62 Cricket Lane, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS14 9ER

  • SSTC
  • £550,000 Guide Price
  • Detached Property
  • 4 bedrooms

Set within a generous garden plot is this well presented detached family home, enjoying substantially upgraded interiors, four excellent double bedrooms and a prime location on the outskirts of popular Lichfield. Having been recently modernised to include new windows, facias and guttering, a new boiler with Nest remote heating controls and a refitted dining kitchen, this attractive detached home offers well proportioned accommodation to suit any growing family with further potential to extend or remodel as desired. The interiors comprise briefly reception hall, study, two reception rooms, dining kitchen, utility and cloakroom to the ground floor, with four good sized double bedrooms off the first floor part galleried landing serviced by a master en suite and family bathroom. Outside, the generous plot is laid to a driveway with ample parking and a double garage to the front, with well tended gardens set to the rear enjoying much privacy.

Ideally situated for access to local amenities, schools, commuter roads and rail stations, this detached family home lies on the outskirts of the Cathedral City of Lichfield. Within this character city are a range of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, as well as the scenic Stowe Pools, historic medieval Cathedral and the renowned Beacon Park. The property benefits from convenient access to the A38, A51, A5 and M6 Toll, there are two rail stations (Trent Valley and Lichfield City) both providing direct links to Crewe, Birmingham and London (in 80 minutes) and the International airports of Birmingham and East Midlands airports are both within a comfortable drive. The property also lies within a superb school catchment area including King Edward VI.

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Lichfield is Staffordshires’ premier heritage location nestled in the heart of this beautiful county. The city is renowned for its medieval Cathedral and is also the birthplace of Samuel Johnson and Erasmus Darwin. Lichfield is superbly located and enjoys easy access to an excellent range of both leisure and convenience facilities including shops, restaurants, traditional pubs and a bustling nightlife.The centre of Lichfield retains an unspoilt charm with over 230 listed buildings in its historic streets. It hosts an array of cultural events including the incredible Proms in the Park and the annual Lichfield Music and Arts festival amongst many and offers recreational pursuits for everyone.The centre of Lichfield retains an unspoilt... read more

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