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4 bedroom mews for sale

The Old Rectory, Admaston, Rugeley

£550,000 (Guide Price)

  4 bedrooms

  3 bathrooms

  2 receptions


Key Features

  • Outstanding Georgian Style Property
  • Remodelled Stylish Accommodation
  • Spacious Living Kitchen
  • 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
  • Southerly Rear Aspect
  • Far Reaching Rural Views
  • Double Garage & Parking
  • Energy Rating: D

Description

Outstanding and spacious Georgian style family home in a sought-after rural location with wonderful views. Recently completely remodelled to exacting standards and offering versatile four-bedroom accommodation and superb living kitchen, with a double garage and fabulous gardens.

Bishton House occupies a well-respected and sought-after location in the grounds of The Old Rectory near to the renowned Blithfield reservoir, rolling countryside and the historical village of Abbots Bromley.

The tastefully appointed and impressive accommodation begins with the wonderfully spacious reception hall with Minton style tiled floor and stairs leading to the first floor. Along the hall is a useful cloaks cupboard and a guest WC and leads into the impressive living dining kitchen which forms the heart of the home. Italian Kronos Gent tiling is laid throughout and there is a superb range of base units with extensive granite worksurfaces with inset sink set beneath the rear aspect window taking full advantage of the views. In addition, there is a tall larder cupboard, further tall cupboard and an integrated extractor hood and wine cooler. (The Rangemaster twin oven range and induction hob together with the Samsung fridge freezer may be available by separate negotiation). The dining area has arched double doors opening out onto the patio, perfect for entertaining.

Open plan access from the kitchen leads to a sitting room/snug with matching tiled floor.

Off the hall is a utility room with tiled floor, a range of base and wall cupboards with work surfaces and stainless-steel sink, and a wall mounted Eurostar oil-fired central heating boiler. Completing the ground floor is the family lounge with a feature open arched original brick fireplace with cast iron log burner.

Stairs ascent to the first-floor landing where there is a cupboard housing the hot water system and stairs leading to the second floor.

The master bedroom has two rear aspect windows taking advantage of the views, a high ceiling and open access to the luxurious en-suite bathroom which has Italian tiled floor with feature roll top bath with tiled splashback, WC, wash hand basin in vanity unit and a large walk in shower.

Bedroom two has two front aspect windows and a built-in wardrobe along with an en-suite shower room, bedroom three has a side aspect window and double built-in wardrobe, whilst the family bathroom has a tiled floor and is fitted with a modern white suite with P shaped bath in tiled surround with shower over, wash basin and WC.

On the second floor is a landing leading to the fourth bedroom which is L shaped and has a sitting/study area.

Outside there is a double garage with double width driveway parking in front and there are visitor parking spaces within the grounds of The Old Rectory, together with enclosed bin storage area and oil-tank storage.

The gardens to the rear are mainly laid to lawn and enjoy a wonderful southerly facing aspect and far reaching rural views. Adjacent to Bishton House is a patio and terrace leading to the lawn.

Location. (All distances approximate). Lichfield 12 miles. Abbots Bromley 3 miles, Rugeley 4 miles, Uttoxeter 8 miles, Stafford 14 miles. Easy access to A50, A51, A38, M1, M6 and M42.

Directions. From Abbots Bromley Main Street heading towards Uttoxeter, take the first left signposted Blithfield. Drive over the reservoir, uphill and as the road proceeds downhill, look for a turning on the right into Lea Lane. Travel approx. 1.5 mile along Lea Lane and turn right at the Blithfield Church/Old Rectory entrance, drive past the church and keep right into the grounds.

Tenure: Long Leasehold. Original Term 999 years which commenced 2004. Ground rent £225 per annum. There is a service charge of approx. £1249 per annum to include maintenance of communal grounds, driveways and private drainage system.

Services: Mains water and electricity are believed to be connected to the property, but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability. The property has oil-fired central heating.

Local Authority: East Staffordshire Borough Council Our Ref: JGA/06022019

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