A beautifully presented two bedroom period property located just off the town centre and with the benefit of an enclosed garden with a small studio/ bar.
The property has accommodation set on two floors comprising an open-plan living room and dining room, both with open fireplaces, and a modern fitted kitchen. On the first floor a landing, two bedrooms and a large bathroom. The property has a front garden, good size rear garden and a brick out-building converted into a bar - perfect for entertaining. This is a beautifully presented house with so much going for it - viewing is recommended.
The front door opens to the living room / dining room. The living area to the front has which has a UPVC double glazed window and a fireplace with an open flu. The dining area to the rear has another fireplace with an open flu, and a window overlooking the rear garden. Stairs to the first floor with a bespoke range of cupboards and drawers under making use of every inch of space.
The modern fitted kitchen has a range of units to floor and wall levels, worktops and the sink unit. Integrated oven and hob and space for a washing machine and fridge/ freezer. Window and door to the side opening to the rear garden.
Landing has access to the loft and doors to all rooms.
Bedroom 1 is a double bedroom located to the front.
Bedroom 2 is located to the rear overlooking the garden.
The good size bathroom has a white suite comprising WC, wash basin and bath with shower over. Part tiled walls and painted floorboards. Window to the rear.
Windows & Heating
All windows are fitted with UPVC double glazing.
Gas to radiator central heating.
The property has a small front garden enclosed by a brick wall.
The rear garden is laid with artificial grass and a combination of block paving and paving slabs with low maintenance in mind. The garden is enclosed by brick walls and fencing. At the end of the garden there is a brick built outhouse which has been converted to provide a small bar complete with a wood burning stove. Would suit as an office or studio too - a perfect retreat and great for entertaining.
Location - Newport Pagnell
The town was first mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Neuport, Old English for "New Market Town", but by that time the old Anglo-Saxon town was dominated by the Norman invaders. The suffix "Pagnell" came later when the manor passed into the hands of the Pagnell (Paynel) family. It was the principal town of the Three Hundreds of Newport, a district that had almost the same boundary as the modern Borough. The area is well served with local schooling, leisure facilities including a swimming pool, shops, pubs and restaurants. Further amenities can be found in Central Milton Keynes, which is a short drive away. Central Milton Keynes and nearby Wolverton both offer links into London Euston. CMK offers direct links with journey times of approximately 40 minutes.
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