5 bedroom detached house for saleEakley Lanes, Stoke Goldington, Buckinghamshire, MK16
- Stone built farmhouse
- Five bedrooms; two en suite
- Four reception rooms
- Loft/games room
- Refitted Pippy oak kitchen/breakfast room
- One bedroom annexe
- Separate paddock
A 19th century stone built five bedroom renovated farmhouse with an annexe, set in approximately 5 acres in a rural location on the edge of Stoke Goldington. Rocks Farm is approached via an electrically operated field gate with an intercom system, onto a long driveway to the front. The farmhouse is situated above twin waterfalls that lead into a small creek flowing down through 3 acres of wild woodland into the pond. There is a further 2 acre paddock.
Other Bedroom and Bathroom
Bedroom three has low set double glazed windows to the front and rear with a further Velux window to the rear. There is a partially vaulted ceiling with inset spotlights. Bedroom four has deep sills to dual aspect double glazed windows, and exposed timber beams. Bedroom five has built-in wardrobes, a cast iron fireplace, and a window. The four piece bathroom suite has a wood panel bath with shower attachment, a tiled shower cubicle, a WC, wash basin, tiled to splash backs, exposed timber beams and a deep silled double glazed window to the side.
Stairs from the landing lead to the loft/games room which has exposed timber beams, three Velux windows to the side, a low set window to the rear and a further low set window to the front.
The property is entered via a wood panel front door with double glazed wing window leading to the reception hall. The hall has a tiled floor, a brick capped display fireplace, digital alarm pad and a built-in storage cupboard. There is a double glazed window to the front, two double glazed windows to the rear and a door to the inner lobby.
The drawing room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins, a brick open fireplace with timber mantel housing a wood burner, underfloor heating, and windows to the front. Double doors, with windows either side, open to the orangery which has bi-folding doors to the garden. The rear lobby has exposed timber joinery, a tiled floor and stairs to the first floor. There are steps up to the family room which is a dual aspect room with exposed timber beams and a stone inglenook fireplace with brick hearth and timber lintel. The study is a dual aspect room with a feature fireplace.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room and Utility Room
The refitted dual aspect kitchen has a range of Pippy oak base and eye level units with granite work surfaces over incorporating a double ceramic sink. There is a built-in Miele dishwasher, a Britannia range cooker, space for an American fridge freezer, Karndean flooring, and a built-in oak breakfast table and window seat. Steps lead to the utility room which has a butler sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine, a brick display recess, and tiled flooring. There is a floor mounted oil burning boiler, a door to the side, and a door to the WC.
Bedroom two has exposed oak ceiling beams and supports, inset spot lights and windows overlooking the front with views over the paddock,. The en suite has a tiled corner shower cubicle, wash basin, a WC, heated towel rail, wooden floorboards, inset ceiling spotlights and a double glazed window to the side.
The galleried landing has exposed timber floor boards, a double glazed window to the side and steps up to the extended landing leading to bedroom four, the bathroom and stairs to the loft room.
The master suite is accessed via the landing through a corridor with two double glazed windows to the side and an airing cupboard. There are steps down to a further corridor with timber floorboards. The master bedroom has a window overlooking the front, with views over paddocks and farmland, and a low set window to the side. There are timber floorboards and a partially vaulted ceiling with inset spotlights. The dressing area has built-in double wardrobes to two walls. The four piece en suite has a wooden floor, a freestanding side filling bath with mixer taps, a tiled shower cubicle with cascade shower head and a hand held shower attachment, a WC, wash basin and a heated towel rail.
Location and Schooling
Stoke Goldington is a village situated on the northern most tip of the Buckinghamshire county border. The village has a shop, village hall, pre-school and first school, a church and The Lamb public house. Super-fast fibre optic broadband is now available in the village. Secondary schooling is available at Ousedale school in Olney and Newport Pagnell, and the Harpur Trust schools in Bedford.
The dry cellar is accessed from the outside of the property and has power and light. The property is approached via a five bar gate leading to the gravelled driveway which skirts the wood and sweeps around to the front of the property providing parking. To the front is a lawn area with steps to both sides leading to a terrace and front entrance to the property with a canopy porch. The enclosed garden has a paved patio area with steps up to a shingle area and lawn with flower and shrub borders, mature trees and a five bar gated access to the paddock. The woodland area shields the property from the view of the road and has a wide variety of trees. It covers approximately 3 acres, and includes a natural spring feeding the brook running through the gorge which in turn feeds the wildlife pond.
The annexe, which was formerly the garages, has underfloor heating, a kitchen/sitting room, a bedroom and a shower room.
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