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Guide Price £695,000
- Superb Equestrian Property
- Total Plot Approx. 5.34 Acres
- Stores & Manège
- Handsome Grade II Listed Home
- 4 Receptions
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Delightful Village Position
- Towns & Villages in Easy Reach
- Energy Rating: N/A (Grade II Listed)
Situated in the popular village of Hollington, consideration and viewing of this relatively rare opportunity is strongly recommended to appreciate the size, character and charm of the family home plus its adjoining outdoor equestrian facilities which enjoys some very pleasant views.
Set in the heart of Hollington opposite St John the Evangelist church, the surrounding towns and villages of Uttoxeter, Denstone, Cheadle and Tean are all within close proximity, as is the world headquarters of JCB and the A50 dual carriageway which links the M1 and M6 motorways. There is a good choice of schooling, both public and private, also within easy reach including Denstone college, Abbotsholme, Painsley Catholic College and Thomas Alleyne's High School.
Accommodation: The fabulous Grade II Listed home provides balanced and well-proportioned accommodation. Approached from the rear via a useful 'boot room' which has a door leading to the guest cloakroom/WC with space for tack. The kitchen has a range of bespoke base and eye level units with granite work surfaces and Belfast sink set below the front facing sash window. There is a focal black oil-fired Aga and space for further appliances. The separate utility room has fitted worksurfaces, space for appliances and a freestanding oil-fired central heating boiler and access to the loft space.
The fabulous lounge has a high vaulted ceiling with beams and natural light provided by two windows and skylights to the rear elevation. The separate dining room has a focal fireplace with a cast log burner set on a hearth and a front facing sash window with shutters and fitted store cupboards.
Doors lead to the hall where stairs rise to the first floor and to the further separate sitting room with a feature log burner set on a lovely stone effect surround. A door leads to the useful cellar and completing the ground floor accommodation is the fourth reception room, suitable to be used as a study, snug or TV room depending on a buyers requirements.
On the first floor the landing has stairs rising to the second floor and original doors leading to two double bedrooms, each with built-in storage and front facing sash windows. The spacious family bathroom has a four piece suite incorporating both a standalone roll top bath and a separate double shower cubicle with complementary tiled splashbacks.
On the second floor there are two further double bedrooms, each with windows to the side elevations, and a second bathroom which also has a four piece suite incorporating both a corner panelled bath and shower cubicle.
Gardens and grounds: Timber double gates lead to a gravelled driveway and hard standing areas providing ample off-road parking for numerous vehicles including a horsebox. The "yard" gives access to a detached timber framed stable block comprising of three stables plus a feed/store area partitioned from one of the stables.
There is a stone built stable block comprising two stables with a central feed/bedding store, the block also has an attached garage to the side and an open bay implement shed to the other.
Attached to the main property is a further stone built stable/store that could alternatively be converted to further living accommodation approached from the living room (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents - draft plan available) plus a further useful carport.
The property has gardens laid to lawn with well-stocked borders.
Behind the stable block are the fenced paddocks enjoying some extremely pleasant views over the surrounding countryside, there is also a fenced manège with a quality base measuring approximately 40m x 20m.
In total the whole plot extends to approximately 5.34 acres.
Contact John German Estate Agents in Uttoxeter without delay to arrange a viewing at this superb equestrian property.
Local Authority/Tax Band: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council / Tax Band E
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. There is no mains gas. The property has an oil-fired central heating system. Purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
Useful Websites: www.environment-agency.co.uk
Our Ref: JGA/18062019
Last Modified 10/06/2020