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Wilmore House is a very well presented detached home situated in an elevated position in approximately 0.67 of an acre plot. The property is located in the attractive village of Hopton on the outskirts of Stafford having the most delightful views across rolling Staffordshire countryside. The house is an individually architect designed home built in 1964 by a well respected local family firm of builders. Hopton is such a convenient location affording swift road links to the M6 motorway network as well as being a short distance into the County town of Stafford which offers an extensive range of amenities. Wilmore House is approached via a very extensive driveway which provides ample parking and turning space. Large garage and delightful gardens to rear and front of the property. The property has Upvc double glazing much of which has been recently up-graded. Viewing is highly recommended.

Entrance Hall (12'11 x 10'8 )
A very welcoming spacious, light and airy entrance to this lovely property which is entranced via a composite front door with an obscure double glazed window to the front aspect. The hallway has cushion floor vinyl floor covering over the original light oak parquet floor. There are light oak panelled stairs leading to the first floor, security alarm panel (with remote), telephone point and electrical sockets for router/phones etc. Coved ceiling.

Cloakroom (11'8 x 2'11 )
The hallway leads to the cloakroom that has an ample coats storage area. The cloakroom is fitted with a suite comprising: wash hand basin, low level W.C, half tiled walls, ceramic tiled flooring, obscure glazed window to the side aspect. Radiator.

Lounge (21'11 x 14'11 )
A very spacious lounge, light and airy with large feature window that gives the most wonderful outlook over the large well established front garden and superb viewing of the countryside beyond. The room has a feature open fireplace with solid light oak surround, black marble inset and hearth (this is a working fireplace, regularly swept and certified). Large double glazed French doors overlooking the well established rear garden, matching double wall lights, ceiling lights, ceiling coving and two double fitted radiators with thermostat controls.

Dining Room (15'7 x 9'5 )
A very pleasant spacious entertaining room with feature window to the front aspect with open views across the garden and open countryside views beyond. Coved ceiling. Window to the side aspect, two radiators and telephone point.

Kitchen (13'9 x 8'8 )
The kitchen has fully tiled white walls and is fitted with a range of white wall and base storage units having co-ordinating working surface areas with inset one and a half stainless steel sink. There is an integrated Bosch electric oven, four ring ceramic hob with extractor hood above, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer. Picture window overlooking the well established rear garden.

Rear Porch
Door from the kitchen leads into the rear porch with Upvc double glazed door which leads into the rear garden, Ceramic tiled flooring.

Utility Room (9'10 x 8'10 )
The utility room has a single inset stainless steel sink with cupboards beneath and working surfaces, space and plumbing for washing machine, full height wall cupboard with storage shelving, double glazed windows to the rear and side aspect. Oil fired central heating boiler and ceramic tiled flooring.

First Floor (12'4 x 7'11 )
There is a turned staircase to the first floor landing which is a very good size and has large front facing window with excellent country views. Twin ceiling lights, ceiling coving and radiator.

Bedroom One (14'11 x 11'10 )
A spacious, light and airy double bedroom with a large fitted wall mirror, built-in dressing table with overhead make-up lighting. Large double glazed window to the front aspect with amazing countryside views. Radiator. Walk-in wardrobe 2.22 x 2.06 mtrs with ceiling light. Coved ceiling.

Bedroom Two (14'6 x 14'1 )
A large double bedroom with built-in double wardrobe, window to the front aspect with countryside views and radiator.

Bedroom Three (9'9 x 6'9 )
A large double bedroom with walk-in store room/wardrobe 2.96 x 1.97 mtrs with ceiling light. Ceiling coving and window overlooking the rear garden, radiator.

Bathroom (12'3 x 7'2 )
A good size family bathroom which is fitted with a suite comprising: Panelled bath, matching pedestal wash hand basin, fitted power shower in separate enclosure, walls are fully tiled having two fixed wall mirrors, two obscure glazed windows to the rear aspect. There is a good size airing cupboard with storage shelving and housing the hot water cylinder that is fitted with an immersion heater with timer for use when the central heating is not in use.

Separate W.C. (7'1 x 3'5 )
The W.C is fitted with a pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. Obscure glazed window to the rear aspect and radiator.

Wilmore House is approached by a substantial tarmacadam driveway, professionally installed less than two years ago that provides ample room for parking several vehicles at a time. The property is fitted with movement sensing security lighting front and rear and additionally has switched outdoor lighting to each corner of the house/garage for convenience. The soffits and fascias have been clad with Upvc to reduce maintenance, the guttering has recently been renewed with high capacity guttering.
The house has had professionally installed cavity wall insulation within the last two years.

Garage (21'8 x 9'1 )
Large garaging with high ceiling height of 3.58 mtrs. The garage has up and over door, power, light and radiator. A range of storage shelving fitted to the walls and a timber storage mezzanine 2.77 x 2.25 mtrs (9'1 x 7'4). There is also a personal door to the rear garden.

Front and Rear Gardens
The extensive front gardens are laid to lawn with hedging to the boundaries with mature trees and shrubs and having the most delightful views across to the countryside. From the front garden there is a continuation of lawn to the rear gardens which are terraced and also being laid to lawn, inset flower beds, mature trees and shrubs surrounded by substantial concrete and timber panelled fencing to the boundaries giving shelter and privacy, the property is in a very private position.

Outhouse for Fuels (11'5 x 7'1 )
There is a brick and tile construction outhouse in the rear garden that is sub-divided into two, one half houses the central heating oil tank and the other half is a separate room used to store coal and some garden tools. Both have separate lockable doors.

Mains water, electricity, drainage & oil fired central heating.

General Information
Services Mains water, electricity & drainage. Oil Fired Central heating

Council Tax Band F

Viewing by Appointment

For sale by private treaty, subject to contract

Vacant possession upon completion
Vacant possession on completion.

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