**New Instruction** An individual Victorian home with stunning views and John Taylor Catchment
22nd May 2019
A most impressive period home set on the outskirts of Tatenhill, benefitting from a wealth of space and further potential, five bedrooms and recently landscaped gardens. Originally dating back to 1800s and enjoying a most picturesque rural outlook to the front, this individual village home has benefitted from Victorian additions over the years and showcases a wealth of character including original doors, plasterwork and beams.
The Rise, Moores Hill, Tatenhill - Price Guide £575,000
The interiors to The Rise comprise briefly stunning reception hall with feature tiled flooring, formal dining room, stunning sitting room, dining kitchen, study/snug, utility and cloakroom/boot room to the ground floor with steps leading down to a lower ground floor cellar. To the first and second floors are five bedrooms the fifth being ideal as a study/nursery, serviced by a master en suite and family bathroom. Outside, the immaculately landscaped gardens extend to the front and side of the property and a walled driveway provides ample parking for a number of vehicles. The individual home presents ample scope to be tailored to the next owners needs and is a rare addition to the market, having belonged to the same family for a number of years. The Rise is serviced by oil fired central heating and is fully double glazed.
Tatenhill is a delightful village home to a historic church, village hall and a traditional village pub, all just surrounded by rolling Staffordshire countryside where walking, cycling and equestrian pursuits can be enjoyed. Local amenities are available in the nearby village of Barton under Needwood, where a doctors, pharmacy, post office, shops, village cafe and additional pubs can be found. The village is situated just south of Burton upon Trent, where access is easily available to the A38 for travel to Lichfield, Derby and Birmingham. Regional and national rail travel is available from Burton upon Trent, Lichfield and Tamworth, providing direct links to Derby, Birmingham, London and the International airports of Birmingham and East Midlands are both within a short drive. The area is well served by state schools including All Saints Primary at Rangemore and John Taylor High School in Barton under Needwood, with an excellent range of private schools also nearby including Abbots Bromley, Repton and Denstone.