7 bedroom terraced house for sale

HIGH STREET, OLNEY

£1,195,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A FINE PERIOD HOME CONVENIENTLY LOCATED IN THE SOUGHT AFTER HIGH STREET.
  • ORIGINATING FROM THE MID 17TH CENTURY
  • MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES
  • VEHICULAR ACCESS DIRECTLY OFF THE HIGH STREET
  • INCORPORATES A RETAIL SHOP AND COACH HOUSE
  • A RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS WITH PLANNING APPROVAL

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

WE ARE FAVOURED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFER FOR SALE THIS FINE GRADE II LISTED PERIOD HOME CONVENIENTLY LOCATED IN THE SOUGHT AFTER HIGH STREET. THE PROPERTY IS STONE BUILT AND DOUBLE FRONTED ORIGINATING FROM THE MID 17TH CENTURY AND DURING THE VICTORIAN PERIOD HAD SUBSTANTIAL, TWO STOREY, REAR EXTENSIONS. MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES ARE STILL INHERENT. HISTORICALLY THE PROPERTY HAS BEEN OCCUPIED AS A DOCTORS RESIDENCE AND SURGERY UNTIL THE 1990'S, AND IS RATHER UNIQUE BY HAVING THE BENEFIT OF VEHICULAR ACCESS DIRECTLY OFF THE HIGH STREET.
IN ADDITION TO THE PRINCIPAL ACCOMMODATION,
THE PROPERTY INCORPORATES A RETAIL SHOP AND COACH HOUSE WHICH HAS A RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS WITH PLANNING APPROVAL TO REDEVELOP IN TO A TWO BEDROOM RESIDENTIAL ANNEXE. THE ESTABLISHED GARDENS INCLUDE AN ANCIENT YEW TREE.

RECEPTION HALL 
Enclosed behind a wonderful glazed period entrance door. Picture rail. Oak wood block floor. Glazed door to with ornate fan light above to :

LOUNGE HALL 
19’1 MEASURED INTO BAY, X 15’1. Bay with sash window to the front elevation. Three radiators. Oak wood block floor. A period stone open fireplace with timber surround provides the main focal point, this is complemented on one side with fitted book shelves and to the other side with original glazed fronted storage cabinets. Door to:

DINING ROOM 
17'9 MAX, MEASURED INTO BAY X 12'4. Bay with sash window to the front elevation. Three radiators. Oak wood block floor. An original marble fireplace provides the main focal point.

INNER HALLWAY 
A natural wood staircase rises to the first floor galleried landing. High ceiling with coving. Built-in storage cupboard. Hat and coat rail. Two radiators. Victorian tiled floor. Security system with control panel. Glazed door leads to an enclosed passageway, which provides High Street access and historically used to gain access to the Doctors Surgery.

CELLAR 
Victorian blue brick steps lead down in to the cellar. Fully shelved. Power and light. Fuse board and electricity meters. A stained glass leaded door from the Inner Hall leads to the side Entrance Vestibule.

CLOAKROOM/WC 
Frosted window to the rear elevation. White sanitary ware comprises a low flush WC and vanity basin. Period style radiator. Ceramic tiled floor. This room was used as the original surgery.

DRAWING ROOM  
21’4 MAX MEASURED INTO BAY X 14’6. Bay window with bench seating to the rear elevation providing garden views. High ceiling with decorative coving, picture rail and hand painted frieze. Period style radiator. Parquet flooring. A slate open fireplace with ornate timber surround, provides the main focal point.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 
17'9 X 16'7 MAX. L-Shaped room with two sash windows and a glazed door to the rear garden elevation. High ceiling. Kitchen area with original tiled recess, ideal for fridge. Stainless steel cooker hood. A further tiled recess, ideal for Range cooker. Units to low and high levels. Stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap. Built-in wine racks. Dresser unit and further pine dresser. Radiator. Slate effect tiled floor. A redundant fireplace, now being used as a storage cupboard with shelving. Glazed door to Utility Room.

BOOT ROOM 
Window to the side elevation. Lagged hot water cylinder and immersion heater. Shelving. Radiator. Original Victorian tiled floor.

UTILITY ROOM 
11’10 X 7’10. Glazed roof, windows and doors to the rear garden. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for tumbler dryer, freezer, etc.

FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING 
Beautiful stained glass leaded light window to the southern elevation off the half landing. Coved ceiling and picture rail. Radiator. Door to Inner Landing area Door to second floor stairwell and understair storage cupboard.

MASTER BEDROOM 
18'6 X 14'4. Large sash window to the rear elevation providing garden views. Picture rail. Period fireplace with tiled inlay and timber surround. Radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 
16’5 X 10’2. Sash window to the rear elevation providing garden views. Built-in wardrobe. Period fireplace with timber surround. Radiator.

HALF LANDING AREA 
Steps lead down from the main landing to a secondary landing area to the front of the property.

BEDROOM THREE 
15'2 X 12'7. Sash window to the front elevation and further small pane window to the side elevation. Exposed ceiling beam. An original wardrobe recess is fitted with shelving. Period cast iron fireplace with timber surround. Radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR 
15' X 14'4. Sash window to the front elevation. Ceiling beam. Built-in wardrobe. Period cast iron fireplace with timber surround. Radiator.

INNER LANDING AREA 
Door from main landing area leads to an inner landing. Large airing cupboard.

BEDROOM FIVE 
9’6 X 9’6. Sash window to the rear elevation. Radiator.

BATHROOM 
Frosted sash window to the rear elevation. White contemporary style sanitary comprises a concealed cistern WC, vanity basin with storage below, a cast iron bath with shower mixer attachment and a tiled shower enclosure. Fully tiled walls. Chrome towel rail. Shaver light/socket. Ceramic tiled floor.

SECOND FLOOR: 
Enclosed stairwell. Velux window. Built-in storage cupboard.

BEDROOM SIX 
13’10 X 12’. Dormer sash window to the front elevation. Access to roof space. Built-in storage cupboard. Radiator. Original Oak floorboards.

BEDROOM SEVEN 
14’2 X 10’2. Dormer sash window to the front elevation. Original built-in storage cupboards. Access to roof space.

STORE ROOM 
14’7 X 4’9. Light. Exposed floorboards.

WALLED GARDENS 
Generous and well established gardens comprising a large lawn area with shrub borders and several mature trees include an ancient Yew Tree, Walnut and Silver Birch. A tarmac terrace with steps leading down to a further terrace area which accommodates a timber pergola and an ornate pond with water fall and timber bridge. Vegetable garden incorporating raised planting area and a timber greenhouse. External power points and water supply. Rear gated pedestrian access to East Street.

DRIVEWAY & OUTBUILDINGS 
Timber gates provide vehicular access directly off the High Street to a tarmac driveway and garage. The garage has an up and over door, power, light and a workshop area to the rear. Screened off from the driveway is a log store, solid fuel store and a brick built WC.

COACH HOUSE & WORKSHOP 
Fronting on to the High Street this two storey brick and stone barn along with the garage to the rear, has the benefit of planning approval to re-develop in to a two bedroom residential annexe Planning Ref: 14/01442/FUL, dated 08/07/2014.

RETAIL SHOP 
Former surgery fronting on to the High Street benefitting from WC/washing facilities, power and light. (Further details available upon request)

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05 October 2015

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  • Wolverton (7.7 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Wolverton (7.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Stephen Oakley & Co, Olney

35 High Street Olney MK46 4EB

03339 873456 Local call rate

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