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St. James Close, Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire, MK45








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Key features

  • Stunning five bedroom detached home which has undergone significant enlargement & improvement
  • Stylish, high end interiors
  • Ring alarm system
  • Contemporary kitchen/diner with various integrated appliances
  • 19'8ft bay fronted living room
  • Two double ground floor bedrooms serviced by two separate bathrooms
  • Master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms & bathroom to the first floor
  • Ample driveway & garage
  • Generous, private rear garden with WI-FI controlled irrigation, water feature & lighting


This stunning five bedroom detached home occupies a delightful cul-de-sac position within the ever sought after village of Pulloxhill and has undergone extensive enlargement to offer sleek, versatile accommodation finished to an exceptionally high standard.

Approach to the property is onto a hard standing driveway which provides parking for several vehicles as well as a garage (positioned down the rear of the house) accessed via double doors. Once inside you’re greeted by a spacious entrance hall which has stairs directly ahead leading to the first floor accommodation as well as a beautiful teak flooring. To the right hand side is the principal reception room, the living room, which commands impressive dimensions, in this case 19’8ft by 9’10ft making for flexible furniture placement. A bay window overlooks the front elevation and floods the room with an abundance of natural daylight. Moving beyond here is an inner hall which gives way to all the remaining accommodation, with the kitchen area having been fitted with a comprehensive range of contemporary floor and wall mounted units with solid work surfaces over. Several integrated appliances have been woven into the design including a Range style cooker with five burner hob, stainless steel extractor hood, and dishwasher. Additional capacity for a large American fridge/freezer has been created and will remain. The look is finished with smart upstands and a window overlooking the garden. Through in the dining area ample space has been afforded for a table and chairs, creating a real family/sociable feel. The original quarry tiled floor and French doors into the garden blend a sense of character and modern living together seamlessly. A separate utility room has space for other free standing white goods and has had a water softener installed. Two bedrooms are also positioned on the ground floor, both of which are of double proportions, with one nestled to the front and the other sat to the rear. They are serviced by two separate bathrooms which have been fitted with high end suites and have had stylish, modern tiling installed.

Moving upstairs the first floor landing is particularly generous and offers the potential for a quiet reading retreat or potential study space. The master bedroom provides a delightful dual aspect orientation with a beautifully shaped ceiling incorporating stylish recessed lighting. It also benefits from the convenience of its own en-suite comprising of a shower enclosure, low level wc and wash hand basin. The remaining two bedrooms sit to the other end of the landing, one which extends to 18’1ft by 5’11ft and the other which is 14’9ft by 5’7ft and share the use of another bathroom. This incorporates a free standing bath, low level wc and wash hand basin, whilst half height modern tiling adorns the walls and a heated towel rail, recessed lighting and obscure window contemporise the look further still.

Externally the rear garden is sizeable and has been thoughtfully designed and executed with a generous, shaped patio making the ideal relaxing/entertaining area, whilst beyond here is a good sized lawn, interspersed with deep well stocked borders housing an array of plants, shrubs and bushes. To the far end of the garden is a useful workshop.

Pulloxhill is one of the oldest villages in Bedfordshire, thought to be well over one thousand years old and offers various amenities locally including a highly regarded public house, school and church. Flitwick itself is a mere 6/7 minutes away with its own train line into London, whilst the M1 and A1 provide convenient road routes. In terms of schooling Pulloxhill Lower caters for the local community, beyond which the school structure moves to Arnold Academy and Harlington Upper.



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Band: F

St. James Close, Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire, MK45


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Flitwick Station1.8 miles
  • Harlington Station2.8 miles
  • Millbrook (Bedfordshire) Station5.3 miles
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Urban & Rural Property Services, Flitwick

Unit 2, 4 High Street, Flitwick, MK45 1DS

Urban & Rural Property Services, Flitwick

Your Local Estate Agents, situated prominently on Flitwick High Street, covering the Town and its surrounding villages. Established in 1998, and in Flitwick for almost 20 years, our experienced teams work closely with neighbouring branches in Ampthill & Toddington, in addition to our 11 branches across the group & London Park Lane. Members of the Guild of Property Professionals for your reassurance.

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