* A unique and historic 5-bedroom residence in a quiet Codsall position, comprising a fine Victorian house with converted mill structure, thought to date from the 17th century. Comprising 3-4 reception rooms, extensive grounds and five distinctive double bedrooms. * Main hall/study * Downstairs cloakroom * Sitting room * Dining room * Mill reception room * Side hall * Breakfast kitchen * Kitchen hall/boot-room * Utility * Cellar * Five double bedrooms including the master en suite * Family bathroom * Sweeping driveway with electric gates * Excellent grounds * Large car-port and garden store *
On the outskirts of popular Codsall on an enviably quiet lane, this unique home combines the convenience of village living with an exceptionally peaceful position. The site of a former grist mill, the house boasts a varied history with the distinctive structure of the old mill thought to date back to the 1600s. When the mill eventually fell into disuse, this fine Victorian house was created incorporating the striking conical structure of the mill tower itself. Further extended in the early 1900s, the property is now presented as a substantial family home of considerable character, blending sumptuous Victorian elegance with the rustic charm of the old mill tower. The beautifully presented accommodation includes three individual reception rooms, one at the base of the mill, alongside a traditional breakfast kitchen and utility. Three entrance hallways provide additional space, one currently in use as a very comfortable office. Dry cellaring is available below and the property enjoys five double bedrooms, including two circular rooms within the mill. The master bedroom is particularly impressive, having a large en suite and a connecting door into the adjacent fifth bedroom, ideal as a luxurious dressing room. The property is surrounded by grounds on all sides and features a sweeping, gated driveway, a large triple-bay car-port and additional garden storage.