Park View Tatenhill Common, Rangemore, Staffordshire, DE13 9RS

  • £430,000 Guide Price
  • 3 bedrooms

Enjoying an established plot and a desirable setting on Tatenhill Common is Park View, a charming character cottage benefitting from three reception rooms, three double bedrooms and outside space including stunning gardens, parking and a range of outbuildings offering excellent potential for conversion. Originally dating back to 1818, this charming countryside home features a wealth of character throughout alongside versatile living accommodation offering opportunity to remodel/extend as desired (STPP).

The interiors comprise briefly reception hall/snug with open fireplace and parquet flooring, fitted kitchen, dining room and spacious sitting room also having an open fire to the ground floor, with three double bedrooms and a family bathroom off the first floor landing. Outside, a courtyard and a range of outbuildings lead to the stunning rear gardens which enjoy privacy to all sides, and the outbuildings offer excellent potential for conversion into additional living space or a home office (STPP). The property also benefits from parking for two vehicles to a private drive, and the oil central heating system received a new boiler in 2022.

NB: in return for hosting the broadband modem for the three cottages, the property receives complimentary internet access (speed 80 mbps).

Park View is set in the desirable hamlet of Tatenhill Common, a rural hamlet set on the outskirts of Rangemore formed by a collection of country homes and character cottages, many of which were formerly part of the significant Bass familys 19th Century Rangemore Hall Estate. Rangemore lies around a mile from the property and is home to a Social Club, historic Church, the Byrkley Park Garden Centre and the Rangemore Primary School which feeds into John Taylor High School, both of which benefit from an Ofsted Outstanding rating. The recently opened John Taylor Free School is also around two miles from the property. Convenience facilities can be found in local Barton under Needwood where there is a post office, Co-Op general store, pubs, cafes and boutique shops, and the centres of Burton on Trent and the cathedral City of Lichfield both offer more comprehensive shopping and leisure amenities. Park View is well placed for access to commuter routes such as A38, A50 and M6 Toll, direct rail links to Birmingham and London are available from rail stations in Lichfield and the international airports of East Midlands, Birmingham and Manchester are also all within a convenient commute.

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Situated on a ridge of high ground commanding amazing views of the surrounding Staffordshire countryside, Rangemore lies in the heart of the ancient Needwood Forest - now the National Forest.As well as a charming parish church and primary school, Rangemore boasts having one of the finest garden centres in the area on its doorstep in Byrkley Park. The much-visited complex also contains a restaurant, homeware, seasonal gifts, a bookshop and clothing outlet.St Georges Park, staffordshire’s base for tha Football Association, also offers superb gym facilities, on site dining and a bar for members. Rangemore is also famed for its magnificent hall. Once the home of Michael Thomas Bass, head of the celebrated brewing company, it has since been... read more

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