Preston Vale, Penkridge, Stafford, Staffordshire, ST19 5RA | Property for sale | Savills
1,934 sq ft(179.67 sq m)
Guide price £825,000(€975,084)

Preston ValePenkridge, Stafford, Staffordshire, ST19 5RA

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Completed in 2016, this property has green credentials including bio-mass heating, underfloor heating, PV panels and rain water harvest system.
  • Situated in a wonderful plot to take in breath-taking views over the surrounding countryside and the River Penk.
  • Penkridge has a number of facilities including a doctors surgery, sports and recreation centre, shops, restaurants and pubs.
  • A great location for commuting with access onto the A449, M54 and M6 which is about 8 miles away.
  • Penkridge train station is on the west coast main line with links to Birmingham, Crewe, Liverpool and London.

A wonderfully situated property with green credentials and fantastic countryside views.

About this property

  • Riverside View is an extremely state of the art modern property, which was completed in 2016. Built from brick with a tiled roof, the property sits within it's own grounds taking in breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside. The property offers a wonderful lifestyle, along with a family home situated in a rural setting, about 1.3 miles from Penkridge.

    Brick pillars with double gates, provide access onto a generous driveway with plenty of parking for a number of vehicles. The oak front door, provides access into an internal porch where a glazed and oak door provides access into the entrance hall. There is underfloor heating to the ground and first floor, with radiators on the second floor. To the left of the entrance hall is a modern shower room and a separate study/bedroom four with a door leading outside to the garden. These two rooms could serve a dependent relative.

    The kitchen has modern wall and base units, with granite worktops, Miele appliances, a water filter and a Quooker hot water tap. There are two self cleaning ovens; one with a steamer and one with a microwave, a Fisher Paykel American fridge freezer, an induction hob with a wok ring, a central island with breakfast bar and an integrated refrigerated drawer. The sitting room is open plan to the kitchen providing space for a dining table. There is a wood burning stove with a marble fireplace, bi-folding doors leading to the gardens and a two person lift which rises to the first floor living room. The utility room is off the kitchen, with a sink and units, space for white goods and door leading to the patio area.

    Stairs rise to the first floor, where there is a separate living room with a multi-fuel stove and bi-folding doors which open onto a decked balcony with glass panelling, which wraps around the back of the house. This part of the house has been specifically designed to enjoy the wonderful views which extend towards the church. On this floor is a double bedroom (two), which has built in wardrobes and an en suite Jacuzzi bath for two people, which is controlled via WIFI. There is also a double vanity sink unit. Bedroom three enjoys lovely views towards the River Penk and has access to a separate shower room with a steam shower controlled by WIFI and a touch mirror.
    The second floor has the fabulous principal bedroom with built in wardrobes, Velux windows in the ceiling, amazing views and a separate en suite shower room with an electric shower.


    To the side of the house is the most wonderful patio area which has a brick built BBQ and pizza oven. This area, offers a fantastic space for al-fresco dining and those who enjoy cooking. There is a hot tub along with three large raised beds for growing vegetables, with a hard standing area extending off.

    A large shed with power connected serves as a workshop, with a further shed alongside with doors at each end as additional storage. Another shed serves as a garden store. The garden is mostly laid to lawn, with fenced borders. There are electricity points within the patio, the front drive and on the balcony.

    The double garage has electric up and over doors and the workings for the PV panels and bio-mass boiler (should you wish to connect to it). The oil boiler is also housed in the garage. Above the garage is a separate studio/hobby room with a kitchenette and a separate bathroom with shower and bath.

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This property really does have the wow factor!

Peter DabornProperty agent

Local information

  • Riverside View is located in a rural area of South Staffordshire approximately 1.3 miles from 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 Telford, 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 five 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Additional information

  • Services. Mains water, electricity are connected. Oil central heating. Sewage treatment plant (Klargester).
  • There is the option to link into the bio-mass system situated next door, with an agreement to share the pellets and cost of the bio-mass boiler, which can be discussed with Savills.
  • There are 16 PV panels on the garage roof with a FIT. Bringing in about £1222.00 per annum (2023).
  • Brochure prepared 12/2023- BTJ
  • Photographs taken 11/2023 E-House
  • EPC Rating: A
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F