Denstone, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire ST14 5HX, UK
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An attractive, extended period property with grounds and gardens of approximately 0.75 acres positioned on a quiet rural lane<br/></br>
Denstone is a vibrant village conveniently positioned between Uttoxeter and Ashbourne. Both these attractive market towns offer a range of supermarkets, shops and leisure and dining facilities as well as a cinema, bowling alley, ice rink and the popular Uttoxeter race course. The village of Denstone is well known for the Denstone College founded by Sir Thomas Heywood in 1873 as well as Abbotsholme and the jcb Academy. Within the village itself is a popular pub tavern with restaurant, tennis club, primary school, award winning farm shop, a range of independent shops and church. There is also a village hall offering a whole host of activities and clubs including The Denstone Players and Stubwood singers.
For those who enjoy walking and cycling there are plenty of routes in and around the area with a popular route from Denstone to Oakamoor passing through the beautiful countryside of Dimmingsdale. Nearby is the headquarters for jcb and The jcb Academy. Golf is available at the International jcb Golf Club
Trundley cottage is pretty period property down a quiet lane in a rural position with a large garden and far-reaching views. The original cottage dates back approximately 200 years but has been extended over time so that it now offers well-proportioned accommodation over two floors. A particular feature is the large conservatory to the rear opening out onto the gardens. The pretty well-maintained gardens are fully enclosed and totally private. The property benefits from excellent storage with garaging and a workshop.
The main entrance leads to a small hall where there are stairs to the first floor. From here there is access to the original part of the cottage where there are two reception rooms, the dining room and snug. The snug features a handsome stone fireplace housing a wood burning stove. The dining room is a light and well-proportioned room with natural stone floor and is conveniently positioned next to the kitchen to the rear. The bright kitchen benefits from a good range of wall and floor units with extra storage in the separate utility room and useful pantry. The kitchen leads through into the large conservatory. The stone floor in the dining room continues through to the kitchen and into the conservatory. From the conservatory there are delightful views of the garden. To the east of the property is the large sitting room featuring exposed timbers and an attractive brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove.
From the sitting room wrought iron spiral stairs lead to a bright and good-sized bedroom with lovely views. There is also a bathroom as well as an additional room currently used as a study – this could also be used as a dressing room to create a complete master or guest suite. The mains stairs lead from the entrance hall to a further three bedrooms, all with rural views and a family bathroom.
The enclosed garden is mainly laid to lawn with a wild garden area, a good range of shrubs and trees to include a well-stocked orchard. A large seating terrace wraps round on the north and east of the property, positioned to make the most of the views across the garden and to the countryside beyond. Behind hedging is a greenhouse and useful garden store. This carefully designed garden is completely private and wraps round the property on three sides.
Adjoining the property is a large brick garage with separate workshop. Adjacent is an additional detached double garage with mezzanine creating a useful additional storage space. Tucked away behind the garage is a dog kennel and run.
East Midlands 23miles
Stafford or Stoke 20 miles
Derby 25 miles
<b>Fixtures and fittings</b>
All fixtures, fittings and furniture such as curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments and statuary are excluded from the sale. Some may be available by separate negotiation.
None of the services, appliances, heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested by the selling agents.
<b>Public Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements </b>
The property is sold subject to all rights of way, wayleaves and easements whether or not they are defined in these particulars