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A truly unique Grade II listed residence of local historic significance with original part build believed to date back to the 15th century and with further 17th century alteration. The property has a wealth of original character features most notably being in the form of an impressive Inglenook fireplace to the principal sitting room and exposed timber framing and roof trusses throughout. It is conveniently and centrally situated to Wolstanton being within walking distance of the various local amenities and easy access to main road networks. The accommodation provides canopy entrance porch leading to the feature sitting room giving access to a utility shower room and second reception dining room. Spacious breakfast kitchen with rear porch and cloakroom. To the first floor is a landing area, small bathroom with separate W.C. and four bedrooms including principal bedroom having feature 'A' frame exposed timbers. (Please note access currently to bedroom four is via bedroom three). To the exterior there is a small private garden area to the front and an attractive enclosed cottage garden to the rear.
With glazed panelled double entrance doors having further glazing to side and tiling to floor. Feature timber principal front entrance door opening to:
With feature Inglenook fireplace having bench seating, exposed wall timbers and gas coal effect stove fire. Timber panelling to one wall to include folding doors opening to dining room and further timber panelled door giving access to shower room. Further exposed timber beams and ceiling joists. Plate rail, two radiators, glazed panelled window facing to front and parquet effect flooring.
Housing gas fired boiler and having plumbing for washing machine. Enclosed shower cubicle with mains power shower and pedestal wash hand basin. Under-stairs store cupboard and small window facing to rear.
With continuation of parquet effect flooring, staircase to first floor, exposed timber beams and ceiling joists. Electric fire with tiled inset and timber surround, radiator and glazed panelled window facing to front.
White glazed Belfast sink with timber worktop having base cupboards/drawer units and double wall unit. Space for various white goods including gas cooker point and plumbing for dishwasher. Large shelving cupboard with double set of sliding doors, ceramic tiled floor, partial tiled splashback and radiator. Glazed panelled windows to front and rear aspect, further glazed panelled door leading to:
With tiled floor and half glazed stable door opening to rear with further small window to side. Access to:
With continuation of tiled flooring, having low level W.C. and wash hand basin, radiator and small window facing to rear.
With a further exposed timber beam and ceiling joists, part timber panelling to wall and plate rail. Principal loft access point airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder and glazed panelled window facing to rear.
With panelled bath and pedestal wash hand basin with part tiled splashback. Chrome heated towel rail, exposed timber beam and extractor.
With low level W.C. and wash hand basin having glazed panelled window facing to rear.
With feature part exposed 'A' frame timbers. Vanity wash hand basin with double cupboard and drawer unit beneath, two deep set built-in double wardrobes either side of chimney breast and glazed panelled windows facing to front and rear.
With exposed ceiling timbers, radiator and glazed panelled window facing to rear. Access to:
With exposed ceiling timbers, secondary loft access point, radiator and glazed panelled window facing to front.
With exposed ceiling timbers, radiator and glazed panelled window facing to front.
Central gravel pathway leading to front door with retaining front boundary wall having hedge screening, small lawned area and assorted shrub/plant borders.
Attractive enclosed cottage garden with feature retaining wall to side boundary, having assorted paving and gravel patio, steps to further lawned area with mature tree, assorted shrubs and plant borders. Timber framed summerhouse. Pedestrian access gate over rear of neighbouring property for bin access.
All mains services connected.
From gas fired boiler to radiators as listed.
We understand from the vendor that this is a Grade II listed property.
Band 'C' amount payable £1599.48 2020/21. Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council.
Please note that the room sizes are quoted in feet and inches and the metric equivalent in metres, measured on a wall to wall basis. The measurements are approximate.
Strictly by appointment through Follwells.
Registered Address: 35 Ironmarket, Newcastle, Staffs, ST5 1RP
Registered Company No : 06201442 | Vat Number: 537047446