Situated in the heart of Mickleover, a short walk from local amenities, this is a beautifully appointed five bedroom detached period family home, which benefits from a wealth of original features complimented by gas central heating, double glazing and extensive grounds including a detached Coach House.
Enter Mickleover along Uttoxeter Road (B5020) and at the traffic island turn right onto Station Road. The property is situated approximately half way along the road, on the right hand side.
The current vendors have spent considerable time and effort in the presentation of this unique period home which must be viewed to be fully appreciated. Period features such as Minton tiled floors, tall ceilings, decorative coving and spacious accommodation can be found throughout the main residence which in brief comprises an entrance porch, spacious entrance hall with galleried staircase leading to the first floor, formal lounge, dining room, sitting room and conservatory. The ground floor is further complimented by a modern kitchen with integrated appliances and ground floor cloakroom with rear porch leading to the garden. To the first floor are four good sized bedrooms, guest room with en-suite shower room and walk in wardrobe and there is a modern family bathroom. A further staircase leads to the attic bedroom which has both a bedroom and sitting area complimented by under eves storage.
Outside the property benefits from delightful gardens to the rear which are overlooked by a large decked patio area which reveals an extensive lawn, mature trees, further patio and jacuzzi. To the front of the house electric gates open to a block paved driveway with car standing for several vehicles and a driveway leads along to the rear of the house where there is a detached Coach House.
The Coach House is a unique feature of this property and provides a large upper floor area, used by the current vendors as a bar and beneath there is a gym and further storage.
The house is within easy reach of the shopping facilities in Mickleover which offer a wide variety of bars, restaurants, supermarkets and medical facilities. Such spacious period homes rarely become available for sale in Mickleover and this property should be viewed to be fully appreciated
The house is perfectly positioned for ease of access to the A38/A50 giving onward travel to the M1 corridor making it a perfect choice for commuting throughout the country.
Both internal and external inspection of this well proportioned home can be arranged through the offices of Boxall Brown and Jones.
Entering the property through front door into:
With Minton tiled floor, half tiled walls with decorative pattern, coat hanging space and glazed door with accompanying stained glass windows to the main hallway.
The spacious entrance hall is the real focal point to this property and offers a very imposing entrance to this executive home. The hall has a polished Oak floor, galleried staircase leading to the first floor, door with stained glass insert and accompanying stained glass windows, decorative moulded arch, moulded coving, radiator and useful understairs storage cupboard.
3.86m x 5.31m (12'8" x 17'5")
(Measurement taken to the centre of the bay window)
The beautifully appointed formal lounge is situated at the front of the property and has a walk in double glazed bay sash window overlooking the front elevation, feature fireplace with inset coal effect gas fire set within a decorative surround, quality Oak floor running through from the hallway, picture rail, moulded coving and centre ceiling rose.
3.84m x 4.67m (12'7" x 15'4")
(Measurement taken to the centre of the bay window)
The formal dining room is situated at the front of the property and has a walk in double glazed sash bay window overlooking the front elevation, quality oak flooring, feature fire with coal effect gas fire set within a decorative surround, wooden picture rail, moulding coving, centre ceiling rose and ample space for a large dining table.
4.17m x 3.84m (13'8" x 12'7")
This more informal space, located at the rear of the house, has a feature fire place with coal effect gas fire, wooden picture rail, moulded coving and centre ceiling rose. Open plan access to:
2.34m x 3.05m (7'8" x 10')
This brilliant addition to the property further extends the ground floor living accommodation and has double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden, double glazed French doors to the rear garden and a radiator making this room useable all year round. This versatile space is currently used by the vendors as a dining area but has a multitude of further uses. Access to rear porch.
Access from both the conservatory and hallway, this space has a double glazed window overlooking the garden, double glazed doors leading to the garden, tiled floor and storage. Access to cloakroom
With low level WC, wash hand basin with storage cupboard beneath, heated towel rail and complimentary tiling to the walls and floor.
3.56m x 3.89m (11'8" x 12'9")
The beautifully appointed high gloss kitchen has a range of quality granite work surfaces/preparation areas, wall and base cupboards and an integrated electric double oven, four ring gas hob and shaped extractor over. The kitchen has an undermounted sink with mixer tap and drainer beneath a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and a range of useful drawers, space for an American style fridge/freezer, radiator, integrated washing machine, integrated tumble dryer, integrated dishwasher and further window.
TO THE FIRST FLOOR
A large galleried landing, on two levels with staircase leading to the upper floor.
3.78m x 3.73m (12'5" x 12'3")
A perfect guest bedroom, this room has two double glazed sash windows overlooking the front elevation, Victorian style radiator, wooden picture rail and moulded coving.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
1.93m x 1.96m (6'4" x 6'5")
With low level WC, wash hand basin, double glazed frosted sash window to the front elevation and shower enclosed within a glazed screen, complimentary tiling to both walls and floor.
WALK IN WARDROBE
With dressing area and wardrobe space.
4.70m x 3.89m (15'5" x 12'9")
With double glazed window to the front elevation, Victorian style radiator, wooden picture rail and moulded coving.
3.43m x 3.86m (11'3" x 12'8")
With double glazed window to the rear, Victorian style radiator, wooden picture rail and centre ceiling rose.
4.39m x 3.89m (14'5" x 12'9")
With double glazed window, Victorian style radiator, storage cupboard, picture rail and moulded coving.
2.36m x 2.57m (7'9" x 8'5")
Recently refitted to include low level WC, wash hand basin with storage cupboard beneath and a free standing bath with central mixer tap. The room is also complimented by an oversized shower cubicle with glazed screen and there is a tiled floor with complimentary tiled walls, extractor fan, frosted double glazed window and Victorian style heated towel rail with radiator.
A STAIRCASE LEADS FROM THE LANDING TO:
ATTIC BEDROOM ONE
This large room, situated at the top of the house, has both a sleeping and lounge area. The far side of the bedroom has a Velux style window and under eves storage. To the other side of the room, there is brilliant space for a lounge area with ample space for occasional furniture. (Please see floorplan for room shape and dimensions)
A particular feature of this property is the large plot of which the detached residence stands. To the rear of the house a large decked patio area with concealed lighting has steps leading down to an extensive lawned garden which has a range of well stocked borders and mature trees. A pathway leads to the bottom of the garden where there is space for a jacuzzi, further patio and large covered area making the garden a particular feature of this sale. (Jacuzzi is not included with the sale but could be purchased via separate negotiation)
Outside store housing wall mounted boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating.
To the front of the property electric double gates open to reveal a block paved driveway with car standing for several vehicles, the driveway extends to the side of the house which leads to a detached Coach House.
The detached coach house a particular feature of this sale. The brick built accommodation has an upper floor which is approximately 45ft in length and is used by the current vendors as a magnificent bar/games room.. On the lower floor, part of the Coach House has been converted into a gym and there is additional brick built storage
The coach house could be further converted and used as ancillary accommodation to the main residence as it would be perfect as an home office, teenage/granny annex and/or additional bedroom space for the main residence. (Any conversion would be subject to building and planning regulation approval)
Currently the coach house is set out as follows:
Entering the property through door into:
2.77m x 3.96m (9'1" x 13')
With electric radiator and open tread staircase leading to the upper floor.
13.82m x 2.74m (45'4" x 9')
This brilliant space is used by the current vendors as a bar area and has three wall mounted electric heaters, Velux style window and double glazed doors opening to a Juliet style balcony. To the far end of the room is a fully equipped bar with space for fridge beneath and stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap.
With low level WC, corner wash hand basin and frosted double glazed window.
STORE ROOM ONE (Accessed from garden)
2.62m x 2.95m (8'7" x 9'8")
With power, light and ample storage.
GYM (Accessed from garden)
6.25m x 2.62m (20'6" x 8'7")
Situated on the lower level of the Coach House this brilliant space has been converted for use as a gym with power, light and space for gym equipment.