Chantry Stables Thorney Lanes, Hoar Cross, Staffordshire, DE13 8QT

  • SSTC
  • £895,000 Guide Price
  • Detached Property
  • 3 bedrooms

Residing within the premier hamlet of Hoar Cross is Chantry Stables, a characterful converted barn set within an established half acre plot, benefitting from generously proportioned and impressive living accommodation including a designated home office, three superb double bedrooms and a delightful countryside setting.

Enjoying tranquil views over surrounding Staffordshire countryside, this exceptional barn conversion formed part of a handful of exclusive conversion and character homes, being within minutes of luxurious amenities and idyllic countryside pursuits. The barn has been immaculately maintained since its conversion in the mid 1990s, showcasing charming features throughout including exposed beams and brickwork, thumb latch doors and a traditional fireplace to the lounge, with plenty of scope to remodel or refurbish as desired by the next owners.

The exceptional Chantry Stables comprises generously proportioned interiors including two spacious reception rooms, a farmhouse dining kitchen and utility, with the lounge showcasing impressive tall ceilings, exposed beams and a quirky mezzanine library. Also accessed from the reception hall are a useful study/playroom, a walk in cloakroom and a guests WC, as well as pedestrian access into the double garage. The first floor landing leads into three oversized double bedrooms, with the master being serviced by a dressing room and en suite. There is a second en suite to bedroom two, a room with plumbing in place offers space for conversion into a family bathroom, and the principal bedroom lends itself to conversion into two separate bedrooms if required. Outside, beautifully tended formal gardens extend to 0.5 acre having both an orchard and a delightful wildlife pond alongside extensive lawns all bordered with tranquil Staffordshire countryside. A sweeping drive shared with one additional property gives access to an expansive parking area with access into the double garage via electric doors, and double gates give access into the garden.

Hoar Cross is a premier hamlet nestled within stunning Staffordshire countryside, renowned for its upmarket local amenities and idyllic surroundings. As well as the superb Hoar Cross Hall Hotel and Day Spa, the village is home to a historic church with additional amenities just minutes away at the local villages of Abbots Bromley, Yoxall and Barton under Needwood where shops, pubs, post offices and more can be found. The renowned Deer Park Farmshop and Café also lies just a few minutes from the property, and there are a number of local equestrian centres including Eland Lodge and Marchington Field. The hamlet is served by Ofsted Outstanding rated schools including the Newborough Church of England Primary School which feeds into John Taylor High in Barton under Needwood. There are also an array of excellent private schools in the area including Repton School, Lichfield Cathedral and Denstone College, all easily accessible from the property. Hoar Cross is well placed for access to the A515, A38 and A50, Lichfield offers direct rail links to Birmingham and London and the international airports of Birmingham and Manchester are both within an easy drive.

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Hoar Cross

Hoar Cross

Famed for its sumptuous hotel and day spa, affluent Hoar Cross is proud to combine rural living with little luxuries. The hotel itself is set in a 19th century mansion hidden away in 100 acres of glorious English countryside. As well as the health and beauty services, Hoar Cross Hall also boasts tennis courts, a golf course, lakes, formal gardens, bakery and patisserie, a local butchers and an Italian roof terrace and fine dining.The village of Hoar Cross is equally scenic, nestled in the hills of the ancient Needwood Forest. Jackson's Bank, a beautiful area of woodland located a little way from the village crossroads, is open for public walking and horse riding. Situated just seven miles west of Burton-on-Trent, Hoar Cross is also... read more

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