A well presented 1930s semi detached house situated on the edge of New Bradwell and Milton Keynes with fabulous views to the rear.
The property has accommodation set on two floors to comprise a hall, lounge, separate dining room, kitchen and conservatory. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a large bathroom. It has good size gardens to the front and rear with off-road parking to the front. Period features include panel doors and a fireplace. The owners have had many improvements carried out including external and internal insulation. The front garden offers off road parking and the beautiful rear garden extends to around 85ft in length and backs on to meadows and countryside. The property is just a short walk from many shops in New Bradwell and at the Oakridge Park centre, and a comfortable walk to Wolverton railway station.
A small porch leads to the hall with stairs to the first floor period panel doors to:
The lounge located to the front has a fireplace recess and a double glazed window.
The dining room is located to the rear has a cast iron period fireplace, picture rail French doors opening to the conservatory and an open door way to the kitchen. The kitchen has a range of floor and wall units with new worktops, single drainer sink, and appliances. Window to the side and a further window to the rear with beautiful views over the rear garden and countryside beyond.
The landing has access to the loft and period panelled doors lead to all rooms.
Bedroom one is located to the rear and is a double bedroom with fabulous views over the rear garden and countryside beyond. Bedroom two is a double bedroom located to the front, and bedroom three is a single bedroom located to the front.
The large bathroom has a modern white suite comprising WC, wash basin and bath with a window to the rear with lovely views, airing cupboard and linen cupboard.
The front garden is attractively landscaped and has a driveway providing off-road parking. Side access to the rear garden
The beautifully landscaped rear garden extends to approximately 85 feet in length, has a timber deck which steps down to neat lawns and heavily stocked flower beds and borders. To the far end of the garden there is shed, greenhouse and vegetable patch. The garden backs onto meadows and countryside which lead down to the river.
The property has gas to radiator central heating.
Location - New Bradwell
New Bradwell is a small town of mainly Victorian and Edwardian buildings located on the Northern fringe of Milton Keynes . Most homes in New Bradwell are located within a short walk of the small High Street with an assortment of shops and food establishments for all of your day to day needs. The grand union canal runs to the southern edge and the north is bordered by miles of Buckinghamshire countryside with attractive walks, some along the riverside. The main line rail station in Wolverton to London (Euston) and the North is located just 10 minutes walk (approximate) from the western end of New Bradwell.
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