The Hollies, 16a Station Lane, Walton on Trent, Derbyshire, DE12 8NA

  • £565,000 Guide Price
  • Detached Bungalow
  • 3 bedrooms

Set in the desirable Derbyshire village of Walton on Trent is The Hollies, a well presented detached bungalow benefitting from deceptively spacious interiors, three double bedrooms and superb outside space including landscaped gardens, a detached garage and parking. Completed as an individual self build, The Hollies has been thoughtfully designed to create generously proportioned accommodation to both the living areas and bedrooms, offering accommodation ideal to suit those looking for single storey living in this popular Derbyshire village.

The interiors comprise briefly central reception hall with dual access to the front and rear aspects, modern dining kitchen, spacious lounge with multifuel stove and three excellent double bedrooms serviced by a refitted en suite and refitted family bathroom. Outside, beautifully tended corner plot gardens extend to the front, side and rear of the bungalow, with gated access leading to two driveways. To the rear there is also a detached garage, and the secluded gardens enjoy idyllic views towards the historic village Church spire. The Hollies is serviced by mains gas central heating and double glazed windows.

The desirable Derbyshire village of Walton on Trent lies on the scenic River Trent, being home to facilities including a historic Church, a gastro pub and restaurant and a cricket club. Also within the village is a Church of England Primary school which feeds into John Taylor High School in Barton under Needwood, both of which maintain Ofsted Outstanding reputation. The local village of Barton under Needwood provides further everyday amenities including a doctors surgery, chemist, post office and a choice of pubs and shops, and more comprehensive facilities can be found along in the market town of Burton on Trent and the Cathedral City of Lichfield. For further leisure pursuits, the newly opened Tuckleholme Nature Reserve lies within walking distance and the nearby Rosliston Forestry Centre offers activities including walking, cycling and activities including falconry, archery and fishing. The location is ideally placed for commuters, having the A38, A50 and M6 Toll close by and rail links from Lichfield giving direct access to Birmingham and London (in 80 mins). East Midlands and Birmingham international airports are also both within a 40 minute drive.

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Walton on Trent

Walton on Trent

Walton lies four miles south-west of Burton on Trent and boasts some attractive clusters of cottages as well as good new housing. The church of St Lawrence provides a focal point for the village and hides a thriving cricket club to its rear.It has two village pubs, one of which doubles up as a village store, and an excellent primary school. which feeds into John Taylor High School in Barton under Needwood. read more

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