Standing on a plot of some 2/3 acre in an elevated position with rural views to the rear, this fine detached property built in 1936 with later extensions provides an excellent family home. The well planned accommodation has generously proportioned rooms most having double aspect windows to benefit from an abundance of natural light. There is potential for an annex or an extension (subject to planning approvals).
The accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, Cloakroom, "L" shaped lounge, Dining room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Garden room, Utility room, 4 bedrooms with en suite to the Master bedroom, Family bathroom, Double width garage and gardens to front and rear.
The property was built in 1936 with further additions in 1984 and 2002. Standing impressively set back from the road as you enter Stoke Goldington from the south, this splendid detached property enjoys delightful gardens., The rear garden is adjacent to open countryside and offers around quarter of an acre of enclosed lawn with planting to the borders. There is a lovely terrace to the rear of the dwelling offering elevated views over the garden and open fields beyond. The garden to the rear faces in a south westerly direction thus gaining benefit from maximum sunshine. Internally this fine home is served by oil fired central heating and is fully double glazed throughout.
The main door opens to an entrance hall with doors off to a cloakroom and lounge at one end and accessing the dining room at the other. The lounge is "L" shaped with the focal point being a substantial brick built fireplace with a timber mantel over and housing a wood burning stove. The stove is mounted over a tiled hearth. Natural light floods in to this room from windows located on three different elevations. The dining room is well proportioned with wall lights to two walls. Double doors open from both the sitting room and dining room into the garden room. The garden room is fully double glazed to three elevations and in addition has Velux roof lights. There is timber panelling to the walls and wooden flooring. Double doors open on to the terrace and garden. The kitchen breakfast room is on a split level. The kitchen area comprising an excellent range of cupboard units with work surfaces over, a built in oven, hob with cooker hood over and integrated fridge. There is a step down to the breakfast area where glazed double doors open to the terrace at the rear and there is also a window to the side elevation. Both the kitchen and breakfast area have recessed lighting to the ceiling and both enjoy delightful views over the rear garden. Adjacent to the breakfast room is a good size utility room with space for a washing machine and fridge freezer. There is a sink unit with cupboard space and a door to the side of the property.
On the first floor the spacious landing has double aspect windows. From the landing steps lead down into the master bedroom having built in wardrobes to one wall some with drawer units. A door leads off to an en-suite shower room with glazed cubicle, wash basin in vanity surround and integrated WC. There are two further double bedrooms, both generously proportioned and accessed from the landing and also a single bedroom. The bathroom completes the first floor accommodation with a four piece suite comprising bath, shower cubicle, low-flush WC and a wash basin set within a vanity unit.
Externally, the property is approached by a driveway of brick paviours with a hammerhead to facilitate turning giving access to a double width garage (one garage door is remotely controlled). The frontage is secluded by high hedging with two areas of lawn bisected by the driveway and with well stocked borders of shrubs and plants. There is external lighting to the front of the property. Gated access to an extensively paved area at the side of the property secluded by hedging and leading to a delightful extremely large rear garden primarily laid to lawn with borders of flowers shrubs and plants. This garden has a south westerly aspect. Beyond the garden is open countryside, it is not unusual in springtime to be able to watch the lambs frolicking around in these fields.. Within the garden there is a shallow brook with attractive planting to either side. The brook disappears underground where it meets the culvert within the garden. A building suitable for a pony with stable doors is centrally located in the garden and there is also a greenhouse, vegetable plot and fruit trees..
Water is metered to he property which is fully double glazed and has central heating fuelled by an oil fired boiler. There is no gas supply to the village in common with other communities in this area. The village has an Ofsted rated "Good" First School with later schooling available at Newport Pagnell and Olney. There is a church in the village and a local hostelry specialising in home cooked food. Public transport is available. Main line rail links are to be found at MIlton Keynes (London Euston 25 mins) and at Bedford (St Pancras). The M1 motorway Junction 14 is accessed at Newport Pagnell approx. 5 miles away.
There are varied activities carried out in the village with amongst others a book club, bridge club, gardeners club and the local Reading Room is available for hire.
There are many countryside walks with well posted footpath signage.
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