Oakview Main Road, Anslow, Staffordshire, DE13 9QE

  • SSTC
  • £370,000 Guide Price
  • Semi-Detached Property
  • 2 bedrooms

Overlooking tranquil countryside views is this well presented Victorian cottage, benefitting from extended living accommodation, two bedrooms plus a second floor studio/occasional bedroom and secluded walled gardens. Showcasing a wealth of character throughout including traditional fireplaces, original doors and a bespoke antique pine kitchen, this charming semi detached home offers deceptively spacious interiors ideal to suit a young family, downsizers or first time buyers.

Well proportioned interiors comprise briefly porch, entrance hall, two reception rooms plus study/playroom, kitchen, rear hall, utility and cloakroom to the ground floor, with two bedrooms and a family bathroom to the first floor. The second floor is laid to a versatile studio ideal as a home office or occasional bedroom.

Outside, Oakview benefits from parking for three/four vehicles to the front aspect as well as a single garage, with a delightful rear garden also housing a garden room ideal for conversion into a further living area or dedicated work-from-home space. The cottage is serviced by double glazed windows and mains has central heating.

Nestled within picturesque Staffordshire countryside, Oakview lies within a short walk of 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.

Anslow is around 3 miles from the market town of Burton on Trent 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.

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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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