Offers in excess of £450,000
School Lane, Castlethorpe, Milton Keynes
An imposing and characterful period property dating from the early Edwardian period. Situated on a no through road, this stunning detached home benefits from many period features to include stripped panel doors, open feature fireplace in lounge, higher than average ceilings and is available to the market with no onward chain.
The accommodation comprises, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, kitchen/dining, three double bedroom and a family bathroom. To the exterior there are front and rear gardens.
Ground Floor - The property is entered via a solid front door with a decorative glazed window above, into the entrance hall. Solid oak flooring. Radiator. Door to sitting room. Door to kitchen/dining room. Stairs rise to the first floor landing.
The cloakroom has a suite comprising low level w.c., and wash hand basin.
The sitting room is a dual aspect room with a single glazed sash bay window to the front aspect and double glazed French doors to the rear garden. Solid oak flooring. Open feature fireplace with a multi fuel burning stove, timber surround and a quarry tiled hearth.
The kitchen/dining area is fitted in a bespoke range of units to base levels with sold oak worksurfaces over and an inset butler style sink/drainer. An eye level unit houses the gas central heating boiler. Fitted Range cooker with a double oven, five ring gas hob and a central extractor hood over. Fired earth terracotta tiled flooring throughout. Single glazed sash windows to front and rear aspects.
The kitchen gives access to the rear lobby with a storage cupboard and a solid door with a glazed window over leading to the rear garden.
First Floor Landing - A split level landing has a single glazed sash window to the rear aspect. Access to the loft space. Doors to all rooms.
Bedroom one is located to the front of the property with three single glazed sash windows to the front aspect. Fitted wardrobes to one wall. Stripped wooden floorboards.
Bedroom two is of double size with two single glazed sash windows to front aspect. Range of fitted wardrobes to one wall.
Bedroom three is located to the rear of the property with a single glazed sash window overlooking the rear garden. A cupboard houses the hot water cylinder. Shelving to one wall.
The bathroom has a suite comprising low level w.c., table mounted sink and a roll-top claw foot bath with a hand-held shower attachment and shower over. Heated towel rail. Stripped wooden floorboards. Two obscure UPVC double glazed windows to the rear aspect.
Gardens - The front garden is enclosed by a wall and is entered via two brick-built pillars. A quarry tiled path leads to the front door. A paved path to the left leads to the rear garden.
The rear garden is mainly laid to paving with a part gravel border and a raised planted sleeper bed. A timber pergola offers a large enclosed seating area. Outside tap. Exterior light. Brick-built storage barn.
Additional Information - Mains gas, mains drainage, electricity and water. The local authority is Milton Keynes Council and the council tax band is Band E.
Location - Castlethorpe - As the name implies, the village of Castlethorpe was built around the site of a medieval castle of a Motte and Bailey design and today only the earth works remain. It is a small and attractive village surrounded by Buckinghamshire countryside with facilities to include a small grocery shop, a village hall, church and a small village school with approximately 40 pupils 4-7 years of age which received an excellent Ofsted report in 2014. The canalside Navigation pub, adjacent to a small marina, serves food and is a pleasant one mile countryside walk away. The village has good road links being conveniently located close to the towns of Stony Stratford (approximately three miles), Newport Pagnell (approximately four miles), Central Milton Keynes (approximately seven miles) with it's mainline railway station with 30 minute train into Euston, and Wolverton (approximately three miles) again with a mainline railway station and a 24 hour Tesco. An ideal village for those looking for countryside living yet close to extensive facilities.
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- PERIOD DETACHED PROPERTY
- SITTING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- SASH WINDOWS WITH SHUTTER BLINDS
- GAS TO RADIATOR CENTRAL HEATING
- VIEWING ESSENTIAL