A wonderful Grade II listed Tudor-built cottage set in the village of Blythe Bridge in the Staffordshire Moorlands.
With fascinating history throughout and providing spacious accommodation, this chocolate box Staffordshire cottage is just the place for families or friends to enjoy this diverse part of the countryside.
This picturesque cottage boasts original Tudor beams laced through the walls and ceilings, and low windows; a fascinating insight into the property's history.
The large kitchen with dining area provides a fantastic space to socialise and chat as one of your party whips up a tasty meal, while the sitting room with its huge open fire set into a large inglenook fireplace offers the perfect spot to relax and unwind after a long day of exploration.
Upstairs there is a large landing with seating overlooking the garden, three comfortable bedrooms and an additional toilet room.
Outside this Blythe Bridge cottage is a beautiful, enclosed walled garden with mature shrubs and various fruit trees.
There is lots of space to play safely and to enjoy a sunny evening meal.
The parking area at the property is discreet and not visible from the road and with an electric gated entrance this is a very secure area.
Blythe Bridge has a small selection of shops and pubs to enjoy, and a short drive will bring you to some very pretty Staffordshire villages including Cheadle, with its cobbled streets to explore, and Uttoxeter, if you fancy a day at the races.
A little further afield is Alton Towers, while the walking and cycling of the beautiful Staffordshire Moorlands stretches for miles, and beckons you to take in the scenery.
This is the perfect Staffordshire base to enjoy the area all year round!
About the location
Cheadle 4 miles; Uttoxeter 11 miles.
In the heart of rural Staffordshire sits the village of Stallington, 1 mile from the bustling little village of Blythe Bridge. Named after the River Blithe, Blythe Bridge is surrounded by lovely countryside and is perfectly located for visiting nearby towns and villages, and exploring the Peak District National Park. Thrill-seekers will be pleased to know that Alton Towers is just under 10 miles away. For train enthusiasts, Blythe Bridge is home to the Foxfield Steam Railway, and under 10 miles away is the Churnet Valley Railway. The fabulous Trentham Gardens is only 15 minutes away. With the whole of the Peak District so easy to explore, Blythe Bridge is the ideal year-round base, and with a huge choice of fantastic places to visit, this is the ideal location for any type of break - Ashbourne, Buxton, Cannock Chase, Crewe or Lichfield are all just 20-25 miles away.