Lovingly improved and looked after, this beautiful house is ideal for those who crave modern conveniences within a historic village surrounding.
You enter the home into an entrance hall which is the ideal place to remove shoes and hang up coats. There is a WC with a classic tiled floor which is very in keeping with the location. To the right is the living room which is lovely and bright. There is plenty of room for furniture to create comfortable seating areas, and thanks to the separate dining area you can dedicate this area solely to a being a social able space.
The fact the kitchen is separate means that you can sit at the dining table and enjoy a meal without having to look at the mess that has been made cooking! Again, in keeping with the rural location, the kitchen has classic shaker style units and wood worksurfaces. There is space for a freestanding oven, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. A useful pantry also helps maximise cupboard space.
A conservatory has been added to the back of the house which is a wonderful space thanks to the porcelain tiled floor and glass roof. It adds another dimension to the downstairs space and has great views across the garden. The garden itself is low maintenance due to the artificial grass and patio areas, but it has mature borders which make it feel more in touch with the surrounding countryside. From here there is rear access to the garage too.
Upstairs are three bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is a superb size and has plenty of room for wardrobes. The second bedroom is great for a child and has views over the garden. The third bedroom is a very useable single as shown but the current owner using it as a dressing room (the current photo has been virtually furnished to show it as a home office).
More about the location…
Drayton Parslow is a village and civil parish in the Aylesbury Vale district of Buckinghamshire, England, about 3.5 miles south of Bletchley.
Drayton Parslow Village School is a mixed, community, infant school, which educates children between the ages of four and seven and has about 45 pupils. Since 2007 the school has been in a partnership sharing a single headteacher with the schools in Mursley and Swanbourne. Many parish children older than seven go to Swanbourne C of E School, the Junior school of the Three Schools, while others travel to Stewkley or Winslow.
Drayton Parslow has a public house, The Three Horseshoes. The community has a village hall (Greenacre Hall), a Sports and Social Club, and a recreation field with playground and cricket pitch. A MUGA (multi-use games area) is located beside the village hall. The village school educates children to Year 3; Schools are located in the nearby communities for Grade 4 to 7.
In 2004, part of the village was declared a Conservation Area “of special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance”.
|Address:||North Close, Drayton Parslow|
|Post Code:||MK17 0JQ|