- Grade II Listed Barn Conversion
- Exceptionally Spacious
- Dining Hall
- Excellent Dining Kitchen & Utility
- Particularly Well Proportioned Lounge
- 4 DOUBLE Bedrooms (Principal En Suite)
- Lovely Gardens, Garage
- EPC Rating N/A
An EXCEPTIONALLY SPACIOUS Grade II listed barn conversion in an end of mews position and situated in a delightful and sought after location with EXCELLENT DINING KITCHEN and LOVELY GARDENS.
This outstanding end of mews barn conversion is exceptionally spacious and occupies a truly delightful plot with lovely private gardens to the rear and side of the property.
There is a very impressive dining hall which provides a welcome introduction to this splendid property, with a cloaks cupboard off and a cloakroom which in turn gives access to the w.c. Stairs rise to the first floor landing. The dining kitchen has a comprehensive range of high and low level painted units, sink and drainer and access to the separate utility room. There is a stunning and exceptionally spacious lounge which has a feature corner fireplace, French style double doors opening to both the rear and side gardens.
On the first floor there are four double bedrooms all of which have built in wardrobes and the principal bedroom has an en suite with shower, wash basin and w.c. Family bathroom comprising bath, separate shower, w.c and wash basin.
The property is approached via the courtyard that leads to a partly walled rear garden and also a partly walled side garden. There is parking space and also access to the garage.
The property is Grade II listed and situated within this highly respected and sought after conservation area.
Tixall is situated in a truly enviable position surrounded by some beautiful countryside and within easy access of National Trust Shugborough Estate and also Cannock Chase, an area designated as a place of outstanding natural beauty, a haven for wildlife and a wonderful place to walk, jog, trek and cycle. The nearby village of Great Haywood has a popular farm shop and also small village supermarket, health surgery and primary school. The county town of Stafford has a wider range of amenities including an intercity railways station that provides regular Virgin services operating to London Euston taking only approximately one hour and twenty minutes. Junctions 13 and 14 of the M6 provide direct access into the national motorway network and M6 Toll.
From Stafford town centre take the Weston Road (A518 east), just after the Co-Op supermarket turn right into St. Thomas Street and at the crossroads turn left onto Tixall Road. Continue out of the town passing the crematorium on the left hand side. As you proceed through the main part of Tixall, the converted barns are situated on the left hand side a short distance after.
1 - The property is Grade II listed and situated in a conservation area.
2 - There is no mains drainage to the property, drainage is to a septic tank.
3 - There is no mains gas, there is LPG heating.
4 - The property was part of the Shrewsbury Estates prior to being sold off some time ago and various rights and matters are referred to within the Title Deeds, whilst these may not be relevant to this property, your solicitor should advise you further in this respect.
5 - There is planning permission to develop the open bay barn to the right hand side of number 12, looking from the road and the gable end of the barn will form part of number 12's garden wall.
6 - There are listed walls within the garden and adjacent to the road which will have to be maintained by the owners of number 12 and the adjoining property.
"To Lizzie and Lynne, thank you so much for all your help and support. We appreciated all the hard work you put in for us. We love our new home and are settling in well."