A traditional detached house with a range of outbuildings standing in approximately 2.59 acres with a good degree of privacy and considerable potential. Viewing is essential to truly appreciate what this property has to offer.
The property is located at the top of Church Broughton Road, Foston which is a no through road thus affording the property a good degree of privacy. Basic facilities and amenities are just over 1 mile away in the village of Hatton whilst further facilities are available in the nearby villages of Hilton and Tutbury. Derby is approximately 13 miles away, Burton on Trent 7 miles and Uttoxeter 9 miles.
N.B. The post code will direct you to the adjacent road, Brook Lane.
From the A50 eastbound from Uttoxeter proceed towards Derby. Having crossed over the roundabout with the A515 take the 2nd exit on the left signposted Burton on Trent and A511. Follow this road towards Hilton and Hatton and then take the 1st turning left on to Church Broughton Road (before the traffic lights). The property is then situated at the top of the road on the right hand side.
A traditionally constructed detached house with the benefit of 2 conservatories either side. The property currently comprises entrance hall, living room, large breakfast kitchen, study area and the 2 conservatories whilst at first floor level there is a bathroom and 2 bedrooms (one having originally formed 2 bedrooms itself). Externally the property stands within gardens and grounds extending to approximately 2.59 acres (1.048 Ha.) with formal garden area and adjacent paddock. Within the grounds there is a substantial range of sheds, buildings and storage units.
Arched part glazed entrance door opening onto
with part glazed in the door with leaded lights opening on to
with tiled floor, stairs to first floor, under stairs storage cupboard and radiator, door to
12' 6'' x 10' 11'' (3.8m x 3.32m)
plus bay with UPVC double glazed, lights, radiator, ceramic fireplace, natural pine wood floor, picture rail and window to side.
22' 3'' x 12' 1'' (6.77m x 3.68m)
Overall with belfast sink and granite worktops and windowsill with tiling to walls, tiled floor, glazed panel door to side conservatory and further stable door to second conservatory and further sliding patio door to rear study area.
12' 7'' x 10' 8'' (3.83m x 3.25m)
with tiled floor
14' 6'' x 13' 4'' (4.43m x 4.07m)
with tiled floor, radiator and door opening on to the driveway/patio.
with wash basin, WC and radiator
Summer house leading off from kitchen
9' 9'' x 5' 11'' (2.97m x 1.81m)
with french doors opening on to the decking area and pond, and radiator.
First Floor Landing
With window to side and radiator
10' 11'' x 11' 7'' (3.34m x 3.52m)
With radiator and bay window to front
12' 4'' x 11' 6'' (3.76m x 3.51m)
With radiator, built in cupboard housing the hot water tank and further built in cupboard housing central heating boiler.
Bedroom 2 opens onto what was bedroom 3, which measures 2.19 x 2.31
With corner shower and multi jet shower, WC and wash basin with cupboard under, tiling to walls and to floor, electric wall mounted towel rail, radiator and recessed ceiling lights.
The house is bounded to the road by a stone wall with 2 sets of wrought iron gates opening onto car standing/parking areas. Immediately to the rear of the property there is a block paved patio area and a large ornamental fish pond, adjacent which stands a garage and to the rear of this there are a range of sheds and covered storage areas.
18' 11'' x 11' 11'' (5.77m x 3.63m)
With double doors to the front and double glazed double doors to the rear. The garage has the benefit of its own heating system and a radiator.
Mains water and electricity are believed to be connected to the property, LPG heating system and electricity. None of the services are, appliances, heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested by the selling agents.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves & Easements
A covenant is in place on the field at the property over a 25 year term with a 50% claw back.
Adjacent to the property there is a substantial area/compound comprising various structures formed predominantly out of containers, together with a static caravan and an L-shaped unit which is being utilised as temporary occasional accommodation. To the east of the buildings lies a grassed paddock amounting to just over 2 acres and laid predominantly to grass. The buildings and paddocks have a separate access from the road in addition to those serving the house.
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