A characterful and charming Grade II Listed thatched cottage, occupying gardens and grounds of approximately 1 and 3/4 acres acres, . The property is situated in the Conservation Area of the village, has the benefit of a variety of ancillary buildings, including a three bay garage and detached two storey, two bedroom guest cottage named 'The Stables'.
Central to this historic village, the main house comprises accommodation arranged over three floors. The accommodation comprises a dual aspect sitting room with large inglenook fireplace with a wood burner, a dining room of similar proportion and also with inglenook and wood burner, kitchen/breakfast room with a four oven gas aga, a rear lobby/boot room and a utility / shower room. The study with open fireplace and the guest bedroom/ bedroom five with en-suite wet-room complete the accommodation on the ground floor.
The first floor is accessed via a spiral staircase to the landing area serving a master bedroom and additional bedroom, both with en-suite bathrooms. From the landing the spiral staircase extends to the second floor landing serving an additional two bedrooms and bathroom.
The property is entered via a solid front door into the dining room. Wood burner set in an inglenook fireplace. Window to the front aspect. Doors lead off to the study/bedroom five, kitchen/breakfast room and inner hallway.
The inner hallway has a spiral staircase leading to the first floor landing and access is given to the dual aspect sitting room with windows to side and front aspects. York stone flooring. Characterful inglenook fireplace with a wood burner. The study is located to the front of the property and has a feature fireplace with a tiled hearth, an old semi-circular inset display unit built into the wall, and a bay window overlooking the front garden.
The kitchen/breakfast room has been re-fitted in a range of white gloss units to base and eye levels with granite worksurfaces over. Vaulted ceiling. Gold hob four oven gas Aga. Integrated oven with four ring hob and extractor hood over. Integrated dishwasher. Breakfast bar. Window to rear aspect. Limestone flooring. A door leads into the boot room which has a continuation of the limestone flooring. Range of fitted appliances to include two AEG fridges, integrated freezer and microwave. Floor mounted Worcester High Flo gas boiler. Door to rear garden. Further door to utility room. Inset butler sink. Units to wall level. Window to side aspect. Shower, low level w.c. And feature antique copper radiator.
Bedroom five/guest bedroom is accessed from the dining room and leads out to the rear garden and has a window to the side aspect. Vaulted ceiling. Door to wet room comprising low level w.c., wash hand basin and shower. Tiled flooring.
There are two double bedrooms on this level both with en-suite bathrooms. The master bedroom has windows to front and side aspects. Fitted range of bedroom furniture. A door leads to an en-suite wet room which has a free-standing bath with a shower attachment, large shower area, low level w.c. And a wash hand basin set on a vanity unit with storage under. Linen cupboard. Vaulted ceiling. Fully tiled walls. Window to rear aspect. Bedroom two has windows to front and rear aspects. Door to en-suite comprising corner bath, pedestal mounted wash hand basin and low level w.c.
There are two bedrooms and two bathrooms on this level. The bathrooms have suites comprising low level w.c., pedestal mounted wash hand basin and panel bath.
The current vendors used the stables to run a business for 30 years and is now let as a short term holiday rental.
This attractive two bedroom dwelling can offer several purposes as additional accommodation to the main house, for two generational living or it could be let as private dwelling offering an additional income.
The accommodation comprises a sitting room with an inglenook, herringbone brick fireplace with a wood burner, French doors leading to the outside, door to kitchen/dining area and stairs rising to the first floor landing.
The kitchen area is fitted in a range of units to wall and base levels with worksurfaces over and an inset sink/drainer. Windows to front and side aspects. Fitted breakfast bar. Electric oven with inset halogen hob. Integrated appliances include fridge and dishwasher. Plumbing for washing machine. Concealed gas central heating boiler. Fusebox.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one with a built-in storage cupboard and a re-fitted wet room comprising wash hand basin set into worksurface, low level w.c. And shower. Fully tiled and an obscure window to the front aspect.
Well arranged courtyard garden sitting between the main residence and the stables and offers a gravel terrace with a seating area. Gated access leads to the front garden which is enclosed and laid to lawn. The courtyard garden leads to a large gravel parking leading to a three bay garage. The garden extends to approximately 1 and 3/4 acres and includes an enclosed planted garden which is mainly laid to lawn. A formal herb garden with gravel pathways sits to the right of the formal garden. An orchard contains 29 assorted fruit trees (apples, plums, pears, mirabelle, cherries and quince, is located on the left hand side of the vehicular access throughout the plot which extends beyond the formal garden onto an area of hard-standing for several vehicles. Large shed on the left hand side is a log storage area and the remainder is a large workshop (in need of attention). On the opposite side there are the remnants of animal enclosures of which there is about 130 square metres remaining that could be renovated or re-built. There is also a functional toilet within a roofed area within the building as well as a butler's sink. This area is connected to electricity, water and mains sewerage. The final section of the garden is a woodland area populated with mainly Conifer and Ash trees. A paddock gate gives access to a land-locked paddock area. There are lights and water at various places through the parking area and garden.
Triple garage with electric remote controlled up and over doors. Mains electricity and mains water are connected.
Mains gas, mains drainage, electricity and water are connected. The local authority is Buckinghamshire Council (Aylesbury Vale Area) and the council tax band is Band G.
Mursley is a highly regarded Buckinghamshire village located between the county towns of Aylesbury, Milton Keynes and Leighton Buzzard. There is a Church of England Primary school in the village for pupils aged 4 to 11 years. The village is served by a Public House (The Green Man). The village church of St Mary's is mentioned in Nikolaus Pevsner Book 'Buildings of England'. There are well renowned schools within the locality including Swanbourne House at Swanbourne and The Royal Latin Grammar School in Buckingham. The historic town of Winslow is a short drive away and has a variety of individual shops, restaurants, banks and public houses. Milton Keynes lies to the north and offers a comprehensive range of shopping, cultural, sporting and recreational amenities as well as number of small specialist suppliers. For the commuter Leighton Buzzard offers an excellent rail service into London Euston in approximately 30 minutes (fast train) and there is access to the M1 at Junction 14 at Milton Keynes.
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