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5 bedroom detached for sale

High Street, Marchington

£975,000

  5 bedrooms

  3 bathrooms

  3 receptions


Key Features

  • Magnificent Three Storey Former Farmhouse
  • Comprehensively & Sympathetically Renovated
  • Extended Ground Floor Accommodation
  • 5 Double Bedrooms
  • Luxury Bathrooms
  • Wealth of Retained Features & Character
  • Situated in the Heart of Popular Village
  • EPC N/A
  • VIRTUAL 360 TOUR AVAILABLE

Description

VIRTUAL 360 TOUR AVAILABLE * EXTREMELY HANDSOME Grade II listed period former farmhouse with comprehensively, sympathetically and BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED & EXTENDED ACCOMMODATION set over three floors. Situated in the heart of the highly desirable village of Marchington.

A truly magnificent traditional family home that has been renovated from top to bottom over the past 8 years, sympathetically and superbly extended to provide well-proportioned ground floor living space (further permission for an additional reception room), beautifully combining a wealth of character and original features with high specification modern living.

Amongst the plethora of features are a handmade Neptune kitchen including an island unit, luxury Roper Rhodes and Porcelanosa fittings/fixtures in the three bathrooms, totally re-wired and re-plumbed, two staircases to the first floor, engineered oak flooring on the ground floor, bespoke hardwood double glazed windows, CAT 6 cabling throughout, Coax boosted TV aerials throughout, energy efficient LED lighting, an alarm and CCTV system.

Occupying a delightful garden plot in the heart of the village of Marchington within walking distance to the village community shop, public houses, First School, active village hall and a cricket club. The towns of Uttoxeter and Burton upon Trent are within easy commutable distance where a wider range of amenities can be found plus the A50 dual carriageway which links the M1 and M6 motorways is also easily accessed.

Accommodation
Solid timber double doors lead to the extremely impressive reception hall giving a true introduction to this fabulous property having an engineered oak floor and original wide staircase rising to the first floor, a door leading to the cellar that has a double vaulted ceiling and provides scope for conversion if required, plus doors to the ground floor accommodation and to the cloaks/boot room which has tiled floor running into the guest WC where there is a fitted two-piece suite with wooden panelling.

The delightful drawing room has dual aspect windows immersing the room with natural light having an exposed beam and downlights plus a focal fireplace with a cast log burner set on a slate hearth with feature surround.

The separate sitting room/TV room positioned behind the drawing room has a fabulous exposed parquet floor, downlights and double-glazed French doors opening to the garden. Planning permission has been granted for a garden room extension to be added to this room.

To the opposite side of the hall is the delightful formal dining room that has a heavily beamed ceiling and an engineered oak floor, front facing double glazed window and a focal inglenook fireplace which has a cast log burner set on a slate hearth, original brass hinged cupboards and a further built-in store. A beamed arch leads to the family area providing a soft seating entertaining with a heavily beamed ceiling and a window to the side providing natural light. A solid door leads to the side elevation and a focal former bread oven with lighting provides a feature display recess. An engineered oak floor flows into the fitted kitchen that has a tall vaulted ceiling with a double glazed skylight, further window to the side providing light and a bespoke Neptune kitchen having an extensive range of base and eye level units with granite work surfaces and inset sink unit, matching island unit with a timber top and breakfast bar, space for a gas range stove with extractor hood over, two built-in ovens and space for two slimline dishwashers plus an American style fridge freezer.

Glazed double doors lead to an impressive gym/garden room that has dual aspect windows plus French doors opening to the garden, and fitted base level units plus a larder cupboard with timber work surfaces and inset sink unit, wine cooler and concealed plumbing for both a washing machine and tumble dryer. A personal door also leads to the garage.

To the first floor the original part-galleried balustraded landing has a built-in cupboard and a staircase rising to the second floor plus doors leading to the master bedroom which has dual aspect windows, an exposed beam and downlights plus an arch leading to the separate dressing room which has downlights, beam and side facing window. A door leads to the luxury en suite shower room which has under floor heating and a white contemporary three-piece suite with a double shower cubicle and mixer shower over, complementary half tiled walls and a tiled floor (the dressing room could easily be converted into an additional bedroom with a door to the landing).

The second double bedroom has built-in cupboards either side of the deep chimney breast and an exposed beam plus double-glazed window to the front. A door leads to the luxury family shower room that has a white suite with half panelled walls and a double shower cubicle with mixer shower over plus a door returning to the landing and a built-in cupboard.

To the second floor the landing has an exposed heavy beam and front facing window. Timber latched doors lead to three further double bedrooms each with double glazed windows and downlights and bedroom three having bespoke fitted wardrobes to one side.

Completing the accommodation is the hugely impressive family bathroom that has a white four-piece suite incorporating a roll top cast ball and claw bath set on a plinth with inset lighting and a double shower cubicle with a rain head, and a built-in cupboard.

Outside
To the rear a natural stone paved patio with dwarf walls and seat leads to a good-sized established garden laid to lawn enclosed to three sides with some mature trees and shrubs and a raised vegetable bed. To the side elevation the patio and a blue slate shale bed leads to the front elevation where there is a further garden laid to lawn with walls and iron railings plus a yew tree bush and two mature horse chestnut trees (subject to TPOs).

An extremely well-maintained tarmac courtyard shared with three other properties leads to ample parking space and the attached garage which has electric doors and a useful mezzanine storage area above.

To view this outstanding property in a wonderful village setting please contact John German Uttoxeter office 01889 567444.

Tenure: Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas are believed to be connected to the property but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
Useful Websites: www.environment-agency.co.uk www.eaststaffsbc.gov.uk
Our Ref: JGA/24072020
Local Authority/Tax Band: East Staffordshire Borough Council / Band G

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