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- Lemongrass fitted kitchen with a range of wall
and base units
- Bosch brushed steel electric oven
- Bosch brushed steel 4 burner gas hob
- Bosch brushed steel chimney hood
- Brushed steel splashback behind hob
- Reginox Diplomat 15 stainless steel 1½ bowl inset sink
- Bosch integrated 50/50 fridge/freezer
- Bosch integrated washer/dryer
- LED 4 spot track light fitting
- Porcelanosa tiled flooring
Life in Copper Hearth
Nestled in the heart of a mature residential area, with a wealth of facilities and excellent transport links, the location is perfect for families, couples and solo purchasers alike.
Set in Stapenhill, a popular village and civil parish of the vibrant market town Burton-upon-Trent, the development is just a couple of miles from the town centre, with its plethora of shops, restaurants, leisure and culture facilities.
Out & About
Whilst located in a popular residential area, Copper Hearth also benefits from easy access to glorious Staffordshire countryside; home to two impressive golf courses and the beautifully landscaped Stapenhill Gardens, which boast a TripAdvisor certificate of excellence for outstanding visitor reviews and offers picturesque nature walks alongside the River Trent.
Copper Hearth is only two miles from the thriving centre of Burton-Upon-Trent, which, thanks to the quality of its water, is famous as the historic brewing capital of the UK and is still home to no less than eight operational breweries. The town’s heritage is showcased in dedicated tourist attractions; including The National Brewery Centre.
Burton-Upon-Trent, with its roots in hostelry and hospitality, is the natural home to a huge choice of traditional and modern pubs, and many award-winning restaurants where visitors are invited to select from a wide menu of international cuisines.
"Copper Hearth is ideal for commuters"Copper Hearth, Orbit