Generous gardens, character & an idyllic position in the sought after village of Hamstall Ridware
8th March 2019
An individual character cottage set within a mature third of an acre plot, benefitting from extended accommodation, five bedrooms (four doubles) and an idyllic village location with pleasant views over countryside and the village church.
The Gables, Blithbury Road, Hamstall Ridware - £595,000
Originally built by Lord Hamstall of Hamstall Hall in 1851 to be the home of the village cobbler, The Gables has been extended over the years both in accommodation and plot size to create an individual character home set well within stunning mature gardens. The interiors comprise briefly porch and entrance hall, three reception rooms, refitted bespoke dining kitchen, refitted utility and cloakroom to the ground floor, with five bedrooms (four doubles) and a family bathroom to the first floor. Outside, the generous gated plot totals approximately 0.28 acre and is laid to extensive parking, a detached double garage added by the current vendors and gardens to all sides. The Gables is serviced by double glazing and mains gas central heating and is an ideal for anyone looking for an idyllic country lifestyle.
The rural community of Hamstall Ridware is nestled within picturesque Staffordshire countryside with the village home to amenities including the Shoulder of Mutton pub, a private fishery and historic village church. The Cathedral City of Lichfield is easily accessible, being home to an excellent array of shopping and leisure facilities and nearby commuter routes include the A515, A38 and M6 Toll provide convenient access to towns and cities including Burton on Trent, Lichfield, Birmingham and Derby. Rail connections can be found in Lichfield providing direct access to Birmingham and London and the International airports of Birmingham and East Midlands are also within an easy drive. A good selection of schools are available including Henry Chadwick Primary school and Fair Oak High School, with independent schools close by including Smallwood Manor, Abbots Bromley and Repton.