STANDING IN GROUNDS OF APPROX. 2.3 ACRES is this beautifully presented and individual detached house. A DELIGHTFUL LOCATION within the heart of the village yet enjoying TRULY LOVELY VIEWS of its paddock and the adjoining field.
There is a covered porch leading to an L-shaped reception hall which has a most attractive tiled floor, cloaks cupboard, stairs rising to the first floor landing and a guest's cloakroom having a contemporary white suite comprising low flush w.c, wash basin with integrated cupboard beneath, chrome accessories, tiling to wash basin, tiled floor and chrome vertical radiator.
Charming lounge having an inglenook style brick fireplace with raised quarry hearth and a cast log burner. The room is extremely pleasant being light and airy courtesy of the south facing aspect having two windows and and attractive bay which incorporates double french style doors. Internal glass double doors opening to the separate formal dining room which is dual aspect and has an internal door to the reception hall.
Superb modern breakfast dining kitchen having a beautiful range of gloss units with contrasting Macassar ebony drawers and side panels to the island unit which also has a quartz worktop and dining bar. Integrated appliances comprise Neff induction hob and pop-up extractor unit, two Neff ovens (one with warming drawer), dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer. There are granite work surfaces to the main kitchen units and an inset one and a half bowl Franke stainless steel sink with a boiling hot water dispenser. Downlighting, ceramic tiled floor, window to the garden and a bay provides space for a breakfast table. Study/utility being dual aspect and having a range of work surfaces and kitchen units. This room also houses the gas boiler.
First floor landing having an airing cupboard and separate storage cupboard. The principal bedroom has feature covering to one wall, built in double wardrobes and an en suite having a contemporary range of units, corner shower, integrated low flush w.c and wash basin with cupboard beneath. Tiled floor, tiled splash backs, downlighting and chrome vertical towel radiator.
There are three further good sized bedrooms, (please note there is restricted roof height in some areas).
Family bathroom having a white suite comprising P-shaped bath with screen and shower above, wall hung wash basin, low flush w.c, tiling to all wet areas and tiled floor.
The property is approached via a shared private drive which leads to a spacious drive private to Hedgehog House. There are formal gardens to the property with a raised wall and beautiful well stocked borders, beyond which lies a spacious paddock. The total grounds extend to approximately 2.3 acres. Stable and tack room/tractor mower store.
The property indeed enjoys a truly enviable location set within the heart of the village yet also adjacent to open countryside. Hilderstone is well placed for commuters and modern day living, the market town of Uttoxeter is situated to east and provides excellent links to the A50, A38, East Midlands, East Midlands Airport and M1. To the west lies the county town of Stafford which has a range of amenities and an intercity railway station providing regular Virgin services to London Euston taking only approximately one hour and twenty minutes. Junctions 13 and 14 of the M6 provide direct access into the national motorway network and M6 Toll.
From Stafford town centre take the Sandon Road to the traffic lights at Beaconside and turn left and then immediately right which remains Sandon Road and continue into Sandon. Turn left onto the A51 and take the second right hand turn signposted Hilderstone. Continue to the crossroads and proceed over with care, into the village of Hilderstone. Immediately after the pub on the right hand side, turn left into Dingle Lane and after a very short distance turn left immediately in front of Cherry Tree House. Follow the drive to the very end and Hedgehog House can be found set slightly to the left.
- Hilderstone is situated in a conservation area.
- The approach drive is shared.
- There is a public footpath which runs across the field.
Tenure: Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas are believed to be connected to the property but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability.
Local Authority/Tax Band: Stafford Borough Council / Tax Band F
Useful Websites: www.environment-agency.co.uk
Our Ref: JGA/210518
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