Savills | Brockton, Eccleshall, Stafford, ST21 6LY | Property for sale
5,909 sq ft(548.96 sq m)
Guide price £1,700,000

BrocktonEccleshall, Stafford, ST21 6LY


    Key features

    • Wonderful opportunity to renovate a charming Grade II listed Georgian residence.
    • Lot 1: Brockton Hall (14.90 acres) offers in excess of £850,000
    • Lot 2: The Dairy House (0.20 acres) with planning for a 4 bedroom home. Guide Price £350,000
    • Lot 3: Brockton Hall Barns (1.28 acres) development opportunity for 6 barns. Guide Price £500,000
    • Additional Land available.

    Available as a whole or in 3 lots. An attractive Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse, together with a secondary home and a barn development scheme for six barn conversions.

    About this property

    • Brockton Hall and Barns is available as a whole or in 3 lots. An additional 35.33 acres is available separately.

      LOT 1: BROCKTON HALL (14.90 ACRES)
      Brockton Hall is a fine Grade II listed, early 19th Century residence of red brick construction, with pleasing and well-proportioned accommodation divided over three storeys. It is set in
      well-maintained gardens and benefits from extensive, unspoilt views over the surrounding countryside. The house will require substantial updating.

      Brockton Hall is a beautiful Grade II Georgian Farmhouse in need of renovation.
      The front door leads to the main reception hallway with doors leading onwards to the drawing room with sash windows, an open fire with a marble surround and mantle over; and
      a dining room with an open fire with mantle over, a sash window and a connecting door to the kitchen. There is a useful built-in cupboard for storage and a door leading to the cellar
      which is accessed via steps.
      From the inner hallway, there are further doors leading to an additional built-in storage cupboard and a living room with an open fire and bay window overlooking the garden.
      Another door leads to the garden cloakroom with a WC and hand basin; a breakfast room with a window overlooking the garden; and a connecting door to the kitchen.
      The kitchen has a four-oven Aga with a hot plate, units on two levels, a stainless-steel sink, a staircase leading to the first floor and doors to the pantry and rear kitchen.
      The rear kitchen has a door leading to the garden and parking area and further doors to a storage cupboard, utility, shower room and the garage.
      The main staircase leads from the hallway to the first-floor galleried landing and onwards to bedroom one, a double room with a sash window and connecting door to the family
      bathroom; and bedroom two, a large double room with a sash window and open fireplace with a tiled surround.
      An archway leads to the second landing area, with doors to a storage cupboard; cloakroom with a WC; bedroom three, a double room with an original open-cast fire and one window; bedroom four, a double room with built-in wardrobes, one window and an en suite shower room with a tiled floor, shower, WC and basin; bedroom five, a double room with one window; and a family bathroom with a bath, basin and airing/linen cupboard.
      A staircase leads to the second-floor galleried landing area and five large attic rooms: attic room one with an open fireplace and the tank room; attic room two with built-in storage
      cupboards and an open fireplace; attic room three with an open fireplace; attic room four with an open fireplace and ceiling hatch access to the loft; and attic room five with an
      open fireplace.

      Outside.
      Brockton Hall is accessed via a sweeping stoned driveway which leads to the front of the property where the garden is laid to lawn with shrub borders. The property can also be accessed via a second driveway which leads to the rear parking and turning area and a quadrangle, incorporating a lawned area with floral borders. This area is surrounded by the
      traditional ranges. The property benefits from a single garage with roller shutter door with an internal door leading to the house.

      LOT 2: THE DAIRY HOUSE (0.20 ACRES)
      The Dairy House is a two-storey red brick building converted to offices of approximately 2,000 sq ft, now with planning permission for residential conversion to a four bedroom home.
      Internally, the premises are arranged to provide offices and business space which includes the main open-plan office area with an open feature fireplace and doors to
      two individual offices; a storage cupboard; a kitchen with units on two levels and a stainless-steel sink; and two cloakrooms, each with a WC and hand basin.
      A staircase leads to the first floor and a further open plan office area with exposed beams and doors leading to two further offices or store rooms.
      Business rates: The rateable value of the property is £13,750. This is used to calculate the rates bill.
      There is a hard tennis court to the rear which provides the parking for The Dairy House.

      LOT 3: BROCKTON HALL BARNS (1.28 ACRES)
      Brockton Hall Barns is an outstanding development opportunity for six barns. Full planning consent has been granted for change of use for residential development into 6 units. Please see the development plan.

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    A rare opportunity to own a fine Grade II listed Hall with unspolit views over the countryside.

    Tony Morris-EytonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Brockton Hall lies approximately two miles from the small Staffordshire town of Eccleshall which has an array of shops, eateries and public houses, along with a monthly farmers market. The village and surrounding area is very well served by schools, sports facilities and other amenities and the larger towns of Stone, Stafford and Stoke-on-Trent are less than 10 miles away. The property lies approximately 7.5 miles from junction 14 of the M6 and Stafford station provides a rapid mainline connection to London and Manchester. Trains to London take about 1 hour 17 minutes and about an hour to Manchester.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the M6 Heading North on the M6 at Junction 15 take the A500 exit to Stoke-On-Trent/Newcastle-Under-Lyme. At the Handchurch interchange take the 3rd exit on to the A519 and follow for around 4 miles. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit continue to follow the A519 for 3.6 miles, turn right and then right again after just under 1 mile. The Postcode is ST21 6LY
    • EPC Exempt