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£850,000

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The Pheasantry, Orslow, Newport, Staffordshire, TF10

4 bedroom detached house for sale

Large Kitchen Breakfast Room
Garden Room with Fabulous Views
Living Room, Sitting Room and Dining Room
Four Bedrooms
Family Bathroom & One Ensuite
Tack Room, Stable and Kennels
Two Garages used as Implement Store & Food/Wine Store
Double Garage/Workshop with 3 Phase & Single Electric
Potential to Convert Barn Store
Gardens, Paddock and Orchard amounting to 3.31 Acres

Formerly two Victorian cottages, The Pheasantry really is the country idyll situated in glorious undulating countryside close to the Shropshire/Staffordshire border. Offering master bedroom with ensuite and three further bedrooms, living room, separate dining room, sitting room and large kitchen breakfast room which opens into a garden room that enjoys far reaching countryside views. Set in 3.31 acres of well-maintained gardens and grounds with orchard and paddock and various outbuildings to include: stable, tack room, garages and kennels with a further barn that currently offers a double garage/workshop with single and 3 Phase electric, adjacent store and a first floor above.

An ideal family home for those keen to embrace the country lifestyle with room for dogs, ponies or other livestock. The detached 32 ft garage/workshop with 3 phase electricity supply offers opportunities for a variety of uses and the extensive grounds provide plenty of interest for the keen gardener. The flow and versatility of the accommodation makes this a fabulous home for entertaining on a small or large scale.

Surrounded by open countryside, the location is perfect for those who wish to enjoy the rural life but have a need to commute to local business centres. The nearby town of Newport (6 miles) provides various amenities such as schools, shops, doctors surgeries, bars and restaurants. Further amenities are available in Telford, Shifnal, Shrewsbury, Wolverhampton and Stafford. The nearby A41 provides access to the M54 which allows access further afield and a direct mainline train to central London departs from nearby Stafford (10.5 miles).

The House
Drive up the sweeping brick paved drive, passing the orchard and gardens on the right and onto a gravel courtyard to the open fronted porch and the front entrance door. Off the grand entrance hall with spiral staircase and useful cloaks cupboard, lies the sitting room to the right with fine painted panelling and open fire. Opposite the entrance door, double doors lead in to the fabulous living room with an open fireplace. Large windows and doors opening out to the gardens and grounds make this a light and airy room.

Off the spacious entrance hall there is a separate dining room which has doors leading out to the garden. A useful cupboard and WC can be found in the inner hall and double doors lead in to the heart of this family home, the glorious breakfast kitchen. With a part vaulted ceiling and boasting bespoke handmade units, an Aga and Slate floor. This room has the space for a large table, ideal for entertaining. At the end, steps up lead in to the garden room with two sets of doors out to the garden and from where one can take full advantage of the wonderful surrounding countryside views.

Also accessed from the kitchen, a newly fitted shaker style kitchen/utility with boiler room behind and step down in to the boot room that has external access to the gravel parking area and also a door into the integral garage affectionately known as the "little shop", as this is currently used as a food/wine store.

From the entrance hall, the gently curving staircase leads to a large landing with plenty of space for a reading or office area. From here there is access to three double bedrooms, two with storage and the family bathroom. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes, a charming fireplace, double aspect windows with countryside views and large ensuite which has both bath and a separate shower.

Gardens & Grounds
Well maintained and pretty gardens with sun terraces and seating areas with a fountain and external lighting are adjacent to the house, with a level lawn area to the left of the garden room. The paddock can be accessed from this lawn and also from the gravel parking area. To the back of the living and dining room, a further lawn leads down to an arbour and arch into the orchard which has black currants, raspberries as well as Victoria Plum and cooking Apple trees and gated access at the bottom to the drive.

The drive is also fully illuminated and at the entrance to the courtyard is a small lawn which features three flag poles. The run of outbuildings attached to the house lie opposite the detached garage/workshop which has the single and 3 phase electricity and water supply. Adjacent to this a two-storey barn currently used for storage, but subject to the necessary consents could potentially be adapted for a range of uses. Behind here, is another gravel parking area and garage/workshop entrances, which keeps activity away from the main house. Beyond this, a diesel and oil tank can be found and as previously mentioned, the entrance to the paddock.

Tenure
The property is offered for sale Freehold with Vacant Possession.

Local Authority
South Staffordshire Council. Council Tax Band G.

Services
Mains electric, water and septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating. Services have not been tested by the agent.

Viewings
Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agents, Nock Deighton Newport - please contact 01952 570222 for more information or alternatively email newport@nockdeighton.co.uk

Direction:
From Newport proceed on the A41 southbound towards Wolverhampton & Telford. At the roundabout for the A518 continue along the A41 for a further 2.1 miles. Take the turning left sign posted Great Chatwell and take the first turning right and continue for 1.5 miles, drive past The Red Lion on your right and out of the hamlet. Turn left into Chatwell Lane and proceed for less than 0.5 miles and turn left signposted Orslow, proceed for another 0.7 miles and then turn left on to the No Through Road, there is a red bricked house on the corner. Drive along this no through road for approximately 407ft until you get to a left hand bend with two drives facing you. To the right of the drive with the cattle grid you will see a third drive, which is the brick paved drive and entrance for The Pheasantry.

From Newport proceed on the A41 southbound towards Wolverhampton & Telford. At the roundabout for the A518 continue along the A41 for a further 2.1 miles. Take the turning left sign posted Great Chatwell and take the first turning right and continue for 1.5 miles, drive past The Red Lion on your right and out of the hamlet. Turn left into Chatwell Lane and proceed for less than 0.5 miles and turn left signposted Orslow, proceed for another 0.7 miles and then turn left on to the No Through Road, there is a red bricked house on the corner. Drive along this no through road for approximately 407ft until you get to a left hand bend with two drives facing you. To the right of the drive with the cattle grid you will see a third drive, which is the brick paved drive and entrance for The Pheasantry.

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