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Guide Price £995,000
Rose Hill is situated on the edge of the market town of Brewood and close to the village Codsall. This picturesque area of South Staffordshire offers many beautiful countryside walks including Codsall, Gunstone and Bilbrook Butterfly a 5 mile loop offering an opportunity to explore a range of wild life and fauna. Codsall Village Hall has an extensive diary of events and is home to several groups including Codsall Dramatic Society, Codsall Cricket Club and Codsall & Bilbrook History Society. St Nicholas CoE Church also offers a diary of events along with regular prayers and services. There are also a range of public houses within the village offering great food and hospitality. Brewood itself has a range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants including The Oakley Arms, Bridge Inn and The Three Stirrups.
Rose Hill is well placed for access to Junctions 12 of the M6 motorway, with the M6 providing direct access to the M6 Toll and junction 2 of the M54. Stafford's mainline Railway Station provides swift access to Manchester and Birmingham, with London Euston being approximately one hour and twenty minutes journey time. Codsall village also offers the convenience of two train stations. Birmingham International Airport and East Midlands Airport are all within easy traveling distance.
There is an excellent range of schooling within the area including St Mary's RC School, Brewood C of E Middle School and Codsall Community High School whilst in the independent sector St Dominics Grammar School is located within the heart of Brewood.
Rose Hill is an outstanding example of a refurbished and extended Victorian farmhouse set in just under 6 acres of land on the edge of the market town of Brewood. The house has been sympathetically and extensively refurbished to create a high quality home whilst retaining period features such as oak beams and Minton tiles, with period features being installed such as cast iron radiators.
An entrance door opens to a large hallway with original Minton tiles, as well as stairs down to the cellar. A door leads through to the drawing room which offers a dual aspect with delightful far reaching views through a bay window as well as exposed wooden floorboards. Continuing from the hallway, a doorway leads through to the sitting room, again with rural views, and then through to the reception hallway with bay window and staircase leading to the first floor. A doorway leads through to the kitchen breakfast room which has been completely overhauled. A range of painted cabinets are set under a solid oak block worksurface whilst there is a brick built fireplace with space for a Range style oven. Integrated appliances include fridge, freezer and dishwasher. The utility room has matching units and space for a washing machine and dryer. The rear hall / boot room is accessed off the kitchen breakfast room and has a door leading to the guest WC as well as externally to the courtyard.
On the first floor, the bedroom accommodation comprises a vast master suite with en-suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms and spacious family bathroom. The first floor accommodation benefits from features such as vaulted ceilings, cast iron radiators, exposed wooden floorboards and a Juliet balcony.
A gateway leads directly off Watling Street to a large gravelled courtyard with a large pool located immediately adjacent which really does create a wonderful entrance to the property. A detached barn is accessed directly off the courtyard and previously had planning permission granted for a two bedroom annex which could be reinstated (subject to the necessary permissions).
A large south facing patio area wraps around the property which provides extensive space to enjoy the panoramic views across the surrounding fields and beyond. Adjacent to the patio area is a gate which leads to the second driveway which is ideal for equestrian vehicles such as horseboxes. The formal gardens lead directly off the patio area with several mature trees dotted throughout, providing some shady areas.
Accessed off the courtyard is a further outbuilding which is currently used as stabling. Adjacent to the stables is a large flat area which would be ideal for a menage (subject to the necessary permissions). The remainder of the land comprises one large field, with the total plot extending to 5.77 acres in all.
Fixtures and fittings
All fixtures, fittings and furniture such as curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments and statuary are excluded from the sale. Some may be available by separate negotiation.
Mains water, electricity and gas are believed to be connected to the property. Private drainage system. Gas fired central heating. None of the services, appliances, heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested by the selling agents.
Local Authority & Council Tax
South Staffordshire Council. Council tax band E.
Public Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property is sold subject to all rights of way, wayleaves and easements whether or not they are defined in this brochure.
Leaving Stafford, take the A449 Stafford Road south towards Wolverhampton. Pass through the village of Dunston Head and proceed through the town of Penkridge. Continue through Penkridge until reaching Gailey island. Turn right off Gailey island to join the A5 Watling Street. Proceed for approximately 1.4 miles and the property can be found on the left hand side as identified by our for sale board.
By strict appointment through Fisher German LLP, telephone: 01785 220044, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Particulars and photography produced March 2021.
Last Modified 06/01/2022