Why buy this home?
Due to its condition and close proximity to Newton Leys District Centre, this house really is ideal for first time buyers who crave convenience.
Having a separate kitchen that isn’t tiny is a great feature of this home. It means more than one person can be in the kitchen at the same time, but you aren’t staring at the mess you’ve made whilst enjoying your meal. There is space for a fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The current owners have cleverly utilised space in the corner to install a large shelf and rack to store cookery books, pots and pans. Although this space could easily accommodate a breakfast bar and stools if you’d prefer.
The lounge/diner is an L-shape meaning a natural dining area is creating, and due to the south-facing windows it is extremely light and airy. The monochrome theme is very en vogue and the atmosphere it generates is peaceful and relaxing. French doors lead to the impressive rear garden which has two patio areas and a lawn that is a great size to entertain, but not so big it requires constant maintenance. The beautiful borders brimming with flowers is a testament to how much of a sun trap the garden is. From here is also a side gate which leads to the car park where there are two parking spaces side by side. Outside the front of the house are communal parking bays for visitors.
On the first floor the master bedroom benefits from its own ensuite and also has an alcove for a double wardrobe. The current owners have opted to treat themselves by turning the third bedroom into a dressing room and home office. Being next to the master bedrooms lends itself perfectly to being a nursery if you have a newly born child.
The second bedroom is a double with enough space for a double wardrobe too. Both this bedroom and the third bedroom are served by the family bathroom which, unsurprisingly, follows the monochrome theme and is in immaculate condition.
More about the location…..
For a new development, Newton Leys is steeped in history. with some parts dating back as far as the Iron Age. However, it was more recently famous for brick-making from the late 19th Century, in the form of Newton Longville Brickworks. When the Brickworks closed in 1978, an old claypit was flooded to create Jubilee Lake, now more commonly known as Willow Lake, easily the jewel in Newton Leys’ crown.
Newton Leys is a district that covers the southern tip of Bletchley and is split between the Borough of Milton Keynes and Aylesbury Vale. Conveniently located next to the A4146 and A5, it gives easy access to Milton Keynes, Leighton Buzzard and the M1. You have a choice of either Bletchley or Leighton Buzzard Train Stations which both offer services directly into London Euston and Birmingham.
Newton Leys Primary School opened in 2016 and accepts children from age 3 (nursery) to age 11 (Year 6). Many parents take advantage of the Grammar Schools in Aylesbury for Secondary education being only approximately 11 miles away.
In 2017 Newton Leys District Centre opened providing local conveniences such as a Costa, Chinese Takeaway, Fish and Chip Shop, Dry Cleaners, Hair Salon and a 8000 sq. ft Asda. At the end of April 2019 the Turing Key pub opened its doors and has already cemented itself as the heart of the community. It is in good company as there also numerous village pubs within a few miles such as The Three Locks at Stoke Hammond, The Crooked Billet at Newton Longville and The Betsey Wynne at Swanbourne.
|Address:||Hebrides Gate, Newton Leys|
|Post Code:||MK3 5FE|