Offers Over £700,000
High Street, Stoke Goldington
A beautiful Grade II listed four/five bedroom family home, set in the popular village of Stoke Goldington. This stunning property boasts 2500 square feet and has good size accommodation over three levels with a sitting room, dining room, family room, kitchen and utility on the ground floor, and en-suites to two bedrooms, three further bedrooms and family bathroom upstairs. The property has an enclosed pretty rear garden, off road car parking and double garage (which is leasehold) and is for sale with no upward chain.
The property has been much improved by the current owners and has been sympathetically remodelled to a high standard and offers character and charm with high ceilings, open fireplaces with wood burning stoves, exposed stone walls and oak flooring.
Formerly Mr Armstrong's house, The Old Haberdashery was just that, a family home and former shop steeped in history believed to date back to 1726, featured in many Buckinghamshire's Lace making publications and archives.
Ground Floor - The property is entered via a front door into the sitting room which has a large bay window to the front with fitted shutters. A feature staircase leads to the first floor and a stable door gives access to the garden patio. There is also a feature former staircase.
The Family Room has a large bay window to the front, a small window to the rear, exposed timber beams and a brick fireplace with a wood burning stove and wood mantle over. High ceilings are a benefit here and oak flooring compliments well. Recessed shelving and a television point.
Steps leads down into the dining room which has been completely remodelled, and now offers a range of hand made bespoke floor to ceiling cabinets with integrated fridge and wine rack. The dining room comfortably seats eight, and has exposed stone walls, Travertine flooring, old fashioned "school" radiator and reclaimed door leading to the kitchen.
The kitchen has been fitted with "Art of Wood" hand made bespoke Country Shaker style units and integrated dishwasher with Quartz work tops and wall tiles. There is a Belfast sink and space for a Rangemaster oven which may be available by separate negotiation. Door to garden.
The utility room likewise has been updated and has a solid Oak work surface and plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Door leads to the garage.
First Floor - The first floor landing gives access to four bedrooms and the family bathroom. There is a staircase rising to the second floor where the master bedroom is located with an en-suite comprising low level w.c., wash hand basin and feature roll top claw legged bath tub.
This property is ideal for a family who require four bedrooms and an adjoining playroom/television room. The layout works really well in our opinion, ideal for a teenager or an au pair needing their own space with one bedroom leading to another.
Garden & Garage - The rear garden has a cobbled brick effect patio area which leads to the lawn and is enclosed by stone walls. Outside lighting.
The garage, currently used as a games room and storage area (leasehold on a 999 year lease), has double wooden doors, a stable door leading to the garden, power and light connected and a storage cupboard housing the boiler.
There is off road car parking for two vehicles.
Location - Stoke Goldington - Stoke Goldington is a village located on the northern most tip of the Buckinghamshire county border alongside Northamptonshire. The village is of a linear design set on the B526. It has a village shop, pre-school and first school, church and The Lamb public house. A secondary school link is available at the sought after Ousedale school campuses, one in Olney and one in Newport Pagnell with the private Harpur Trust schools in Bedford less than 20 miles away, The village is an approximately 10-15 minute drive to junctions 14 and 15 of the M1 and the town centres of Milton Keynes and Northampton with their main line stations and extensive facilities are within a 20 minute drive. Extensive facilities can be found in the nearby towns of Newport Pagnell and Olney.
Disclaimer - Whilst we endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you please contact the office and we will be pleased to verify the information for you. Do so, particularly if contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. The mention of any appliance and/or services to this property does not imply that they are in full and efficient working order, and their condition is unknown to us. Unless fixtures and fittings are specifically mentioned in these details, they are not included in the asking price. Some items may be available subject to negotiation with the Vendor.
- Grade II Listed Period Property
- Four Double Bedrooms
- En-suite To Two Bedrooms
- Off-road Parking
- Double Garage
- No Upper Chain