We know what we are, but not what we may be…. An important and historic quote befitting an important and historic family home. Set in the beautiful village of Burston in Staffordshire, rural peace only minutes from local towns, commuting and amenities. Burston Lodge demands your attention. This suberb family home really does make you stand up, listen and look! This period house boasts a host of original features, large inglenooks and beams. A grade 2 listed building drenched in history dating back to the 17th Century, with seven wonderfully sized bedrooms, an ensuite and family bathrooms, three reception rooms all with incredible original features, vast country kitchen/breakfast room leading to a courtyard and extensive outbuildings with development potential. Both the original and the new section of the home are seamlessly married together, you'll be sure to enjoy many a year adding to its history. The large gardens sweep effortlessly around the house and courtyard creating a feeling of countryside living with privacy peace and quiet as standard. Rarely do we see such a beautiful bespoke home come within our reach.
Having a period feature window to the side and an interior window to the cloakroom, a quarry tiled floor and exposed oak beams.
Having an original Minton tile floor, doors to the ground floor accommodation, exposed oak beams, stairs to the upper floors and a double radiator.
Cloakroom 6' 9'' x 6' 2'' (2.06m x 1.88m)
Having a window looking into the porch and radiator.
Shower Room6' 7'' x 6' 3'' (2.01m x 1.91m)
Having window to the side, a suite comprising a close coupled WC, a pedestal wash hand basin, a tiled shower cubicle with mains power shower, fully tiled walls, a storage radiator and an extractor fan.
Sitting Room16' 10'' (into bay) x 14' 6'' (5.13m x 4.42m)
Having a bay window to the front and window to the side with the original wooden shutters in working condition, a Hollington stone inglenook fireplace with a multi fuel burner, a quarry tiled hearth, exposed oak beams, pine flooring and two double radiators.
Sitting Room24' 9'' x 17' (7.54m x 5.18m)
Having mainly double glazed windows to the front with French doors leading to the rear garden, a quarry tiled hearth with an oak fire surround and electric fire. Solid oak flooring and two double radiators.
Dining Room19' 1'' (into bay) x 12' 1'' (5.82m x 3.68m)
Having a double glazed bay window to the front, a stone inglenook fireplace with an oak mantle, exposed oak beams, built-in storage cupboards, solid oak flooring, a hatch to the kitchen and a double radiator.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room19' 9'' x 13' 9'' (6.02m x 4.19m)
Having a double glazed window to the side and doors to the rear courtyard and garden. A range of solid wooden matching base units with a solid marble work surface upstand and tiled splash backs, a single drainer sink unit with a mixer tap and an Aga range cooker with a double oven. Tiled flooring.
Utility Room3' 11'' x 13' 9'' (1.19m x 4.19m)
Having a double glazed window to the courtyard, worksurfaces to three sides and a tiled splashback, a Belfast sink, shelving and space for a fridge, freezer and washer/dryer. Tiled flooring.
Pantry12' 10'' x 5' 7'' (3.91m x 1.7m)
Having window to side and tiled flooring.
Laundry Room12' 10'' x 7' 3'' (3.91m x 2.21m)
With double glazed windows to the courtyard and a worksurface running along one side with a single drainer sink unit with a mixer tap and space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and American style fridge freezer. Storage heater.
Store Room10' 11'' x 5' 6'' (3.33m x 1.68m)
With a window to the side, a door to the courtyard and having power and lighting.
Having exposed oak beams, a large storage area, built-in storage cupboards and a separate airing cupboard, both with double doors, doors to all first floor accommodation, stairs to the second floor, 2 windows and a radiator at either end.
Master Bedroom14' 8'' x 14' 6'' (4.47m x 4.42m)
With a double glazed window to the side. Having double and single built-in wardrobes with overhead storage. Original stone chimney breast and cast iron fireplace, exposed oak beams and a double radiator.
Guest Cloakroom5' 10'' x 2' 8'' (1.78m x 0.81m)
Having a double glazed window to the side, comprising a close coupled WC, a wall mounted wash hand basin with a tiled splashback and a wall mounted bar heater.
Bedroom Two14' 6'' x 13' 11'' (4.42m x 4.24m)
Having a double glazed window to the side, built-in drawers and a pedestal wash hand basin with a matching tiled splashback. Exposed beams and a double radiator.
Bedroom Three14' 10'' x 10' 7'' (4.52m x 3.23m)
Having a double glazed window to the side, exposed oak beams, a stone chimneybreast, a pedestal wash hand basin and a double radiator.
Bedroom Four12' 9'' x 10' 9'' (3.89m x 3.28m)
Having a double glazed window to the front and side and a double radiator.
En-suite5' 9'' x 5' 9'' (1.75m x 1.75m)
Having a double glazed window to the side, a suite comprising close coupled WC, a pedestal wash hand basin, a shower cubicle with a glass door and an electric shower, fully tiled walls, an extractor fan and a double radiator.
Bedroom Seven10' 4'' x 8' 2'' (3.15m x 2.49m)
With a double glazed window to the side and a radiator.
Family Bathroom10' 5'' x 9' 11'' (3.18m x 3.02m)
Having a double glazed window to the side, a suite comprising a close coupled WC, a pedestal wash hand basin with a contrasting splashback, an enameled bath with wood panelling, an extractor fan and a heated hand towel radiator.
Bedroom Five13' 1'' x 10' 7'' (3.99m x 3.23m)
Having a double glazed window to the side, a large storage cupboard, exposed, numbered oak beams and a storage heater.
Bedroom Six8' 8'' x 7' 2'' (2.64m x 2.18m)
Having a window to the side, a large storage cupboard, exposed, numbered oak beams and a storage heater.
Having a beautiful garden surrounding the property (0.45 acres), mainly laid to lawn with an array of established plants, fruit trees and shrubs, a well, a greenhouse and far reaching country views.
Garage 15' 7'' x 13' 1'' (4.75m x 3.99m)
Having an up and over garage door, a window to the side, condensing central heating boiler (fitted Autumn 2013) and with stairs to the first floor. Power and lighting.
First Floor19' 0'' x 15' 7'' (5.79m x 4.75m)
Having windows to both the courtyard and field views. Power and lighting.
Stable15' 7'' x 6' 11'' (4.75m x 2.11m)
With a window to the side. Power and lighting.
Leave Stone town centre along the Lichfield Road, at the junction turn left onto the A51, take the next right into Burston Village and turn right, you will come to a fork in the road and bear left where you will find the property immediately on your left hand side as indicated by our for sale board.
Burston Lodge is conveniently situated in a village a few miles out of the market town of Stone, which has a wide variety of local shops, post office, bars and restaurants as well as having local Doctors and dentists. One attraction close to Burston is the Aston Marine, which on a summers day is the perfect place to eat, drink and admire the pretty marine and far stretching views. Furthermore, the property is placed in a excellent position for commuters with quick links to the M6.