Savills | Mansty, Penkridge, Stafford, ST19 5SA | Properties for sale
82 Ac
Guide price £2,375,000

ManstyPenkridge, Stafford, ST19 5SA

  • Recently sold
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Sold in December 2020
  • Stone built farmhouse with an attractive façade
  • Stabling currently let out as a livery business
  • Further, self-contained equestrian centre with separate facilities
  • Well located for commuting by rail or road

A Charming residential and commercial farm extending to about 82 acres.

About this property

  • Situated in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside, Mansty Farm has been owned by the current family for 27 years and comprises an attractive Georgian farmhouse with annexe flat, a contemporary barn conversion known as The Old Byre, a range of agricultural buildings and barns used for agricultural, equestrian and storage uses, set in about 82 acres.

    Situated to the western side of the farmyard, Mansty Farmhouse is accessed via a private driveway which sweeps to reveal the handsome, stone façade which enjoys far reaching countryside views.
    The well-proportioned reception rooms offer plenty of natural light and retain many original features including oak flooring, original panel doors, sash windows with shutters, bay French windows to the front, decorative cornicing and ceiling roses and open fireplaces.
    The farmhouse kitchen is fitted with a range of cupboards and units, Corian sink and work surfaces, an oil-fired two-oven Aga set in a stone surround and has tiled flooring. Stone steps lead to the larder with the original brick thrawls and the old cheese press. There is a utility room with stone flooring, the original Belfast sink, range and bread oven; an office; W/C; and door leading outside to the farm.
    The house has a dry cellar with two rooms and can be accessed either from the main hall or outside.
    The attractive oak staircase rises to the first floor off which the four bedrooms flow. The principal suite enjoys a dual aspect with fine views, fitted cupboards and a window seat, a dressing area with mirror-fronted wardrobes and en suite shower room. There are a further three double bedrooms, two with a dual aspect, and a family bathroom with a separate bath and shower.
    The gardens at Mansty Farm are mainly laid to lawn with well stocked beds and a selection of trees including sycamore, beech and a most attractive oak tree with a swing beneath. A stone ha-ha provides a boundary to the parkland beyond. To the rear of the property is a stone terrace and lawn area as well as a further terrace to the side. There is a brick built, double car port and vegetable patch.

    Accessed via a wooden staircase to the rear of the farmhouse, the flat is situated above the utility room and office. It briefly comprises a kitchen with fitted units, a sitting room, double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room.

    Converted in 2005, The Old Byre is located to the north western side of the farmyard via its own driveway to an ample gravel parking area.
    It is a modern barn conversion briefly comprising a kitchen with a range of fitted cupboards and units with an integrated oven, microwave and dishwasher; a utility room with fitted units and a door outside; sitting room with exposed beams and a door to the courtyard; and a dining room with a fireplace and French doors to the terrace. There are three double bedrooms, two with a ‘Jack and Jill' facility and one with an en suite shower room. There is a terrace to the front of the barn with lawn beyond which opens into the farmhouse garden.

    Mansty Farm has significant development potential. There will be an overage clause/restrictive covenant on the farm buildings. If planning permission was granted for residential conversion an addition payment of 25% of the increase in value will be payable to the Vendors for a 25 year period.

    The farmland extends to about 84 acres in total.
    The Soils are a versatile loam, Classified as Grade 3 under the MAFF Agricultural Land Classification Scheme and falls within a NVZ (Nitrate Vulnerable Zone).
    The Land is managed under various occupancies. These include approximately 16.35 acres let on an annual Farm Business Tenancy. At Present, about 22.46 acres are primarily used for horse grazing. These are individual DIY licenses whereby the individual licenses have use of a stable and access to this area of land.

    Approximately 10.82 acres is occupied by Rockstar Equestrian in stables, manege and paddocks.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

So rare to find such a enchanting residential farm offering a great life style and income potential

Tony Morris-EytonProperty agent

Local information

  • Mansty Farm is located in a rural area of South Staffordshire approximately 3.5 miles to the east of the thriving historic market town of Penkridge, which has a good selection of local amenities including supermarkets, independent shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and a local market every Wednesday and Saturday. The larger centres of Cannock, Wolverhampton and Stafford are within easy reach and offer a wider range of services and leisure facilities.
  • Cannock Chase, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is under 5 miles away and provides a remarkable habitat for wildlife as well as a variety of picturesque walks, bridleways, paths and trails.
  • For sporting enthusiasts, there are a number of golf courses in the area including South Staffordshire Golf Club, Perton Park Golf Club and The Chase Golf Club and Spa as well as horse racing in Wolverhampton.
  • There are a number of highly regarded schools in both the private and state sector including Birchfield Preparatory School, Stafford Grammar School, Chase Grammar, St Dominic's Brewood, Tettenhall College and Yarlett.
  • Penkridge is well located for commuting by rail or road. Junctions 12 and 13 of the M6/M6 Toll motorway allow access onto the road network for the West Midlands conurbation and beyond, as well as Penkridge railway station offering services to Crewe, Birmingham, London and Liverpool Lime Street. Alternatively, Stafford Train Station offers a direct service to London Euston in under one hour and twenty minutes. Regional airports include Birmingham, Manchester and East Midlands.

Additional information

  • Directions: Postcode: ST19 5SA From Penkridge: Take the B5012 (Cannock Road) out of Penkridge towards Cannock. After around two miles and at the crossroads, turn right onto Mansty Lane. Continue for just under one mile and the property is found on your left hand side.
  • EPC Rating = C