Offers in region of £599,995
The Mill House has undergone a complete transformation and has been lovingly restored to its former glory. Retaining some original features, to include exposed beams, open fireplace, cellar with original staircase and sparing no expense, the property is a magnificent example of an Edwardian Property at its finest.
With open countryside views to the front aspect, this impressive property is located close to the heart of Penkridge village, which has a full range of amenities, as well as the long established twice weekly market.
With its large dimensions, this lovely family home has the benefit of off road parking with extensive outbuildings and wonderful outside entertaining spaces.
Immaculately maintained, Mill House offers flexible and spacious accommodation to suit a range of family requirements. There is a separate entrance to the side of the property which provides scope for independent living and far enough from the main body of the house to respect each households privacy. For those with business requirements there are extensive outbuildings in situ.
The property dates back approximately 200 years and has a great amount of local historical significance; however the interior has been renovated to modern standards and has the benefit of full gas central heating, double glazed windows and multi-media surround sound.
Entrance Hall: This grand entrance sets the tone for the rest of the property with a bespoke mosaic tile flooring and oak staircase leading to the first floor.
There are stairs from this reception hall into the basement, which is ideal for development.
Lounge: This is a light and airy room with duel aspect and open countryside views to the front. It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the delights of the wine cellar, which can be found at the rear of the room. There are many original features to include exposed beams and wooden mantle.
Sitting Room: Set to the front of the property, this is a versatile room currently used as a home office/study. There are many stunning features, to include; high ceilings with cornice, original exposed beams, original wood flooring which has been fully restored to its former beauty and an open fireplace with an antique wrought-iron mantle with tiled surround.
Side Entrance: Offering access from the courtyard, leading to the rear hallway.
Hall: Leading to kitchen, utility and dining room.
Kitchen: A farmhouse-style kitchen complete with a quarry tiled floor, an inset log-burner stove and a Range-Master cooker. This is the hub of the household and is large enough for a table and chairs for casual dining. With views over the courtyard, this is a good place to sit and have a coffee with friends.
Utility Room: A good provision, with a Victorian style clothes-airer and a closet for storage.
Dining Room: A spacious dining room conveniently located adjacent to the kitchen and ideal for formal entertaining. It has the benefit of a wood –burning stove
This second entrance hall provides access to the dining room and stairs to the first floor.
This is a versatile space and the layout could easily convert the accommodation to support independent living, with the benefit of its own separate entrance.
Landing: Stairs leading from the main Reception Hall to bedrooms facing the front aspect and shower room.
Master Bedroom: A spacious master bedroom located at the front aspect with carpeted flooring and a feature wall. The ceiling has a decorative plaster moulding and centre rose for added interest and the attention to detail is continued throughout the first floor.
Bedroom 2: A good size room with carpeted floor and feature wall located at the front aspect.
Bedroom 3: A beautifully presented double bedroom with glorious views over open countryside.
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