- Character Home
- Four Bedrooms
- Separate Reception Rooms
- Good Size Gardens
- Many Period Features
- Two En Suites
- Large Open Plan Kitchen/Family Room
- Double Garage
- Village Location
The property as a whole has retained an abundance of period features with exposed beams, low ceilings, inglenook fireplace and a crooked external charm, and also has the benefit of a sympathetic extension that offers a more contemporary living area that is perfect for entertaining and for family time.
The village of Newton Longville is situated to the south of Milton Keynes approximately a ten to fifteen minute drive from Central Milton Keynes mainline train station and approximately five minutes to Bletchley train station, both of which have mainline rail services to London Euston.
Newton Longville is home to the Crooked Billet pub/restaurant and Milton Keynes provides extensive shopping and leisure facilities.
Entered under canopy porch via ornate glazed door to open plan kitchen & family room.
Kitchen/Family Room 25`2" (7.67m) x 15`0" (4.57m)
A great space for family time and entertaining that is filled with natural light. The kitchen area has an ornate glazed window to front and part glazed door with side window leading to the rear garden.
The kitchen is fitted with a modern range of units at base & eye level with wooden work surface incorporating sink unit and has the addition of a centre island with wooden work surface. There is a spiral staircase leading to the first floor and a tiled floor.
The family area has a window to the rear and French doors opening out to the rear garden.
Hall 10`7" (3.23m) x 4`7" (1.4m)
Ornate glazed window to front. Door to utility/boot room and step up to drawing room.
Utility Room/Boot room 10`10" (3.3m) x 5`11" (1.8m)
Two ornate glazed windows to rear and door to rear garden. Ceramic `butler sink`. Base and eye level units with work surface. Plumbing and space for washing machine.
Drawing Room & Dining Room 22`0" (6.71m) Max x 12`6" (3.81m) Max
Ornate glazed door and ornate glazed circular window to front. Window to rear. Inglenook fireplace housing wood burning stove and former bread oven. Stairs rising to first floor. Step up to dining room. Door to hall. Open plan into dining room with window to rear.
Stairs leading down to basement. Doors to study, cloakroom and snug.
Study 15`9" (4.8m) x 7`4" (2.24m)
Window to rear. Built in cupboard.
Snug 7`8" (2.34m) x 4`1" (1.24m)
Window to front.
Window to front. A two piece suite comprising low level flush wc and wash basin. Tiled splash back. Tiled floor.
Basement 9`8" (2.95m) x 9`6" (2.9m)
Window to rear.
Two ornate, glazed dormer windows to front and skylight window to rear. Doors to all bedrooms and family bathroom. Reduced head height in opening. Ornate balustrade around spiral stairwell.
Master Bedroom 15`9" (4.8m) x 10`11" (3.33m)
Window to rear. A range of built in wardrobes. Door to en suite shower room.
A three piece suite comprising tiled shower cubicle, low level flush wc and wash basin. Tiled walls. Tiled floor. Extractor fan.
Bedroom Two 13`4" (4.06m) x 9`1" (2.77m)
Window to rear. Built in cupboard. Door to en suite bathroom.
Window to rear. A three piece suite comprising corner bath, low level flush wc and wash basin. Complimentary tiling. Extractor fan.
Bedroom Three 12`1" (3.68m) x 7`2" (2.18m)
Ornate glazed dormer window to front.
Bedroom Four 10`5" (3.18m) x 8`2" (2.49m)
Window to rear.
A three piece suite comprising bath with shower over and shower screen, low level flush wc and wash basin. Tiled walls. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan.
The property is set in attractive gardens with parking to the front with a driveway and a detached double garage with eaves storage above.
The large rear garden has a raised patio terrace leading off of the kitchen/family room and mature, well stocked gardens.
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