Netherwood Farm Bromley Wood, Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire, WS15 3AG

  • SSTC
  • £1,250,000 Guide Price
  • Character Property
  • 5 bedrooms

Nestled within a secluded location overlooking picturesque Staffordshire countryside is Netherwood Farm, a beautifully presented detached country home benefitting from spacious and versatile accommodation, five good sized bedrooms and an impressive plot totalling 3 acres including paddock land and a copse. Having been remodelled and extended over time, this individual home showcases a wealth of reclaimed character throughout and offers further potential to tailor the accommodation to suit the next owner. There is space to extend the kitchen and the detached triple bay coach house benefits from planning consent to convert the first floor into a self contained apartment. . Netherwood Farm enjoys a particularly peaceful location and views over surrounding rolling countryside can be appreciated from all aspects.

An impressive galleried reception hall gives access into the three superb reception rooms presenting ample space for formal dining and entertaining spaces as well as everyday family living. There is an extended farmhouse style kitchen with an idyllic outlook over the gardens. A study, utility room, cloakroom and rear hall present an ideal space for be conversion into ancillary accommodation. From the first floor feature landing there are four double bedrooms serviced by a master en suite, guests WC and family bathroom, and a fifth double bedroom can be accessed via a separate staircase. Outside, a sweeping driveway leads to a parking area able to accommodate a number of vehicles with turning space and there is access to the detached triple bay coach house which benefits from planning permission for a first floor apartment. Beautifully tended formal gardens are laid to two sides of the property, there is a mature orchard to one side and established lawns extend to the opposite side leading down to a small area of woodland. Accessed directly off the driveway and lawns is a paddock ideal for equestrian use

Bromley Wood lies a short distance from the village centre of Abbots Bromley, enjoying both a scenic location with excellent facilities nearby. Famed for its annual Horn Dance, Abbots Bromley is a thriving village with a bustling main street lined with character properties. The village has a good selection of amenities including a butcher, general store, primary school, doctors, traditional pubs, church and village hall. The village has formerly been named as one of the Top 12 Places to Live in the Midlands by the Sunday Times. There are a range of highly regarded independent schools nearby including Smallwood Manor, Lichfield Cathedral , Denstone College and Repton School, with the historic Abbots Bromley School also due for reopening in the coming months. There are good road links along the A515, A50 and A38 giving access to all major commercial centres of the Midlands. A regular public bus route runs through the village allowing for access to nearby villages and towns. Regular direct rail links to Birmingham and London can be found in nearby Lichfield, and the International Airports of Birmingham and East Midlands are both within an easy drive.

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Abbots Bromley

Abbots Bromley

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, general store, a highly regarded primary school, traditional pubs, a bistro, coffee shop, doctors, church and village hall. The village has also formerly been named as one of the Top 12 Places to Live in the Midlands by the Sunday Times.This stunningly popular village is renowned for being the location of the Pagan Horn Dance Festival which takes place in September each year. This medieval event is seen to date back to 1500s and sees... read more

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