A delightful period cottage full of character with exposed beams and brick work, comprising three bedrooms, an extended kitchen/breakfast room, two bathrooms and all to be sold with no upper chain!
Half glazed wooden entrance door to front, solid oak flooring, radiator.
16' 1" x 13' 7" (4.90m x 4.14m) Solid oak flooring, UPVC window to front, exposed timber beams, feature fireplace (not tested) with exposed timber and brickwork, under stairs storage cupboard, stairs rising to first floor.
14' 4" Max. x 10' 5" (4.37m x 3.17m) A range of modern base and wall mounted units with black marble effect work surfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer, Zanussi stainless steel cooker with five plate gas hob and stainless steel extractor hood over, fully glazed UPVC door with side window to rear, radiator, black porcelain flooring.
Storage cupboard with plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted gas boiler, black porcelain floor tiles.
A white suite comprising of a pine panelled bath, low level WC, wash hand basin, tiling to splashbacks, window to rear, black porcelain tiles to floor, towel radiator.
Exposed brickwork and timber beams.
13' 3" x 9' 2" (4.04m x 2.79m) Old decorative cast iron fireplace, exposed beams, UPVC window to front, radiator.
10' 0" x 7' 0" (3.05m x 2.13m) Exposed timber beams, Velux roof window, radiator.
8' 3" x 7' 2" (2.51m x 2.18m) Exposed timber beams, UPVC window to rear, radiator.
Fully enclosed, south westerly facing, side gate with right of way over adjoining property, part paved area, timber garden shed with power and light.
Silsoe is mostly noted for Wrest Park, a mansion in French Chateaux style which was the home of the de Grey family. Surrounding the house there are over 90 acres of garden and parkland laid out in the early 18th-century and later enhanced by Capability Brown. Here amid spectacular settings you can see a rich array of historic garden buildings and statues. The French garden with its exquisite fountain is particularly beautiful. The Orangery built by Earl de Grey is of note, so too is the Bath House. These dreamy gardens are very atmospheric of their era and provide a fascinating visit for all the family. They are in the care of English Heritage as is the de Grey family mausoleum at Flitton.