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Price £369,950

205, Newton Road, Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE15 0TU
7 Bedroomed Semi-Detached House

Key Features

  • Stunning period residence
  • Elevated location with views of the Washlands and of the River Trent
  • Many character features
  • Three lovely reception rooms and conservatory
  • Dining kitchen with aga
  • Utility and guest cloakroom with majestic w.c
  • Six/ seven bedrooms, bathroom and shower room
  • Courtyard and front terrace
  • Tiered rear garden and drive



This beautifully presented residence offers extensive accommodation and is presented to a high standard with lots of attention to the period features including moulded cornices, stripped doors, Minton tiled floors to name a few. Internally the property boasts an impressive entrance hall with Minton tiled floor, a drawing room with a large bay window overlooking the washlands, a dining room/music room with doors opening into the conservatory, morning room with access to cellar and a second staircase to the first floor, large breakfast kitchen with an Aga, rear lobby, utility, guest cloakroom with majestic toilet surround and boot room. To the first floor a landing leads to a master bedroom with a dressing room off, two further double bedrooms, two single bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate shower room. On the second floor a further landing leads to a further double bedroom and an additional large bedroom or party room as is currently used by the vendors.

Outside are gardens and terraces to the front and rear as well as a lawn to the rear. A driveway provides parking for several vehicles.

A stunning property that only an internal inspection will reveal.


The property is a short walk from attractive riverside walks and a public house. The town of Burton upon Trent is easily accessible via car where a complete range of services are available.



Provides access to:


With reception door opening through to:

RECEPTION HALLWAY  -  1.48m min 2.20m max x 6.37m (4'10" min 7'3" max x 20'11")

A lovely hallway full of character with moulded cornice, Minton tiled flooring and stripped doors opening through to the accommodation beyond.

DRAWING ROOM  -  4.037m excluding bay x 4.56m into chimney breast (13'3" ex cluding bay x 15'0" into chimney breast)

Having a deep cant bay window to the front, feature marble fireplace inset with a cast iron open grate with marble hearth. Door to conservatory, moulded cornice, picture rail and ceiling rose.

FORMAL DINING ROOM  -  4.13m x 3.93m into chimney breast (13'7" x 12'11" into chimney breast)

Currently used by the vendor as a Music Room and again having moulded cornice, picture rail, window to side aspect and French doors leading through to:

CONSERVATORY  -  8.55m x 2.13m (28'1" x 7'0")

A really useful space which offers French doors out to the front terrace and further doors out onto the rear patio. Wall light points, ceiling light points and three radiators.

FAMILY ROOM/ SNUG  -  4.56m into chimney breast x 4.39m (15'0" into chimney breast x 14'5")

The focal point of the room being a feature fire surround with cast iron fire inset with ornamental tiles and quarry tiled hearth. Solid pine fitted cabinet, door leading to cellar and further door giving access to the second staircase. Window to side aspect, ceiling light point and radiator. Terrazzo flooring and door leading to:

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN  -  4.37m x 3.63m to chimney breast (14'4" x 11'11" to chimney breast)

The Terrazzo flooring continues and the kitchen is fitted with a range of base cupboards and drawers with work preparation surfaces over being inset with a one and a half stainless steel sink and side drainer and a four ring gas hob. There is a fitted glass display cabinet and set within a pine fire surround is a gas Aga used for cooking. Complementary range of wall mounted units, attractive tiled surrounds, window to front aspect and radiator. Door to:


With quarry tiled flooring, ample space for additional appliances, stable door to rear and door to:

UTILITY SPACE  -  2.82m x 2.43m (9'3" x 8'0")

Having original blue brick floor, Belfast sink sat on a brick pillar, base cabinets and wall mounted cupboards, work preparation surfaces, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, window to side aspect and door to:


Having quarry tiled floor, window to rear and ample space for storage of boots and coats. A further door leads to:


Having quarry tiled floor, majestic w.c surround and window to side aspect.



With stairs to second floor, radiator, further stairs leading down to the rear staircase entrance. Doors leading off to:

MASTER BEDROOM  -  4.01m excluding bay x 4.99m into chimney breast (13'2" ex cluding bay x 16'4" into chimney breast)

Having stripped pine floorboards, deep cant bay window offering views over countryside beyond, feature fire surround with marble style inset and hearth. Moulded cornice, picture rail and door leading to:


Fitted with a sash style window to the front aspect, ceiling light point and original stripped pine servants cupboards.

BEDROOM TWO  -  2.97m min 3.49m max x 3.33m (9'9" min 11'5" max x 10'11")

Having stripped floorboards, sash window to side aspect, radiator and ceiling light point.

BEDROOM THREE  -  3.94m x 2.06m (12'11" x 6'9")

Having stripped floorboards, sash style window to side aspect, radiator and ceiling light point.

FAMILY BATHROOM  -  1.79m x 2.08m min (5'10" x 6'10" min)

Fitted with a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and w.c. Attractive tiled surrounds, obscure window to side aspect, radiator and ceiling light point. Useful cupboard for linen storage.

BEDROOM FOUR  -  3.63m x 3.33m (11'11" x 10'11")

Having sash window to side aspect, radiator and ceiling light point.

BEDROOM FIVE  -  2.31m x 3.24m (7'7" x 10'8")

Currently used by the vendors as a study and having window to rear aspect, fitted cupboards housing the hot water tank and radiator.

SHOWER ROOM  -  1.97m x 3.22m (6'6" x 10'7")

Fitted with a vanity unit which incorporates cupboards and drawers and is inset with a wash hand basin and w.c. Wood panelling to walls, tiled floor, tiled shower enclosure, recess ceiling down lights and window to rear.



With doors leading off to:

PARTY ROOM  -  4.0m x 6.21m (13'1" x 20'4")

An additional room which is currently used by the vendors as a party room but could in fact become an additional sitting room or bedroom. Having stripped flooring, oak fire surround with cast iron ornamental open grate inset. Bar area, sash window to front aspect offering views over countryside beyond.

GUEST BEDROOM  -  4.02m x 3.70m (13'2" x 12'2")

Having stripped floorboards, sash window to rear aspect, a range of bespoke solid pine built in wardrobes with overhead cabinets providing hanging space and shelving, radiator and ceiling light point.


A pedestrian path leads to the front of the residence with paved terrace on which to enjoy the sun and a bike storage shed. A pathway leads to the rear of the property where an attractive landscaped rear patio are can be found with a parking area beyond. Steps then lead to a landscaped rear elevated wildlife garden with an abundance of flowers, trees and shrubs. Steps weave throughout the garden with a paved patio area and further seating areas to enjoy. At the top of the garden is a lawned area with a useful tool shed.


East Staffordshire Borough Council - Band E


Strictly by appointment through Scargill Mann & Co - Burton office (ACB/DLW April 2018)/A/B/C

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