The Old Rectory, Hammerwich, WS7 0JS


Offering over 5000 sq. ft. of accommodation is this magnificent detached country residence. Set on over 2 acres of gardens and woodland which includes a detached coach house and outbuildings.

Offers based on £975,000

The Property
I’m quite sure the current owners still walk around this property and find something they haven’t seen before. It offers an abundance of charm, character and quirks throughout. It’s big – over 5000 sq. ft. set over the 4 floors and yet it retains a warm and inviting feel – you certainly don’t feel lost or overawed by the size. The current owners extensively refurbished the property some 25 years ago and were sympathetic to the period of the building. This now offers a fantastic ‘blueprint’ to modernise further and adjust to more modern trends and lifestyle living.
So, let us ‘walk’ you through the accommodation although there really is no substitute for a viewing, to truly understand this fine country residence. Upon arrival you can use either the North or East entrances – both are impressive and welcoming inside and out. For the purpose of these details, we’ll take the Eastern entrance (as it’s the closest to the kitchen!). From the lobby area there is access down to the two-compartment cellar, pantry, utility and inner hall with staircase off to the first floor. There are two doors into the open plan breakfast kitchen which offers a range of built in units and pleasant sun room adjoining. The Lounge and Family rooms are impressive in size and brimming with character and a versatile hobbies room and bathroom complete the ground floor.
Six double bedrooms are located on the first floor sharing two well-appointed and proportioned bathrooms. We think this is where you could afford to lose a bedroom – provide for En-suites to the main bedrooms and introduce a family bathroom – but the choice is yours. Three further bedrooms sit to the top floor – but again this could be become one large teenage lounge or games room perhaps.
Outside, there’s a detached ‘Coach House’ with room above, separate garage and garden store/workshop all set in just over 2 acres of garden and established woodland which includes a share of a ‘duck pond’. The views to the surround are stunning – although you might need to reduce some of the foliage to get the best of them!
Entrance Hall
Hallway                                    10’3″ x 7’9″ (3.12m x 2.36m).
Inner Hall                                  27’1″ x 6′ (8.26m x 1.83m).
Lounge                                     16’1″ x 20’8″ (4.9m x 6.3m).
Family Room                            16’1″ x 20’6″ (4.9m x 6.25m).
Hobbies Room                         13’3″ x 17′ (4.04m x 5.18m).
Ground Floor Bathroom           11’7″ x 11’10” (3.53m x 3.6m).
Open Plan Breakfast Kitchen   35’6″ x 13’4″ (10.82m x 4.06m).
Rear Porch with Access to 2 Compartment Cellar
Pantry                                       9’2″ x 6′ (2.8m x 1.83m).
Utility /guest cloakroom            7’6″ x 11’3″ (2.29m x 3.43m).
Bedroom 1                               19’8″ x 17’11” (6m x 5.46m).
Bedroom 2                               16’1″ x 15′ (4.9m x 4.57m).
Bedroom 3                               16’1″ x 14’4″ (4.9m x 4.37m).
Bedroom 4                               19’9″ x 13’3″ (6.02m x 4.04m).
Bedroom 5                               14’4″ x 13’3″ (4.37m x 4.04m).
Bedroom 6                               14’7″ x 11’3″ (4.45m x 3.43m).
Store/Boiler Room                   16’1″ x 5’11” (4.9m x 1.8m).
Family Bathroom
Guest Bathroom
Landing with Store
Bedroom 7                               10’10” x 15’5″ (3.3m x 4.7m).
Bedroom 8                               12’1″ x 10’8″ (3.68m x 3.25m).
Bedroom 9                               10’10” x 9’2″ (3.3m x 2.8m).


Hammerwich is perhaps best known for the location of the Staffordshire hoard, the largest find of Anglo-Saxon gold, discovered nearby in a farmers’ field back in 2009.
The village itself is a collection of residential dwellings, farms and a church which enjoy a splendid semi-rural setting with numerous walks and countryside views to the surrounds.
For those with a commute in mind the nearby A5 and A38 provide excellent connections to the M6, M42 and M6 Toll motorways. Birmingham Airport and International Train lines are around a 25 minute drive away.
For those looking for a walk or outdoor activity the Chase Water Country Park is right on the doorstep, offering a wealth of events and activities all year round.
For shopping excursions the City of Lichfield is within a 5/10 minute drive and Town of Sutton Coldfield 10/15 minutes’ away.

Things to Know

Subjective comments in these details imply the opinion of the selling agent at the time these details were prepared. Naturally the opinions of the purchasers may differ. The details are for guidance only and do not form part of the contract. It is advisable that prior to exchange of contracts purchasers walk the boundaries and ensure they are in accordance with the title plan. We also suggest Fixtures and Fittings are confirmed at the point of negotiation.
Money Laundering – We have procedures in place to forestall and prevent Money Laundering. Should we be concerned that an offence is being committed we will act in accordance with the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and disclose our concerns to the National Crime Agency.
The Property will be offered with Freehold, Vacant possession upon completion.
Services – The vendor advises that all mains services are connected to the property. Water, gas, drainage and electricity are all provided for.
The Full Address is understood to be: The Old Rectory, Church Lane, Hammerwich, Burntwood, WS7 0JS.
Local Authority is Lichfield City Council with a tax band of H.