A DESIRABLE COTTAGE STYLE RESIDENCE IN THIS SPLENDID AND CONVENIENT SEMI-RURAL SETTING
The village of Rangemoor and surrounding countryside is quite possibly one of the most attractive rural settings close to Burton on Trent, with Corner Cottage standing midway between the village of Rangemoor and Tatenhill with very pleasant open aspects. The property stands on the corner of Tatenhill Common and Hyland Park Lane (giving access to just one farm property), the property enjoys pleasant open aspects whilst still being very convenient for the basic facilities and amenities in the neighbouring villages of Rangemoor and Tatenhill with more comprehensive facilities and amenities available in nearby Burton on Trent (4.5 miles). The A38 is less than 3 miles away.
From the A38,take the exit at Burton South and from the roundabout head in a westerly direction signposted Tatenhill. In the village of Tatenhill, proceed straight over at the crossroads onto Tatenhill Lane and follow this lane (which becomes Tatenhill Common) for approximately 0.8 of a mile where the property can then be found on the left hand side.
A particularly pleasant, well proportioned cottage style property in this outstanding location complimented by very attractive landscaped gardens. Tatenhill Common has always been considered a prime location, with the property itself offering very attractive and impressive accommodation briefly comprising entrance hall, cloak room, lounge, dining room, snug, large conservatory, breakfast kitchen and to the first floor; master bedroom with en suite bathroom, two further bedrooms and large family bathroom/shower room.
Externally, there are gardens extending to all sides whilst to the rear of the property, there is a detached double garage with room over together with a further drive way to the front providing additional parking.
With window to side, radiator, two wall light points and coving detail to ceiling.
With W.C. and wash basin, three wall light points, window to side and metre cupboard.
With stairs to first floor.
3.95m x 3.32m (12’11’’ x 10’11’’)
With fireplace housing log burning stove with beam over, doors to hallway and inner hallway.
3.65m x 2.99m (11’11’’ x 9’9’’)
With square Bay window to side, radiator, built in storage cupboard and three wall light points.
3.16m x 3.01m (10’4’’ x 9’10’’)
With radiator, window to side, coving detail to ceiling, solid fuel burning stove set into fireplace with stone flagged hearth. Three wall light points and glazed double doors opening onto:-
5.29m x 3.14m (17’4’’ x 10’3’’)
With four wall light points, coving detail to ceiling, radiator and French doors to the rear.
6.85m x 2.49m (22’5’’ x 8’2’’)
With Belfast sink and waste sink with adjacent polished work surface and brushed stainless steel mixer tap. Tiled surrounds, cream fronted base cupboards and drawers with integrated concealed dishwasher and concealed appliance space for washing machine. Integrated wine rack and built in concealed fridge, concealed radiator, matching wall mounted cupboards with under cupboard lighting and pelmet lighting. Glass fronted display cupboards and matching kitchen units doors giving access to a large concealed under stairs pantry. Appliance space for double width Range style cooker with extractor canopy over, tiled floor, windows to side and rear and door to side.
AT FIRST FLOOR LEVEL
With two wall light points and balustrade overlooking stairwell.
5.88m x 2.91m (19’3’’ x 9’6’’)
With radiator and fitted furniture with Oak wood doors comprising two double and four single wardrobes together with a glass panelled wardrobes, matching integrated dresser, windows to rear and both sides.
EN SUITE BATHROOM
Comprising corner air bath, W.C. and wash basin set into vanity unit, tiling to walls and antique style radiator with towel rail.
3.96m x 3.35m (13’ x 11’)
With radiator, original built in double wardrobe and window to side.
3.65m x 3.29m (11’11’’ x 9’9’’)
With radiator, cast fireplace and window to side.
With twin sized shower cubicle with tiling to wall, ornate twin pedestal wash basin with mixer tap, W.C., airing cupboard, radiator, tiling to walls, recessed ceiling lights and window to side.
The property is approached from the highway via electric double gates opening onto a sizeable block paved driveway providing ample car standing space.
To the side of the property, there is a large timber store shed behind which stands a further brick and tile store shed.
There is a small garden area to the front of the property, whilst to the side and rear there are attractive formally landscaped gardens with two ponds and a manmade water course providing the principle feature.
The gardens are laid to lawn with well established and well stocked borders together with large covered decking area to the rear of the property and a further decking area adjacent to the main pond.
To the rear of the garden stands a detached garage.
6.27m x 5m (20’ x 16’4’’)
Approached from Hyland Park Lane with a double width driveway giving access to a pair of twin doors.
To the rear of the garage there is a personnel door giving access to the rear hallway with stairs to the first floor room and door to the garage.
Whilst to the first floor, the room measures 5.7m x 3.93m (18’11’’ x 12’10’’) with double glazed windows to three elevations.
East Staffordshire Borough Council, The Maltsters, Wetmore Road, Burton on Trent, DE14 1LS
Tel: 01283 508000