House To Let

Marl Hollow Farmhouse, Hobb Lane, Marchington, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire ST14

£1,600 pcm


A period farmhouse with superb views in delightful rural location.

Marl Hollow Farmhouse is situated to the north of the attractive village of Abbots Bromley. This highly regarded village can offer local facilities, whilst a wider range of facilities can be found in Uttoxter and Stafford, with the cites of Birmingham and Derby being accessible by the A38.

Marl Hollow Farmhouse is a 19th Century house offering extensive accommodation set in attractive Staffordshire countryside. The house has views to the west from the rear of the house looking eastwards the property has a fantastic view across open countryside and an extensive area of woodland known as Bagot Forest. In addition to the gardens and first 1.25 acre paddock, there are three additional fields extending to 10.65 acres or thereabouts. There is a stable/ field shelter (approx 7.70m x3.90m) of block construction. The land and stable are available by separate negotiation. Details available on request.

The property briefly comprises:

Ground Floor:
A large Reception Hall leading to
Kitchen Diner
Large open plan with sitting/dining area . Open fireplace and oil fired AGA. Period features including ceiling timbers.
Dining Room
Sitting Room
With open fireplace

To the rear is a large utility room with attached Shower Room and Pantry including other storage.

First Floor:
Bedroom 1
Large double
Bedroom 2
Large double
Bedroom 3
Double
Bedroom 4
Double
Bedroom 5
Single bedroom or study
Family bathroom
Tiled floor and surround with white suite comprising bath with shower over, WC and hand basin

Second Floor:
Bedroom 6
Large double
Dressing Room
Bathroom
With 3 piece suite

Tenure
The property is offered on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) for an initial term of 12 months.

Deposit
The deposit will be the equivalent of 5 weeks rent.

Viewings:
By strict appointment through letting agents, Fisher German LLP. Contact Lizzie Brough on 01785 275392

Please note: The photographs featured were taken in April 2016.

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