Maer Estate Cottages is a very select development of charming, listed properties, once serving the neighbouring Maer Hall.
There are several fully furnished properties centred around a beautiful courtyard with a single parking space each and access to landscaped communal gardens.
Maer is one of the prettiest villages in Staffordshire with a rich history that includes the Wedgewood family, Charles Darwin and the Harrison Shipping Line.
Stabke COttage Two is a fully furnished two bedroom apartment in the stable courtyard of Maer Hall. Stairs rise from the shared hallway to the first floor sitting room, in turn leading to the kitchen and two bedrooms and bathroom beyond.
There is an option to have either a single bed or bunk neds in the smaller of the two bedrooms.
Accommodation briefly comprises:
Stairs from hallway to first floor landing
Large sitting room, twin seater sofa and two chairs. Flat screen TV.
Sink and drainer, four ring hob, oven under, washer drier, free standing fridge freezer. Circular table with four matching chairs.
Bathroom with white suite of bath, shower over, wc and wash hand basin.
Single room with sky light. Option for bunk beds.
Double bedroom with double bed, dressing table, wardrobe.
A deposit equivalent to five weeks rent will be bonded by the landlord in a TDS account.
There are additional charges of
Drainage and water £40pcm
Ground maintenance £300 per Annum for the courtyard and communal areas.
There is a single parking space with additional overflow parking by arrangement
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