This immaculate town house is set in a wonderful plot at the end of a cul-de-sac. It benefits from a particularly wide frontage with views over the Trent and Mersey Canal, and a first floor balcony where you can relax and gongoozle to your heart’s content. It is conveniently located in Stone, within fifteen minutes’ walk of the town centre and its excellent facilities, and with beautiful walks along the canal on your doorstep.
The house cleverly masquerades as a detached house as you approach it from the front, although it actually adjoins another property to the rear. It has central driveway providing off road parking to the front of the property. To the left of the driveway is a path to the front door and a lawned garden edged with mature shrubs and a lovely tree. To the right of the driveway is an additional lawned garden with views over the canal and beyond this, a gravel area for additional parking. A gate from the lawn on the left leads into a the private garden to the side of the house.
The current owner has paid great attention to detail, creating a real gem, with luxury touches throughout. The front door is set under a storm porch and open to a spacious entrance hall with stairs rising to the upper floors, The former cloakroom has been converted into a laundry room. The dining room is to the right, and a door ahead leads into a luxurious modern kitchen. Both of these rooms benefit from views over the canal to the front. The kitchen is open plan through to a fabulous conservatory overlooking the private side garden. The conservatory has plenty of space for entertining, and benefits from a superb log burning stove which allows for comfortable and cosy all year use.
The sitting room is on the first floor, to take full advantage of the views. French doors open out to a balcony enclosed by ornate wrought iron railings. From here there are far reaching views over the canal and countryside beyond. The second bedroom is to the rear of the first floor with a separate cloakroom to the side. Stairs rise from the landing to the second floor, where there is a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room, a third bedroom, and a separate bathroom. There are doors to this bathroom both from the landing and from the third bedroom, so it can be used as an en-suite if required.
The side garden is a good size, part walled and part fenced for privacy, with a lawn, paved and gravelled areas, and a garden shed. A raised decked area provides views of the passing narrowboats over the front wall.