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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Dove Lane, Harrold, Bedfordshire, MK43


Property Description

Key features

  • Contemporary barn style home sitting on a plot of 0.21 acres (sts)
  • Four bedrooms; two en suite
  • Open plan kitchen/family room/dining room
  • Still under 10 year house guarantee (Premier Guarantee)
  • Long sweeping gravelled approach through a five bar gate
  • Mature well stocked cottage garden giving high levels of privacy
  • Oak framed garage
  • Sharnbrook catchment and walking distance to primary school and village amenities

Full description

A contemporary, individually designed four bedroom house in excess of 1,720 sq. ft., with no upper chain, situated in a quiet are in the centre of Harrold. Approached along a private, gravel driveway Cherry Barn is located on the edge of the conservation area in the centre of Harrold, constructed in 2010 with Weston Underwood stone. The property is finished to a high standard with Porcelanosa tiles, sanitary ware and bathroom fixtures throughout. Whilst traditional in appearance and sympathetic to its historical surroundings, the property comes with light rooms and many modern features to include a rainwater harvesting system, fully networked with CAT5E cablings throughout, CCTV cabling, mobile phone signal booster, Wi-Fi controllable air conditioning to two main bedrooms with air purifying function.

Reception Rooms 
The sitting room has a feature inglenook stone work fireplace with an oak beam over and a fitted Clearview multi fuel stove set on a raised flagstone hearth. There is a window to the front, oak flooring, and bi-folding doors to the rear garden. The study has Karndean flooring and a window to the front.

Kitchen/Family Room/Dining Room and Utility Room 
The kitchen/family room/dining room has a range of gloss cream wall and base units with black granite work surfaces, under pelmet and kickboard lighting, and an inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap. The central island has a silestone quartz magenta work surface and incorporates a circular sink, a breakfast bar, a wine cooler and storage cupboards. Appliances include a Britannia six ring gas range cooker with an extractor hood over and a built-in Bosch dishwasher. There is touch and remote control colour changing/dimmable lighting with inset ceiling spotlights, Victorian style radiators, two Velux windows, and bi-folding doors to the rear garden. The utility room has an oak work surface with an inset ceramic butler sink and cupboards under. There is plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, a wall mounted Alpha combination storage boiler, a window to the side, and a glazed door to the rear garden.

First Floor 
The part galleried landing has a Velux window to the side. There is loft access from bedroom two via a retractable loft ladder. The loft has a fully boarded floor, a painted den area, electric sockets and spotlights plus TV, phone and Ethernet sockets.

Ground Floor 
The front door opens onto a large reception area with oak finished doors leading to the WC, study and sitting room. An oak staircase, with under storage, leads upstairs, and there is a large coat cupboard. There is a Victorian style radiator and tumbled limestone flag flooring which continues into the kitchen/family/dining room.

Bedrooms and Bathroom 
The master bedroom has a built-in double wardrobe, and Velux windows to the front and rear. The en suite with a vaulted ceiling has a double shower cubicle with a rainwater style shower, a WC, two wall mounted wash basins, granite black tiled flooring with under floor heating, and a window to the rear. Bedroom two has a built-in wardrobe, and Velux windows to the front and rear. The en suite has a shower cubicle, a WC, a wall mounted wash basin, and white quartz tiled flooring with under floor heating. Bedroom three has a built-in wardrobe and a Velux window to the rear. Bedroom four also has a Velux window to the rear. The bathroom has a vaulted ceiling, a freestanding oval stone resin bath with a floor standing mixer tap and shower attachment, a separate shower cubicle, a WC, a wall mounted wash basin, black quartz tiled flooring with under floor heating, dimmable lighting, and a window to the front.

Location and Schooling 
Harrold has many local amenities including shops, a post office, public houses/restaurants, and village lower and middle schools which fall into the Sharnbrook Upper school catchment area. Harrold and Odell Country Park is just a 5 minute walk away. The Harpur Trust schools in Bedford are approximately 12 miles away.

In a tucked away position and approached via a long gravelled sweeping drive which provides off street parking for six plus cars. The larger than average solid oak timber single garage has solid oak doors, internal and external lights sockets, and a water tap. The rear garden has a paved patio area leading to the private mature cottage garden with an ornamental pond, and a wild flower area with a mown path. The shed has alarm cabling, electric lights and sockets and a water supply. There are three water taps and a pop up irrigation sprinkler, festoon lighting down the length of the garden along with exterior lights on the house.

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Added on Rightmove:
08 June 2018

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