A well designed and reconfigured detached period family home offering over 4,700 sq ft of extensive accommodation with a number of delightful period features, set in approximately three acres of beautiful surroundings with garden and woodland and enjoying a splendid, peaceful location.
Basford Hurst Cottage is a period property with attractive painted elevations under a pitched tiled roof. It was constructed in 1908 after the style of the Sugdens who designed many of Leek’s important buildings. Originally the Stable block for nearby Basford Hurst, it has undergone alterations and extensions over the years and now provides extensive family accommodation. There are attractive period features which include wood panelling, exposed beams and fireplaces to name a few. The majority of the accommodation is complete. However, some rooms remain unfinished, offering the opportunity for personalized decoration.
The property is fully uPVC double-glazed in a chemical coated smoke green colour. The heating and hot water have two separate systems with the original rooms having their own oil-fired boiler, whilst the extension runs via the Rayburn which also provides hot water and partial underfloor heating. A viewing is a must to fully appreciate the extensive accommodation along with attractive features.
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