Frostfields, Silver Lane, Marchington, Uttoxeter

Price: Guide Price £850,000


  • Attractive and Well Appointed Cottage
  • Standing within Formal Gardens and Grounds amounting to Approximately 7.6 acres
  • Range of Outbuildings
  • Open Plan Dining Hallway
  • Elegant Lounge
  • Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and En Suite
  • Three Further Bedrooms
  • For Further Information or to Arrange a Viewing, Please Contact the Uttoxeter office on 01889 562811

Full details

An Exceptional Property in a Very Private Location Standing Within Approximately 7.6 Acres


Frostfiedls stands at the head of Silver Lane which is a no through road on the outskirts of Marchington village to the South. Despite the privacy and seclusion, the location is extremely convenient for the facilities offered within the village whilst more comprehensive facilities are available in Uttoxeter (4.5 miles) whilst Burton on Trent is 10 miles, Derby is 17 miles and Lichfield is 16 miles away. Whilst the location neighbours the fringe of Marchington Industrial Estate, this is well screened from the property by mature evergreen trees.


Marchington is situated on the B5017 between Uttoxeter and Draycott in the Clay. From the A50 between Derby and Uttoxeter, take the exit onto the A515 towards Lichfield. Follow this road over the first roundabout into Draycott in the Clay then turn right onto the B5017. Follow this road towards Marchington and then take the first turning on your right into the village (Jacks Lane). Proceed to the centre of the village and then turn right onto Church Lane and having passed the church on your left take the right hand turn onto Silver Lane. The property is then situated at the end of the lane.


A particularly attractive and well appointed cottage style property in this secluded setting standing within formal gardens and grounds amounting to approximately 7.6 acres (3.086 ha). There are various outbuildings within the grounds including summer house, large garage/workshop and a useful and substantial building providing additional garage/workshop/potential office space. The house itself comprises entrance porch, large open plan dining hallway, elegant lounge, garden room, kitchen, utility room and at first floor level; master bedroom with en suite facilities and dressing room, wet room, bathroom and three further bedrooms. The property stands within formal gardens and grounds whilst to the west there is an enclosed paddock amounting to approximately 5.5 acres.


Entrance Door

Opening onto -

Entrance Porch

With low level store cupboard/shoe cupboard and leaded windows to either side.

Open Plan Dining Hall/Living Room

23' 8'' x 13' 11'' (7.22m x 4.23m)

With slate tiled floor and beams to ceiling. Two windows to front, French doors and circular window to rear, Victorian style radiator and stairs off to first floor. Two way facing brick fireplace (to lounge) housing a solid fuel burning stove with adjacent alcove and shelving.


18' 6'' x 13' 7'' (5.64m x 4.14m)

With a facing brick two way fireplace on to the hall, Oak wood floor, Victorian style radiator, window to front, recessed ceiling lights.


13' 2'' x 13' 0'' (4.01m x 3.97m)

With Belfast sink with adjacent bottled granite effect work surface with quaker style base cupboards and drawers under together with matching dresser unit and concealed appliance space. Victorian style radiator, slate tiled floor and recessed ceiling lights, appliance space for range style cooker with extractor canopy over, window to side, stable style door to the rear and window to front. Door to -

Utility Room

10' 6'' x 8' 8'' (3.2m x 2.63m)

With Belfast sink and adjacent wooden drainer with base cupboards and matching dresser unit, slate tiled floor, wall mounted gas fired boiler (calor), windows to side and rear and door to rear.

At First Floor Level


With two skylights, airing cupboard, Victorian style radiator and recessed ceiling lights.

Bedroom One

18' 3'' x 13' 7'' (5.57m x 4.15m)

With Victorian style radiator, window to front and en suite bathroom.

En Suite Bathroom

10' 11'' x 8' 10'' (3.34m x 2.7m)

With modern free standing bath in white with matching W.C. and wash basin and double width walk in shower with rain effect shower head. Tiling to walls and floor and ladder style radiator.

Dressing Room

With window to rear.

Bedroom Two

10' 11'' x 7' 7'' (3.34m x 2.3m)

With Victorian style radiator and window to front.

Bedroom Three

10' 6'' x 8' 8'' (3.21m x 2.63m)

With radiator and window to side.

Bedroom Four

12' 5'' x 7' 7'' (3.78m x 2.3m)

With radiator and polished Pine wood floor.


With modern free standing bath, wash basin and W.C. with wood panelling to dado level, ladder style radiator, polished Pine wood floor and recessed ceiling lights.

Wet Room

Being fully tiled with mosiac style tiling with ladder radiator, rain head shower and recessed ceiling lights.


The property is approached from Silver Lane via a five barred gate opening onto the driveway which passes to the front of the garage block, workshop/second garage and the house itself. The driveway continues to the south side of the property and curves back round to the east and back onto Silver Lane via a secondary entrance/exit.

Formal Gardens

Gardens extend to the front and side of the property with a variety of established trees and shrubs and a timber summer house set to the south of the property together with an adjacent patio area. To the rear of the property, there is an extensive garden area laid to lawn bounded to the north west end by a brook.

To the east side of the driveway, there is a further hardstanding area and access to -


36' 1'' x 13' 1'' (11m x 4m) Approximately

With doors to the front.

Second Garage/Workshop/Former Cinema Room

Standing to the west of the driveway with a hard standing area to the front.

Summer House


The land is an enclosed paddock extending to approximately 5.5 acres.

General Information


Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Gas is LPG.

Local Authority

East Staffordshire Borough Council, The Maltsters, Wetmore Road, Burton on Trent, DE14 1LS.

Council Tax

The property is believed to be within Council Tax band ' E'.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of, all rights of way, wayleaves and easements in existence at the time of the sale.

Tenure and Possession

The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

EPC Rating D


Strictly by appointment through the Uttoxeter office of Bagshaws on 01889 562811.

Garden room/Sun Lounge

18' 2'' x 8' 11'' (5.54m x 2.73m)

With double french doors opening onto the patio, two windows to the rear and two radiators.

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