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6 bedroom detached house for sale

High Street South, Stewkley, Leighton Buzzard, Buckinghamshire, LU7

Offers in Region of £950,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II listed manor house
  • Six bedrooms; one en suite
  • Family bathroom
  • Four reception rooms
  • Original features
  • South facing garden
  • Triple garage, off street parking
  • Aylesbury Grammar Schools catchment

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A Grade II listed six bedroom detached manor house of 3,820 sq. ft. with triple garage, off street parking and approximately 0.63 acre garden in the village of Stewkley. The house is mentioned in the Domesday Book and the oldest part dates back to the 11th century, with additions and modifications made in the 17th and 19th centuries. Accommodation is set over two floors and includes a kitchen, dining room, sitting room, family room and a study on the ground floor. To the first floor, the master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and there are five further bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a triple garage, off street parking for up to six cars and a garden measuring approximately 0.63 acres.

Kitchen and Utility Area 
The kitchen has a range of base and eye level units with a twin bowl butler's sink, granite worktops and tiled splashback areas. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher and a gas range cooker. There are leaded light windows to the rear and side, and space for an American style fridge/freezer. A sliding door leads into the pantry which has a window to the side. The rear porch/utility area has plumbing for a washing machine and a door and window to the rear.

First Floor 
The landing has windows to the rear which overlook the garden. Bedrooms three, four, five and six all have windows to the side and bedrooms four and five both have built-in wardrobes. The main landing has a staircase to the reception hall, a window to the front aspect and a door to the airing cupboard. The master bedroom has windows to front and side, fitted twin double wardrobes and a door to the rear corridor which provides access to bedroom three. There is a door and a step down to the en suite which has a panelled bath with a shower attachment over, a corner shower cubicle, a wash basin, a WC and a cupboard which houses the hot water tank. Bedroom two has windows to the front and rear and a range of fitted wardrobes along one wall. The family bathroom has a P-shaped panelled bath with a separate shower over, a wash basin, a WC and a window to the rear.

To the rear, the garden has paved patio areas, a lawn with hedgerow and mature tree borders, a garden shed and a greenhouse. The garden has a southerly aspect and is enclosed with side access to either side. The gravelled driveway provides parking for up to six cars and leads to the triple garage. This has three up and over doors, power and light connected and eaves storage space.

Situation and Schooling 
Nearby leisure facilities include the Three Locks Golf Club which is approximately 2 miles away. Shopping facilities are available within the village inlcuding a shop, two public houses, restaurants and local organisations. Further facilities are available in Leighton Buzzard (approximately 7 miles) and Milton Keynes Centre (approximately 10 miles). Leighton Buzzard railway station - with services to London Euston taking 27 minutes - is approximately 7 miles and M1 junction 13 is also approximately 7 miles away. The property falls within the Aylesbury Grammar and St Michaels Primary schools catchment area. Available private schools in the area include Swanbourne House (approximately 4.5 miles) Stowe (approximately 17 miles) and Akeley Wood (approximately 17.5 miles) and there are GP surgeries in Wing (approximatley 2 miles).

Stewkley is a parish of 3982 acres. The village has grown along the watershed between the Ouse and the Thames, about 500 ft asl. The spelling of the village name has varied over the years but it is thought to be rooted in the Anglo Saxon styfic-leah meaning clearing with stumps. Aerial photography has shown crop mark indication of a prehistoric enclosure and ring ditch and there have been some finds of flints and spindle whorls. A Roman road from Dorchester on Thames to Alconbury traversed the parish from SW to NE and it has been suggested that another from St Albans to Leckhampstead ran SE to NW. Sherds of Roman pottery and glass have been found.

Entrance Hall 
Glazed double doors open into the entrance porch which has a window to either side and there is a stained glass door into the reception hall. This has herringbone parquet flooring and a further door to the rear garden with windows to either side. There are also stairs to the first floor with an understairs cupboard. The cloakroom has a WC and a wash basin.

Reception Rooms 
The study has windows to the front and side aspects. There is an inglenook stone fireplace with inset recess shelving units to either side, and a door to a walk-in storage cupboard which has a window to the front aspect. The sitting room has a full height picture window to the rear, a window to the front and a stone inglenook fireplace. The dining room has windows to the rear and side and a feature brick built fireplace with a mantle over. The family room has a window to the side, a glazed door to the rear garden and a staircase with balustrade to the first floor landing.

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17 February 2016

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