High Street, Olney
- SUBSTANTIAL RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY WITH COMMERCIAL SHOP FRONTAGE
- PROMINENT POSITION ON THE HIGH STREET
- SELF-CONTAINED COMMERCIAL ELEMENT
- UNINTERRUPTED REAR ACCESS
- GENEROUS GARDEN
- LARGE DETACHED GARAGE
WITH COMMERCIAL SHOP FRONTAGE. THIS DOUBLE FRONTED PERIOD PROPERTY COMMANDS A PROMINENT POSITION IN OLNEY TOWN'S SOUGHT AFTER HIGH STREET. OCCUPYING A LARGE PLOT, THIS IS ONE OF VERY FEW PROPERTIES WHICH ENJOYS HIGH STREET FRONTAGE AND UN-INTERRUPTED REAR ACCESS THROUGH TO EAST STREET.
THE PROPERTY HAS IN RECENT YEARS BEEN SYMPATHETICALLY REFURBISHED AND IMPROVED PAYING PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO DETAIL.
THE RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION FEATURES ATTRACTIVE RECEPTION ROOMS, FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS, A GENEROUS GARDEN WITH A VARIETY OF OUTBUILDINGS INCLUDING A LARGE DETACHED GARAGE.
BENEFITS INCLUDE GAS RADIATOR CENTRAL HEATING AND DOUBLE GLAZING.THE COMMERCIAL ELEMENT IN EXCESS OF 500 SQ FT, IS COMPLETELY SELF CONTAINED.
Accessed from the High Street via a glazed corridor. A welcoming reception hall with glazed door and double glazed deep sill window to side elevation. Exposed ceiling beams and wood block floor. Period style radiator. Dog leg staircase rises to the first floor galleried landing.
White sanitary ware comprising a low flush WC and a vanity basin set on a tiled wash stand. Extractor fan. Wood block floor. Understair storage cupboard. Boiler cupboard housing a Valiant gas fired Combi boiler, which serves the radiator and domestic hot water systems.
19’10 X 14’1
A pair of double glazed French doors and two deep sill double glazed windows to the side elevation. High ceiling with exposed ceiling beams. A magnificent stone inglenook fireplace with concealed lighting provides the main focal point, this incorporate a wood burning stove set on a flagstone hearth. Period style radiator. Glazed door to :
14’7 X 12’3
This room was originally the stables and has two double glazed windows to the side elevation, both with curved brick detailing above. There is a further high level frosted double glazed window to the side elevation. Exposed ceiling beams. An original fireplace reclaimed from the front of the building, provides the main focal point, this has a timber surround, cast iron fire arch and quarry tiled hearth and is complemented on one side by a built-in period alcove with shelving. Two period style radiators. Access via a retractable ladder to a boarded roof space with power and light.
14’7 X 12’8
Deep sill double glazed window and glazed door to the side elevation. Recessed ceiling lights. A bespoke Oak kitchen with units to low and high levels and polished granite work surfaces. Tiled splash areas. White butler sink with bridge style mixer tap. Integrated appliances comprise a multi fuel AGA Range-Master cooker set into a brick recess with extractor hood and concealed lighting, dishwasher, fridge freezer, washer/dryer and wine rack. Period style radiator. Wood effect laminate floor.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Split level galleried landing with double glazed windows to both the rear and side elevations.
13’5 X 12’7 MIN, NOT MEASURED INTO DOOR RECESS.
Original sash window to the front elevation. Attractive cast iron fireplace. Period style radiator. Glazed door to :
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
Double glazed window to the rear garden elevation. Sanitary ware comprises a high flush WC, French style vanity unit with marble top and brass mixer tap and a shower enclosure. Heated towel rail.
18’8 X 11’6
Original sash window to the front elevation. Access to an insulated roof space. Radiator. Original cast iron fireplace providing the main focal point.
15’4 X 10’2
Dual aspect room with double glazed windows to both the side and rear elevations. Access via a retractable ladder to the roof space with power and light.
12’9 X 8’2
Original sash window to the front elevation. Radiator. Exposed floorboards.
FAMILY BATH/SHOWER ROOM
Comprising a low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, a cast iron bath with bath/shower mixer attachment and a shower enclosure incorporating a spa shower with body jets. Extractor fan. Tiled splash areas. Chrome heated towel rail. Radiator.
A large rear garden bound to the northern elevation by high brick and stone walling. The garden is carefully landscaped and divided into various seating zones to maximise enjoyment. Immediately adjacent to the rear of the property is a sheltered paved terraced area and it is here where the original garden well sits, this is still functional and has an electric pump. A timber rose arch with attractive water feature and low level lighting. As the garden widens a block paved pathway leads down to the rear with lawns and shrub borders on either side. A large timber pergola provides screening and separates the garden from the parking zone. The garden has external power points and coach lanterns along with security lighting.
Large brick built WC. Timber storage shed. Greenhouse. Fuel store. There are also several other timber outbuildings.
Please note: There is external access to the first floor loft area which extends over the Sitting Room and Dining Room, thus providing great potential to extend.
GARAGE & PARKING
Electronically operated gates providing vehicular access from East Street into a substantial gravelled parking area.
Detached Garage: 28’4 X 14’7
A large brick and stone built garage under a tiled roof with good head room, power and light
We understand the garage has the provision of three phase electricity.
Double fronted with two large glazed windows fronting the High Street, comprising in excess of 500 sq ft and completely self-contained from the Principal Residential Property. With the exception of mains water, all other utility services are separately metered. The Premises have historically been used as a retail shop, however in recent years it has been used as a beautician. The northern side approx. 209 sq ft has been divided into three treatment rooms and has a ceramic tiled floor. The southern side approx. 230 sq ft comprises the main reception area and there is a further 91 sq ft to the rear, currently used as a relaxation zone. In addition, there is a small kitchen with stainless steel sink, hot water heater, space for fridge, etc.
Please note, the recent rent was £13,500.00 per annum and the tenant (Amici) had a Lease excluded from the Landlord & Tenant Act.
Notice has already been served on the tenant (Amici) to ensure vacant possession, however, Amici is an established going concern and does wish to continue trading from these premises.
Energy Performance CertificatesEPC
High Street, Olney
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Wolverton Station7.7 miles
About the agent
Stephen Oakley & Co, are an established independant estate agency, providing a professional service for selling all types of property from a one bedroom flat to a substantial country home.
In addition, we have a rental department specialising in the letting and management of residential properties.
We also have a commercial department, dealing with the disposal and leasing of shops and offices.
Stephen Oakley, the proprietor, is a Fellow of the National Association of Estate
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