Newton Solney, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE15 0SS | Property for sale | Savills
14,537 sq ft(1,350.53 sq m)
Guide price £2,250,000(€2,565,475)

Newton SolneyBurton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE15 0SS

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in December 2022
  • 19.6 acres of grounds, woodland and grazing land
  • Over 10,000sq ft of accommodation
  • Swimming pool with changing facilities
  • Detached two storey stable block
  • Internal one bedroom annexe
  • Highly desirable residential location
  • Central courtyard parking and 5 garages

An imposing country home, built in 1983, boasting a secluded position within this highly regarded and desirable village. Offering in excess of 10,000sq ft of accommodation including annexe.

About this property

  • Park Manor is an imposing country home, built in 1983, boasting a secluded position within this highly regarded and desirable village. The property is of an impressive design and proportions, offering in excess of 10,000sq ft of accommodation including annexe.

    In addition to the man residence, the well-appointed annexe provides superb secondary accommodation, accessed from the central courtyard and approaching 700sq ft of accommodation.

    The detached, two storey stable block to the east of the plot comprises three stables alongside a tack room and store. This building would also lend itself to conversion into an ancillary dwelling, subject to the necessary planning consents.

    Commanding, electric entry gates open up to a sweeping, conifer lined driveway, opening up to the imposing frontage of Park Manor and on to the central courtyard with a four bay garage. The property is entered via an impressive hexagonal vestibule with three elegant staircases leading to the first floor, which instantly sets the tone as to the style and quality of this country home.

    Kitchen – Attractive Clive Christian kitchen, cream in colour with black granite work surfaces and a central chefs island with breakfast bar seating. Appliances include two Miele dishwashers, Sub Zero double fridge with freezer drawers below, double Belfast sink and Britannia range style oven with 7 burner gas hob and extractor above.

    Breakfast Room – Entered via an arched doorway from the kitchen, the breakfast room presents an informal seating area enjoying a dual aspect view with oak panelling and decorative ceiling mouldings.

    Dining Room – The formal, dual aspect dining room displays an impressive, full height stone fireplace with inset log burner and ornate ceiling mouldings.

    Study – Situated across the entrance vestibule in the west wing of the property, the study sits to the front aspect with built-in cupboards and shelving with a central stone fireplace.

    Snug – Adjoining the study, also to the front elevation with a built-in display cabinet and stone fireplace.

    Drawing Room – A fine room boasting double height, vaulted ceilings with minstrels gallery landing above, a triple aspect bay window over the front of the property and an inglenook fireplace with stone surround, fitted with a Jotul log burner. A secondary staircase just off the drawing room provides access to the first floor accommodation in addition to the gallery landing above with store room off.

    Swimming Pool – Glazed double doors off the hallway lead into the pool room, a bright, vast room, incorporating a 11m pool with arched ceilings, three sets of French doors out to the rear, male and female changing rooms and a WC.

    The ground floor accommodation provides additional rooms including two WC's, utility room, large office, and a boiler room, the latter of which holds 3 recently installed Viessmann boilers.

    The first floor accommodation is arranged off the spacious reception landing, laid across three wings of the property with the principal suite occupying the south-east wing, incorporating a large, fully fitted dressing room, modern 5 piece en suite bathroom, separate WC and a triple aspect bedroom enjoying countryside views to the rear aspect. The north wing provides four further bedrooms and a family bathroom whilst the west wing offers a further bedroom, study, nursery, an additional family bathroom and a store room off the minstrels landing.

    Park Manor sits in about 1.8 acres of gardens and grounds, predominantly made up of well-manicured lawns. Attractive box hedging borders the front elevation, with a block paved seating area to the rear, leading on to a secret walled garden and the BBQ house, a brick built building with central brick BBQ and fixed seating around.

    The remaining 17.8 acres of land is classified as a mixture of grazing land and woodland.

    The internal courtyard provides access to four garages, a block of three interlinking garages and one separate garage with internal access via the boiler room. All garages are fitted with electric doors and benefit internal power and lighting. The block of three garages also provides a large storage area to the first floor. A further integral garage can be found to the rear of the stable block.

    The internal courtyard also provides access to the well-appointed annexe, providing secondary accommodation extending to about 700 sq ft of living space to include a dual aspect sitting room, a semi-open plan kitchen diner and a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a four piece en suite bathroom.

    NB. The 3.4 acre paddock to the north of the plot, bordering Farm Lane is subject to an overage clause.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

The potential Park Manor presents, alongside its delightful setting makes for an increasingly rare opportunity.

Luke BillsonProperty agent

Local information

  • Newton Solney is a conservation village with real charm and character, containing a church, two pubs, a post office and an Ofsted outstanding primary school. Repton, one of the country's oldest public schools is 1.5 miles away and it's preparatory school, Foremarke Hall can be reached within six miles. Newton Solney is well placed for commuting to Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Stoke on Trent and Birmingham, which are all within 30 miles, as well as East Midlands Airport. East Midlands Parkway train station is 19 miles away.

Additional information

  • Directions: Proceed west on the A50 towards Stoke-on-Trent and take the exit for Burton-on-Trent. Continue on the B1008 through Willington and Repton to Newton Solney. Continue past the Newton Park Hotel turning left into Newton Park and the private driveway leading to Park Manor can be found on the left hand side.
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: H