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A most attractive individual period detached residence originally dating back to 1928 and believed to have been extended shortly after circa 1936. This charming residence offers a truly unique and extremely rare opportunity having only ever had three owners within its almost 100 year history and provides a wealth of original character throughout.
Accommodation comprises of an enclosed entrance porch, central reception hall with cloakroom which gives access to all principal rooms comprising of three separate formal receptions to include a magnificent drawing room having feature three quarter oak panelled walls and fireplace. There is a further bow fronted sitting room having feature Inglenook fireplace recess and a separate dining room. A further inner vestibule gives access to a breakfast kitchen and utility. A wide tread staircase having feature original leaded light window on the half landing opens to an impressive landing area and five family bedrooms to include master having large en suite shower/dressing room. A further inner vestibule gives access to a wash room and the family bathroom. There is huge scope for rearrangement of the existing bathroom and en suite to create further en suite facilities and also to create a larger family bathroom. To the outside double gates open to a driveway providing parking for several vehicles and a detached two car tandem garage. Mature well stocked gardens predominantly situated to the front and side of the property afford extreme privacy having brick wall frontage and further pedestrian access gate.
The property is located at the end of a much sought after small cul-de-sac road of individual period properties within the Newcastle conservation area holding an extremely private corner plot position attractively set being adjacent and looking across to Brampton Park and benefiting from the extreme convenience of being walking distance of the town centre.
Having part leaded glazed front entrance door, original decorative tiled flooring and feature panelling to walls.
Giving access to all principal rooms via glass panelled internal doors. Accessed via glass panelled internal entrance door having exposed timber flooring and further feature panelling to walls. Radiator and turned wide tread staircase to first floor with under-stairs store cupboard. INNER VESTIBULE giving access to breakfast room with feature glass fronted display cabinet, shelving and further cupboard beneath.
Suite comprising low level W.C. and vanity wash hand basin, tiled floor and tiling to walls, display recess, electric meter cupboard and frosted glazed window.
With open fire having slate surround/hearth and carved wood mantel within Inglenook recess having further oak archway surround and twin feature leaded patterned windows. Three radiators, large twelve panel bow window overlooking front and aluminium French doors opening to garden.
With exposed timber flooring and feature three quarter oak panelling to walls extending to plate rack with matching style wood panelled open fireplace extending to display shelving and having twin leaded glazed windows to either side. Large feature ten panel window overlooking garden, decorative ceiling rose, wall light point, radiator and separate electric heater. Door opening to secret shelving/drinks cabinet.
With eight panel window overlooking garden and twin windows to further aspect. Radiator and display shelving recess.
With tiled floor and range of fitted cupboards/shelving unit with louvre doors, radiator and six panel window facing to rear.
With continuation of tiled flooring and part tiling to walls having one and a half bowl stainless steel single drainer sink, work surface with range of white gloss base and wall units. Electric fan assisted oven/separate grill oven above, four ring ceramic hob with extractor hood above, integrated fridge, separate freezer and plumbing for dishwasher. Rear entrance door.
Accessed from the breakfast area, housing wall mounted gas fired boiler and providing space and plumbing for various white good appliances including washing machine. Windows to two aspects.
With continuation of panelling to staircase and having feature full height leaded patterned glazed window on the half landing. Loft access with pull down ladder, radiator and original oak panelled doors giving access to rooms extending to picture rail. Further CORRIDOR LANDING giving access to bedrooms three and five having built-in store/shelving cupboard, additional radiator and small window facing to rear. Additional VESTIBULE with linen cupboard and giving access to family bathroom and washroom.
Suite comprising low level W.C. and wash hand basin with small window to rear aspect.
Suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower over and splash screen and also having triple panel window above and pedestal wash hand basin with small twin frosted glazed windows either side and original chrome heated towel rail, part tiling to walls and airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder. AGENTS NOTE: This bathroom comprising the inner vestibule off the landing and wash room offers further scope to create a larger family bathroom and/or en suite facilities to bedroom four.
With built-in double wardrobe, twin fitted vanity mirrors within wall, picture rail, radiator and three panel window overlooking front.
With shower suite comprising of enclosed tiled shower cubicle with mains thermostatic raindrip shower and separate spray attachment, close coupled W.C. and vanity wash hand basin with medicine cabinet beneath and fitted vanity mirror. Part tiling to walls within shower area, range of fitted wardrobes/drawer units, radiator and window facing to front. AGENTS NOTE: This room offers the possibility to be divided and to create en suite facilities to bedroom two.
With feature triple panel bow window facing to front and further eye-level triple panel window to side aspect. Radiator and picture rail.
Having built-in twin wardrobe units with centre-piece desk/kneehole dresser having drawer units beneath and twin panel window outlook to rear. Vanity wash hand basin with drawer units to side, radiator and further twin panel window overlooking front.
With vanity wash hand basin having drawer units to side, fitted wardrobe, radiator and six panel window facing to rear.
With built-in wardrobe/cupboard, fitted vanity mirror within wall, radiator and twin panel window overlooking front.
The property is approached via double entrance gates to tarmacadam driveway/parking area for several vehicles to the side and rear of the property. In turn also leading to:
Of concrete sectional construction with remote roller door and having power connected.
Traditional brick wall to front boundary and delightful well stocked mature gardens predominantly situated to the front and side of the property offering considerable privacy. Additional pedestrian gate access and crazy paved pathways extending to various patio/seating areas including front veranda style porch. Shaped lawn and an abundance of shrub/plant beds with mature trees surrounding. Further low maintenance bark chip area to rear, timber framed shed and exterior water tap.
All mains services connected.
From gas fired boiler to radiators as listed.
Predominantly double glazed units in wood frames.
Band 'G' amount payable £3234.10 2022/23. 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