Lovett Green, Sharpenhoe, Bedfordshire, MK45
- Modern detached property
- Five bedrooms; two en suite
- Four reception rooms
- Fitted kitchen with adjoining breakfast room
- Utility room and cloakroom
- Gas to radiator heating
- Driveway with parking for eight cars
- Landscaped gardens including private lake
The front is fully enclosed by timber fencing with centrally positioned remotely operated iron gates leading to the cobbled driveway which provides parking for up to eight cars and access to the double garage which has twin remotely operated up and over doors, power connected and eaves storage. The garden has been landscaped with ease of maintenance in mind and includes lawned areas, an ornate water feature and outside lighting.
Double doors from the reception hall open into the dual aspect sitting room which has a feature Limestone fireplace and exposed hardwood effect flooring. The dining room a high vaulted ceiling, an exposed tiled floor and glazed bi-fold doors extending the room to the garden, taking full advantage of the lakeside views. The family room has a bay window to the front and the study has exposed wood effect flooring and dual aspect windows to the rear garden.
Kitchen and Breakfast Room
The kitchen has a comprehensive range of modern units, including glazed display cabinets, with granite work surfaces incorporating a sink and drainer. Integrated appliances include a range cooker with extractor over, a dishwasher, microwave and fridge/freezer. The tiled floor continues through a feature archway into the adjoining breakfast room.
The rear garden is a particular feature of the property and has been professionally landscaped including an outdoor entertaining area, enclosed by ornate balustrades, around the side and rear of the house. Pathways lead to a lawned garden which has a pergola, ornate water features and a summerhouse with a veranda. A roped decked area borders the private lake, use of which is shared with the neighbouring properties.
Sharpenhoe is a small village in Bedfordshire, at the foot of the hills known as the Sharpenhoe Clappers, which are within the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Two circular walks (of 5 and 7 miles) start from Harlington train station through the scenic northern Chilterns. There is also a short stroll of 1.5 miles from The Lynmore Pub in Sharpenhoe. The property is in catchment for The Arnold Academy, in Barton-le-Clay, which is rated good by Ofsted. The property is about 9 miles from Hitchin town centre which has a wider variety of shops, pubs and restaurants.
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Lovett Green, Sharpenhoe, Bedfordshire, MK45
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Harlington Station1.1 miles
- Flitwick Station2.5 miles
- Leagrave Station4.5 miles
About the agent
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