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- Many character features
- Detached family home
- Four bedrooms
- Detached outbuilding
- Extensive driveway
A STUNNING COACH HOUSE SET IN AN IDYLLIC LOCATION: This fabulous family home offers many character features throughout including beautiful vaulted ceilings to the main reception room and offers accommodation including:
L-shaped hallway, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, sitting room, living room/dining room with a vaulted ceiling, cloakroom/WC, galleried landing, four bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, master bedroom with a dressing room, stunning gardens and grounds, detached outbuilding (currently configured as an office and store rooms), extensive driveway, EPC Rating: C
Allscott is a small hamlet approximately 1 mile distance from the village of Admaston which has a parade of shops. A further one mile to Wellington town centre which offers a choice of shops and other amenities including good supermarkets, indoor and outdoor weekly markets. There are good transportation links onto the M54 motorway, mainline railway station and bus station and a good selection of public and private schools and colleges including the Thomas Telford School, Old Hall and Wrekin College.
Is a detached former coach house and offers stunning accommodation throughout and generous accommodation for a family including many character features. The property is approached into an entrance hallway which has a staircase ascending up to the galleried landing and gives access into the study and open-plan living room and dining room. A particular feature to the living room is the beautiful featured window, brick inset wood-burning stove and vaulted ceiling looking up towards the galleried landing and opens through to the dining room and also gives access off to a cloakroom/WC, fitted cupboards, breakfast/kitchen and ground floor bedroom which has an en-suite bathroom and a built-in sauna. The breakfast/kitchen is beautifully presented with an extensive range of bespoke kitchen units with an AGA cooker, central Island, display cabinets and Belfast sink. The tiled flooring continues through to a useful utility room which has a range of contemporary high-gloss base and wall cupboards and is also used as an additional cooking area with integrated appliances and space and provision for a washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher. Tiled flooring then continues through to the dining area with an archway leading through to the sitting room. The sitting room has a brick inset wood-burning stove and French doors out to the rear garden.
A particular feature to the first floor is the galleried landing which looks out towards the vaulted ceiling and living area and gives access off to a further three bedrooms; all of which have en-suite facilities. The master bedroom also having a dressing room area with a spiral staircase leading up to the attic space. Extensive fitted wardrobes are in the two main first floor bedrooms together with a fitted cupboard on the landing.
To the front there is a large gated gravel driveway providing off-road parking for numerous vehicles. The drive continues down to the side where there is an additional parking area and gives access through to what was the detached double garage but is now configured as a home office with additional storage and is of brick and tile construction. The gardens are beautifully presented and are a true credit to the current owners being beautifully landscaped with a number of seating areas. One adjacent off the living room which has a paved patio with decorative gravelled areas and a number of inset shrubs and plants. The garden continues round to a beautifully shaped laid lawn with a central hedgerow feature and again has a number of inset shrubs and trees. The garden also continues around the other side and back around to the front where there is a further decorative paved area with inset shrubs and plants.
Services: We are advised mains electricity, mains water and drainage are connected with an oil-fired central heating system.
Tenure: We are advised the property is freehold.
Council Tax Band: G
Anti Money Laundering & Proceeds of Crime Acts: To ensure compliance with the Anti Money Laundering Act and Proceeds of Crime Act: All intending purchasers must produce identification documents prior to the memorandum of sale being issued. If these are not produced in person we will require certified copies from professionals such as doctor, teacher, solicitor, bank manager, accountant or public notary, To avoid delays in the buying process please provide the required documents as soon as possible. We may also use an online service provider to also confirm your identity. A list of acceptable ID documents is available upon request. We will also require confirmation of where the funding is coming from such as a bank statement with funding for deposit or purchase price and if mortgage finance is required a mortgage agreement in principle from your chosen lender.
We take every care in preparing our sales details. They are carefully checked, however we do not guarantee appliances, alarms, electrical fittings, plumbing, showers, etc. Photographs are a guide and do not represent items included in the sale. Room sizes are approximate. Do not use them to buy carpets or furniture. Floor plans are for guidance only and not to scale. We cannot verify the tenure as we do not have access to the legal title. We cannot guarantee boundaries, rights of way or compliance with local authority planning or building regulation control. You must take advice of your legal representative. Reference to adjoining land uses, i.e. farmland, open fields, etc does not guarantee the continued use in the future. You must make local enquiries and searches. We currently work with a number of recommended conveyancing partners including Move With Us Ltd, The Conveyancing Partnership Ltd and Move Reports UK Ltd and we currently receive a referral fee of £250 for each transaction.