The Old Coach House Bell House Lane, Anslow, Staffordshire, DE13 9PA

  • Reduced
  • £995,000 Guide Price
  • Character Property
  • 5 bedrooms

Enjoying a tranquil setting on the rural outskirts of Anslow is The Old Coach House, a magnificent barn conversion showcasing impressive and generously proportioned interiors, four double bedrooms plus office/ bedroom five, and a stunning 0.3 acre plot including both lawned gardens and a south facing courtyard.

Offering oversized living and bedroom accommodation ideal to suit a growing family, this exceptional countryside home has been thoroughly and thoughtfully remodelled throughout, with one wing of the U-shaped barn designed to serve as an annexe or Air BnB with private courtyard garden, and a fifth bedroom being an ideal home office.

The third of an acre plot is laid to beautifully manicured fore gardens, landscaped terraces and ample parking beyond an electric gated entrance, as well as having a second gated driveway leading to a detached garage. A Mediterranean style south facing courtyard lies to the rear, offering further space to appreciate the idyllic location of this countryside residence.

The front door opens into the impressive reception hall, featuring vaulted ceilings and a solid oak staircase rising to the gallery above. A fabulous bar/family room offers a further entertaining space, and a door opens through to the stunning open plan kitchen, having generous living and dining areas, all enjoying idyllic views over the courtyard and fore gardens. Also set to the ground floor is a superb Annexe or Air BnB, comprising a fitted kitchen(doubling as a utility), shower room and a large double bedroom, as well as a private entrance and walled courtyard garden. Two further double bedrooms each with en suite are set to the opposite wing of the barn and there is a further home office offering space for either a home-run business or for use as a fifth double bedroom. The stunning master suite features a sitting area with projector screen and a gallery overlooking the reception hall, and the large double bedroom benefits from private use of a dressing room and luxury en suite. Views towards the idyllic church tower can be appreciated from the driveway and gardens, and The Old Coach House benefits from an integral speaker system which is included in the sale.

Nestled within idyllic Staffordshire countryside, The Old Coach House lies on the rural outskirts of Anslow, a popular village offering amenities
including a popular pub, a picturesque Church and garden centre and café. The Mosely Academy Primary School feeds into John Taylor High in Barton under Needwood, both of which maintain an Ofsted Outstanding rating, and there are a range of excellent independent schools also within easy reach including Repton and Lichfield Cathedral.

The village has excellent links to local communities including Tutbury and Barton under Needwood where there are further amenities available including shops, pubs, cafes and a post office, and the market town of Burton on Trent offers further convenience, health and leisure facilities as well as a railway station giving access to both Birmingham and Derby. The location is ideal for commuters having swift access to the A515, A38, M42 and M6 toll, Birmingham and East Midlands airports are both within a convenient 40 minute drive. For outdoor pursuits there are an assortment of Golf Clubs and Equestrian Centres nearby, and both Cannock Chase and the Peak District National Park are within easy reach.



Verified Material Information

Council tax band: F

Council tax annual charge: £2796.18 a year (£233.02 a month)

Tenure: Freehold

Electricity supply: Mains electricity

Solar Panels: No

Other electricity sources: No

Water supply: Mains water supply

Sewerage: Sewerage treatment plant

Heating: Central heating

Heating features: Double glazing and Wood burner

Broadband: No broadband connection

Parking: Garage, Driveway, Gated, Off Street, and Private

Building safety issues: No

Restrictions - Listed Building: No

Restrictions - Conservation Area: No

Restrictions - Tree Preservation Orders: None

Public right of way: No

Long-term flood risk: Yes

Coastal erosion risk: No

Planning permission issues: No

Accessibility and adaptations: Level access shower and Lateral living

Coal mining area: No

Non-coal mining area: Yes

Energy Performance rating: D

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The village of Anslow is a small rural hamlet nestled within picturesque Staffordshire countryside. Residing within the village are two pubs and the Holy Trinity Church as well as the Moseley Primary School which feeds into the renowned John Taylor High School.Lying between Burton and Tutbury, Anslow's rural setting includes quaint cottages, a Norman style parish church built in 1851 and stunning dairy farm surrounds. Its immaculate gardens and floral displays have previously earned it 'Best Kept Village' awards. In the centre of this village there is a lovely family friendly country pub and dining, The Bell Inn, with a wide range of food and drinks. read more

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