Parker Hall are proud to market this beautifully presented detached family home offering spacious and high specification interiors, four double bedrooms and private plot on the outskirts of this popular modern development. Completed around a year ago by the reputable Walton Homes, Ivy House benefits from a secluded position on this sought after road enjoying a rural aspect over farmland to the side and the protection of the Abbots Bromley School conservation garden to the rear. The current vendors have undertaken a number of recent upgrades to include a stunning bespoke Symphony kitchen and a log burning stove to the lounge. Built in the style of a barn, Ivy House offers flexible interiors comprising dining room with ample space to form an entrance hall if required, spacious lounge, refitted kitchen, utility and cloaks to the ground floor, with four superb double bedrooms and a study set to the first floor, serviced by two en suites and a family bathroom. The outside space offers parking to the front aspect, a single garage and landscaped rear gardens benefitting from privacy to all sides.
The historic village of Abbots Bromley, best known for its annual Horn Dance, is a thriving village offering a much sought after rural lifestyle for families and couples alike centred around the attractive main street lined with character properties. The village is home to amenities including a sports club, Butchers, general store, a highly regarded primary school, traditional pubs, an Indian restaurant, coffee shop, doctors, church and village hall. The village has also been named as one of the Top 12 Places to Live in the Midlands by the Sunday Times. 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. The village 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).
Doors will be open this weekend from 10am to 11.20am on Saturday 11th Novemberand 11am to 12.30pm on Sunday 12th November.