A fabulous 4 bedroom town house which dates back to the 17th century and offers with a wealth of charm and character with fireplaces, exposed brick and stone work, and beams. It has a private garden to the rear.
The property, a Grade II listed building, is thought to have been built as a bakery and has been converted into a family home in more recent times. The current owners have carried out many improvements and the house is very well presented. The accommodation comprises; 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms and 2 bath/ shower rooms is set over three floors. It has many character features including exposed timbers, exposed stone work, fireplaces and period sash windows.
The town centre location means that all the town's facilities are just a short walk away as are the picturesque riverside meadows of the River Ouse. This is a lovely family home with a warmth of character rarely seen in the town. Viewing is recommended.
The central entrance hall gives access to most rooms and has plenty of space allowing for some furniture. There are exposed ceiling joists, panel doors to all rooms, and a tiles floor. Stairs rise to the first floor.
The well proportioned L'shape lounge is a characterful room with an attractive open fireplace with exposed brickwork and incorporating an a wood burner. Exposed ceiling timbers.
A sitting room located to the rear offers much charm with some exposed wall and ceiling timbers and an exposed stone wall. French doors with full length glazing overlook the enclosed rear garden.
The dining room has a fireplace incorporating an unusual burner believed to originate from France. There are built-in cupboards to the chimney breast and is open-plan to the kitchen.
The kitchen is a galley style and has recently been refitted with a range of built-in units and a built-in oven and electric hob. For those who wish for a larger kitchen we are informed that the dining room once formed part of the kitchen and may well suit a conversion.
The passage-way off the hall leads to a utility/ shower room with a refitted range of units to match the kitchen and a shower room with shower cubicle, wash basin and w.c.
There is a wide landing with plenty of space for furnishings and a bookcase making a useful library area. There are exposed ceiling timbers and wooden floors. Doors lead to the bedrooms and bathroom and a door leads to a winding staircase to the second floor.
The master bedroom is a large double bedroom to the rear with a view overlooking the garden and town rooftops beyond. It has paint beams to the ceiling.
Bedroom 2 is a double bedroom to the front with built-in wardrobes and an airing cupboard. Exposed ceiling timbers.
Bedroom 3 is a single bedroom.
The bathroom has been refitted in recent times with a white suite comprising a freestanding roll top bath, basin, and w.c.
At almost 30 feet in length, this large bedroom could offer a multiple of uses and we understand it was once divided into two rooms. It has the skylight windows to the rear with a view over the town roof tops and a dormer window to the front. There is some restricted head room in places.
The property has a fully enclosed rear garden with a paved patio and pathway with the remainder being laid to lawn and surrounded by flowerbeds. There is a small brick barn, useful for storage, and the garden is enclosed by a combination of high brick and stone walls and timber fencing.
Resident parking permits are available, for a small fee, allowing all day parking in the Market Square which is immediately opposite the property. Church Street also offer some parking bays.
Local Authority: Milton Keynes Council
Council Tax Band: E £2352.64 for the year 2022/23
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.
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.