Walking distance to town centre and railway station
Extended to the rear
Lounge and Dining Room - Long Kitchen
Excellent local schooling close by
Easy access to commuter links
Inspection Essential to Appreciate Generous Plot Size
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You can reach me by Railway - you can reach by A34 roadway - I don't care how you get here - Just Get Here As Quick as Your Can! Yes Mount Road is on the Market and what a 'Mountain' of a home this is. Occupying an eye popping size of a plot this home delivers on space and character - starting with the Entrance Hall having it's original Minton tiled floor, Large Extended Lounge overlooking the garden leading to the Dining Area with cosy real fire facility. The kitchen also benefits from an extention to the rear and there's a Guest WC. Impressive on the ground floor and equally impressive on the first floor with Two Double Bedrooms, super Single and Family Bathroom. Enjoying extensive views towards Staffordshire Countryside and having low maintenance garden with beds and borders, sunny seating areas, productive fruit trees and detached Garage. Being within easy walking distance of the town centre and all its vibrant market and nightlife together with Stone railway station - One Word of Advice - Book Your Viewing with Haste!
Entrance Hall (15' 4'' x 6' 10'' (4.67m x 2.08m))
The UPVC entrance door having opaque glazed panels to the centre and to the side leading into the entrance hall. With coved cornice to the ceiling, telephone connection point, stairs which rise up to the first floor, radiator and an original Minton ornately tiled floor.
Through Lounge Dining Room
Dining Area (14' 0'' x 11' 9'' (4.26m x 3.58m))
Having a double glazed walk-in bay window to the front elevation, coved cornice to the ceiling and radiator. A feature fireplace has a wooden surround, tiled hearth, cast inset and also having an open fire facility. There is also a fitted cupboard with display shelves above and an opening leads through to the substantial lounge.
Lounge Area (18' 7'' x 11' 8'' (5.66m x 3.55m))
With coved cornice to the ceiling, two ceiling light points and double glazed French doors giving access to the patio and entertainment area and affording views over the garden together also with the Staffordshire countryside beyond. There is also an opaque double glazed window and a feature fireplace with wooden surround and having cast and tiled inset and tiled hearth housing the living flame coal effect gas fire. Having a television connection point and a radiator.
Kitchen (17' 4'' x 6' 11'' (5.28m x 2.11m))
Having worksurfaces with a range of base units below incorporating both drawers and cupboards and a matching range of wall mounted units with under wall cupboard lighting. There is an inset stone Belfast style sink with an antique style mixer tap and the drainer is etched into the wooden worksurface. Having an integrated dishwasher together with an integrated freezer, plumbing for an automatic washing machine together with plenty of space for further appliances. A cupboard houses the gas central heating boiler. With tiled splashbacks, a recess suitable to house a range style cooker having an electric cooker control point, stainless steel splashback and stainless extractor hood. Two double glazed windows, one to the rear elevation and one to the side elevation. With a radiator, tiled floor and a UPVC door having an opaque double glazed panel to the centre leads into the side porch.
Side Porch (7' 8'' x 3' 7'' (2.34m x 1.09m))
Having windows to three sides and a door giving access out to the garden. With half height wood panelling to the doors and a tiled floor.
Guest Cloakroom (4' 0'' x 2' 9'' (1.22m x 0.84m))
Having a close coupled WC together with vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap and vanity cupboards below. With half wood panelled walls, opaque double glazed window to the side elevation and a tiled floor.
From the entrance hall a staircase rises to the first floor landing which has a double glazed window to the side elevation, coved cornice to the ceiling, loft access point to a loft being boarded and having two velux windows and light. Doors lead off the landing to all rooms.
Master Bedroom (14' 5'' x 11' 9'' (4.39m x 3.58m))
Having a coved cornice to the ceiling, radiator and a double glazed walk-in bay window to the front elevation again offering views over surrounding fields.
Bedroom Two (11' 11'' x 11' 10'' (3.63m x 3.60m))
Having coved cornice to the ceiling, double radiator and double glazed window to the rear elevation offering views over the rear garden.
Bedroom Three (8' 7'' x 6' 10'' (2.61m x 2.08m))
Having a double glazed window to the front elevation affording views over the surrounding fields. There is also coved cornice to the ceiling, radiator and a telephone point.
Family Bathroom (7' 0'' x 6' 8'' (2.13m x 2.03m))
Fitted with a suite comprising a panelled bath having a mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin with a mixer tap and a close coupled WC. There is a separate shower cubicle with glazed opening doors and fitted with a mains shower unit. The walls and floor of the family bathroom are tiled. Having a chrome ladder style heated towel rail/radiator, coved cornice to the ceiling, recessed ceiling spotlights and an opaque double glazed window to the rear elevation.
To the front of the property there is a low maintenance pebbled garden with deep beds, raised beds and borders which are planted with a substantial variety of mature shrubs together also with seasonal plants and specimen trees. The front garden is enclosed by brick walling. There are also ornate walkways and a driveway provides off road parking to the side via double ornamental wrought iron gates. The side garden is again low maintenance being pebbled with various walkways together also with raised shrub beds and borders again being very well stocked and also containing specimen trees. There is an external water tap to the side, bin store and a pergola. To the rear of the property, again the garden is designed with low maintenance in mind with various paved sunny seating areas together with a decked sun terrace and substantial well stocked borders and beds. There is an additional driveway for off road parking which allows access to the detached garage. One of the borders at the far end of the garden contains a vast variety of productive fruit trees and soft fruits. Including a greenhouse. The rear garden is enclosed by close board fencing. At various points around the garden there are views over the Staffordshire fields.
Detached Garage (18' 5'' x 10' 11'' (5.61m x 3.32m))
Having a remotely controlled roller shutter door together with electric light and power points and a personal door gives access into the garden together with an opaque window to the rear.
From our Stone office head south-east on Christchurch Way/A520 and turn right onto Crown Street/A520. Take a slight left onto Newcastle Street/B5027 and then turn right onto Margaret Street. Turn left onto Station Road and continue onto Mount Crescent and then onto Mount Road.
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