House For Sale

Meadow View, Sharpley Heath, Hilderstone, Stone, Staffordshire

Asking price £745,000

A superb and spacious 4 bedroom property designed and completed to an exceptionally high standard offering truly fantastic rural views

  • Large open plan kitchen/family room
  • Wonderful oak framed Orangery
  • Delightful sitting room
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Three well appointed bathrooms
  • Detached garaging/annexe
  • Large garden about half an acre
  • Superb countryside views
  • Ultrafast Fibre Broadband

Meadow View is located within the hamlet of Sharpley Heath approximately 1.7 miles from the village of Hilderstone and 5 miles from the canal town of Stone. Hilderstone having its own village hall offers entertaining facilities and holds weekly events and regular meetings. The parish church Christ Church Hilderstone dates back to 1833 and is the centre of the community offering a warm welcome to everyone. The Spot Gate situated along the Hilderstone Road is a popular public house which serves good food and drink. Meanwhile the thriving canal town of Stone offers a range of local shops and restaurants.

There is a regular Farmers Market and various events take place such as The Stone Festival in June and Stone Food and Drinks Festival in October. Meadow View is well placed for access to the regional road network with the A50 being within easy reach and providing a link to the M42, M1 and M6. Train services run to London from Stafford, Derby, Lichfield and Birmingham International. Regular train services also run from Stafford station. There is an excellent range of schooling within the area including St Dominics Priory School Stone, Yarlet School Stafford, Stafford Grammar, Alleyne’s Academy Stone, Denstone College and Thomas Alleynes School in Uttoxeter.

Meadow View nestles within the hamlet of Sharpley Heath and enjoys a lovely rural position with special views of the Staffordshire countryside. The property can easily be accessed from the front, side or rear elevation with all aspects enjoying the breath-taking views. Meadow View is a contemporary and spacious detached home which has been designed and built by its current owners with no expense spared to create a truly beautiful home. Meadow View is a light filled property which adds to the appeal of this lovely family home. A bespoke oak framed porch frames the entrance door which leads to the reception hall with the sitting room, garden room, kitchen/family room off to the right. The sitting room is a larger than average light filled room and is entered through oak double doors. French doors lead out to the lime stone terrace, whilst a log burning stove sits upon a granite hearth. The sitting room naturally leads into the beautiful oak garden room with a full height ceiling and the luxury of under floor heating. The garden room has an enviable position looking out to the garden and countryside beyond. The light filled kitchen and family room complete with under floor heating, offers fitted cabinetry with integrated appliances including double electric combi oven and microwave, induction hob with extractor over, dish washer and fridge, whilst quartz work surfaces compliment the cabinets beautifully. Access to the garden is provided by French doors. Leading on, the utility room has cabinets with freezer and plumbing and washer/dryer. The guest cloakroom and storage cupboard are also located nearby. A door provides access to the rear garden. Located to the left of the hall a well-appointed ground floor bathroom serves the two ground floor double bedrooms.

Continuing from the hall, a splendid bespoke oak staircase rises to a spacious landing area where glazed panels make an interesting feature to observe the architectural detail of the garden room below, whilst light floods in through sky light windows. Doors lead off to the two double bedrooms both having beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and gardens. The master bedroom offers a useful dressing area with extensive storage and a well-appointed en suite bathroom. Comprising; a modern suite to include a bath with a power shower over. The second bedroom also has the benefit of extensive storage and en suite shower room. Located off the landing is a useful walk in storage room with additional eaves storage.

Grounds and gardens
The property is approached through timber gates giving access to the large driveway. The oak garage and open bay is located to the front aspect of the drive and has the added benefit of having a first floor annexe. Accessed by an oak staircase and glazed doors, the annexe provides beautiful views of the Staffordshire countryside. A main room provides a versatile space, whilst a well equipped kitchen and bathroom also benefits the annexe. The rest of the garden is laid mainly to lawn and is bounded by mature hedging and fencing. A limestone patio is positioned from the house used for outdoor entertaining and to admire the lovely countryside views from.

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