19th Century – Stafford, England

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Added to OHD on 6/22/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   5 Comments
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Otherton Lane, Penkridge, Stafford ST19

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  • £299,950
    $397,793 USD
  • 9 Bed
  • 1 Bath
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A truly delightful eight bedroom former Farm House being Grade ll listed for it's architectural interest. The property dates back to c.1800s with later alterations and retains many of the original features of this style of property to include, cheese pressers, salting trays, bread oven, further ovens (copper removed), flagged floors and beams to the ceilings along with casement windows. To the outside of the property, large grounds can be found along with mature trees as well as a pond. The hamlet of Otherton is situated close to Otherton Lock on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal and is a few minutes drive from Penkridge with it's local amenities.

Accomodation:- Ground Floor: Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, study, side entrance, pantry, farm house kitchen, utility room, scullery/second kitchen, pantry/wine cellar, rear hall, shower room (no fittings), cellar. First Floor: Landing, bedroom one (en suite), bedroom two, bedroom three (en suite no fittings), landing, bathroom (no fittings) Second Floor: Landing, bedroom four, bedroom five, bedroom six, bedroom seven & eight, bathroom (no fittings) Third Floor: Attic room. Exterior: Gardens, mature trees, pond, parking.
Contact Information
Connells - Cannock
01543 500923 / cannock@connells.co.uk
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5 Comments on 19th Century – Stafford, England

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  1. Kristi E says: 48 comments

    Mine! I call dibs! How could anyone not want to live in a Hamlet called Otherton. As soon as I can convince my husband and kids, we’re moving. I’m guessing all the extra sinks are related to cheese making, and I’m intrigued by the shower room. This house has so much potential and Penkridge looks charming.

  2. Shane says: 1 comments

    Didn’t Hammond and May blow this up? 🙂

  3. Connie Murray says: 114 comments

    Be still my heart — so wonderful! So British! So never gonna happen but hey a gal can dream!

  4. Beatrice O'Connell says: 1 comments


  5. SueSue says: 528 comments
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    1802 Cape

    This is a fabulous place and I am sure comes with 2 or three ghosts to keep you entertained.


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