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Uttoxeter Road, Kingstone

599,995 Freehold

01889 567444 Ref: 100953072606

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Property Features

  • Grade II Listed Tudor Residence
  • Extending to Approx. 3.3 Acres
  • Delightful Village Location
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Five Bedrooms, Potential for Attic Rooms
  • Abundance of Original Features & Character
  • Gardens, Grounds and Off Road Parking
  • Energy Rating: N/A

Property Description

A TRULY STUNNING individual Grade II Listed Tudor former farmhouse retaining an ABUNDANCE OF ORIGINAL FEATURES and considerable charm which has been partially improved to a superior standard, occupying DELIGHTFUL GROUNDS extending to approximately 3.3 acres.
An extremely rare opportunity to purchase this piece of history. Believed to date back to the Tudor Period circa the 16th Century, the current owners have sympathetically renovated part of the property to an exacting standard. There is ample scope left to complete the work to provide a superb village residence. Original features include heavily beamed ceilings, beamed walls, inglenook fire places and timber doors.

The individual property benefits from gardens, grounds and an adjoining paddock which in total extends to approximately 3.3 acres, overlooking the adjacent countryside to the rear elevation.

The property is situated in the heart of the delightful village of Kingstone within walking distance to the Shrewsbury Arms public house and the primary school. The town of Uttoxeter is only approximately four miles away where there is a wide range of amenities including supermarkets (Waitrose, Tesco & Asda) independent shops, tea rooms and coffee houses, public houses and restaurants, doctors and pharmacies plus opticians. The A50 dual carriage way links the M1 & M6 road networks plus the train station in the town links Crewe and Nottingham.

A storm porch with original timber entrance door leads to the entrance hall having solid timber replacement doors to the ground floor accommodation and a timber door to the stairs rising to the first floor.

The farmhouse style kitchen has a feature Aga and a range of base level units, duel aspect windows and a beamed ceiling. The separate re-fitted utility room has a fitted work surface with inset ceramic sink unit plus cupboards under, plumbing for a washing machine and a close coupled w/c.

The stunning living room has been impressively renovated with a focal inglenook fire place with herringbone brick features, heavily beamed ceiling, slabbed floor and windows to both side elevations plus an original door to a porch and doors to the inner hall plus family bathroom. This family bathroom has a period style suite comprising high flush w/c, bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, corner shower cubicle and free-standing ball and claw bath.

The inner hall has feature stairs rising to the first floor, feature stone wall and access to the well-proportioned reception room that is in need of refurbishment, the useful rear facing garden room having French doors to the rear garden and doors to the fabulous sitting room. The sitting room has also been superbly renovated with a feature inglenook fire place also with herringbone brickwork, beamed ceiling, wooden floor and dual aspect windows. To the first floor the bedrooms are approached via two separate staircases. To the front there are two good sized bedrooms one of which requires renovation. A further staircase to the rear has several original features including beamed walls, beamed ceiling and original door leading to the stairs for the attic space. Doors lead to the three further bedrooms. The master bedroom is a real feature with a focal chimney breast and heavily beamed ceiling.

To the second floor the attic space provides potential for two further bedrooms.

The property enjoys gardens to the rear and side elevations with a variety of mature trees plus access to a paddock to the rear. A gate leads to a further adjoining paddock enclosed by fencing and mature hedges. There is a driveway to the side of the property providing off road parking and access to the land.

The total plot extends to approximately 3.3 acres

To view this stunning Tudor former farmhouse, contact John German Estate Agents in Uttoxeter.

Tenure; Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services; Mains water, drainage and electricity 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/planning
Our Ref: JGA/030918


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Bedrooms:  5
Bathrooms  2
Receptions:  3
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