This beautifully presented home overlooks the Trent and Mersey Canal in Brereton, a suburb of Rugeley. It has a good length of canal frontage with a decked seating area and a possibility of garden mooring subject to CRT permission. The house is in a convenient urban position, but mature trees and shrubs provide a charming backdrop to the canal views, sheltering the house from the industrial area on beyond the opposite bank.
The driveway provides plentiful parking, a detached garage, and a side gate to the rear garden. The entrance to the house is through French doors opening into a porch. This leads on into a small hallway. To the left is a spacious sitting room with an inset gas flame fireplace, a window to the front, and bi-fold doors to the rear opening to a fabulous huge conservatory. From this French doors open out to the rear garden. To the right is a spacious kitchen with a breakfast seating area, window to the front, and bi-fold doors to the conservatory. Off the kitchen is a utility room with a side door to the garden. This leads on to a further room overlooking the back garden and side, which could be used as a small double bedroom or, as now, a study. Also off the utility room is a cloakroom with a window to the front.
Stairs lead from the hallway to a long and bright first floor landing with three windows overlooking the back garden. To the right is a fabulous master suite with a bright through bedroom, walk in wardrobe, and en-suite shower room. Bedroom two is a good sized double to the front. Bedroom Three is a large double with windows to the front and side. These bedrooms are served by a bathroom to the front.
The back garden is stunning, fully enclosed, with meticulously cared for lawns and well stocked borders. There is a delightful seating area by the house and a further decked seating area overlooking the Trent and Mersey Canal. The garden also benefits from a garden room, formerly an attached garage, with French doors and a window to the side. The front part of the garage has been retained for storage.
Note that there is planning permission in place for a detached dormer bungalow on land to the rear of the house, which will be sold. The rear garden has been sectioned off accordingly. (See Cannock Chase Planning Department Application CH-18-266, completion late 2019).