Lime Trees and Beech Wood at Stockton Brook

 

 

 Lime Trees and Beech Wood are two stylish, light and airy houses in the Staffordshire Moorlands. They are situated by the picturesque Caldon Canal in the grounds of a Victorian Waterworks.Visit local attractions or simply enjoy peace and tranquility in beautiful countryside, only minutes drive from Leek and the Potteries. Discover this magical, hidden gem, teeming with wildlife and steeped in history. Footpaths, cycle tracks and bus links; country Pubs and local shops. 

 

 

 

 

ACCOMMODATION

 

Down a private track the 1960's houses have been renovated sympathetically to a high standard. Each house has three bedrooms: a double, twin and full size bunk bedroom. The family bathrooms are bright and modern, with shower and bath. Downstairs the open plan living/dining rooms have large windows and french doors that lead out onto a paved area and west facing garden. Off each hall there is an additional downstairs toilet. The attractive oak kitchens have A rated modern appliances. Lighting throughout is low energy. Both houses have modern gas central heating and wood burning stoves in the living rooms. The interiors have lots of space and storage space. There is private parking and a large garden.  Everything is provided from bed linen to washing machines, free WI FI to flat screen satellite television.