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239.23 sq m
Guide price £635,000(18.759.810.222 ₫)

BednallStafford, ST17 0SA

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in September 2019
  • Immaculately presented
  • Winner of Conservation Design Award
  • Fantastic communication links
  • Rare opportunity to purchase a unique village property

Beautifully reconstructed timber frame period property with exquisite modern interior.

About this property

  • This property is taking part in the Savills Open Houses event 2019. This is a day when properties across the UK open their doors to registered Savills buyers on Saturday, 11 May from 10am-4pm. Find out more and register to view properties by calling your local office or visit Savills Open Houses Event.

    Tudor House has been skilfully reconstructed from an original 16th Century barn, transformed compassionately into a contemporary home by the original owners and further enhanced by the current owners. Elevated from the road, it sits overlooking the church.

    Visitors are welcomed to Tudor House via an enclosed entrance porch of wood and brick, which opens into the main reception hall with solid oak floor and exposed brick. From this central reception hall, all areas can be accessed.

    The kitchen is custom built in ‘Pippy Oak' wood, with quarry tiled floor and granite work surfaces throughout the kitchen and utility room. There is a 3- door gas fired Aga, integrated Miele oven, Miele gas hob, dishwasher, microwave and concealed surface-level extractor. The utility room houses the gas fired boiler.

    The sitting room, flooded with natural light, has a cast wood burner set within a recessed stone fireplace, with a striking stone carved mantle. The dining room features a cast wood burner set within a brick fireplace, showcasing a wooden carved mantle. The study leads from the reception hall and has part exposed ‘A' frame oak beam.

    On the first floor is a landing area with airing cupboard, 4 double bedrooms and family bathroom. The smallest of the bedrooms is currently used as a day room (but could be converted to an additional bathroom) and overlooks the church. The master bedroom overlooks the private courtyard garden and contains bespoke fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room.

    The garden is beautifully kept, with established planted borders and a quite remarkable holly hedge running along the length of the front of the boundary. The paved courtyard garden is a delightfully tranquil space, and features a lovely stone wall with a wisteria growing along the length, and where the current owners have set outdoor garden furniture.
    To the front, side and rear of the house the garden is laid to lawn with planted borders. The double bay car port is found to the side of the house. There is security lighting fitted to the exterior of the house.

    Services: Gas Central Heating. Mains Gas. Mains Water. Mains Electricity. Mains Drainage

    Brochure prepared October 2018
    Photographs taken October 2018

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A truly unique village property.

Tony Morris-EytonProperty agent

Local information

  • Tudor House is located in the pretty village of Bednall (which won ‘best kept village' this year) close to the A449, Stafford, M6 and wider West Midlands' conurbation, yet offers the opportunity for a quiet village lifestyle.
  • Bednall is on the doorstep of Cannock Chase, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and recreational area for activities such as walking, cycling and riding.
  • Stafford is 4.5 miles distant and has a wide range of amenities, whilst Birmingham is 24.5 miles distant.
  • In Bednall there is a nursery, primary and junior school. Within commutable distance there are a number of maintained and private schools, including Stafford Grammar School, Yarlet School, St Dominic's Priory, Abbots Bromley and Denstone College.
  • Agents Note: Tudor House was reconstructed in 1992 from a 16th Century oak frame barn. Originally erected and then removed from Eardisley in Hereford. Reconstructed using a combination of modern materials and traditional techniques. The framing is held together with pegged mortise and Tenon joints, the panels are finished with lime render. Tudor House won a Conservation Design Award in 1995 awarded by South Staffordshire Council.

Additional information

  • Directions: Leave Stafford on the Newport Road A518 and continue to follow A518 for 0.3 of a mile. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Lichfield Road A34 and continue to follow A34 for 1 mile. At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Queensville A34 and follow A34 for 0.7 mile. At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Cannock Road A34 and follow A34 for 3 miles. Turn right onto Common Lane. Tudor House can be found opposite the church.
  • EPC Rating = D