This modern family home, built in 2017, will prove very popular amongst first time buyers and those looking for a long term move. Making full use of the space available, the builder has created a semi-detached home with an angled design that provides delightful kerb appeal and a driveway to the side for two cars. The extra land to the side allows for a good-sized private rear garden.
Moving in through the front door, viewers are brought into a fantastic wide hallway where there is plenty of room to remove coats and shoes. To the right is lovely decorated guest wc with WC and, beside that, an entrance to a remarkably open kitchen with dining area. The kitchen suite is a stylish modern fitting and the current owners have improved this further by upgrading from a gas hob to a very en trend induction hob. There is space for a fridge freezer and under counter space with plumbing for the washing machine. The kitchen also includes a handy storage cupboard that makes use of the void under the stairs.
To the left of the hallway is the lounge which is a fabulous long and wide rectangular shaped room with double glazed windows at both ends and French doors leading out to the rear garden. With the size of the dining space available in the kitchen, the lounge can be used solely for the family to relax and affords the space for a large sofa suite.
Moving upstairs, the angled landing area has a window looking out to the rear garden that provides natural light and from here there are doors leading off to all three bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is to the right of the landing and makes full use of the angled design to create a vast double room which the new owners will love. This bedroom is located next to the family bathroom which is another stylish suite that comprises of a bath with shower over, wash basin and toilet.
Bedrooms two and three are located to the left of the landing and are of a more regular shape. The second bedroom is another very generous double bedroom and has a large recess positioned directly above the hallway below. The third bedroom is certainly a third bedroom and those not needing three bedrooms for sleeping may see this as potential for a home office.
Finishing outside, the garden begins with a short slabbed patio before the lawn completes the remainder of the floor space. This makes the garden a blank canvass for those who enjoy a spot of landscaping. The whole garden is surrounded by wooden fencing and there is a gate through to the driveway. Nb - room sizes are shown at the bottom of the page.
Sherwood Drive is located between Cannock and Hednesford town centres and is a short drive away from the A460 thus providing superb links to both aswell as the M6 (Birmingham, Walsall & Stafford), the A5 (Lichfield, Brownhills and Tamworth) and North towards Rugeley.
The nearest train station to the property is Hednesford although it is on the same line as Cannock which is slightly further away to the south. The station is located on the Chase Line which runs from Rugeley Trent Valley to Birmingham New Street, passing through Cannock and Walsall.
Those preferring to take the bus will be delighted to find very regular services to Cannock and Hednesford located on nearby Crab Lane.
Schools & amenities
According to the Staffordshire Schools website, the property has no catchment school listed due to the short age of the property however Kingsmead Academy, Cannock Chase High School and Staffordshire Uni Academy are all located between 0.7 and 0.8 miles away. The much closer Chadsmoor Nursery, Infant & Junior schools provide education in the early years and are only a 0.3 mile walk. Although we have researched this information, it is highly recommended that parents check with the local authority to confirm catchment.
The property is perfectly positioned for shops and amenities as within short range is the Orbital Retail Park, the soon to be completed designer outlet village just off the A460, a petrol station, convenience stores and food outlets. Basically put, your unlikely to be short of anything!
Travelling north along the A460 will lead the new owners to Cannock Chase. For those that don’t know, this is a national park with aonb (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) status and therefore opens up recreational activities such as walking, running, cycling and riding.
Lounge: 15’10 x 10’6
Kitchen with Dining: 16’2 (window to window) x 14’8 (into point)
Guest WC: Irregular Shape, Not Measured
Bedroom One: 16’9 (to furthest point) x 7’7 (plus door recess)
Bedroom Two: 10’8 (plus recess) x 9’1 (plus door recess)
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