Enjoying an idyllic and peaceful setting overlooking open views is The Lodge Stables, an impressive character barn conversion showcasing a superb specification throughout, contemporary open plan interiors and five double bedrooms. Converted just two years ago, this immaculately presented home benefits from beautifully retained original features including brickwork and beams, paired with an excellent standard of finish including high grade insulation, eco-friendly air source heat pump central heating, under floor heating to both floors with individual room thermostats, LED lighting, a bespoke designed kitchen and many tailored fittings throughout including an impressive oak staircase with iron railing balustrade. The Lodge Stables is serviced by a combination of contemporary aluminium frame and traditional hardwood double glazed windows and doors and enjoys a most picturesque setting along a private drive with open countryside views to both the front and rear.
The spacious and versatile interiors comprise briefly reception hall, sitting room, study and an impressive open plan dining kitchen with family room, utility, WC and guest cloakroom to the ground floor, with three double bedrooms, a master en suite and family bathroom to the first floor. There is a fourth bedroom with en suite to the ground floor and an additional room offers potential use as a fifth double bedroom or playroom. Outside, there is parking to a private driveway as well as access into an oversized garage, and the property benefits from planning consent for a further addition to be made to the rear of the garage to create a workshop or ancillary accommodation (subject to approval). Beautifully tended rear gardens extend to a generous size and enjoy a idyllic outlook over fields and woodland and a further walled garden extends to the front aspect.
Set amidst rolling Staffordshire countryside and the National Forest, The Lodge Stables is ideal for those looking to make the most of their picturesque surroundings, with the stunning location giving ample opportunity for rural walks, cycle routes and equestrian pursuits. Newchurch is situated along the A515 just outside the premier hamlet of Hoar Cross, renowned for the Hoar Cross Hall Hotel and Spa and the Meynall Ingram Arms. An array of local villages provide comprehensive amenities including Barton under Needwood where a post office, shops, pubs and cafes, a Co-Op and sports club can be found, as well as the Ofsted rated Outstanding John Taylor High School. There are also an excellent array of independent schools in the area including Smallwood Manor, Repton and Lichfield Cathedral. Well placed for commuters, the A38, A50 and M6 Toll can be reached within a short drive, rail travel from Lichfield provides direct links to Birmingham and London and the International airports of Birmingham and East Midlands are both within a 40 minute drive.
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