A stunning Stoke-on-Trent cottage with log burners and a barbeque kitchen has gone up for sale.
The 17th century detached home, on Longton Road, Trentham, has been recently renovated with no expense spared.
With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a detached double garage and gardens, the cottage is on the market for £450,000.
Nathan Cooper, from Butters John Bee, said: “There are very few ‘chocolate box’ style period cottages in Staffordshire, let alone in Trentham, and this is without doubt one of the finest examples we have ever seen!
“Dating back to the 17th century and having undergone a complete ‘no expense spared’ renovation, the property has been beautifully updated to combine the very best of contemporary living whilst still retaining all of the charm and features you would hope to see in a property of this period.
“Exposed brick and timber beams feature prominently in this gorgeous home, alongside many other features which have been carefully restored and improved.”
Here’s what you get for £450,000 at this beautiful cottage:
Fully enclosed entrance porch with wooden front door and quarry tile floor, original bench seating.
A spacious lounge full of character, which has windows to the front and side of the house, chimney breast with original period slate fireplace with decorative tile inset, tiled hearth and multi-fuel stove.
Original beamed ceiling and solid oak floor throughout. Two cast iron period radiators. Enclosed turned staircase to the first floor landing.
With solid oak floor, door to the kitchen and snug.
An exceptionally cosy study room, with heaps of character featuring a solid oak floor, beamed ceiling and chimney breast with raised brick hearth and wood burning stove. Ornate period style radiator.
Featuring a characterful period suite with reproduction ‘Thomas Crapper’ wash down closet and hand basin. Quarry tile floor.
A spacious kitchen with space for dining and entertaining. Exceptionally presented to combine the best of contemporary living whilst retaining character. The room has been extended to the rear featuring a tall vaulted ceiling with skylight windows, window to the rear of the house and French doors opening to a cosy courtyard patio.
The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of base cupboards with traditional style painted cabinet doors and wooden work surfaces with Belfast ceramic sink unit and mixer tap. Dual fuel range cooker with matching extractor hood, plumbing for dishwasher and space for an upright refrigerator/freezer.
Stone flagged floor throughout, period style radiators and exposed beams to the dining area.
Inner hallway with exposed beams and brick, leading through to the utility room which features storage and work surfaces, plumbing for washing machine and space for a dryer. Quarry tiled floor. Window to the front of the house.
Upstairs, we find three well-proportioned bedrooms, the master bedroom being complemented by a beautiful en-suite shower room, with a superb family bathroom providing excellent space to the first floor.
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Turned wooden staircase leading to an open landing with tall vaulted ceiling and exposed timber beams.
A large double bedroom which has a tall vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, windows to the front and side of the house and oak floor throughout. Period style radiator.
Ensuite Shower Room
Fitted with a stylish white suite featuring a walk-in shower enclosure with glass screen and thermostatic shower with oversize rain head, traditional style high level WC and a unique granite wash basin on wooden stand.
Travertine wall tiling to the shower area and matching floor tiling. Period style radiator, alongside exposed timber beams and period brick.
Double bedroom with windows to the front and side of the house, oak floor throughout, period style radiator.
Double bedroom with window to the rear of the house, oak floor throughout, period style radiator.
Beautifully combining modern living with classic traditional features; fitted with a stylish traditional style suite featuring bath, pedestal basin and high level WC.
Travertine tile splash backs and floor, tall vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and skylight window. Period style radiator.
Nathan said: “This property is just as impressive outside as it is inside, sitting on a generous plot with deceptively spacious gardens to the rear comprising lawned and gravel areas, including several outbuildings and even a Croatian-style outdoor barbeque kitchen!”
Occupying a deceptively large plot with extensive private gardens with lots of space for outdoor living. The garden is mainly lawn bordered by mature trees and shrubs giving a good degree of privacy from neighbouring houses.
Covered sitting area and a range of brick built outbuildings comprising Croatian-style outdoor barbeque/Kitchen area, storage spaces and outside W/C. Ample off road parking provided via a gravel driveway and;
Off road parking for several vehicles is provided via a gravel driveway and a double garage with power, lighting and electric roller door. The property is perfectly placed for transport links such as the A34, A500 and M6, whilst the idyllic Trentham Gardens are only a short stroll away.
A detached brick-built double garage with electric roller doors, power and lighting.
To arrange a viewing, please contact Butters John Bee on 01704 633100.