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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Cresswell Road, Hilderstone

£775,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

A historic former vicarage in a rural setting on the edge of Hilderstone village. This is a lovely property which retains a wealth of original period features and offers spacious accommodation which is perfectly proportioned for a growing family. There are three reception rooms complemented by a large conservatory and breakfast kitchen with AGA range, combined with an elegant sufficiency of six bedrooms, two en-suite and family bathroom. The gardens are large and very private enjoying a sunny south facing position with views to the rear over open countryside. There is extensive parking combined with a large two car garage, workshop and garden store. The Old Vicarage is in an enviable position within strolling distance of village amenities, footpaths and is within easy commuting distance of Stone, Stafford and The Potteries and a little over ten minutes drive from the A50 and M6 junction 16.

Enclosed Porch - Fully enclosed porch with double outer doors.

Hallway - The hall has double doors leading through from the porch with opening through to a spacious inner hall featuring the original wooden staircase with access to the cellar below. Three radiators.

Study - 4.16 x 4.14m (13'8" x 13'7") - The study has windows to the front and side of the house overlooking the gardens and driveway. Tall ceiling with original cornice and period rose, solid oak woodblock parquet floor, and chimney breast with oak fire surround, cast iron grate with fender and open fire. Two bespoke oak cabinets to the chimney recesses with storage and open shelving. Radiator.

Cloakroom & Wc - The cloakroom leads through to the downstairs WC which has a low level suite and hand basin. Radiator.

Sitting Room - 5.19 x 4.14m (17'0" x 13'7") - A lovely sitting room which has French windows to the rear opening through to the conservatory and a bay window to the side with garden views. The room has many original features including an ornate coffered ceiling, cornice and chimney breast with slate fire surround, cast iron grate with period tile inset. Solid oak woodblock parquet floor. Two radiators.

Conservatory - 4.57 x 4.55m (15'0" x 14'11") - The conservatory extends off the lounge and enjoys superb views over the gardens and adjoining farmland. Built on a brick base with hardwood frame, aluminium roof and double glazed windows, French doors opening to the gardens. Concertina blinds. Ceramic tiled floor. Radiator.

Dining Room - 5.46 x 4.39m (17'11" x 14'5") - The dining room has two windows to the rear of the house overlooking the gardens. Retaining many period features including the ornate coffered ceiling and cornice, chimney breast with Belgian black marble fire surround, raised tile hearth and gas coal effect stove. Solid oak woodblock parquet floor. Two radiators.

Kitchen - 5.22 x 4.16m (17'2" x 13'8") - A large kitchen with space for casual dining. Featuring base storage units with pine cabinet doors and co-ordinating work surfaces with inset sink unit, vintage pine dresser, corner unit and sideboard. Chimney breast with an oak beam mantel with 4 oven gas fired AGA range. Tall ceiling with exposed beams, quarry tiled floor. Windows to the front and side of the house. Radiator. Adjoining the kitchen there is a large walk-in pantry with fitted shelving.

Utility Room - 3.31 x 2.42m (10'10" x 7'11") - The utility room features base storage cupboards and tall cloaks cupboards. Work surface with sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine. Quarry tiled floor. Window to the rear and door to the side opening to a covered walkway which leads through to the garage. Radiator.

Cellar - Access to the cellar is from the hallway through under-stairs storage room. The cellars are large and feature their original vaulted ceiling and cold shelves.







Gallery Landing - Turned wooden staircase to a spacious landing with high level window to the side of the house.

Bedroom 1 - 5.46 x 4.46m (17'11" x 14'8") - A large principal bedroom which has windows to the rear and side of the house enjoying panoramic views over the gardens and fields to distant hills and woodland. Original cornice. Two radiators.

En-Suite Shower Room - 2.50 x 2.60m (8'2" x 8'6") - Featuring a white suite with: shower enclosure with glass screen and mains shower, pedestal basin & WC. Rear facing window with open views. Radiator.

Bedroom 2 - 4.14 x 4.02m (13'7" x 13'2") - Double bedroom with bay window to the side and window to the rear of the house enjoying open views. Built-in wardrobe. Two radiators.

Bedroom 3 - 4.11 x 4.09m (13'6" x 13'5") - Double bedroom with two windows to the front and window to the side of the house. Built-in wardrobe. Radiator.

Bedroom 4 - 4.11 x 3.17m (13'6" x 10'5") - Double bedroom with window to the front of the house. Two radiators.

Bedroom 5 - 4.11 x 3.13m (13'6" x 10'3") - A smaller double bedroom with window to the front of the house. Hidden shower enclosure with glass door & mains shower, wall hung basin. Built-in storage. Radiator. This bedroom was formerly a bathroom and plumbing is in-situ to convert back to full bathroom if required.

Bedroom 6 - 4.11 x 1.97m (13'6" x 6'6") - A cosy single bedroom with window to the front of the house. Access hatch to partially boarded loft space. Radiator.

Family Bathroom - Fitted with a white suite comprising: bath, pedestal basin & WC. Part ceramic tiled walls and wood effect laminate flooring. Radiator. Roof light window. Radiator.



Outside - The Old Vicarage occupies a large private plot extending to approximately one acre, on the edge of the village enjoying lovely views over open countryside to the rear. The gardens are mainly lawn with extensive well stocked borders, mature shrubs and a variety of tree species. Productive kitchen garden with greenhouse and raised beds, several varieties of apple trees, cultivated fruit bushes including currants and berries. Outdoor wood store. Paved patio extending across the rear of the house.

The house has a long 'in-out' driveway with extensive parking. Large attached double garage with twin up and over doors and loft storage. The garage is attached to the house by a covered walkway which has a fuel store and workshop with access from the garden.

The Local Area - Hilderstone is a friendly village community located approximately 4 miles south east of Stone. The village enjoys a range of amenities including a church, active village hall and a popular pub. Conveniently located 9 miles from Stafford, 10 miles from The Potteries and 10 miles from Uttoxeter. Manchester, Birmingham and East Midlands airports are within an hours drive and there are mainline railway stations at Stafford and Stoke-on-Trent together with a station in Stone which connects to mainline stations.

General Information - Services: Mains gas, water & electricity. The energy efficient central heating boiler was installed in in 2019

Council Tax Band G

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Vacant possession on completion.

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  • Blythe Bridge (3.9 mi)
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01785 595042 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Stone (3.5 mi)
  • Blythe Bridge (3.9 mi)
  • Barlaston (4.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Tinsley-Garner Independent Estate Agents, Stone

The Market House, Mill Street, Stone, ST15 8BA

01785 595042 Local call rate

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