3 bedroom cottage for saleBullington End, Hanslope, Milton Keynes, MK9
- Grade II Listed Cottage
- 1.8 acres of land
- Gated Driveway
- Oak Beamed Ceilings
- Countryside Views
- Short Drive to MK Train Station
- Large Inglenook Fireplace
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- EPC Exempt
Alan Francis offer for sale this Grade ll listed semi-detached cottage in the historic village of Hanslope, Milton Keynes. Established within 1.8 acres of land, the property encompasses a rural feel alongside picturesque views. This former farmhouse is not to be missed.
The cottage has a wealth of character combining an abundance of original features including exposed timber beamed ceilings, large Inglenook fireplace with modern amenities including an oil fired Rayburn stove.
Set back from the road, the property is approached via a gated drive and has well maintained gardens to the front, side & rear including a substantial pond and outbuilding. With panoramic views from the rear garden overlooking the Buckinghamshire countryside.
Location: Hanslope - Hanslope is an old village situated to the North of Milton Keynes. The village has many local pubs, shops including a local butchers, GP surgery and other useful facilities. The centre of the village contains some fine old buildings of limestone or red brick with thatched or slate roofs. Education is at Hanslope Primary school and Radcliffe Middle School. In addition the village displays one of the highest steeples in the country and is popular with equestrian enthusiasts.
Property - Property details as follows:
Entrance: - 16'5 x 9'10 (5.00m x 3.00m) - Entrance is via a hard wood front door through to an entrance hall. The entrance hall has a radiator to the side aspect, wood effect flooring and a door to an under-stairs utility area with plumbing for a washing machine.
Kitchen: - 10'10 x 13'2 (3.30m x 4.01m) - The kitchen has stone slabbed flooring, an oil fuelled Rayburn stove providing heating and hot water for the house, exposed oak beam ceiling, singled glazed beech casement sash windows, radiator, rolled-edge worktop with Gloucester sink, plumbing for a dishwasher and a door leading to a staircase. Doorway through to the lounge.
Lounge: - 16'10 x 11'3 (5.13m x 3.43m) - Enter onto stone flooring, with imposing solid limestone inglenook fireplace measuring 7'8 x 5'2. The lounge has a continuation of the exposed oak beamed ceiling, three sets of oak casement single glazed windows to the front and side aspects with seating bays in two, a radiator, power lights and aerial television socket.
First Floor - To the first floor is the:
Landing Area: - 2'7 x 11'0 (0.79m x 3.35m) - Wooden staircase rising from the kitchen to the landing area. The landing has exposed wooden beams, a bay window to the side aspect with views overlooking the rear landscape and stairs rising to the second floor. Doors to various rooms.
Bathroom - Enter onto exposed wood flooring with a three piece suite comprising of a stand-alone enamelled metal bath, pedestal wash hand basin and a WC with feature Victorian cistern. The bathroom has an oak casement single glazed window with bay, views to the rear garden and extractor fan.
Bedroom Two: - 11'3 x 9'1 (3.43m x 2.77m) - With fitted carpet flooring, dual aspect oak casement windows with wooden seating on bay, a radiator, telephone point and oak beamed ceiling.
Bedroom Three: - 11'6 x 8'5 (3.51m x 2.57m) - With fitted carpet flooring, exposed oak beam ceiling, oak casement sash window with radiator below, a fitted wardrobe to the rear with varnished double doors, an under-stairs storage cupboard to the side, a shower unit with electric shower and an extractor fan.
Second Floor: - To the second floor is a:
Master Bedroom - 20'11 (max x 12'11 (max) (6.38m ( max x 3.94m ( ma - With stairs rising from the first floor landing, you enter the master bedroom onto exposed wooden flooring. The room has an oak casement single glazed window to the rear aspect, oak beam following the pitch of the room (separating the room in the centre), a radiator to the side and a door to an over-stairs cupboard.
Rear & Side Gardens - Completely enclosed by fencing, with a gravelled path leading from the driveway to the cottage, a myriad of different features including a large pond surrounded by copse, separate patio seating area looking out onto fields, herbaceous borders and a small orchard bearing fruit in the summer. Truly has to be seen to appreciated.
Outbuilding - With power, light and plumbing.
Driveway - Gated driveway with off road parking for several cars.
Tenure - This property is offered for sale Freehold.
Our clients solicitor has advised the property includes 1.8 acres of land, any interested party should get this verified by solicitors to satisfy themselves.
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