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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Burton on Trent, Staffordshire

£595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • NEWLY BUILT DETACHED HOUSE
  • STUNNING INDIVIDUAL DESIGN
  • FIVE BEDROOMS
  • SITTING ROOM, STUDY AND DOWNSTAIRS CLOAK ROOM
  • DOUBLE INTEGRATED GARAGE
  • ENCLOSED GARDEN
  • HIGH QUALITY BUILD
  • OUTSKIRTS OF BURTON UPON TRENT

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

THE STORY

Waking up in their beautiful new home, the owners of the property on Ashby Road will be able to slide open the great glass doors of their balcony and step out into the morning sunshine. By evening time, the sun will have moved around and they will be able to enjoy a last glass of wine on their other master bedroom balcony before
heading off to bed in their sumptuous, light room. The splendid house on the outskirts of Burton on Trent has been designed with a luxurious lifestyle in mind, explains the current owner. "This is a modern, spacious home, which is set in an attractive plot at the top of a hill," he explains. "When I designed it I wanted to make the most of its position, taking in the views from the balconies and maximising the natural light."

GRAND ENTERTAINING SPACE

The red-brick house was designed to incorporate lots of glass, he explains. The property is entered via a double front door, which opens into the light entrance hall, with its attractive staircase rising up to a galleried landing. To the right of the front door is the double aspect dining room, which has doors on to the garden, which the new owners will find ideal for barbecues and summer dining. The dining room also opens into the drawing room, which benefits from two sets of French windows on to the outside area. "Again this is a lovely, dual-aspect room, which will be perfect for anyone who enjoys entertaining, and welcoming family and friends for special occasions."

INDOOR - OUTDOOR LIVING

The drawing room leads through into a study, which also has French windows on to the garden. This will be a quiet place to sit and work. There is a ground floor cloakroom and double doors through into the expansive kitchen breakfast room. "I wanted to give this house a very large kitchen breakfast room, which would be suitable for family living and for entertaining," he explains. "This room has plenty of ample room for comfortable seating as well as dining furniture, and features a large island to make the preparation of meals easy." With two more sets of large glass doors, not only does the light come streaming in here but the sense of indoor-outdoor living is amplified.

LIGHT AND CONTEMPORARY

The whole house is completed to a high standard, he explains. "I also wanted the rooms to be big and there to be a good flow between the spaces. It was important to me that it felt clean, light and contemporary throughout." All five bedrooms are on the top floor, together with the family shower room. "The master bedroom is especially nice, with its doors on to the private balconies, en suite bathroom, and large walk-in dressing room." Across an area of terrace, the main guest room enjoys a sense of privacy and also benefits from an en suite shower room and dressing area.

TOWN LIVING

With easy access to bustling Burton on Trent, the property is well-positioned. The town has a long history: it originally grew up around Burton Abbey and Burton Bridge was the site of two fames battles - in 1322 when Edward II defeated the rebel Earl of Lancaster and 1643 when royalists captured the town during the first English Civil War. Burton was also famous for its brewing industry trade, and at its height one quarter of all beer sold in Britain was produced here. "Today the town offers a good range of shops, supermarkets, school and other amenities. There is also easy access to Stoke, Derby, Nottingham and Leicester."

GREAT LOCATION

Burton sits on the River Trent, the third longest river in the country, passing also through Stoke-on-Trent and Nottingham before joining the River Ouse at Trent Falls to form the Humber Estuary. There are opportunities for activities on the river in the area, as well as places to walk, cycle and picnic. Burton also enjoys good access to the National Forest, which covers 200 square miles of north Leicestershire, south Derbyshire and south-east Staffordshire. It includes Conkers, a visitor centre located just outside the village of Moira, in Leicestershire. There is also a visitor centre with wildlife walks and playgrounds at Rosliston. "Those living in this area can also reach the Peak District easily, which, of course, offers fantastic opportunities for walking, hiking and other outdoor pursuits."

SETTING THE SCENE

The house on Ashby Road is set in attractive, enclosed lawned gardens, which are ready for individual landscaping. To the front, there is a block paved parking area, with generous space for a number of vehicles. There is also an integrated double garage. From the property there are some views across the surrounding area. Rooms on the first floor open on to pleasant balconies.

WITHIN EASY REACH

Burton Upon Trent is a bustling town which offers a wide range of amenities including shops, restaurants, bars and leisure facilities. It is also well known for its brewing as it is home to eight popular breweries and goes hand in hand with its local pubs in the town. There are a range of local markets indoor and outdoor held weekly in the town centre, however there are also the larger superstores dotted about for your shopping needs. The town is served by the Burton-on-Trent railway station and you can arrive in Nottingham in 44 minutes and London in 2 hours 11 minutes.

WHATS NEARBY

The town of Burton Upon Trent is easily accessible by many main cities including Derby which is 11.6 miles from the property and Nottingham which is 28.5 miles. East Midlands Airport is located 20.1 miles away. You are 5.4 miles from the A50 and 16.4 miles from the M1.

DIRECTIONS:

Leaving Derby City Centre, head towards Mickleover and Littleover and proceed through the villages on the A38. Continue on this road for 8.9 miles which in turn becomes Burton Road/A38. Take the A5121 exit towards M1 South/A50/Derby. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Hawkins Lane and after 0.4 miles turn left onto Wharf Road. Turn right onto Wetmore Road, use any lane to turn onto the A511 and after 1.3 miles the property can be found on the left hand side.

SAT NAV

For those with satellite navigation the postcode is: DE15 0PP


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Nearest stations

  • Burton-on-Trent (2.2 mi)
  • Willington (3.9 mi)
  • Tutbury & Hatton (5.8 mi)
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Chewton Rose, Nottingham

16-18 Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham, NG1 2AD

0115 798 0255 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Burton-on-Trent (2.2 mi)
  • Willington (3.9 mi)
  • Tutbury & Hatton (5.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Chewton Rose, Nottingham

16-18 Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham, NG1 2AD

0115 798 0255 Local call rate

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