The Grange is a lovely six-bedroom, levels lake house nestled near the county town of Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England.
The City of Wolverhampton is known for its rich cultural diversity and is a thriving centre, particularly for arts and live entertainment. It also offers a variety of delicious places to wine, dine and dance the night away! The city is located 12 miles northwest of Birmingham. It lies in the northwestern part of the industrial Black Country, near the farmlands of Shropshire and Staffordshire.
This property's rustic and elegant decoration keeps intact the character and ambience of the surrounding landscape and is a marvellous example of traditional architecture. All the interior furnishings work in harmony with the ancient structure of the house.
Living spaces are ample and bright, with large windows allowing plenty of natural light. A decor blend of modern and classical styles and wooden elements creates an elegant and fashionable atmosphere surrounding the property. The lounge and dining spaces of the villa are spacious and bright and decorated in natural shades and wooden tones with contemporary chic décor, creating a breezy, laid-back feel.
The rooms are furnished and tastefully decorated, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay in a modern and minimalist style that fits perfectly with the luminosity and harmony of this property. Touches of wooden elements with a contemporary style and vibrant colours add a lively and elegant ambience. Modern and classic decor blend gives this private residence a unique character and atmosphere.
The outdoor areas of this property are a must: a vast garden and a lovely covered wooden terrace with a dining area, a barbeque in a small external kitchen and a beautiful hot tube to relax and spend moments together.
Private Residence with 3 levels
6 bedrooms, 5 baths, 3261 square feet, 303 square meters
King, King, King, King, King, and 2x Twin
12 guests maximum
Birmingham Airport (BHX)
1 hour driving
Lawn and fields down to the lake.
Pets Welcome Upon Approval
Not Handicap Accessible
The following services can be organised upon request at additional cost:
- Chef services
Activities of Interest
- Take a lovely walks in West Park. An archetypal Victorian urban park, West Park was inaugurated in 1881 and still has some beautiful architecture from the period.
- Baggeridge Country Park. When the weather’s good Baggeridge Country Park is somewhere for families to embrace the outdoors, battling over a high ropes course, riding a miniature railway, cycling and cutting loose at the children’s play area.
Places of Interest
- Wightwick Manor. A glorious snapshot of the late-19th-century Arts and Crafts and Aesthetic movements, Wightwick Manor is a must-see National Trust house.
- RAF Museum Cosford. Anyone fascinated by aviation, both military and civilian, will be in heaven at this museum at the Royal Air Force base in Cosford.
- Wolverhampton Art Gallery. In a Neoclassical purpose-built venue, constructed from Bath stone in 1884, Wolverhampton Art Gallery has a collection that punches above its weight.