Scalpcliffe Road, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE15
- Edwardian Property
- Grand Staircase & High Ceilings
- Large Living Room/Dining Room
- Study/Snug With Log Burner
- 5 Spacious Bedrooms
- Large Family Bathroom & Master With Ensuite
- Extensive Gardens To Rear
- Sought After Location
- Viewing Essential
A perfect blend of history, character, and modern living awaits. Enquire through our EweMove website for an exclusive viewing.
Step through the ornate stained glass entrance door into a grand reception hall adorned with the original flooring, where a splendid staircase leads to a gallery landing.
The living room unfolds as a breath-taking spectacle with its lofty ceilings, picture rail, and a feature gas fireplace. A double glazed bay window, crowned with French doors, opens to reveal the enchanting rear garden. Bi-fold style doors with beautiful stained glass windows above lead through to:
The dining room, a space mirroring the elegance of the living room with its picture rail, open fireplace, and original framed bay window.
The study/snug beckons, offering a haven for work or relaxation beside the log burner. Noteworthy features include cornicing, unique curved edging, and an original framed bay window that frames picturesque views.
Located in the hallway, fitted with a white close coupled w.c. and wash hand basin, and part tiled walls.
Fitted with base and eye level units, roll edge work surfaces with inset sink and drainer unit, space for range style cooker (included in the sale), integral appliances include dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Tiled floor with underfloor heating, large double glazed window and door overlooking rear gardens. Door to:
UTILITY 2.36m(7'9'') x 1.14m(3'9'')
L-shaped utility with a storage cupboard with sliding full height doors, base unit with work surfaces over incorporating sink, space for appliances and single glazed window to rear.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Ascend the grand staircase to the first-floor landing, where a galleried space with ornate frosted glass leads to five distinctive bedrooms.
The master bedroom, a spacious retreat, features original sash windows, fitted wardrobes, and elegant cornicing. Its ensuite is a traditional sanctuary with a walk-in shower cubicle, vanity unit with washbasin, bidet, and close-coupled w.c. Bedrooms two, three, and four offer generous proportions, each boasting unique features such as fitted wardrobes, dressing tables, and picturesque windows.
The fifth bedroom, a charming single, presents versatility as an ideal dressing room, conveniently accessible from the master bedroom.
The family bathroom completes the upper level with a luxurious four-piece suite, including a Jacuzzi bath, separate shower cubicle, vanity washbasin, and close-coupled w.c.
OUTSIDE FRONT & REAR
Outside, the property is framed by a dwarf brick wall, leading to a block-paved drive providing ample parking. The rear gardens enchant with mature landscapes, featuring a paved patio, expansive lawns, and shrubbed gardens against a backdrop of open countryside.
The Scalpcliffe Road postcode has long been one of Burton's most popular residential areas due to the varied selection of charming period homes and also the ease of access to Burton town centre which offers a full selection of amenities including retail outlets, leisure facilities, retail parks, restaurants and bars. Also within easy reach is schooling at all levels. The property is also close to Burton Squash and Tennis Club together with pleasant walks along the banks of the River Trent.
Located on the outskirts of Burton, the M42 motorway gives access to the Midlands cities of Derby, Nottingham, Leicester and Birmingham. Regional and national rail travel is readily available from Burton-on-Trent, providing direct links to major cities and international airports such as Birmingham and East Midlands are readily accessible.