Station Road, Castlethorpe, Milton Keynes

4 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | £475,000

  • Detached village home
  • Non-estate location
  • Two reception rooms
  • Living room with open fireplace
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Utility/cloakroom
  • 4 bedrooms (3 double)
  • Master bedroom with ensuite shower room
  • Double garage
  • Countryside views

An attractive and well presented 4 bedroom detached house with a double garage in a village location with countryside views to the front.

Property has accommodation set on two floors comprising; an entrance hall, living room, separate dining room fitted kitchen, and utility/cloakroom. On the first floor there are four bedrooms (three double), the master bedroom with an ensuite shower room and a large family bathroom complete with shower cubicle. Outside the property has good size and attractive gardens to both the front and rear, parking for several cars and a double garage.

The property offers scope to extend with planning permission previously granted for a two-storey extension. (now lapsed). It is located in a small cul-de-sac off Station Road Comprising just three homes with lovely views over countryside to the front. The property is located within a comfortable walking distance of both the village centre with shop and junior school and the popular canalside pub and restaurant, The Navigation.

This is a lovely family home and viewing is strongly recommended.

Ground Floor
The central entrance hall has an attractive woodblock floor, and open tread staircase to the first floor and doors to all rooms.

The living room is a dual aspect room with a bay window to the front and French doors with glazed side panels opening to the rear garden. Stone built open fireplace with a tiled hearth.

The dining room has a bay window to the front, wooden floor and a door opening to the kitchen.

The kitchen is fitted with a range of units to floor and wall levels with work tops and a sink unit. Integrated gas hob, extractor hood and double oven. Space for other appliances. Water softener. Window to the rear, stable door to the side. Gas central heating boiler.

A utility/cloakroom has floor and wall units with worktop, sink, and WC. Tiled floor, window to the rear, and space for the washing machine.

First Floor
The landing has access to the loft and doors to all rooms.

The master bedroom is a double bedroom located to the front with lovely countryside views. It has an extensive range of fitted wardrobes and cupboards with bedside cabinets. The ensuite shower room has a white suite comprising WC, wash basin and shower cubicle.

Bedroom 2 is a double bedroom located to the rear with fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom 3 is a double bedroom located to the front with a built in wardrobe and fabulous countryside views.

Bedroom 4 is a single bedroom located to the rear.

The large bathroom has a four piece suite comprising a WC, wash basin set in vanity unit, sunken corner bath and a shower cubicle. The airing cupboard houses a hot water cylinder. Tiling to floor and walls and a window to the rear.

The front garden is laid to lawn and there is a tarmac driveway providing off-road parking for several vehicles.

The good size rear garden is laid to lawn with a paved patio area and attractive stocked beds. The garden is enclosed by fencing. The driveway extends to the side of the property leading to the garage located in the rear garden.

Double Garage
Brick built double garage with up and over door and side pedestrian door. Power and light. Stud wall currently in place dividing a corner of the garage previously used as an office. This could be removed .

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.

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.

The property has gas to radiator central heating.

The property has UPVC double glazed windows.

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