3 Bed House - End Terrace For Sale

Willett Avenue, Burntwood


bedrooms 3    bathrooms 1    receptions 2  


  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Allocated Parking Space
  • Erasmus Darwin Academy Just A 5 Minute Walk
  • No Onward Chain
  • Large Private Courtyard
  • End Terrace
  • Residential Location
The village of Chasetown sits on the edge of Burntwood. With its roots in the mining industry, the older area of Chasetown has several cottages which were built to accommodate miners’ families in the mid-1800s. By contrast, Willet Avenue is located in a modern residential area, close to local amenities, Chasewater Country Park and Cannock Chase AONB.

This 3-bedroom end-terrace family home is on the market for £200,000 with no upward chain. For buyers looking for an investment property to add to their portfolio, properties of this nature can achieve in the region of £750.00 pcm. For those looking for a family home, Willet Avenue falls within the catchment area of the much sought-after Erasmus Darwin Academy.


Located off the hallway, the main family room is spacious and well decorated, with built-in bookshelves above the radiator. Double doors open out to the sunroom, which in turn leads to the rear garden. This room lends itself well to potential entertaining all year round, with the sunroom making a convenient amount of additional space for seating or a dining table, and access to the garden being perfect for all of those summer barbeques.
The kitchen overlooks the front aspect of the property and has a built-in stainless steel gas hob and single oven, with extractor above. Cooks will never be short of cupboard or workspace, with ample storage units finished in oak, and plenty of worktop space for when inspiration strikes. The ground floor also has a WC, and stairs leading to the first floor.

Stairs from the hallway lead to the first-floor landing, with access to the loft space. The master bedroom covers the entire width of the house, with double windows to the front making the most of the natural light. Bedroom two has built-in cupboards and wardrobes around the double bed space, with a padded headboard affixed to the wall. Bedroom three is a single bedroom, and would make an ideal home office, or nursery. The family bathroom contains a three-piece bathroom suite in white, with a shower over the bath and glass shower panel.


Set slightly back from the pavement, the property is accessed through an iron gate. A yard used for bin storage and an area laid to lawn make up the front garden area. For those who are looking for a low-maintenance garden, the rear garden to this property is slabbed, with space for outdoor entertaining and additional storage. The garden is bordered by a red brick wall, which offers privacy. A set of stone steps lead to the rear gate and allocated parking space


Chasetown forms part of the town of Burntwood, which is just a 15-minute drive from the historical city of Lichfield. Within Chasetown itself, there’s a selection of local shops, a medical centre and dental surgery. The larger supermarkets of Morrisons and Aldi are a 5-minute drive away. Enjoy family days out on Cannock Chase AONB and Chasewater Country Park, both of which offer plenty of activities for families from mountain bike hire and Go Ape on the Chase to wakeboarding and a steam railway at Chasewater Country Park. Just a 15-minute drive away is the historic city of Lichfield, with its beautiful cathedral, abundance of shops and some of the best local restaurants in the area.

Contact our Lichfield office to book your viewing today.


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A historic market town steeped in history, Lichfield is surrounded by beautiful countryside that is just waiting to be explored. As well as being a perfect retreat for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this close knit community features a range of homes and new developments for those who wish to stay a bit more permanently. When it comes to raising family in a location with a host of amenities, Lichfield is certainly worth considering.


When it comes to public transport, Lichfield ticks all the boxes. The Lichfield Trent Valley train station provides good connections to both Birmingham and London, and for road links you’ll be located close to both the M6 motorway and M6 toll road, as well as the A38 for direct access into Birmingham itself.


In Lichfield you’ll have access to some great schools across the WS13 and WS14 postcodes. These include: Willows County Primary School, Charnwood Primary Academy and The Friary School.


From pubs and bars, to coffee shops and restaurants, there are plenty of fantastic places to eat and drink with your family and friends in Lichfield. But where to try first? Some of our favourites include McKenzie’s in the City (home to one of the best Sunday roasts in the area), Chapters ‘The Café in the Close’ for a delicious locally sourced fry-up, and don’t forget about The Four Seasons at Swinfen Hall for a truly magnificent afternoon tea – the height of sophistication!

Public spaces

There are plenty of spectacular public spaces in Lichfield, just ready and waiting to be explored with your little ones or furry friend. From the National Memorial Arboretum, the UK's Centre of Remembrance with 350 dedicated memorials, a restaurant, land train tour, gift shop and play areas for the kids to Cannock Chase park and forest, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Getting our and exploring some beautiful areas couldn’t be easier round here!

Things to do

Looking to enjoy a spot of culture at the weekend? You’ve come to the right place! In Lichfield not only do you have its magnificent cathedral which dates all the way back to the 12th century, but the Samuel Johnson Museum is also certainly worth a visit for fans of the legendary author. In addition the Wall Roman Site features a museum, Roman inn and bathhouse ruins, and visiting The Staffordshire Regiment Museum is a must for history buffs.

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