• 21st December 2020

Enjoying an idyllic rural location is the imposing Heatley Hall Farm, an elegant detached farmhouse offering generous and versatile family interiors, six double bedrooms plus study and a generous garden plot including a detached home office/gym. Dating back to the 1600s, this beautifully presented family home has received a recent refurbishment including a new energy efficient Biomass heating and hot water system and refit to the kitchen in 2015, a new roof in 2016 and a refit to the bathroom and two en suites in 2018.

The accommodation comprises briefly; reception hall, two spacious reception rooms with feature fireplaces, a stunning open plan kitchen with dining area and Orangery style family room, utility, boot room and cloakroom to the ground floor, with a cellar ripe for development set to the lower ground floor. To the first floor are four double bedrooms and a single room/study serviced by two en suites and a family bathroom, and a stunning guest suite comprising a double bedroom, sitting room, dressing area and en suite is set to the second floor. Views over surrounding countryside can be appreciated from the front aspect, the mature gardens and two driveways lead to ample parking and an oak framed triple bay car port. Heatley Hall Farm benefits from double glazed windows, a wealth of beautifully retained character throughout and is serviced by a private
drainage system and septic tanks.

Heatley lies on the outskirts of Abbots Bromley, a popular village famed for its annual Horn Dance. The village, having formerly been named as one of the Top 12 Places to Live in the Midlands by the Sunday Times, offers a good selection of amenities including a Butchers, general store, bistro, cafes, a primary school, doctors, pubs, a church and a village hall. For leisure pursuits, Blithfield Reservior lies a short drive away and offers a sailing club, fishing and pleasant walks and the renowned Cannock Chase lies 7 miles away. There are a range of highly regarded independent schools nearby including Smallwood Manor, Lichfield Cathedral, Denstone College and Repton School and the property lies within catchment for Thomas Alleynes Middle and Oldfields High School in Uttoxeter. There are good road links along the A50 and A38 giving access to major commercial centres in the Midlands, regular direct rail links to Birmingham and London can be found in nearby Lichfield, and the International Airports of Birmingham, East Midlands and Manchester are within an easy drive.

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