**NEW TO THE MARKET** A detached country cottage with panoramic views and superb potential!

**NEW TO THE MARKET** A detached country cottage with panoramic views and superb potential!

  • 1st October 2021

Nestled within picturesque Staffordshire countryside on the outskirts of Wheaton Aston is this idyllic country cottage, benefitting from deceptively spacious accommodation presenting superb potential and a quarter of an acre garden plot with panoramic views.

Hurst Cottage, Wheaton Aston - Price Guide £550,000

Offered with the benefit of no upward chain, Hurst Cottage retains original features including character doors and quarry tiled flooring and is thought to date back to the 1800s where it formed part of the regal Weston Park Estate.

The interiors offer excellent potential to remodel, upgrade and extend (STPP) to suit and currently comprise entrance hall, two reception rooms, kitchen, rear hall, cloakroom and a useful boot room to the ground floor, with two spacious double bedrooms, a dressing room and a family bathroom to the first floor. The first floor layout offers potential to remodel to create a third bedroom if required. Outside, Hurst Cottage sits on a beautifully maintained garden plot extending to a quarter of an acre including a double garage. This pretty cottage enjoys picturesque surroundings with panoramic countryside views to all aspects and is serviced by oil fired central heating and double glazed windows.

  • Charming Detached Country Cottage
  • No Upward Chain
  • Wealth of Character & Superb Potential
  • Panoramic Rural Views
  • Mature 0.25 Acre Plot
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen & Boot Room
  • Entrance Hall, Cloakroom & Rear Hall
  • Two Double Bedrooms & Bathroom
  • Potential to create Third Bedroom
  • Beautiful Wrap Around Gardens
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Idyllic Countryside Setting with Views
  • Well Placed for Local Commuter Routes
Hurst Cottage lies on the outskirts of Wheaton Aston, a historic South Staffordshire village set on the peaceful Shropshire Union Canal. The superb range of amenities in the village centre include two pubs, a café/sandwich shop, a post office, a general store and a Church, and additional village amenities can be found in nearby Brewood. The St Marys First School lies within the village and feeds into the Marshbrook Middle and Wolgarston High schools in Penkridge. The village lies alongside the Shropshire Union Canal where peaceful rural walks can be found, surrounding countryside can be reached easily on foot from the doorstep of the property and leisure pursuits can be enjoyed nearby at Cannock Chase and Belvide Reservoir. The village is well placed for commuting access to the local commercial centres of Stafford, Cannock, Wolverhampton, Telford and Shrewsbury, and the property sits just off the A5 which leads in turn to the M6 and M54.

For more details follow this link, or call 01283 575 000 to arrange your viewing!

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