AS FEATURED ON ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY is this beautiful Grade II listed 17th century four double bedroom cottage with 19th and 21st century additions is truly remarkable. The cottage was originally two cottages and has been extended with the addition of a bespoke oak framed kitchen/breakfast room with full length windows overlooking the garden. There is underfloor heating in the kitchen/breakfast room and bathroom. The driveway provides parking for two cars.
The property is entered via a canopied porch area which has a storage cupboard and an additional cupboard housing the gas fired boiler. The entrance hall has a rustic tiled floor that continues into the bathroom which is fitted with a contemporary style white suite of a double ended bath and a shower enclosure. There is a built-in storage cupboard.
The kitchen/breakfast room has been recently refitted in a bespoke range of cream fronted Shaker style units with complementary oak work surfaces, Metro style tiling to the splashbacks and an inset Belfast style ceramic sink unit. An integrated dishwasher is included in the sale, and there is space and plumbing for a washing machine, a tumble dryer and a range style oven with a canopied extractor over. The exposed slate tiled floor incorporates underfloor heating.
The dual aspect living room and separate dining room gives plenty of light to compliment the character filled in each room. The dining room has a fireplace recess with a timber bressumer, exposed beams and timbers, and parquet flooring. There is a door to the front garden and stairs to the first floor. An opening leads into a lobby area which has exposed beams and timbers and slate flooring. The sitting room has an inglenook fireplace with an original brick surround and a log burning stove. There is a full turn stripped staircase to the first floor.
Each landing gives access to two bedrooms. The main landing and all the bedrooms have exposed beams and timbers. The master bedroom overlooks the front garden and has a walk-in wardrobe. Bedroom two also overlooks the front garden. Bedrooms three and four overlook the rear. Bedroom three has a walk-in storage cupboard/wardrobe. All the bedrooms take a double bed.
The gravel driveway to the property is accessed between Nos. 52 and 58 Cause End Road. The driveway is owned by the cottage with no rights reserved for access from the neighbouring properties. There are double gates at the front and space to park two cars. A picket fence separates the drive and the garden area which is accessed by a gate with a pergola over. The garden is fully enclosed and extends to the side and rear with a shaped decking area, raised lawn areas and borders with apple, pear and plum trees as well as some soft fruit bushes. There is a bespoke timber framed general storage barn with a pitched roof and power connected, and a timber garden shed.
Cause End Road is a well established residential street and offers walking access to the highly popular Wootton Upper School and a well stocked local convenience store. Wootton benefits from a range local amenities comprising of public houses, restaurants, schools, sports/ recreational facilities and local stores. Wootton is a perfect located village for easy access to major road links via the A421 making Milton Keynes, Bedford and the A1 within easy reach.
5.03m x 4.95m (16' 6" x 16' 3")
5.00m x 4.19m (16' 5" x 13' 9")
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
5.72m x 3.51m (18' 9" x 11' 6")
4.27m x 2.51m (14' 0" x 8' 3")
3.86m x 2.90m (12' 8" x 9' 6")
3.84m x 2.51m (12' 7" x 8' 3")
2.74m x 2.59m (9' 0" x 8' 6")
A graveled driveway providing parking for 2 cars.