A very well presented 4 bedroom detached family home with a large conservatory extension, garage and gardens.
The property has accommodation set on two floors comprising; an entrance hall, cloakroom, separate lounge and dining rooms as well as a kitchen/dining room. Large conservatory extension to the rear and utility room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms - the master bedroom with an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom.
Outside the property has gardens to the front and rear - the rear garden offering a good degree of privacy, driveway and garage. The property has a useful addition of solar panels which provide an annual income.
Pennycress Way is located on the edge of the town within comfortable walking distance of a large supermarket, the town centre and is in a catchment area for the nearby Portfields Junior School & Ousedale Secondary school
The front door opens to the hall which has stairs to the first floor with a cupboard under and doors to the lounge, kitchen, and cloakroom.
The cloakroom has a white suite comprising WC and wash basin with part tiled walls, travertine tiled floor and window to the front.
The living room has a feature fireplace with gas coal effect fire, bay window to the front and French doors opening to the dining room.
The dining room located to the rear has patio doors opening to the conservatory.
The conservatory is a large addition to the rear of the property of part brick and part UPVC double glazed construction with a glass roof, tiled floor with underfloor heating (electric) and French doors opening to the rear garden.
The kitchen/dining room has two defined areas. The kitchen area has a range of oak fronted units to wall and floor and roll top work surfaces. Inset 1 1/2 bowl ceramic sink. Integrated appliances include a five ring gas hob, extractor hood, AEG pyrolytic oven, AEG combination microwave oven and AEG dishwasher Space for fridge/ freezer. The dining area has French doors opening to the rear garden and a door to the utility room.
The utility room has floor and wall units with roll top work surfaces and a sink unit. Space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a door to the rear garden. Door to the garage
The landing has a window to the side, airing cupboard housing gas central heating boiler and the access to the loft. Doors to all rooms.
Bedroom 1 is a double bedroom located to the front with a bay window, built-in double wardrobes and an en-suite shower room with a suite comprising WC, wash basin and shower cubicle. Window to the side
Bedroom 2 is a double bedroom located to the rear with built-in double wardrobes
Bedroom 3 is located to the rear.
Bedroom 4 is a single bedroom located to the front and the cupboard over the stairs bulkhead.
The family bathroom has a suite comprising WC, wash basin and bath with shower over. Window to the side
The front garden is laid to lawn with a tarmac driveway providing off-road parking for two cars and side gated access leading to the rear garden.
The fully enclosed rear garden has two paved patio areas, one adjacent to the house and another to the far end of the garden. The reminder is laid to lawn. The garden is enclosed by fencing and offers a good degree of privacy with a backdrop of mature trees.
Attached single garage with up and over door and rear access door to the utility room
The property has gas to radiator central heating and in addition electric underfloor heating to the conservatory.
A bank of solar panels will be included in the sale these offer heavily subsidised electricity running costs and also generate an annual income through a feed in tariff has approximately 14 years to run.
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.
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. Even if any such fixtures and fittings are mentioned in these details it should be verified at the point of negotiating if they are still to remain. Some items may be available subject to negotiation with the vendor.