Energy Efficiency Rating
Current
Potential
(92-100) a
(81-91) b
(69-80) c
(55-68) d
(39-54) e
(21-38) f
(1-20) g
23
63
Environmental Impact Rating
Current
Potential
(92-100) a
(81-91) b
(69-80) c
(55-68) d
(39-54) e
(21-38) f
(1-20) g
33
66

The Old Stables, East Lodge Tutbury Road, Needwood, Staffordshire, DE13 9PQ

  • £300,000 Guide Price
  • Character Property
  • 2 bedrooms

Set within the idyllic hamlet of Needwood is The Old Stables, a charming and individual conversion benefitting from beautifully presented interiors, versatile accommodation including two to three bedrooms and a wealth of character throughout. Originally dating back to the 18th Century, The Old Stables forms part of the original East Lodge which was owned by the Mosley estate where it was built as the hunting lodge for Sir Edward Moseley of Rolleston Hall. The property is approached via a regal avenue driveway and has been upgraded to a superb standard quality with additions to include dry lining to internal walls, bespoke double glazed windows factory painted in Farrow & Ball and a refurbished conservatory with new windows and vaulted roof which was completed in 2019.

The interiors present much flexibility and comprise briefly entryway, open plan kitchen with dining or living room, cloakroom/utility, conservatory, first floor sitting room/bedroom three, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is parking and a charming cottage garden lies to the front. The Old Stables enjoys an idyllic and peaceful location within the rural East Lodge and enjoys open views to the front towards open countryside.

Needwood is a rural hamlet renowned for its tranquil surroundings and scenic countryside. The Old Stables lies just minutes from a number of villages and towns providing superb access to local facilities and is set within the school catchment area for All Saints Primary in Rangemore and John Taylor High in Barton under Needwood, both of which maintain an Ofsted Outstanding rating. The local village of Tutbury lies a short distance away and offers an excellent array of amenities including pubs, general stores, cafes, boutique shops, a post office and Lloyds Bank, as well as the historic Tutbury Castle. Locally, leisure pursuits can be found at the FAs St Georges Park where there is a gym, spa, restaurant and bar, and Burton on Trent is home to additional shopping centres, restaurants and a cinema. Rail stations in Burton and Lichfield provide links to Birmingham and London, the property is well placed for access to the A50 and A38 and the International Airports of Birmingham and East Midlands both lies within an easy 40 minute drive.

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