4 bedroom barn conversion for saleHorsebrook Manor Barn, Horsebrook Farm Lane, Brewood, Stafford, South Staffordshire, ST19
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A stunning, compact country estate consisting of a superb Grade II listed principal residence together with a particularly well appointed self contained cottage with beautiful grounds and a total area of approximately 7.5 acres, all standing in a fine South Staffordshire setting in a rural yet accessible location on the fringes of a highly regarded village.
Location - Horsebrook Manor Barn stands amidst glorious rolling South Staffordshire countryside in a charming, rural setting on the fringes of Brewood which is an historic and sought after village.
Brewood has a bustling and thriving village centre which is set around an old market square and has a full complement of local facilities with ample shopping provision for everyday needs together with a doctors surgery, bank and restaurants. Wolverhampton city and Stafford town centres are within easy travelling distance and the M6, M6 Toll and M54 motorways facilitate fast access to Shrewsbury, Birmingham and the industrial West Midlands.
The area is particularly well served by schooling of high repute in both sectors with St Dominic's High School, Brewood First and Brewood Middle Schools being in the village itself and easy travelling to Stafford Grammar, Adams Grammar and Girls High Schools in Newport, all of the Shrewsbury Schools and all of the Wolverhampton Schools.
Description - Horsebrook Manor Barn is a substantial, Grade II listed residence of enormous style and distinction which was skilfully converted some years ago from period outbuildings and which now provides a comfortable and elegant family home. There is an extensive range of accommodation to both the ground and first floors with a wealth of fine old timbering throughout and the property has retained much of the charm and character of the original buildings which now blends seamlessly with all of the modern appointments demanded by modern lifestyles.
There is a fine array of both formal and informal reception areas with the focal point of the ground floor being a magnificent kitchen with a vaulted garden room and there is a recently converted, substantial contained three bedroom cottage further enhancing the scope of accommodation provided.
Both of the properties are appointed to the highest of standards throughout with appointments of quality including fine kitchen and bathroom fittings, double glazed windows and tasteful dcor.
The property benefits from substantial grounds with sweeping gardens and level paddocks beyond making the house ideal for those with equestrian interests and, indeed, planning permission has been passed for the construction of a substantial stable block.
Accommodation - A RECEPTION HALL with polished wooden flooring has a peninsular oak staircase rising to the galleried landing above and a GUEST CLOAKROOM. The DRAWING ROOM has a light through aspect with a wide, Inglenook fireplace with cast iron log burning stove and exposed wall timbering and the DINING ROOM is of an excellent size for entertaining with polished wooden flooring and windows to the front. The BREAKFAST KITCHEN has a comprehensive range of units with granite working surfaces and a coordinating centre island with granite surface and breakfast bar, an oil fired four oven Aga, an American style fridge freezer housing unit, flagstone flooring, some beautiful exposed wall and truss timbering and an open doorway into a magnificent vaulted GARDEN ROOM which is infused with light with flagstone flooring, timbered ceiling, and wonderful views across the gardens and grounds. There is an informal SITTING ROOM with windows to the side and rear adjoining the kitchen and a LAUNDRY with a door to the drive, boot and gun cupboards and a door to the garage block.
The principal house benefits from superb first floor accommodation with a galleried landing to the centre of the house. The PRINCIPAL SUITE has vaulted ceiling and exposed timbering, a wide range of well appointed bedroom furniture and a beautifully appointed en-suite shower room. There are THREE FURTHER BEDROOMS and a stylish BATHROOM with a free standing, Heritage roll top bath, separate corner shower and vanity unit with granite top.
The Cottage - The cottage has recently been converted and provides substantial two storey accommodation of enormous calibre. There is a HALL with polished flooring, cupboard and ceiling lighting with double doors opening into the SITTING ROOM with polished flooring, windows and French doors to three elevations and a corner, brick fireplace with solid fuel burning cast iron stove. There is a well proportioned DINING/KITCHEN with a superbly appointed kitchen area with electric double oven Aga, Siemens cooker and Siemens hob, fridge freezer housing unit and a built in Siemens dishwasher together with an adjoining LAUNDRY and separate CLOAKROOM. To the first floor there is a superb PRINCIPAL SUITE with a double bedroom with roof lights and porthole window, fitted bedroom furniture and a well appointed en-suite shower room, a SECOND DOUBLE BEDROOM with fitted bedroom furniture, a THIRD BEDROOM and a well appointed BATHROOM with a freestanding roll top Heritage bath, separate corner shower, vanity unit and wc.
Outside - The residence stands behind a walled frontage with remote controlled gates and a courtyard laid in brick setts providing ample off street parking and access to the TRIPLE BAY GARAGE BLOCK with three remote controlled electrically operated doors. There is a second drive laid in brick setts to the side of the cottage with remote controlled gates and the gardens lead around the side of the house to the rear lawns with paved patio and terracing. Beyond the lawns are the broadly level paddocks with gated access.
There is a total area of approximately 7.5 acres.
Planning Permission - Permission has been granted by South Staffordshire Council for the erection of a general purpose agricultural building Decisions made / issued date 27.01.2014
SERVICES We are informed by the Vendors that mains water and electricity are connected, the central heating is oil fired and the drainage is to a septic tank.
COUNCIL TAX BAND G - South Staffordshire DC.
POSSESSION Vacant possession will be given on completion.
VIEWING Please contact the Tettenhall office on 01902 747744.
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