Borrowcop Lane, Lichfield
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 reception
- 1 bathroom
A thoroughly impressive ground floor apartment, having undergone complete refurbishment, forming part of this landmark period residence which has been tastefully converted in to five self contained luxury apartments. Centrally positioned within its landscaped formal gardens, Borrowcop House exudes period elegance at every turn. The tastefully decorated communal entrance hall with tiled floor and a telecom entry system opens in to a stylishly presented ground floor apartment with direct access to the patio garden. Fully renovated in a faultless style combining the inherent historic charm of the building with some more contemporary twists in the kitchen and bathrooms. Even meticulously replacing the sash windows throughout the apartment whilst preserving the stone mullions. The apartment benefits from a triple aspect with a wonderfully bright dining room or second bedroom at the front of the property, an opulent principal bedroom suite with windows to the side aspect benefits from fitted storage and a modern en suite shower room. The family shower room is also presented in a contemporary style and a simply stunning living room with access to the rear garden and patio area links to a luxury kitchen with large 'breakfast' island. Also refitted to an exacting standard. Externally there is the rare benefit of a single garage, private carpark with ample space for residents and guests, and beautifully landscaped formal gardens with one of the patios directly accessed from Apt. 1.
Viewing is essential to appreciate the inherent historic charm of the building, its enviable location and the high standard of finish lavished upon the apartment by our clients.
Communal Hallway (entry telecom) • Entrance Hall To Apartment • Bedroom Two / Dining Room • Principal Bedroom (fitted wardrobes) • En Suite Shower Room • Family Shower Room • Living / Dining Room (access to rear garden) • Kitchen Diner
Private Carpark For Residents & Guests • Single Garage • Landscaped Communal Formal Gardens With Patio Seating Area Directly Accessed From Apt. 1
Heritage Rose, by Roseview, White UPVC Laminated Sash Windows Installed throughout The Apartment • Gas Centrally Heated • Bathrooms Professionally Designed & Fitted • Kitchen By Avanti With Granite Worktops • Siemens Appliances • Fitted Avanti Wardrobes To Principal Bedroom • Karndean Flooring To Kitchen & Bathrooms • Leasehold With 987 Years Remaining • One Fifth Share Of Borrowcop House Freehold • Service Charge Of £2000 PA Including Building Insurance
Borrowcop Lane is widely regarded as one of Lichfield's finest addresses. The coveted King Edward's High School is moments away and the area boasts some historical importance with the Borrowcop Gazebo just behind Borrowcop House. The brick built Gazebo is a Grade II listed building and dates from around 1804 and provides an excellent view of the City and surrounding countryside. The Gazebo is a small pavilion, erected by the Corporation by public subscription. In the late 1600's a structure called the Temple stood on the site and this in turn was replaced by various buildings. Some claim that the area is the burial site of three Christian Kings who were killed in battle under orders from the Roman Emperor Diocletian in about 300AD. A depiction of the three slain Martyrs has been used on the City Seal since 1548, and forms part of the legend that the name of Lichfield derives from 'the field of the dead'. This popular and evocative story is however not supported by either archaeology or etymology.