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5 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Sawpit Lane, Brocton

£1,000,000

  5 bedrooms

  3 bathrooms

  3 receptions


Key Features

  • Spacious & Charming Detached Barn Conversion
  • Flexible Living Accommodation
  • Excellent Central Village Position
  • Total Site approx. 10 Acres (9 of Fields)
  • Separate Barn with Office & 2 Stables
  • Detached Garage
  • Sought After Location
  • EPC Rating D

Description

A wonderful and RARE OPPORTUNITY to acquire a charming and spacious barn conversion with FIELDS, GROUNDS & OUTBUILDINGS in all extending to approximately 10 ACRES. Set in a rather unique central village location that would appeal to EQUESTRIAN enthusiasts.

Brocton is undoubtably one of the most sought-after villages in Staffordshire, nestled against beautiful Cannock Chase, an area designated as a place of outstanding natural beauty. It is also well situated for commuting and modern-day life. The property is within walking distance of the highly regarded Brocton Golf Club. The county town of Stafford has an excellent intercity railway station that offers services to London Euston taking only approximately one hour and twenty minutes. The M6 and M6 toll give direct access into the national motorway network.

Accommodation
A split level main reception hall has a tiled floor and off which leads to a family dining room that is dual aspect with an exposed wooden floor and a brick fireplace. A door leads to an inner hall that again has a tiled floor and stairs rising to part of the first floor landing.

A superb living and dining kitchen has a rustic brick fire surround with Aga and a quarry tiled hearth. Granite worksurfaces incorporate a Belfast style sink with a range of white cupboards beneath plus a useful spacious walk-in larder. Tiled floor runs throughout, there is ample space for both a dining table and sofas, and French style doors open to the courtyard.

Off the kitchen is a boot room with an outer door, and access to the laundry with a tiled floor, space and provision for domestic appliances and door to a cloakroom fitted with a two-piece suite.

A charming drawing room has a brick and stone inglenook fireplace with cast coal effect gas burner, an arch incorporating full height windows, French style doors to the garden and a wooden floor.

A second reception hall has feature ceiling, a tiled floor, a useful walk-in linen cupboard and door to a guest’s cloakroom with a WC and wash basin.

The study/sitting room has fitted bookshelves, wooden floor and window overlooking the paddock.

The main first floor landing leads to the principal bedroom having two built-in double wardrobes and an en suite shower room fitted with a three-piece suite, tiled floor and splash backs plus a chrome vertical towel radiator.

Bedrooms two and three are both double and also have fitted bedroom furniture, served by the family bathroom with a white three-piece suite and a chrome vertical radiator.
A separate first floor area is accessed by a secondary staircase, there is restricted roof height to this area of the barn. Here lie bedroom four and bedroom five/play room both with velux roof lights and a bathroom with an attractive white three-piece suite.

Outside
The main gated drive gives access to this property and fields belonging to this property along with other field owners.

Separate gated access leads to the private drive and courtyard belonging to the barns providing an extensive range of parking and having a very attractive dwarf height walled central island.

Immediately from the house is a paved sun terrace onto a lawn with established borders and gate to a very private lawned paddock.

There is a good sized garage and an excellent brick and tiled building comprising of an entrance hall with impressive office with vaulted ceiling and a range of fitted cupboards, a separate store and two adjoining stables.

The drive gives access to the fields belonging to the barns and in total extend to approximately 9 acres.

Agents Notes
There are Tree Preservation Orders appertaining to some of the trees.
The owners of five neighbouring fields have the right of access to those fields via the outer drive and track.
There is a public footpath that runs through part of the outer drive and onto the fields.
Our clients intend to insert a "Development Uplift Clause" appertaining to part of the fields. Precise area of land and wording to be agreed. It is envisaged that the clause would be enforceable for a period of 25 years and the uplift in value from agricultural land to development land would be 40%.

To view this spacious barn conversion with land please contact John German Stafford office 01785 236600.

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.staffordbc.gov.uk
Our Ref: JGA/30072020
Local Authority/Tax Band: Stafford Borough Council / Band G

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