An Edwardian period home with so much to offer yet providing plenty of potential accommodation over three floors and space to extend.
Entrance door to front, stairs to first floor, understairs space, radiator.
11' 7" x 11' 2" (3.53m x 3.40m) Feature fireplace with gas point, double glazed bay window to front, radiator.
11' 5" x 10' 5" (3.48m x 3.17m) Feature fire place with tiled surround, built-in cupboard.
11' 5" x 6' 4" (3.48m x 1.93m) A range of base and wall mounted unit with work surfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer, tiling to splashbacks, integrated oven, gas hob with extractor hood over, space for washing machine, space for fridge and additional appliances, door to conservatory, double glazed window to side, radiator.
11' 5" x 7' 1" (3.48m x 2.16m) + 11' 5" x 10' 4" (3.48m x 3.15m) Consisting of two rooms with radiators, access internally from the conservatory, water supply.
16' 9" x 16' 7" (5.11m x 5.05m) UPVC double glazed and brick construction, French doors to garden, radiator, engineered wood flooring, access to basement.
Access to loft.
11' 3" x 9' 1" (3.43m x 2.77m) Double glazed window to rear, radiator.
9' 9" x 7' 5" (2.97m x 2.26m) Double glazed window to front, radiator.
6' 8" x 6' 3" (2.03m x 1.91m) Double glazed window to front, radiator, built-in cupboard.
A suite comprising of a panelled bath with telephone shower mixer attachment and separate shower over, wash hand basin, low level WC, tiling to splashbacks, radiator, double glazed window to rear.
Westerly facing rear garden circa 170ft, various lawn areas, patio and shingle seating areas, well stocked with mature trees and bushes, flower and shrub beds and borders, pergola, shed, vegetable patch, timber decking area to the side of the conservatory, side access.
From the centre of Ampthill head along Dunstable Street, turn right at the second mini roundabout into Station Road, take the first turning on the left into Ashburnham Road.
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AMPTHILL – is a Georgian market town steeped in history with connections to Henry VIII. Situated between Bedford and Luton it has a population of about 14,000. A regular market with local traders has taken place on Thursdays for centuries. The town has several lively pubs, a wide variety of very well-regarded restaurants, a Waitrose supermarket and a selection of small independent specialist shops and a small museum. A number of small businesses such as solicitors, estate agents, financial services, hairdressers, and music schools are located in town. Larger businesses are to be found on the commercial and industrial developments on the outskirts, along the town’s bypass. Ampthill Great Park is beautiful, a great place to walk the dogs. There’s a children’s play area and a place to get a snack and a refreshment. It also hosts a three day music and family gala weekend in the summer. Ampthill also has a high concentration of public amenities, The local Upper School in Ampthill, Redborne School, is a very successful 13 - 18 school that was graded "outstanding" in their recent Ofsted inspection. There is a bus service to Bedford and a private bus to the excellent Harpur Trust schools. Also there are doctor’s surgeries, fire & ambulance stations. Ampthill benefits from excellent commuter links, located between junctions 12 and 13 of the M1, nearby the A6 links Luton to Bedford and the A421 an efficient road into Milton Keynes. Ampthill is twinned with Nissan Lez Enservne in France. There are also rugby, football, cricket and bowls clubs.