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Lichfield Road, Stone

Lichfield Road, Stone

Sold STC
  • Front Elevation
    Front Elevation
  • Lounge
  • Lounge
  • Lounge
  • Bedroom
  • Driveway/Garage
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen
  • Dining Room
    Dining Room
  • Conservatory
  • Dining Room
    Dining Room
  • Bedroom
  • Loft Room
    Loft Room
  • Front Elevation
    Front Elevation

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  • Semi Detached Dormer Bungalow
  • Two Bedrooms & ground Floor Bathroom
  • Kitchen & Guest W/c
  • Lounge, Dining Room & Conservatory
  • Garage & Drive Way
  • Convenient Location Handy For Town

The Earl of Lichfield was renowned for his photography and artistic flair, of which you could duplicate your own artistic flair and put your own stamp on this great opportunity. This semi detached dormer bungalow comes with an entrance porch, hallway, lounge and separate dining room, conservatory overlooking the rear garden, kitchen, guest w/c, ground floor bathroom and bedroom, further first floor bathroom and useful loft room. Externally there is ample off road parking and a garage along with a private rear garden. This property is very deceptive and don,t delay viewing this rare opportunity. Buyers must note the price of this property reflects the Class 2 result of a sulphate floor test, more details upon request.


Entrance Porch

With double glazed door to front, useful storage cupboard, laminate flooring and internal door to;

Entrance Hall

With laminate flooring, radiator and doors to;


15' 9'' x 12' 8(maximum)'' (4.80m x 3.86(maximum)m)

Double glazed French doors to side, double glazed window to front, laminate flooring, radiator and inset gas fire and surround.


12' 6'' x 9' 11'' (3.80m x 3.02m)

Having a range of base and eye level units with fitted work surfaces incorporating a sink unit with tiled splashbacks, spaces for a cooker, washing machine and fridge-freezer, further space for a table, tiled flooring, radiator, useful storage cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler, radiator and double glazed window to the side. Internal door to;

Rear Lobby

With a double glazed door to the side, double glazed window to the rear, tiled flooring and internal door to;

Guest WC

With WC, a wall mounted wash hand basin, tiled flooring and tiled walls.

Ground Floor Bedroom

12' 3'' x 10' 5'' (3.74m x 3.18m)

With radiator and double glazed window to the front.

Dining Room

12' 0'' x 10' 6(maximum)'' (3.65m x 3.20(maximum)m)

Having laminate flooring, radiator, stairs to the first floor and double glazed sliding patio door to rear conservatory.


11' 7'' x 8' 10'' (3.52m x 2.68m)

Having laminate flooring, radiator, double glazed window and French doors to the rear.

Ground Floor Bathroom

6' 11'' x 5' 6'' (2.10m x 1.67m)

Having a useful storage cupboard, part tiled walls, double glazed window to the rear, radiator and a suite comprising of panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and WC.

First Floor Landing

With doors to;

Bedroom Two

16' 1'' x 7' 3'' (4.91m x 2.20m)

Measurements taken from a restricted head-height of approximately 1 metre. Having a radiator, double glazed skylight to the rear and internal door to;

Loft Room

13' 1'' x 10' 4'' (4m x 3.16m)

Measurements taken from approximately 1 metre with a restricted head-height. Having a double glazed skylight to the rear, storage to eaves and a radiator.

Outside Front

Having a driveway and gated access, gravel area and flowerbeds, plants and shrubs.

Outside Side

There is a paved area, panelled fencing, further gates leading to a timber decked area and paved area leading onto garage.


17' 1'' x 8' 11'' (5.21m x 2.73m)

With an up and over door to the front and window to the rear.

Outside Rear

With a low maintenance gravel area. paved patio, panelled fencing, flowerbeds, plants and shrubs.

Buyers Note

Buyers Note FLOOR TEST: 190 LICHFEILD ROAD, STONE, STAFFS. TEST REF: 16979: DATED 9TH OCTOBER 2020. Further to our recent visit to the above address, we confirm having carried out a visual site inspection, and obtaining a sample of hardcore from the front Bedroom. External Brickwork: An external inspection shows one vertical crack below D.P.C level on the front right hand corner elevation, but no evidence of lateral movement of the brickwork below D.P.C. level due to sulphate action. As the external ground levels drop considerably towards the front / right hand side elevations, it is possible the vertical crack may have been as a result of settlement and more than likely occured in the early years when the property was built Internal Inspection: A visual inspection of the floors shows no apparent damage co-incident with Sulphate Action on the concrete. It shall be noted however, it was difficult to carry out a more thorough inspection of the floors due to the floor coverings throughout. The floor screed is sand and cement and the condition of the concrete floor slab is average. The concrete floor slab was approximately 100mm thick at the test location. There is no polythene membrane between the concrete and the infill as this was not a Building Regulation requirement at the time the property was built. The hardcore sample taken was a red ash / shale type material and was slightly moist. Attached is the result of the analysis on the hardcore sample showing a Sulphate level of 1350mg SO4/Litre. This result corresponds to a grading of Class 2 as detailed in the Communities and Local Government Publication 07BD05094. Hardcore with a sulphate level of 1350mg SO4/Litre falls within the Class 2 grading 500mg SO4/Litre to 1500mg SO4/Litre is the limit of Class 2. The Building Research Establishment say "For older houses, say more than 20 years old, where the slab was cast on sulphate bearing fill without a membrane, but where there are no visible signs of distress or any deterioration in the construction then, in my opinion, if there was a potential problem then I would have expected it to have shown up by now. Of course sulphate attack could become a problem if a radical change takes place in the potential for the hardcore to become wet." Conclusions: This property is approximately 60 years old, the hardcore fill is slightly moist and although there is no polythene membrane present between the concrete floor slab and the hardcore, with this Class 2 sulphate level, it is possible, although unlikely that damage could take place in the future to the floors and walls below D.P.C. to the property unless if, for any reason, there was an increase in the moisture content of the hardcore fill.


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Lichfield Road
Stone ST15 8PY
County: Staffordshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: STA06594
Jessica Norton
Dourish & Day - Stafford
P: 01785 715555

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