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3 bedroom detached for sale

Cannock Road, Brocton


  3 bedrooms

  1 bathrooms

  3 receptions

Key Features

  • Charming detached cottage
  • Dining kitchen with second kitchen/utility
  • Elegant drawing room
  • Sitting room with log burner
  • Professionally fitted study
  • Delightful plot with lovely garden
  • Large summerhouse ideal for office or gym
  • EPC rating D, council tax band E
  • 360 Virtual Tour Available


360 VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE – Charming detached cottage that is beautifully presented throughout and occupies a DELIGHTFUL PLOT including an established rear garden and spacious drive.

The property enjoys an enviable position in close proximity of Cannock Chase, an area designated as a place of outstanding natural beauty, being a wonderful place to walk, cycle, trek or jog. The location is convenient for modern day life being within easy access of the county town of Stafford that has an intercity railway station where regular services operate to London Euston, some of which take only approximately one hour and twenty minutes. Junction 13 of the M6 provides direct access into the national motorway network and M6 Toll. The property lies in the catchment area for the highly regarded Walton High School and is also within easy reach of the high quality Seven Stars restaurant and Chetwynd Arms public house.

Accommodation – Step inside the reception hall with a fitted cloaks cupboard extending full width to one wall.

The excellent dining kitchen has a bespoke range of wooden units that incorporate a Belfast style double recessed sink together with a superb matching dresser unit. A recess houses a gas fired Rayburn that provides a cooking facility and also a boiler for the central heating and hot water system. Quarry tiled flooring runs underfoot, and double French style doors lead to the terrace and garden.

A second kitchen/utility has an attractive range of base units with contrasting worksurfaces and a one and a half bowl sink and drainer. Integrated appliances comprise an induction hob with glass splash plate, a stainless steel and glass extractor canopy above and a split level oven in addition to space and provision for further domestic appliances. A guest’s cloakroom/WC leads off.

An elegant drawing room has attractive slightly sloping ceilings which adds to the light and airy feel also courtesy of numerous windows in addition to two full height windows and French style doors opening to the terrace.

A separate sitting room has a brick fireplace housing a log burner set upon a quarry tiled floor. There is also a useful under stairs cupboard and an additional front door.

The superbly appointed study has an excellent range of professionally fitted furniture incorporating a desk, cupboards and book shelving.

The first floor landing has an airing cupboard and doors off to three delightful bedrooms all of which enjoys pleasant and extensive views of farmland beyond the road to the front of the property. The principal bedroom is an impressive room with two spacious built in wardrobes, a feature full height window overlooking the garden and a part vaulted ceiling that incorporates a velux rooflight.

The superbly appointed family bathroom has a bath in tiled surround with a chrome mixer tap and shower, a separate double width shower with both conventional and waterfall heads, a circular wash basin set onto a tiled base, WC, downlighting and a chrome vertical radiator.

Outside – The house stands well back from the road with a well screened holly hedge providing excellent privacy. The particularly spacious block paved drive is capable of parking a number of cars in addition to a caravan or motorhome. An ornamental chipped terrace garden and a side gated entry leads to a delightful English country garden that has a lovely sun terrace area with dwarf wall and lawn beyond with mature and abundantly stocked borders. A further slightly raised terrace lies to the side and a large summerhouse would provide an excellent home office, hobbies room or gym. There are three further sheds, a log store and greenhouse.

Directions: What 3 words
From Brocton crossroads towards Stafford proceed just over 0.3 mile and past garage and last house on left behind Holly hedge and some white stones

To view this charming property, please contact John German Stafford office.

Tenure: Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Property construction: Brick. Parking: Drive
Electricity supply: Mains. Water supply: Mains. Sewerage: Mains. Heating: Gas.
(Purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability).
Broadband type: See Ofcom link for speed:
Mobile signal/coverage: See Ofcom link
Local Authority/Tax Band: Stafford Borough Council / Tax Band E
Useful Websites:
Our Ref: JGA/23042024

The property information provided by John German Estate Agents Ltd is based on enquiries made of the vendor and from information available in the public domain. If there is any point on which you require further clarification, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the information for you, particularly if contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. Please note if your enquiry is of a legal or structural nature, we advise you to seek advice from a qualified professional in their relevant field.

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