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Keppel Avenue, Haversham, Milton Keynes
Sold Subject to Contract

3 beds | 1 baths | 1 receptions | £410,000


  • Detached House
  • Requires Modernisation
  • Scope to Extend
  • Large Corner Plot
  • Adjacent to Farmland/ Countryside
  • Lots of Parking
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Lounge/ Dining Room
  • Kitchen & Utility Rooms
  • NO UPER CHAIN

A 1930s style three bedroom detached house which requires some improvement and occupies a large end plot with plenty of scope to improve and extend.

The property has accommodation set on two floors comprising an entrance hall, utility room, lounge/dining room and a kitchen. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. The house has a particularly nice location at the end of a cul-de-sac adjacent to farmland with lovely views. It occupies a large plot with gardens to the front side and rear offering the scope to extend and offering lots of parking. A perfect opportunity for those wishing to create their dream home.

The property is offered to go with no upper chain
(Offers closer to £400,000)

Ground Floor
The storm porch has a front door leading to the hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to the utility room and living room.

The utility room, formerly the original kitchen for the property, has a range of units to floor and will levels with a circular sink and a window to the rear. Gas central heating boiler, door to the side. In our opinion this would make a very useful study.

The living/dining room is a dual aspect room with a bay window to the front and French doors opening onto the lovely rear garden. Fireplace with a tiled surround.

The kitchen forms an extension to the side of the property with a basic range of units, door to the side and window to the rear.

First Floor
The landing has a window to the side, access to the loft and doors to all rooms.

Bedroom 1 is a double bedroom to the front with a bay window and views over surrounding farmland.

Bedroom 2 is a double bedroom to the rear with views over the rear garden.

Bedroom 3 is a single bedroom located to the front with use over farmland.

The bathroom has a white suite comprising WC, wash basin and bath. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and windows to the side and rear.

Outside
The large front garden is laid with lawn and stocked beds and has a block paved driveway providing off-road parking for three cars and a pathway to the front door. There is plenty of space for additional parking should you wish to convert the lawns into further driveway. Gated access to both sides of the property leading to the rear garden.

The property sits at the end of a cul-de-sac and occupies a corner plot with a good size gardens to the side and rear laid with lawns and established beds and borders. The garden is enclosed by a combination of fencing and shrubs and sits adjacent to surrounding farmland. The side and rear gardens offer plenty of scope for extending, subject to any necessary consents that may be required.

Garage
Attached single garage of brick construction with an up and over door side pedestrian door. The garage has a corrugated roof of a style which may contain asbestos.

Heating
The property has gas to radiator central heating.

Location - Haversham
Haversham Village is is located just to the Northern edge of Milton Keynes - close enough to offer easy and quick access to the whole on of Milton Keynes, yet far enough out to offer a rural feel! The village is split in to two parts - separate by just under half a mile. The "newer"part of the village comprises housing built mainly between the 1930's to the 1960's and has the popular village junior school. Half a mile away is the "old village" which dates backs centuries , with mainly stone built houses. It has a dominant village church, a local traditional village pub, and a sailing lake and club. Both parts of Haversham have access to excellent walks, some of which follow the river Ouse, the Grand Union Canal, and around many lakes.

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.

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