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Stone: 01785 814917 | Eccleshall: 01785 851886 | Nantwich: 01270 445678 | London: 02074 098503

Stone: 01785 814917 | Eccleshall: 01785 851886 | Nantwich: 01270 445678 | London: 02074 098503

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Offers in the Region Of £465,000

Hyde Lea, Stafford

  • A rare opportunity to purchase an exquisite three double bedroom character cottage.
  • A country style kitchen with solid Oak worktops and tiled flooring.
  • Marketed for the first time in three decades and located in the quaint village of Hyde Lea.
  • A low maintenance rear garden with a range of mature plants and shrubs.
  • Plenty of charming features throughout with white washed beams and log burner.

Call our Eccleshall Office on: 01785 851886 to arrange a viewing

Please do not mistake this delightful, deceptively spacious three bedroom cottage for a traditional "quaint" cottage, it's light, bright, spacious but still holds an abundance of character features and feels just like what you would expect of tastefully modernised character property. Oozing with history and charm having once been a row of four cottages dating back from the mid-nineteeth century, then by 1880 the last two cottages had become The Crown Public House. Years later the second cottage became the village Post Office. Today the Post Office has closed and the two cottages were converted into Hill Cottage, where is still stands as a quintessentially English cottage! Entering the property from the rear through the stable door you are welcomed by the kitchen that comprises: shaker style base units with solid Oak worktop, subway tiled splash areas, two double glazed windows to the rear, radiator, ceramic sink and drainer with mixer tap over, dishwasher, washer/dryer, oven, grill and hob with stainless steel extractor above, white washed beams and tiled flooring. There is also a pantry with shelving. The dining room is conveniently located off from the kitchen with cast iron fireplace with decorative surround, radiator, double glazed windows to the front and white washed beams. The living room is a large room that historically used to be the post office, the living room is a generous and bright room with dual aspect double glazed windows and a double glazed door to the rear, the room also benefits from having a log burner set into a brick built surround, two radiators and white washed beams. The inner hallway you shall find wooden flooring, stairs to the first floor landing and a door to the front. Making your way up the stairs and onto the first floor landing yous shall find doors leading to primary first floor rooms. Bedroom three is a a double room with a radiator and double glazed window. Bedroom two is a large double room with fitted wardrobes, double glazed window and a radiator. The master suite benefits from having a double glazed window, radiator and a shower room with enclosed shower cubicle, wall mounted wash hand basin and a double glazed privacy window. The family bathroom comprises: panelled bath with mixer tap and additional hand held attachment, W/C, pedestal wash hand basin, double glazed privacy window, radiator and decorative tile effect flooring. Externally the property continues to charm with a timber built garage and a low maintenance rear garden with a range of mature plants and shrubs, there is also off road parking. Dont miss out and call our Eccleshall office today on 01785 851886.


From our Eccleshall office head down the High Street/B5026 and at the roundabout, take the third exit onto A519. Turn left onto Stafford Road/A5013 and continue passing through Great Bridgeford. At the roundabout, take the fourth exit onto the southbound M6. At junction 13, take the A449 exit to Stafford (S). At the roundabout, take the first exit onto A449. Go through one roundabout. Turn left onto Barn Bank Lane. Turn left onto Hyde Lea Bank. Where you can find the property on the right hand side.


Hyde Lea is a village in Staffordshire, England. Hyde Lea borders the southern boundary of Castle Church parish. It is made up of a detached strip of land between Thorneyfields Lane and Burton Manor. The small village became part of Castle Church parish in 1881. The Village also boats a local pub as well as being a short drive away from a range of local amenities such as shops, bars and restaurants as well as being within links to the M6 motorway.

Agent Note

Please note that the plan shown is a newly mapped title and has been put forward to the land registry for final approval.

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