An attractive and very well presented red brick 1930s terraced property, with large garden and ample parking, situated on the sought after Calverton Road.
The property has accommodation set on two floors comprising; an entrance hall, living room with wood burning stove, large open plan kitchen/dining room, 3 double bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside the property has parking for at least three cars to the front and a large rear garden (around 100ft).
Calverton Road is a highly sought after road just a short walk from the town centre and some picturesque riverside walks. These in demand properties are rarely available and early viewing is recommended to avoid disappointment.
A storm porch has a front door opening to the entrance hall which has stairs to the first floor with a cupboard under, tiled floor and stripped joinery to include skirting boards, architraves, banisters and stripped panel doors to all rooms.
The living room, located to the front, has a painted period bay window and a wood burning stove.
The open plan kitchen/dining room as a dining area with plenty of space for a table, a feature fireplace and French doors opening to the rear garden. The kitchen area has a range of wood fronted units with worktops, a 1 1/2 bowl ceramic sink, integrated Neff oven and gas hob and space for a washing machine and fridge/ freezer. Replacement sliding sash window to the rear. Gas central heating boiler.
The landing has stripped joinery to the banisters, architraves and skirtings, and stripped panel doors to all rooms.
Bedroom 1 is a large double bedroom located to the front with a cast iron fireplace and period windows.
Bedroom 2 is a large double bedroom located to the rear with a cast iron fireplace and a period sliding sash window with lovely views over the rear garden.
Bedroom 3 is a double bedroom located to the rear and has a period sliding sash window.
The bathroom has a modern white suite comprising a WC and wash basin built into a vanity unit and a bath with shower and shower screen over. Tiled floor and walls. Window to the front.
The front garden is laid with gravel providing off-road parking for at least 3 cars with a plant bed, the removal of which may allow the driveway to be extended to park 4 cars. A pathway and side passageway lead to the rear garden.
The property has a large rear garden - extending to in excess of 100 feet in length - which is landscaped with lawns, patios and established stocked beds. Adjacent to the property there are two brick built out houses providing useful storage, a greenhouse and to the far end of the garden a vegetable patch and a wooden garden shed. The gardens are enclosed by fencing and have has a south-east aspect.
The property has gas to radiator central heating, and in addition a wood burning stove in the living room.
Location - Stony Stratford
An attractive and historic coaching town referred to as the Jewel of Milton Keynes. The town is set on the north/western corner of Milton Keynes and is bordered to most sides by attractive countryside and parkland with lovely riverside walks. The attractive and well used High Street has many historic and listed buildings and offers a diverse range of shops that should suit all your day to day needs.
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