Residing within a picturesque rural setting bordering the National Forest is Crabtrees, an immaculately maintained and beautifully presented countryside residence showcasing generously proportioned interiors, four double bedrooms plus study/fifth bedroom and an outstanding 0.77 acre gardens. Having received a thorough refurbishment in recent years, this extensive detached home offers ideal accommodation to suit either a growing family or those looking for single storey living, alongside a superb standard of finish and an extensive garden plot. Crabtrees has benefitting from upgrades to include a remodel and refit to the kitchen, refitted utility room, two new en suites and a new bathroom, as well as a new oil tank and boiler in 2021. The idyllic setting of Crabtrees combines the ideals of peaceful rural living with close proximity to nearby amenities and commuter routes, and this exceptional, individual home must be visited to have the secluded location truly appreciated.
The generously proportioned interiors extend mainly over a single level, with the reception hall firstly leading into the luxuriously remodelled dining and living kitchen. The breakfast area features an Orangery skylight and pleasant views over the gardens, there is access into the laundry room and double doors lead into the formal dining room. There are two further reception rooms including a magnificent lounge with inglenook fireplace and a versatile study which is ideal as a family room or fifth double bedroom. Three double bedrooms are set to the ground floor being serviced by two refitted en suites and a family bathroom and stairs rise to the first floor where there is a fourth double bedroom and a cloakroom enjoying elevated rural views to the front aspect. Crabtrees lies within an exceptional garden plot totalling 0.77 acre, having been landscaped to create extensive lawns and beautiful entertaining areas offering the ideal space to appreciate the secluded and tranquil location. The electric gated entrance opens into a driveway able to accommodation numerous and larger vehicles, and one manual and two electric doors open into the detached triple bay garage to the rear aspect.
Crabtrees lies on the rural outskirts of Edingale, a peaceful village community nestled within the scenic Mease Valley and National Forest. A past winner of Staffordshire Best Kept Village, Edingale offers amenities including a park and football field, the village hall which hosts regular activities and clubs the Mary Howard Primary School which currently feeds into the highly regarded John Taylor High in Barton under Needwood.
The local village of Harlaston is home to a post office, shop and the popular White Lion pub and restaurant, and additional amenities can be found in Tamworth, Lichfield and Burton on Trent. Well placed for commuters, the area provides easy access to A38, M42 and M6 Toll, direct rail links to Birmingham and London can be found from train stations in both Lichfield and Tamworth and the International airports of Birmingham and East Midlands are both within approximately 30 to 40 minutes drive.
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