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The Piggery Mill Lane

Lower Stonnall Barn Conversion Home

Sold (STC)

3

Beds

2

Baths

  • No Upward Chain
  • Grade ll listed
  • 3/4 Bedrooms with dressing room to master
  • High end finish through out
  • Front and Rear LED outdoor lighting
  • Structural Warranty included
  • Set in a gated development
  • Having Country Views

£700,000

Do you dream about escaping to the country? Imagine making your home in this 3/4 bedroomed, Grade II listed semi-detached barn conversion. Set in a secluded rural development of only five properties, this stunning home combines traditional features with contemporary design, creating an elegant, cosy, yet practical place to live.

Property Description

Access through a private electric gated entrance and find parking spaces for The Piggery in a designated area, plus ample visitors parking for family and social occasions. Enter through an inviting arched door to the hall, leading to the kitchen, dining area, and the lounge, and you’ll immediately see the high specification this property boasts. Note the oak internal doors, oak staircase, stainless steel ironmongery, exposed oak roof structure, beams and trusses, and underfloor heating throughout with digital thermostats and app control for remote operation out of the house. The kitchen/dining room is an impressive room, creating a central focal point to the property and designed for entertainment as well as cooking. It’s fitted with glossy cream units, contrasting black quartz worktops, and Bosch integrated appliances, giving plenty of storage space. Complementary pale floor tiles, French doors, a window over the sink, full-length windows to the front, and a high vaulted ceiling with original exposed oak timbers fill the room with natural light. The imposing island with storage on one side and seating on the other mark the separation between the kitchen and dining area. Move through to the lounge, continuing the theme of bathing in natural light from the double windows to the front and bifold patio doors to the rear. The vaulted ceiling with exposed oak beams, and the mezzanine above add to the light and spacious feel. The exposed, decorative brick fireplace adds a traditional feature and the log burner set on a curved slate hearth lets you know those cold winter days can be spent cosily together. We can imagine this room decorated and lit for Christmas and hear the delight and excitement of opening presents. Bedrooms are found at either end of the house. The master suite is off the inner hallway, beyond the utility room. An elegant, impressive-sized double room with exposed oak beams and ceiling spotlights, with a large dressing room/walk-in wardrobe attached. A shower room is off the hallway, serving as an ensuite to the master or could be used as a guest cloakroom. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are at the opposite end of the property off the hall. Both are comfortable doubles and look out to the block paved courtyard. The bathroom opposite serves both rooms. A serene place to enjoy a soak or wake up under the rain shower over the bath, with a neutral wet wall all round and pale floor tiles. A sink, toilet and heated towel rail complete the room. Take the stairs from the hall up to the mezzanine. This is a large space and could have multiple uses – a fourth bedroom, child’s bedroom and play/study area, a study, a library… so many choices! It has a wonderful view down to the lounge. A utility room is off the kitchen. Fitted with more units and a sink, it also has space for a washing machine, and tumble dryer, and an external door to the rear of the property - useful if you’re coming in with muddy footwear, children, or dogs. A gorgeous patio runs the length of the house to the rear, paved in pale porcelain slabs. Two lots of steps lead up to different levels, naturally lending themselves to distinct areas, whether for relaxing or dining. A low slate wall creates a border between the patio and the rest of the garden, which is laid to lawn. There are rainfall water features set into the wall – imagine relaxing to the gentle sound of a waterfall. Post and rail fencing marks the boundary, with pasture farmland beyond. The garden is currently low maintenance, but there is enough scope for a keen gardener to add their own design and still have room for children, or dogs, to play. This property is beautifully situated in rural Staffordshire, yet less than 30-minutes from Birmingham. In immaculate condition and with tasteful, neutral décor, it’s ready for you to move straight in. With enough room for a family and not too big for a professional couple, it’s a place that will appeal to a variety of lifestyles. The location provides all the natural benefits of rural living, wildlife, flora, and fauna all of which make for delightful outings.

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