Etwall Lane, Burnaston
- Fine Period Residence
- Gardens Extending to 1.24 Acres
- Wonderful Character
- Attractive Village Setting
- Southerly Rear Aspect
- Good Access to A38 & A50
- Prime Village Setting
- EPC Rating D
Burnaston is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and The Old Hall has a rich and interesting history, originally a half timbered 17th Century Manor House, it was re-built in the Victorian era to create the three gabled front elevation we see today.
Set in gardens of 1.24 acres the property enjoys a pleasant southerly rear aspect and offers generous accommodation of great character yet modern convenience.
Ideally placed for access to Derby and the A50/A38 for Nottingham, Manchester and Birmingham this fine period home is ready for a new family to enjoy for years to come.
A half glazed door leads into the hall with a fine period curved staircase off having balustrade and polished handrail with access through a cupboard to a small cellar below (currently sealed off).
There is a study with a period fireplace and attractive fitted bookshelves to either recess, two sash windows to the front and moulded cove to ceiling.
The splendid drawing room is ideal for more formal occasions with a fine period fireplace, two cross beams, sash windows to the south aspect and French doors to the side.
The inner hall is probably part of the original 17th Century hall with exposed beams and two sash windows to the front together with a fitted cloakroom WC having limestone tiled floor, revealed beams, a high level WC and wash hand basin.
The attractive dining room provides an additional reception room with a particularly fine fireplace having a deep brick tiled recess and stone hearth, a beautifully carved surround and mantlepiece over with a connecting door leading through to the kitchen.
Also from the inner hall a half glazed leaded door opens to the more comfortable sitting room again with exposed beams and brick fireplace housing a log burner on a stone hearth and two antique wall cupboards to recess with a square bay to the south overlooking a garden.
An inner lobby has an understairs cupboard and leads to the Provençal bespoke fitted breakfast kitchen with a very attractive range of country style units comprising base and wall cupboards with dresser style unit surmounted by Iroko hardwood block worktops with inset Belfast sink, chrome taps and tiled splash backs. There is a further inset Neff four ring gas hob with Bosch extractor hood over, Neff double oven and grill and integrated dishwasher and fridge. Tiled flooring, dual aspect windows and back stairs leading off to the first floor.
Off the kitchen is a glazed porch/utility having a wonderful glazed roof with quarry tiled flooring fitted with base units having plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dryer vent plus further integrated fridge and freezer, with glazed doors and windows to both front and rear and access to the studio over the garage. The studio offers a light and versatile space ideal for working from home, hobbies or crafts.
To the first floor is a very attractive principal landing with window to the front and period painted balustrade with polished handrail. The master bedroom is beautifully proportioned and includes a period fireplace and surround with south facing windows over the garden. It is also equipped with an en suite bathroom having a period inspired suite comprising a roll edge bath on ball and claw feet with mixer shower tap attachment, wash hand basin and WC.
Off the principal landing is a further inner landing with back servant stairs leading down to the kitchen. There are four further very attractive double bedrooms, three having period fireplaces and other period details, all served by a spacious family bathroom again with a period inspired suite comprising roll edge bath, WC, wash hand basin with tiled shower and glazed screen plus a large walk-in airing cupboard/linen storage.
The property is set well back off the road behind an attractive stone boundary wall with inset gate, deep front garden and lawns, well stocked ornamental borders and paved path enclosed by yew hedging with a fine York stone terrace to the frontage. Double wrought iron gates provide access to a spacious gravelled forecourt driveway providing ample parking and leading to the integral double garage opposite which is a detached brick former stable building providing excellent storage/workshop facilities with further potential having power and light, measuring 6.77m x 5.74m, containing the original stable stalls.
There are two garages (5.95m x 2.77m and 5.7m x 2.7m) each with an up and over door, power and light, one of which houses the gas fired central heating boiler.
The property sits in a plot of 1.24 acres comprising attractive gardens and grounds enjoying a wonderful southerly aspect and comprising a number of formal areas with York stone patio and terrace, stone steps and pathways, expansive lawns with colourful herbaceous borders beyond which extends further lawn areas with potential for a tennis court or croquet lawn. There is an attractive summerhouse together with a very useful detached brick garden store (being a former pump house) with WC, power and water.
To view this stunning country residence please contact John German Burton office 01283 512244.
Promap/Ordnance Survey Extract: For identification purposes only - not to scale.
Tenure: Freehold (purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the tenure via their legal representative).
Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas are believed to be connected to the property but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability. Broadband services are available.
Useful Websites: www.environment-agency.co.uk www.southderbyshire.gov.uk
Our Ref: JGA/09062020
Local Authority/Tax Band: South Derbyshire District Council / Band H