Haselour House Haselour Lane, Harlaston, Staffordshire, B79 9JT

  • £1,795,000 Guide Price
  • Character Property
  • 7 bedrooms

Set amidst picturesque countryside is this elegant Georgian country residence, benefitting from spacious and versatile interiors, seven bedrooms and established south facing grounds totalling around 14 acres. Showcasing a wealth of character throughout, Haselour House dates back to approximately 1734 and has long been affectionately titled one of the prettiest houses in Staffordshire. The house originally formed part of the historic De-Trafford Estate which comprised 400 acres, a coach house and a walled garden, and this timeless Grade II Listed home benefits from a wealth of beautifully retained features including original sash windows, character doors, marble fireplaces and exposed beams. The rural position allows for views to the front and rear aspects over open countryside.

The interiors are laid over three floors plus a cellar and offer versatile living space and generous bedrooms. The ground floor comprises briefly original porch, grand reception hall, drawing room, dining room, study/snug, open plan dining and living kitchen, pantry and cloakroom, with a useable cellar to the lower ground floor. Off the first floor traditional gallery landing there are four double bedrooms (two with en suite) and a family bathroom, with the second floor home to three further double bedrooms, an office and shower room. Haselour House sits well in a south facing plot, having established formal grounds to the front, an orchard and two gated paddocks, all accessed via a secure electric gated entrance. There is also a purpose built studio ideal for use as a gym or home office.

Haselour House is nestled within rolling Staffordshire countryside part way between the rural villages of Elford and Harlaston. Its location allows for good access to both the A38 and M42 giving fast onwards travel to the further commercial centres of Birmingham, Solihull, Coventry, Nottingham, Leicester and Derby and there are everyday amenities available in the nearby town of Tamworth and the Cathedral City of Lichfield. Regional and national rail travel is available from both Tamworth and Lichfield where swift links to Birmingham, London and further afield can be found and the International Airports of Birmingham and East Midlands are also within a comfortable commute. The property lies within catchment for the Howard Primary school in Elford and there are a prestigious range of independent schools in the area including Twycross House, Lichfield Cathedral School, Repton and Foremarke Preparatory.

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Set in the heart of rural Staffordshire, the pretty village of Harlaston offers a good array of amenities in the form of a post office, village store and pub, the latter perched unusually on its own triangular plot in the middle of crossroads.With a river running through its centre, Harlaston is something of an idyllic spot and, with an eclectic mix of traditional and new-build housing and beautiful gardens, it regularly and deservedly wins Best Kept Small Villages titles. read more

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