**NEW INSTRUCTION** A stunning Victorian home within Abbots Bromley!
22nd May 2018
** Guide Price £545,000 ** Offered with no upward chain is this recently renovated double fronted Victorian home set within the popular rural village of Abbots Bromley, benefitting from beautifully presented interiors, three excellent double bedrooms and south facing gardens.
Originally dating back to 1858 and residing within a Conservation Area, this beautifully renovated village home has been lovingly restored in recent years, with upgrades to including a full rewire, re-plumbing including a boiler, new windows (all except the sash windows to the front aspect) and a new roof. The spacious and flexible accommodation has been insulated, replastered and redecorated throughout, and the kitchen, utility, bathroom and cloakroom have all been refitted in a style in keeping with the Victorian era.
The interiors comprise immaculately presented accommodation laid to entrance hall, sitting room, dining room with inglenook fireplace, dining kitchen, utility and cloakroom, with the lower ground floor (formerly the cellar) having been converted into a third reception room, ideal as a snug, playroom or home office. To the first floor are three excellent double bedrooms, all featuring fitted wardrobes and being service by a refitted family bathroom. Outside, the walled south facing garden has been landscaped to a high standard and there is off street parking for three vehicles to a private drive with recently installed double gates into the garden. College Farm benefits from mains gas central heating and is fully double glazed.
The historic village of Abbots Bromley, best known for its annual Horn Dance festival, is a thriving village offering a much sought after rural lifestyle centred around an attractive main street lined with character properties. Formerly named as one of the Top 12 Places to Live in the Midlands by the Sunday Times, the village is home to amenities including a sports club, Butchers, general store, a highly regarded primary school, the Abbots Bromley school, traditional pubs, an Indian restaurant, coffee shop, doctors, church and village hall. For those looking for outdoor pursuits there are plenty of local walks, sailing clubs and fishing spots as well as a number of equestrian centres. College Farm is ideally located for commuters, having the A38, A50 and M6 Toll within easy reach, and regular rail links are available from Lichfield to Birmingham and London (in 80 minutes).