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Brook Lane Brocton, Stafford
£725,000

Brook Lane, Brocton, Stafford

Sold STC
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  • Character Detached Residence Plus Coach House
  • In Need Of Renovation But With Great Potential
  • Large Grounds To All Sides
  • 4/5 Bedrooms & 3 Reception Rooms
  • Guest WC & Two First Floor Bathrooms
  • Perfect Village Location, No Chain


'The Mona Lisa' and 'The Last Supper' both started as a blank canvass but in the hands of a specialist they became work of arts and this home could be just that property equivalent. Although in need of renovation the attractive looking mature home has lots of character and is set in large private gardens totalling approximately 0.58 acres including a side garden which with the necessary planning requirements could be a further building plot and a sweeping drive to the large coach house offering a variety of potential uses or joining to the already spacious accommodation. With generously proportioned rooms and original, period details, the home comprises large entrance hallway, impressive lounge with aspects over three elevations, dual aspect sitting room, dining room, kitchen, garden room and guest WC to the ground floor. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, a dressing room and two family bathrooms. Accessed by a private lane that leads onto Cannock Chase, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), this is a great opportunity for a buyer with vision to make an amazing home in a great location in one of the areas most desirable villages and as it is available with no chain, we are convinced it will be extremely desirable.


Rooms

Open Porch

Having a brick arch to the porch area and chequered patterned tiled floor. Double doors lead through to the reception hallway.

Reception Hallway

20' 6'' x 8' 11'' (6.26m x 2.72m)

A spacious reception hall having double entrance doors with picture stained glass leaded framework surround, spindle balustrade to the staircase leading to the first floor accommodation and staircase leading to the cellar.

Lounge

27' 4'' x 13' 11'' (8.33m x 4.24m)

An impressively large reception room which has an abundance of natural light thanks to the four large picture windows covering the front, side and rear. Fitted with a period style fireplace with tiled inset and hearth and open fire. There are also three radiators and three wall light points.

Sitting Room

12' 7'' x 15' 0'' (3.84m x 4.57m)

Having windows to the front and side and miniature tiled fireplace and hearth. There is also a radiator to the room and a dado-rail.

Dining Room

8' 11'' x 12' 0'' (2.72m x 3.65m)

There is a window to the side, radiator and tall fitted cupboards each side of the chimney recess.

Kitchen

10' 11'' x 11' 7'' (3.34m x 3.54m)

Kitchen having base and wall units, work surfaces to three sides incorporating a stainless steel sink unit with double drainer and mixer tap. There is a window to the rear which overlooks a courtyard and there is a radiator to the room.

Porch

Glazed doorway to the side provides access to the garden and located off the porch is a coal store with a window to the side.

Garden Room

10' 5'' x 5' 7'' (3.18m x 1.71m)

Having windows to the side and rear and glazed door leading to the garden. There is also a traditional column style radiator.

Guest WC

There is a corner vanity basin with tiled splash back and a doorway leading to the separate W.C.

Cellar

22' 0'' x 12' 9'' (6.7m x 3.89m) (Overall measurements)

A staircase off the hallway leads down to the cellar which has a high level window and further store area with stone shelving ideal for cold storage.

First Floor Landing

A spacious central landing which has a spindle balustrade and window to the rear.

Master Bedroom

An impressive double bedroom which has windows to the front and side elevation, radiator and feature cast iron fireplace. A doorway leads through to the third bedroom.

Bedroom 2

13' 1'' x 15' 3'' (4.0m x 4.64m)

Another spacious reception room having windows to the front and side elevation and radiator.

Bedroom 3

14' 2'' x 12' 2'' (4.33m x 3.71m)

Another spacious double bedroom having window to the rear, radiator and cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom 4

Another double bedroom having a window to the rear, radiator, built-in corner wardrobe and loft hatch.

Dressing Room/Study

5' 8'' x 5' 10'' (1.72m x 1.79m)

A versatile room with window to the front and currently having clothes hanging rail.

Bathroom 1

8' 10'' x 12' 2'' (2.7m x 3.7m)

A large family bathroom having a coloured suite comprising of low level W.C., pedestal wash basin and panelled bath with traditional style mixer tap with shower hose. The walls are tiled to ceiling height and there is a corner linen cupboard, window to the side and a traditional radiator incorporating a chrome towel rail.

Bathroom 2

7' 5'' x 6' 8'' (2.26m x 2.03m)

Fitted with a low level W.C, vanity wash basin and panelled bath with shower, mixer tap. There is part tiling to the walls, window to the rear and a radiator.

Externally

The home is located on a large plot approached from a sweeping driveway which provides substantial off road parking to the front and is fringed by conifers and laurels to the front garden providing a high degree of privacy to the home. To either side of the home are large lawns screened by hedges to the boundary, grass tennis court and an enclosed courtyard area. Located off the courtyard is a boiler store and separate W.C.

Boiler Store/Utility

6' 9'' x 7' 5'' (2.05m x 2.27m)

Fitted with a stainless steel sink unit with double base below, space for washer and dryer, windows to the side and rear, also housing the gas central heating boiler.

Coach House/Garage/Workshop Facility

A separate building which has two double doors leading to separate garage and workshop areas, (measuring 4.82 metres x 3.67 metres and 4.9 metres x 3.4 metres). The access to the coach house is a continuation from the front driveway which continues to the side of the home. there is a 1st floor area above the coach house which could be converted into a living space subject to necessary planning approval.

Grounds

The home is set within mature private gardens to all sides of approximately 0.58 acres which includes a mature area of shrubs to the front behind a stone wall front boundary which flanks the driveway and offers a great degree of privacy. The driveway continues to the side of the home to the garaging/coach house facilities. There are large formal lawns to both sides of the home which continues to the rear and have tall boundary hedges. The garden to one side has roadside frontage and is of such a size to lend itself to further development subject to necessary planning permissions and approvals.


Location

Brook Lane Brocton
Stafford ST17 0TZ
County: Staffordshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: STA04990
Andy Clarke
Dourish & Day - Stafford
P: 01785223344

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