Tue 12 Jul 2016
A rare opportunity to acquire a little piece of history built in circa 1779 and having fulfilled its original agricultural needs this beautiful Windmill was converted into a fabulous grade II listed residential property.
Spectacular 360° Views
The Old Mills unique and characterful accommodation is arranged perfectly to ensure maximum enjoyment can be taken from the outstanding views with a 360° viewing lounge situated on the third floor and another sitting room located on the second floor.
Independent Guest Annex
Friends and family also get the opportunity to take advantage of this wonderful home with the benefit of a detached guest annex positioned just a few yards from The Old Mill with a double bedroom and en-suite shower room.
Surrounded By Splendid Gardens
Not only does The Old Mill have fantastic gardens in the vicinity but also has its own generous garden with a double garage, timber workshop and summer house.
Situated in the Hammerwich Village Conservation Area
The property is ideally located just 3 miles from the cathedral city of Lichfield giving commuters excellent access to major roads linking in many local towns and cities as well as access via rail links to nearby business centres such as Derby and Birmingham.
Martin Ashleigh, Valuer comments "The Old Mill is a local landmark property, standing as it does on high ground it can be seen for miles around. Prospective purchasers have a really exciting opportunity to acquire a unique home with a fascinating history that enjoys arguably, the best view of any local property."
Why choose John German to sell your property?
Check out this glowing testimonial from a recent Lichfield client.
"The staff were always friendly and polite. If it was not possible to immediately answer a query they would always promptly call back. Despite being the property buyer (and so not directly employing John German) they were far more efficient and urgent in seeing to completing the purchase than my own mortgage advisor or conveyancer. I would highly recommend John German Ashby."