Moat Cottage Anslow Road, Hanbury, Staffordshire, DE13 8TU

  • £625,000 Guide Price
  • Detached Property
  • 3 bedrooms

Set within wrap around gardens totalling 0.25 acre is Moat Cottage, a charming detached cottage benefitting from recently refurbished interiors, three double bedrooms and an enviable position overlooking tranquil countryside views to all aspects. Having been thoroughly upgraded in recent years to include new Sapele hardwood windows and doors, a new oil tank and upgraded drainage (in line with 2020 regs), Moat Cottage offers superb further potential to extend without encroaching on the generous plot size (STPP), with permission already in place for a detached double garage with office above.

The interiors showcase original beams, exposed brickwork and oak thumb latch doors, comprising briefly country kitchen with Aga, two reception rooms, rear hall utility and cloakroom to the ground floor, with three double bedrooms off the generous first floor landing serviced by a family bathroom. The landing offers a useful study space, and the upstairs windows all enjoy idyllic views over the gardens and countryside beyond. Outside, gated access opens into a driveway for three vehicles, leading to a useful stable offering exterior storage. The gardens extend to the front, rear and sides of the cottage with post and rail fencing highlighting picturesque open views and the enviable setting detached countryside home enjoys.

Moat Cottage lies on the outskirts of the popular village of Hanbury, a charming rural location home to amenities including a public house and restaurant, Church and a playing field. The beautiful setting is renowned for outdoor pursuits and the picturesque Derbyshire Dales can be reached within a short drive. Further convenience facilities can be found in Tutbury where there are an array of traditional pubs, shops, cafes and the historic Tutbury Castle, and Burton on Trent offers supermarkets, shopping centres, a cinema and a train station. The property resides within catchment for the Needwood Church of England Primary in Newborough and the Mosley Academy in Anslow, both of which feed into John Taylor High School in Barton under Needwood which maintains an Ofsted Outstanding rating. The John Taylor Free School is also within an easy drive. The property is within easy reach of various commuter routes such as A515, A38 and A50 and the international airports of Birmingham and East Midlands both lie within a comfortable drive.

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A scenic rural village set within stunning Staffordshire countryside, Hanbury village is home to amenities including The Cock Inn public house and restaurant and a playing field, whilst the beautiful surrounding area is renowned for outdoor pursuits including walking, cycling and horse riding.In 1944, the village was made famous due to an RAF ammunition store explosion in nearby Fauld, which left a 250 ft in diameter crater in Coppice Woods, which can be reached via a relatively short walk from the Cock Inn public house.Further facilities can be found in Tutbury and Burton on Trent, having an array of traditional pubs, shops, cafes and other leisure facilities. The property resides within catchment for Newborough Primary School,... read more

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