Church End, Bedfordshire, MK45

£600,000

Overview

Situated in a very desirable location in a lovely village. Overlooking the Church and former school house in a no through lane with nearby country walks. A beautiful period cottage with a wealth of charm and character. 

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Solid wood reception door. Wall light. Multi pane door into dining room. Door into cloakroom and kitchen. Radiator. Leaded light window to side.

Cloakroom

Suite of wash hand basin and low level wc. Tiling to splash back areas. Extractor fan. Ceramic tiled floor.

Kitchen/Dining Room

16' 5" x 13' 7" (5.00m x 4.14m) Large fitted kitchen and eat-in area with space for table and chairs. Refitted with a range of white base and wall units with roll edge granite work surfaces over and inset Franke 1.5 bowl sink and granite drainer unit and mixer tap over. Space for a range cooker with extractor hood over. Integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Central island with granite work surface over, cupboards under and wine rack. Concealed lighting and local lighting onto central island and eating area. Door into utility room. Ceramic tiled floor. Radiator. Two multi-pane leaded light windows to front and one to side.

Utility Room

6' 2" x 7' 8" (1.88m x 2.34m) Fitted with a range of white base and wall units with work surfaces over and stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps over. Tiling to splashbacks. Door to rear. Ceramic tiled floor. Latch door into under stairs cupboard. Multi-pane leaded light window to side.

Lounge/Diner

23' 6" approx x 17' 1" approx.(7.16m approx. x 5.21m approx.)

Lounge Area

Feature central chimney breast with Nestor Martin wood burner. Four wall lights. Solid oak hardwood flooring. Exposed ceiling and wall beams. Two radiators. Multi pane leaded light door to rear. Multi-pane leaded light windows to front and rear.

Dining Area

Stairs to first floor and door into utility cupboard. Feature double inglenook chimney breast. Solid oak hardwood flooring. Exposed ceiling beams and pillar. Three wall lights. Two radiators. Multi-pane leaded light windows to front and rear.

Utility Cupboard

Useful storage area.

First Floor

Landing

Split level landing with exposed ceiling and wall beams. Access to loft. Airing cupboard housing mega flow hot water tank. Latched oak door into master bedroom dressing area. Multi-pane leaded light window to rear. Solid oak book shelf.

Master Bedroom

13' x 12' 6" max (3.96m x 3.81m) Exposed chimney breast. Bespoke eaves storage space. Two radiators. Multi-pane window to side overlooking Steppingley Church.

Dressing Area

A range of bespoke built-in wardrobes. Exposed wall beams. Latched oak door to ensuite. Opening onto Master Bedroom.

Ensuite Shower Room

Suite of circular Fired Earth wash hand basin with mixer tap, low level wc and separate Daryl double shower cubicle tiled with natural stone Travertine and marble mosaic tiles. Travertine tiled floor. Exposed ceiling and wall beams. Inset ceiling spotlights and LED shower lights. Fitted oak shelving. Latched oak door.

Bedroom Two

8' 6"max x 12' 4" max (2.59m x 3.76m) L-shaped room. Bespoke built-in wardrobes. Exposed wall beams. Radiator. Multi-pane leaded light window to front. Latched oak door.

Bedroom Three

8' 1" x 6' 7" (2.46m x 2.01m) Radiator. Multi-pane leaded light window to rear. Velux window. Latched oak door.

Bathroom

Suite of P-shaped bath with mains shower with side screen, circular wash hand basin and low level wc. Tiled splash back areas with travertine and marble mosaic tiles. Travertine tiled floor. Heated towel rail. Velux window. Latched oak door.

Outside

Front Garden

L-shaped garden laid mainly to lawn with extensive mature mixed herbaceous and shrub borders of Spring and Summer interest with a variety of specimen and fruit trees and water feature. Steps leading to patio area surrounded by well stocked mature flowers and shrubs. A timber picket fence securely encloses the garden with gated access to the front and rear down both sides of the property. Outside focal and security lighting. Garden shed and bin store to remain.

Rear Garden

Access all around cottage. Oil tank and coal bunker. External wall mounted boiler. Holly hedge to the rear. Outside water tap.

Parking

Shingle driveway providing off road parking for several cars.

Agents Note

The property is 18th Century and Grade 2 Listed. The property was fully re-thatched in 2010. There are hard wired smoke detectors.

Directions

Entering Steppingley via Flitwick Road and once in the centre of the village take the road that runs right of the French Horn onto Church End. Follow the road along and Little Thatch is on your right hand side.

THESE ARE PRELIMINARY DETAILS TO BE APPROVED BY THE VENDOR.

STEPPINGLEY – is an unspoilt rural village in Bedfordshire. It stands on high ground in the centre of a small parish. It is located close the nearby towns of Ampthill, Flitwick and Woburn. The Duke of Bedford influence can be seen in the characteristic style of the numerous workers cottages throughout the village. Steppingley is a sought after village to live in, with a strong and active sense of community and excellent schools nearby. It has good transport links to the M1 (Junctions 12 and 13) and nearby Flitwick station.

Floorplan

Floorplan

The area

Location Map

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