the first floor. The main sitting room features a stone fireplace with open range fireplace and there is a bay window to the front elevation with views over fields. Accessed of the lounge is the Dining Room. A light and airy room which benefits from fabulous views over the grounds and with French doors leading out to the rear terrace.

There is a lovely snug room, again with views over the grounds which leads through to the breakfast kitchen. This is a large room with space for a dining table and plenty of storage units and appliance space. There is a useful rear porch way doubling up as a boot room which has access to the utility room, again with matching units from the kitchen and plenty of room for the essential appliance space.

The master bedroom suite is a most spacious area which has two dressing rooms serving the master bedroom. The room leads onto a full ensuite facility with twin sink units, wc, shower and bath. There is also a second double bedroom to this floor and a well-appointed family bathroom.

To the first floor there are two bedrooms both with fitted bedrooms and with the front bedroom having views over surrounding countryside. The rear bedroom also incorporates the airing cupboard and then with views over the grounds of Coppice View.

Outside - Externally the home boasts plenty of parking with a sweeping driveway leading round to a large, detached, double garage to the front along with its own workshop area. The front gardens are delightfully landscaped with ornamental lighting and have a gated rear access large enough for horse boxes to access the stables and further parking. The rear gardens offer a delightful landscaped area with a sun terrace and an orchard. There is then 4 acres of perfectly flat fenced paddocks which are serviced by a 4-bay stable block which complete with water supply and 3 phase electric supply. The rear paddocks have access arrangements over surrounding fields.

Vendor Interview - This spacious four bedroom detached property makes the perfect flexible family home, with the added benefit of its own equestrian facilities. Built in a chalet style, the house is approached via a sweeping driveway which gives a hint of the grandeur which follows inside. “As soon as we walked in, we knew Coppice View was the right home for us as a family,” say the current owners, “with the amount of space and scope it offered to really make it our own.”

Since moving in, the owners have made various improvements and extensions to the property. “We built a utility room and enlarged the kitchen,” they say, “also converting the existing garage adjacent to the master bedroom to provide a larger en suite and dressing rooms, and building a new double garage. The sunny dining room we had built onto the back of the house is a lovely place to sit and enjoy a relaxed family dinner.” The property now affords versatile living accommodation set over two floors, including three reception rooms and a welcoming kitchen and breakfast room perfect for everyday life and entertaining alike. “This is the perfect family property, a true home from home for our children and grandchildren, “say the owners. “The master suite even has the potential to be converted into an annexe or granny flat.”
Exquisitely landscaped, the impressive gardens comprising the property’s 4.3-acre plot include a modest orchard and a generous block paved two tier sun terrace ideal for al fresco dining and summer entertaining. Beyond this are two large paddocks and a stable block with water supply, tack room and fodder store, making this the perfect property for those with equestrian interests. “It is wonderful to be able to simply walk out the back door, mount a horse and ride out into the field,” say the owners. While mostly laid to lawn, the well-kept front gardens are edged with hedges, trees and shrubs and provide a pleasant prelude to the larger space to the rear of the house.
Plenty of parking is available both to the front and side of the house, with provision for a horse box or caravan, while the large detached double garage benefits from a water supply and separate lockable workshop and store room within.
Located between Burton upon Trent and Tutbury, Coppice View’s beautiful semi-rural location on Lodge Hill provides astounding vistas both front and back over surrounding countryside and the property's own paddocks. Access is convenient to a range of amenities in Tutbury, a charming town known for its castle with tea room, antique shops and boutiques. In the opposite direction is Burton for a comprehensive range of services. Transport links in the area are excellent, with easy access to major industrial centres.

Favourite room: “We love the whole house, but the place we sit most often is the cosy snug where we watch television on winter evenings.”

What they will miss the most: “We will miss the freedom of the fields all around, which we can see from every window of the house.”

Best thing about the grounds/local area: “The gardens are so safe, sunny and relaxing. I love nothing more than to lie out on a sun lounger in summer and enjoy the sounds of nature all around.”

Memorable event: “The property is ideal for entertaining, with guests spilling through from the dining room into the large lounge, or mingling in the kitchen as we prepare food for the evening meal.”

Location - Tutbury Village is one of Staffordshire’s finest villages being located on the edge of the County bordering South Derbyshire and to the South of the River Dove. Coppice View, occupies a private position on the edge of the village but is within easy reach of the centre whereby there is a lovely village atmosphere and an excellent range of amenities. These include public houses and restaurants, local shops and boutique shopping parades, post office, bank & medical/dental practices. The village is famous for Tutbury Castle which was a Norman stronghold and the ruins are a popular spot to visit. The village has a most interesting mix of period homes. For Commuting the village provides swift access to the A50 and A38, with fast links to M1, M42 and M6. Railway links can be found with a village train station being on the Crewe to Derby Line giving access to the High-Speed network. There are good rail links from Lichfield Trent Valley (to London within 1:10 on the Virgin Trains) and East Midlands Parkway. There is also ease of access to both East Midlands & Birmingham airport with 30-40 minutes’ drive from the house. Schools in the proximity include Repton (8 miles) and Foremarke Hall, Abbotts Bromley & Derby High for girls and Derby Grammar for boys.

Services To The Property - Mains electric and Water and Drainage.

Local Authority - East Staffordshire Borough Council.

Viewing Arrangements - Strictly via the vendor’s agents Fine & Country – Contact Lee Armstrong on 01332 973881 or 07496 710557.

Website - For more information visit www.fineandcountry.com

Opening Hours - Monday to Friday 9.00 am - 8.30 pm
Saturday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Sunday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm

Agents Notes - All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given and that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. For a free valuation, contact the numbers listed on the brochure.

Contact Details - Derbyshire@fineandcountry.com
T: 01332 973888
M: 07496 710557


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06 March 2018

Nearest stations

  • Tutbury & Hatton (1.6 mi)
  • Burton-on-Trent (2.7 mi)
  • Willington (4.5 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Tutbury & Hatton (1.6 mi)
  • Burton-on-Trent (2.7 mi)
  • Willington (4.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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