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Church Lane Lapley, Stafford
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Lapley Manor, Church Lane, Lapley

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  • Lounge
    Lounge
  • Breakfast Kitchen
    Breakfast Kitchen
  • Dining Hallway
    Dining Hallway
  • Annex Lounge
    Annex Lounge
  • Annex Shower Room
    Annex Shower Room
  • Annex Bedroom
    Annex Bedroom
  • Coach House/Studio
    Coach House/Studio
  • Entrance Door
    Entrance Door
  • Side Elevation
    Side Elevation
  • Gardens
    Gardens
  • Front Entrance
    Front Entrance
  • Gardens
    Gardens
  • Family Bathroom
    Family Bathroom
  • First Floor Landing
    First Floor Landing
  • Studio
    Studio
  • Dining Hall
    Dining Hall
  • Entrance Door
    Entrance Door
  • Dining Hall
    Dining Hall
  • Lounge
    Lounge
  • Breakfast Kitchen
    Breakfast Kitchen
  • Bedroom One
    Bedroom One
  • Bedroom One En-Suite
    Bedroom One En-Suite
  • Bedroom Two
    Bedroom Two
  • Bedroom Three
    Bedroom Three
  • Inner Hallway
    Inner Hallway
  • Gardens
    Gardens
  • Location Sign
    Location Sign
  • Gardens
    Gardens
  • Gardens
    Gardens
  • Gardens
    Gardens
  • Side Elevation
    Side Elevation
  • Annex Lounge
    Annex Lounge
  • Annex Lounge
    Annex Lounge
  • Annex Lounge
    Annex Lounge
  • Coach House
    Coach House
  • Coach House
    Coach House

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  • Stunning 16the Century Grade II Listed Manor House
  • Large Mature Private Gardens & Parking
  • Superb Modernised One Bedroom Annex
  • Spacious Detached Coach House With Studio
  • Beautiful & Picturesque Village Location
  • Many Stunning Original Features

This beautiful 16th Century historic Manor House is set on the edge of the picturesque village of Lapley on the Staffordshire/ Shropshire borders. The Manor is in a rural setting on the edge of the village of Lapley, with an outlook across rolling countryside and yet within easy reach of major transport links. This listed Grade 2 Manor, dating back to the Elizabethan period, is on the site of an early Priory of the Abbey at Rheims France, established by a Franciscan Order of Black Monks, in the 12th Century, and provides spacious, versatile living accommodation both within the original Manor and the adjoining Victorian annex. The Manor House has been carefully and thoughtfully restored over recent years and has an abundance of charm and character throughout and internally comprises of a glazed porch with an original studded oak door opening in to the attractive dining/hallway with York stone fireplace and wood burning stove. The kitchen is spacious and modern and has an Oil fired Aga and an original Bread Oven that is still operational. There is a good sized dry cellar that has been professionally tanked and offers an ideal temperature for storing wines. The drawing room has a stunning inglenook fireplace and original carved oak beams that leads to the study and Annex, which houses a contemporary sitting room and re-fitted modern Galley kitchen offering an interesting and contrasting feeling to the house. The Manor first floor accommodation has three double bedrooms and family bathroom, with the master bedroom benefitting from an ensuite bathroom. The annex further provides a large bedroom with contemporary bathroom. The annex can be self sufficient in terms of services to the main house. In addition the Coach House has a range of flexibility It is currently used as a large studio, and subject to planning consent the Coach House can be transformed in to an additional property or use for additional family members requiring their own space.


Rooms

Entrance Porch

Georgian style double doors to entrance porch having quarry tiled floor, cupboard with plumbing for washing machine and the original door to dining hall.

Dining Hall

Dining hall having beautiful quarry tiled floor, exposed original beams, superb York stone fire surround with matching inset and hearth housing cast iron wood burner, half wood panelled walls, radiator, door leading to the dining/kitchen, stairs off to the first floor landing and door to living room.

Guest WC

Guest wc comprising of pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, splash back tiling and radiator.

Lounge

18' 6'' x 18' 5'' (5.65m x 5.61m) (Width- into inglenook)

A spacious and characterful lounge having exposed beams, radiator, breakfast hatch to dining/kitchen, beautiful inglenook fireplace with slate tiled hearth housing large cast iron multi-fuel wood burner, large oak beam and door to the inner lobby.

Inner Lobby

Gothic style arched stain leaded glass to the rear elevation, built in storage cupboard with shelving, door to annex and door to the study.

Study

10' 4'' x 6' 9'' (3.14m x 2.06m)

Having fitted shelving, radiator and window to the front elevation.

Dining Room/Kitchen

13' 10'' x 15' 11'' (4.21m x 4.86m) (MAX-Length)

A spacious and light modern and contemporary style refitted kitchen having wall mounted units, wood worktop, double ceramic style bowl sink with contemporary style chrome mixer tap, contemporary style base units, part granite worktop housing a double oven Arga into chimney breast with oak beam, integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher, original bread oven, access to part loft space, built in cupboard, ceramic tiled floor which is part under floor heated, windows to three elevations, tv point and recently fitted wall mounted central heating boiler, controlled with HIVE.

First Floor Landing

Part gallery landing with exposed beams, built in storage cupboard, access to loft space, doors off the bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom 1

12' 7'' x 17' 2'' (3.84m x 5.23m)

A spacious double bedroom with half vaulted ceiling and exposed original beams, having two windows to two elevations, radiator and door to en-suite.

En-suite

En-suite comprising corner shower, circular wash hand basin with contemporary style chrome mixer tap and vanity unit under, low level wc, chrome towel radiator, splash back tiling, tiled floor and spotlights.

Bedroom 2

9' 3'' x 12' 8'' (2.83m x 3.87m)

A third double bedroom having built-in double wardrobe and dresser with overhead storage, radiator and window to the rear elevation.

Family Bathroom

A refitted suite comprising of wash hand basin set into top with vanity under, dual flash low level wc, P shaped bath with curved glass shower enclosure housing MAINS shower, wood flooring, ceramic tiled walls, chrome towel radiator, two windows to two elevations.

Annex - Entrance Lobby

Door leading to entrance lobby having tiled floor, glazed door to kitchen.

Annex - Kitchen

4' 4'' x 16' 11'' (1.31m x 5.16m)

Having wood worktop and double ceramic sink drainer with chrome mixer tap, modern base units, space and plumbing for appliances, splash back tiling, ceramic tiled floor, door to the side elevation, towel radiator, recently fitted HIVE controlled combi boiler, dual aspect windows to the front elevations enjoying rural views and door to siting/dining room and outside.

Annex - Sitting/Dining Room

20' 7'' x 16' 3'' (6.27m x 4.96m)

A substantial and light beautifully presented recently modernised room having brick built fire surround with slate hearth housing cast iron wood burner and oak beam, coving, two radiators, stairs off to the first floor landing, two secondary windows to two elevations and door leading to the inner hall leading to main house.

Annex - First Floor Landing

Having built-in cupboard with hanging rail.

Annex - Bedroom

7' 5'' x 13' 3'' (2.26m x 4.03m) (MAX)

A spacious and light double bedroom having radiator and window to the side elevation.

Annex - Shower Room

A spacious modern and contemporary refitted shower room having walk-in shower with curved glass shower screen housing a MAINS shower, exposed original beams, circular wash hand basin with contemporary style mixer tap and drawer under, dual flush low level wc, towel radiator, down lights, splash back tiling, built-in cupboard and window to the front elevation.

Coach House/Studio

Spacious detached coach house with excellent potential to convert in to separate accommodation subject to the necessary planning consent. Currently comprising single garage and two large store rooms. To the first floor there is a large studio, kitchen and study area.

Coach House Entrance Hall

Having stairs off to the firs floor.

Garage

14' 9'' x 13' 0'' (4.49m x 3.96m)

Having power and lighting.

Store Room One

15' 0'' x 12' 3'' (4.57m x 3.73m)

Store Room 2

15' 0'' x 8' 0'' (4.57m x 2.44m)

Coach House Kitchen

10' 0'' x 8' 9'' (3.05m x 2.66m)

Comprising work top, sink and base units with door leading to a low level W.C and wash hand basin.

Office

15' 3'' x 10' 6'' (4.64m x 3.20m)

Having door to the studio

Studio

15' 3'' x 21' 0'' (4.64m x 6.40m)

Large studio having windows to three elevations, power and lighting. Previously used as a photographic studio.

Outside

The property is approached via a five bar gate and long sweeping driveway leading to a large parking area. The large private gardens are beautifully maintained, garden pond, summer house, well stocked beds and seating area's. A large portion of the garden was landscaped by David Austin Roses. Please note there is a bridal path that runs through the grounds.


Location

Church Lane Lapley
Stafford ST19 9JS
County: Staffordshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: STA02806
Clare McKiernan
Dourish & Day - Penkridge
P: 01785 715555

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