Brooklyn Chapel Lane, Rolleston on Dove, Staffordshire, DE13 9AG

  • £950,000 Guide Price
  • Character Property
  • 4 bedrooms

Holding a prominent position within the heart of Rolleston on Dove is Brooklyn, an exceptional four bedroom Georgian residence set within a tranquil 0.3 acre garden plot including a self contained barn offering an ideal ancillary or rental accommodation. Dating back to the 1800s where it formed part of the renowned Mosely Estate, Brooklyn is a fine example of a historic property within this desirable village, showcasing a wealth of features including sash windows, original shutters and period fireplaces complemented by beautifully refurbished and extended interiors ideally suited to modern day family life. Residing within a Conservation area, this elegant Georgian home offers not only versatile living accommodation but established grounds including the detached Brooklyn Barn annexe and a garden room, with the gardens offering plenty of secluded space to appreciate the peaceful surroundings.

The immaculately presented interiors are approached via a traditional entrance hall with leaded stained glasswork, leading into two spacious reception rooms. The recently refurbished Orangery offers a formal dining space with idyllic garden views, leading in turn into the bespoke handmade breakfast kitchen, utility and cloakroom. Four double bedrooms are set to the first floor, being serviced by a modern family bathroom and principal en suite.

Outside, the grounds extend to a generous 0.3 acres enjoying privacy to all sides. Within the beautifully tended south-west facing rear garden is an insulated garden room offering an ideal work-from-home space or studio, with extensive lawns and terraces offering plenty of space for outdoor entertaining within this pleasantly tranquil setting. From Chapel Lane, there is access into a block paved the car port and to the rear of the main house.

Benefitting from its own walled rear garden and private entrance from the courtyard, Brooklyn Barn offers an ideal adjacent guest house, annexe for a dependent relative or Air BnB style rental. The single storey accommodation comprises briefly open plan dining kitchen, spacious lounge, utility and a dressing room leading into the family bathroom and double bedroom, with potential to convert the dressing room into a second bedroom with skylight (subject to relevant permissions).

Brooklyn and Brooklyn Barn lie in the heart of Rolleston on Dove, being within a few steps of an excellent range of amenities including popular pubs the Spread Eagle and Jinnie Inn, St Marys church, a Co-op, butchers, cricket club and post office. The property lies within the catchment for John of Rolleston Primary which feeds into De Ferrers Academy, with the recently opened John Taylor Free School also being within easy reach. A bus runs from the village to independent schools including Derby High School and Denstone.

Further everyday amenities are available within the historic village of Tutbury, home to a medieval Castle, an array of cafes and country pubs, an opticians, dentists and a general store. More comprehensive supermarkets, shops and leisure facilities can also be found in the local market town of Burton on Trent.

A location well suited to lovers of the outdoors, many rural walks and equestrian treks can be reached from the village, with the Peak District National Park being within a 30 minute drive.

Ideally placed for commuters, the village provides swift access to the A38, A50 and M6 Toll giving links to local commercial centres such as Derby, Birmingham and Nottingham. Rail travel is readily available from nearby Hatton (direct to Derby) and Burton (direct to Birmingham) and the International airports of East Midlands and Birmingham are both within an easy drive.

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Rolleston on Dove

Rolleston on Dove

Rolleston is centred around its beautiful brook, which runs willow-lined through the village and alongside Brookside and Burnside. Despite its name, the waterway is not the River Dove itself but a small tributary called the Alderbrook. Its course is further enhanced by ornamental piers and footbridges.Aside from its obvious natural beauty, Rolleston's attraction for residents is also due to its good range of amenities including Rolleston Primary School, a Co-op, newsagent, two churches and drinking holes the Spread Eagle pub and the Jinnie Inn. read more

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