A beautifully presented and renovated 3 bedroom semi detached house in a highly sought after village location with countryside views.
The property has undergone a comprehensive renovation in recent times, with quality fittings. It comprises hall, cloakroom, living room, and a fabulous open plan kitchen/ dining room with bi-folding doors giving lovely views over the rear garden and countryside beyond.
The village of Haversham is located to the northern edge of Milton Keynes and is split in to two. The cottage is located in the rarely available and highly sought after "old village", which boasts a traditional village pub and the popular sailing club. The towns of Newport Pagnell and Wolverton are just a short drive away and Wolverton Railway station is a comfortable cycle ride.
The hall way gives access to all ground floor rooms with solid oak doors. Large formatted tiled floor runs through to the cloakroom, and kitchen and dining areas.
The cloakroom has a white suite comprising a WC and wash basin and has a tiled floor.
The lounge located to the front has a feature fireplace (not full - not operable) and a window the front.
The fabulous kitchen is fitted with a range of units to base and wall levels and has work tops to include a breakfast bar. Integrated appliances include an electric oven, induction hob and dishwasher, and there is space for a washing machine. Stairs lead to the first floor and the under stairs cupboard houses the oil fired central heating boiler. The kitchen is open plan to the dining room which has a 3 metre set of bi-folding doors giving lovely views over the rear garden, paddocks and countryside.
The landing has a window to the side, access to the loft and a built in cupboard. Access to rooms with solid oak doors
Bedroom 1 is located to the rear and has fantastic views over the paddocks and countryside beyond to the crest of a hill.
Bedrooms 2 and 3 are located to the front.
The bathroom/ shower room has been fitted with a 4 piece suite comprising a WC, wash basin with a vanity unit, a bath with a mixer tap and shower, and a separate shower cubicle. It has fully tiled floor and walls, a towel radiator, and a mirror with built in LED lighting.
The is a gravelled driveway to the side of the property proving off road parking for 2-3 cars. The gravelled area to the front of the house id a dedicated turning area allowing both properties to to join the High Street forward facing.
The rear garden has been laid with turf and has a new paved patio. It is enclosed to the sides by new 6ft fencing and had a post and rail fence to the rear allowing lovely views over paddocks to the rear (used for horses) and countryside beyond. Side gated access, oil tank, and a small brick outhouse (possibly an original outside WC!)
There is a public right of way over the fields to the rear access via a footpath a few doors down giving access to miles of countryside walks.
The property has a brand new oil to radiator central heating system including new oil tank located in the rear garden.
The old village of Haversham does not have mains gas or mains sewerage.
The property is connected to a brand new septic tank which is shared with there new house next door.
The property has new UPVC double glazed windows, finished in a sage colour on the exterior, white on the interior.The bifold door are finished in grey and white
The property has undergone a comprehensive renovation giving it a "like new" feel, with works carried out to include;
New carpets to the lounge, stairs, landing and bedrooms
Tiled floors to the hall, cloakroom, kitchen, dining room and bathroom.
New septic tank
New windows and doors
New oil to radiator central heating.
New internal solid oak doors.
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 village church, a local traditional village pub, and a sailing lake and club house. Both parts of Haversham have access to excellent walks, some of which follow the river Ouse, the Grand Union Canal, and lakeside.
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