**NEW** An individual character home set within a picturesque setting, with a 3.8 acre paddock and excellent opportunities to develop further!
1st July 2019
New to the market is this beautifully presented detached character home set in the popular rural hamlet of Newborough End, benefitting from extended and renovated interiors, four double bedrooms and the equestrian facilities including a stable block and 3.8 acres of land.
Benefitting from recent works to include a double storey extension, rewiring, plumbing, new windows and a complete internal refit, this individual family home resides within a picturesque location overlooking open countryside to both the front and rear. the high specification finish includes oak doors throughout, granite worktops to the impressive open plan kitchen and monkey tail handles to the windows.
The high specification interiors comprise briefly reception hall, lounge, stunning open plan family kitchen, utility and cloakroom to the ground floor, with four double bedrooms set to the first floor off the galleried landing. The bedrooms are serviced by a master en suite and a family bathroom. Outside, Fortyshades sits on a generous plot accessed via a gated entrance. There are gardens extending to two sides as well as ample parking, with a brick stable block set to the top of the garden where there is vehicular access back out to the lane. The stable block houses three looseboxes and presents plenty of potential to for conversion into an annexe if required. Set a short way down the lane is a gated paddock, measuring approximately 3.8 acres and having a small brook running across one side.
Newborough End is a rural hamlet set within the popular villages of Newborough and Hoar Cross. Newborough itself is home to a popular pub and restaurant, a stunning church and the Needwood Primary School which feeds into John Taylor High School in Barton under Needwood, both of which maintain an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rating. In addition there are a number of superb independent schools in the area including Abbots Bromley and Repton. The prestigious Hoar Cross Hall and St Georges Park are also within a short drive, both providing restaurants, accommodation, members only gyms and spas. This popular rural village is well placed for local commuter routes including the A38, A515 and A50 and two rail stations at the Cathedral City of Lichfield provide direct links to Birmingham and London (in 80 minutes).