The Old Rectory is a classic example of a Grade II listed Georgian property with fine architectural features making a light, contemporary living space. Built in 1760, the property has unusually intricate plasterwork, mouldings, marble open fireplaces and large sash windows.
The impressive reception hall has wonderful parquet flooring and leads to the sweeping cantilevered staircase with its mahogany handrail while the drawing room and dining room benefit from high moulded ceilings, deep sash windows with shutters, and magnificent fireplaces. Upstairs the six individual style bedrooms are found off the elegant landing.
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Accommodation in total comprises: reception hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, contemporary kitchen/breakfast room, study, galleried landing, six bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Outside the house has a private part-walled garden which is primarily laid to lawn with a productive kitchen garden surrounded by a number of mature trees and shrubs.
The house is situated on the High Street in Newport, which is renowned for its excellent schools and good amenities. An historic market town, Newport also has easy access to the M54 and Stafford station (12 miles) has direct trains to London.
The guide price is £785,000. For further information please contact Savills on 01952 239 500 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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