A beautifully presented and extended 1930s semi detached house in a highly sought-after location close to the town centre.
The property is very well presented with accommodation set over two floors comprising; a hall, cloakroom, utility room, separate living room with log burner, and a large open plan kitchen/family room/dining room with bi-fold doors. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. The property has off road parking to the front and a large rear garden extending to round 100ft. Willen Road is a highly sought after location just a short walk to the town centre, and just across the road there are beautiful walks on the Riverside meadow. The property is within the catchment area of Ousedale School.
The entrance hall has stairs to the first floor and traditional panel doors to all rooms.
The cloakroom with a suite comprising WC and wash basin.
The utility room has a Belfast sink and worktop, space for washing machine and other appliances and a range of floor to ceiling cupboards. Window to the side.
The living room to the front has a bay window and the focal point of the room is the fireplace with a wood burning stove.
The heart of this home is it's large open plan kitchen/dining/family room. Kitchen area has a range of units to floor and wall levels with solid wood worktops and a double butler sink. It is open plan to the dining/family area which has a set of bi-fold doors spanning the width of the room with lovely views over the large rear garden. There is ample space for dining table and sofa.
The landing has a window to the side, airing cupboard, access to the loft and traditional panel doors and doors to all rooms.
Bedroom 1 is a double bedroom located to the front with a bay window and built in wardrobes
Bedroom 2 is a double bedroom located to the rear with a lovely view over the garden, a built-in double wardrobe and painted floorboards.
Bedroom 3 is a single bedroom located to the rear.
The bathroom has a modern white suite with WC, wash basin and bath with shower over. Part tiled walls and window to the front.
Gardens & Parking
The front garden is laid to gravel offering off-road parking and is enclosed by a brick wall and double wooden gates.
The large rear garden extends to approximately 100 ft. in length with a large timber decked patio area stepping down to the lawn. There are stock beds and a gravel pathway leading to the far end of the garden with an office and shed. The office is of timber construction and has power and light.
The property has gas to radiator central heating.
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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.