Offered for sale with no upper chain, this cluster home features a bay fronted living room, fitted kitchen, double bedroom with built-in wardrobe and first floor bathroom. The property further benefits from allocated parking and would make a great First Time Buy or Buy to Let investment with a potential rental income of approx. £695 pcm. EPC Rating: D.
Accessed via front entrance door with glazed fanlight. Wall mounted electric consumer unit. Door to:
Walk-in bay with double glazed window to front aspect. Wall mounted electric heater. Stairs to first floor landing.
Double glazed window to front aspect. A range of base and wall mounted units with work surface areas incorporating stainless steel sink and drainer. Tiled splashbacks. Built-in electric oven and hob. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Space for refrigerator. Built-in under stairs storage cupboard. Wood effect flooring.
Hatch to loft. Doors to bathroom and to:
Double glazed window to front aspect. Built-in wardrobe. Built-in airing cupboard. Wall mounted electric heater.
Double glazed window to front aspect. Three piece suite comprising: Bath with mixer tap/shower attachment, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled splashbacks. Wood effect flooring.
Laid to lawn. Pathway leading to front entrance door. Built-in store.
OFF ROAD PARKING
Allocated parking for one vehicle.
Current Council Tax band: B.
Situated in Central Bedfordshire, the small town of Flitwick was mentioned in the Domesday Book as ‘a hamlet on the River Flitt’ and now has a population of 13,400. Commuters are drawn to the area for the convenient transport links, there are direct trains from Flitwick’s rail station to London St Pancras in approx. 40 mins and junction 12 of the M1 motorway is within 4 miles. Amenities include a Tesco supermarket, Barclays bank, post office, Co-op and many smaller shops as well as an open air market every Friday.
There are three primary schools and a middle school within the town itself whilst Redborne Upper School (with an Ofsted rating of ‘Outstanding’) is situated on the Ampthill/Flitwick borders. There is a modern leisure centre with swimming pool, library, skate park, four public houses, Chinese and Indian restaurants, cafés and take-away’s. Flitwick is broadly equidistant between the larger towns of Bedford and Luton (each approx. 10 miles) and the city of Milton Keynes with it’s theatre district, modern shopping centre and leisure complex is within 14 miles.
Points of interest in the town include Flitwick Moor nature reserve (a site of special scientific interest), the Grade I listed Church of St Peter & St Paul, Flitwick Manor (currently run as an hotel) and The Mount, the former site of a timber motte-and-bailey castle. There are proposals for the redevelopment of the town centre which is sure to make Flitwick an even more desirable place to live.