The Burnt Gate Hopley Road, Anslow, Staffordshire, DE13 9PY

  • £650,000 Offers Over
  • Detached Property
  • 5 bedrooms

Enjoying dual aspect countryside views is The Burnt Gate, an executive detached village residence offering generously proportioned and immaculately presented family interiors, five bedrooms plus planning consent for a loft conversion and superb outside space including landscaped gardens, parking and a detached double garage. Situated within walking distance of the primary school which feeds into the renowned John Taylor High in Barton under Needwood, both of which maintain an Ofsted Outstanding rating, and independent schools in the area include Repton, Lichfield Cathedral and Abbotsholme.

Completed in 2021, this individually designed detached home has received further upgrades to include a refitted cloakroom and master en suite (completed 2023), bespoke fitted wardrobes to three of the five bedrooms, a bespoke panoramic fireplace and media wall to the lounge, alongside landscaping to the rear gardens. The interiors comprise briefly oak framed porch and central reception hall, two spacious reception rooms, open plan family dining kitchen, utility and refitted cloakroom to the ground floor, with five bedrooms to the first floor serviced by a family bathroom. The master suite benefits from a private dressing room and an en suite bathroom. Outside, a driveway shared with one neighbour leads to a detached double garage and private parking, and the rear gardens extend to a superb size enjoying much privacy and pleasant views over open fields. The Burnt Gate is serviced by mains gas central heating and double glazed windows.

Nestled within picturesque Staffordshire countryside, The Burnt Gate lies just minutes away from the heart of Anslow, where amenities including a pub, the Holy Trinity Church and the Moseley Academy Primary School can be found. The primary school feeds into the renowned John Taylor High in Barton under Needwood, both of which maintain an Ofsted Outstanding rating, and independent schools in the area include Repton, Lichfield Cathedral and Abbotsholme. Anslow lies around 3 miles from the market town of Burton where there are a number of health and leisure facilities including shops, restaurants, a library, gyms and a golf and country club, and both the FAs St Georges Park and Hoar Cross Hall are within a short drive each offering a members only gym and restaurants. The property is well placed for access to commuter routes including the A38, A50 and M6 Toll, direct rail services are available from Burton to Birmingham and Derby and Birmingham International and East Midlands can both be reached within 40 minutes. Nearby Equestrian Centres including Eland Lodge and Marchington Field, and both the Peak District National Park and Cannock Chase can be reached in around half an hour.

Reception Hall 5.5 x 2.45m (18'0' x 8'0')

A spacious welcome to this executive home, having engineered oak flooring, stairs rising to the first floor with storage beneath and doors opening into:

Family Room 3.86 x 3.63m (12'7' x 11'10')

A versatile space ideal as a home office, playroom or snug, having a window to the front with pleasant views

Stunning Lounge 7.75 x 4.0m (25'5' x 13'1' )

A most impressive reception room having dual aspect bifold doors to the rear, a window to the front and a contemporary triple sided panoramic electric fireplace with media wall recess above housing space for a 70 inch TV

Open Plan Dining Kitchen 6.0 x 4.98m ( 19'8' x 16'4')

Another immaculate and generously proportioned space, being fitted with a range of gloss wall and base units with granite worksurfaces over, housing an inset sink and integrated appliances including Bosch dishwasher, oven, microwave and induction hob. A window faces the rear, there is a further integrated fridge freezer and the central island houses additional storage and a breakfast bar. Tiled flooring extends into the Dining Area where bifold doors open out to the rear gardens, enjoying pleasant views over the gardens and countryside beyond

Utility 2.4 x 1.6m (7'10' x 5'2')

Fitted with wall and base units coordinating with those of the kitchen, having inset stainless steel sink with side drainer and space for a washing machine. A door opens out to the rear gardens and the utility has tiled flooring. The Worcester boiler is also housed in here

Refitted Cloakroom

Comprising wash basin set to vanity unit and WC, with tiled flooring, tiled splash backs, further fitted storage and a heated towel rail

Stairs rise to the first floor Galleried Landing, having access to the loft, a door into the Airing Cupboard and further doors opening into:

Master Suite 5.38 x 3.99m (17'7' x 13'1')

A spacious principal bedroom having a window to the rear and fitted wardrobes. With private use of

Dressing Room 2.4 x 1.91m (7'10' x 6'3')

Having a window to the front and fitted wardrobes

En Suite Bathroom 2.35 x 1.95m (7'8' x 6'4')

Refitted in 2023, the bathroom comprises a quality suite comprising wash basin set to vanity unit, WC and double ended bathtub, with tiled flooring, tiled walls, an obscured windows, a fitted mirror with lighting and Bluetooth and a heated towel rail

Bedroom Two 3.86 x 3.63m (12'7' x 11'10')

Another double room having a window to the front with shutters and fitted wardrobes

Bedroom Three 3.15 x 2.87m (10'4' x 9'4')

Having a range of bespoke fitted wardrobes and drawers, and a window to rear enjoying rural views

Bedroom Four 3.48 x 3.25m (11'5' x 10'7')

A fourth double room having a window to the rear overlooking idyllic garden and countryside views

Bedroom Five 2.87 x 2.5m (9'4' x 8'2')

Having a window to the front with shutters enjoying rural views

Family Bathroom 4.0 x 2.08m (13'1' x 6'9')

Comprising wash basin and WC set to vanity units, bathtub and separate shower, with tiled flooring, half tiling to walls, a heated towel rail and an obscured window to the side

Outside

The property is set back from Hopley Road at an elevated position, highlighting idyllic open views to the front. The property has neatly tended fore gardens and a paved pathway leading to the front door, and a tarmac drive shared with one other property leads to the rear aspect where there is gated access into the garden and private parking. The drive gives access into:

Detached Double Garage 5.5 x 5.5m (18'0' x 18'0')

Having power, lighting and an electric roller door

Landscaped Rear Garden

Landscaped Rear Garden
Enjoying an excellent degree of privacy, the landscaped rear garden is laid to a paved terrace which wraps around the property, providing pleasant space for outdoor entertaining. The terraces leads onto generous lawns where a post and rail fence allows for pleasant views to the rear, and the garden benefits from exterior lighting, power points and a water point

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Anslow

Anslow

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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