7 bedroom detached house for saleDeans Hall Farm, Hyde Mill Lane, Brewood, Stafford, South Staffordshire, ST19
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A fine, Grade II listed residence standing within beautiful gardens and grounds, with a total area of almost three acres, in a lovely, semi rural setting on the fringes of a sought after South Staffordshire village set in almost 3 acres.
Wolverhampton - 8 miles, Stafford - 12 miles, Telford - 16 miles, Birmingham - 23 miles, M54 (Jct 2) - 4 miles, M6 (Jct 12) - 4.5 miles (distances approximate)
Location - Deans Hall Farm stands in an idyllic backwater setting approximately half a mile from the centre of a thriving South Staffordshire village. The house stands amidst unspoilt South Staffordshire countryside with glorious views over adjoining fields and occupies a pleasant position set back off a small, unadopted road.
Brewood is a popular village with a bustling centre and a comprehensive range of local, everyday shopping facilities together with public houses, restaurants, doctors and dentists surgeries and churches. There is easy travelling to the centres of Wolverhampton and Stafford whilst the motorway network facilitates fast access to Birmingham and the entire industrial West Midlands.
The area is well served by schooling in both sectors with Birchfield Preparatory School in Albrighton, St Dominic's High School in Brewood, Adams Grammar in Newport, Stafford Grammar School and Wolverhampton Grammar School all being particularly worthy of note.
Description - Deans Hall Farm is a spacious and well situated freehold detached period country residence which is thought to date in part from the middle of the 16th Century and which is Listed Grade II. The property was originally The Deans Manor from when the Bishop of Lichfield owned the surrounding land. It offers splendid spacious accommodation of character together with formal gardens, several pools and field amounting to a total of almost three acres.
The property has a formal front elevation typical of its period, constructed of brick with dentil course at the eaves, tiled roof, brick string courses at chamber joist level and arched brick lintels with drips above. Immediately in front of the house is a fine monkey puzzle tree. The house stands within beautiful grounds creating a lovely setting.
Accommodation - A heavy front door with inset lights opens into the HALL with a door to the DRAWING ROOM which is a fine room with painted panelled walls with decorative frieze to the top, beamed ceiling, a light corner elevation with a sash window to the front and double glazed French doors to the garden together with a corner brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth. There is a SITTING ROOM with painted panelled walls with dado, a white-painted open fireplace with marble hearth and a light corner elevation with sash windows with shutters to both the side and front and a fine DINING ROOM with beamed ceiling and a sash window overlooking the rear garden. An INNER HALL with quarry tiled floor leads down to the range of CELLARS with three separate rooms and a GUEST CLOAKROOM with a white suite. The KITCHEN has a range of white, panelled units with co-ordinating centre island, a heavily beamed and raftered ceiling and a double oven Aga together with an electric hob with stainless steel filtration unit above and built-in stainless steel oven together with a door to a further range of cellars. There is a GARDEN ROOM with a vaulted and raftered ceiling with inset rooflights, stable-style door and window to the rear courtyard and laminated flooring and a REAR HALL has a stable-style rear door and a door into the LAUNDRY with a range of base-mounted units with an undermounted ceramic sink, plumbing for a washing machine and a boiler cupboard.
A staircase rises to the split-level first floor. The PRINCIPAL BEDROOM has exposed wall and ceiling timbering, a light corner elevation and a Victorian fireplace with white surround and over-mantle, the SECOND BEDROOM has painted panelled walls, a feature wall of exposed brick and timbering, a beamed ceiling and a cast-iron corner fireplace together with a light corner aspect. There is a THIRD DOUBLE BEDROOM with beamed ceiling, dado rail and lovely view over the garden and Upper Lake together with a well appointed BATHROOM with a freestanding roll-top bath, fully tiled double shower, Victorian-style double basin and wc, Amtico flooring, two rooflights, integrated ceiling lighting and ceiling beam.
A door from the half-landing opens into an INNER HALL with the back staircase, a DOUBLE BEDROOM with beamed ceiling and storage cupboard and a well appointed BATHROOM with a white suite of a corner bath, wc, bidet and vanity unit with cupboards and wash basin, Amtico flooring, part-tiled walls and windows to two elevations.
A further staircase rises to the upper storey with a BEDROOM with beamed ceiling together with a SUITE of two inter-connecting rooms which could be used as a bedroom and sitting room with some fine timbering to both rooms, one of the rooms having a freestanding roll-top slipper bath and vanity stand with wash basin together with a door to a CLOAKROOM with wc.
Outside - There are TWO WORKSHOPS / STORAGE BARNS which are both 52 in length providing useful outbuildings.
The property enjoys DELIGHTFUL GROUNDS. Between the house and the lane is an extensive pool with grass verges and surrounding water plants and shrubs. There is shared access through the drive serving the barn conversions which leads to the front of the house and a further access at the rear leading to an extensive gravel forecourt with ample parking space. Beyond a walled area steps lead up to the formal garden with extensive lawn having herbaceous and shrub beds and borders, an old brick boundary wall with climbing roses and a further lawn beyond on a higher level with a restored medieval dovecote with deep arched recess, dentil course below the eaves and tiled roof. This lawn leads to an extensive pool thought to have been a medieval carp rearing pool. There are surrounding shrubs and water plants. The land extends beyond the pool at the rear and to the canal running along the side western boundary.
Planning - Planning Permission was granted on appeal for the siting of a wind turbine for domestic use. Buyers should note that we are informed by the seller that the base and infrastructure for the turbine have been part installed in the upper pool.
Appeal Ref: APP/C3430/A/09/2111073
Decision Date 3rd February 2010
SERVICES We are informed by the Vendors that mains water, mains electricity and mains drainage are connected.
COUNCIL TAX BAND G - South Staffordshire DC.
POSSESSION Vacant possession will be given on completion.
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