Energy Efficiency Rating
Current
Potential
(92-100) a
(81-91) b
(69-80) c
(55-68) d
(39-54) e
(21-38) f
(1-20) g
71
80
Environmental Impact Rating
Current
Potential
(92-100) a
(81-91) b
(69-80) c
(55-68) d
(39-54) e
(21-38) f
(1-20) g
65
75

Windward Main Road, Anslow, Staffordshire, DE13 9QE

  • £575,000 Guide Price
  • Detached Property
  • 5 bedrooms

An IMPRESSIVE and SPACIOUS DETACHED FAMILY HOME set on the rural outskirts of Anslow, benefitting from a WEALTH OF SPACE and FLEXIBILITY, FIVE SUPERB DOUBLE BEDROOMS and GENEROUS SOUTH FACING GARDENS. Enjoying an open aspect to both the front and rear, this executive detached home has been maintained to a high standard throughout its time with the current vendors and has been extended to create an open plan living and dining kitchen and stunning master suite to complement the already generous accommodation. The interiors comprise porch, reception hall, two reception rooms, open plan dining and family room, kitchen, study and cloakroom to the ground floor, with five excellent double bedrooms serviced by two en suites and a family bathroom to the first floor. Outside there is ample parking to the front as well as access into the double garage, and the south facing rear gardens enjoy complete privacy and are immaculately tended. Windward is serviced by mains gas central heating and full double glazing.

Nestled within idyllic Staffordshire countryside, the rural village of Anslow is a popular choice for families and couples alike. Within the village itself are two pubs, a picturesque Church and the Moseley Academy School which feeds into John Taylor High School in Barton under Needwood, both of which maintained an Ofsted Outstanding rating. The village has excellent links to local villages including Tutbury and Barton under Needwood, both having shops, pubs, cafes, a post office and more. The market town of Burton on Trent is a short drive away, where there are a number of additional convenience, health and leisure facilities. Public train services run from Burton to both Birmingham and Derby and there is a regular bus service providing access from the village to surrounding areas. The location is ideal for commuters, having swift access to the A515, A38, M42 and M6 toll.

Reception Hall 4.76 x 2.03m (15'7' x 6'7' )

Lounge 5.93 x 3.63m (19'5' x 11'10' )

Dining Room 4.74 x 2.87m (15'6' x 9'4' )

Family Room 4.83 x 3.10m (15'10' x 10'2' )

Kitchen 4.75 x 2.72m (15'7' x 8'11' )

Study 2.64 x 2.05m (8'7' x 6'8' )

Master Suite 5.96 x 4.75m (19'6' x 15'7' )

En Suite Bathroom 2.84 x 2.36m (9'3' x 7'8' )

Bedroom Two 3.93 x 3.66m (12'10' x 12'0' )

En Suite Bathroom 2.69 x 1.93m (8'9' x 6'3' )

Bedroom Three 3.66 x 2.9m (12'0' x 9'6' )

Bedroom Four 3.42 x 2.9m (11'2' x 9'6' )

Bedroom Five 3.2 x 2.97m (10'5' x 9'8' )

Bathroom 2.85 x 2.27m (9'4' x 7'5' )

Double Garage 6.18 x 4.68m (20'3' x 15'4' )

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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. read more

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