As kerb appeal goes this home really stands out. The arched brick entrance frames the handsome front door in retro black. As you step through, the vibrant décor and stunning flooring gives you an indication as to the attention to detail and money spent on this home. Your eyes are immediately drawn down the hallway to the beautiful window at the end, which would have originally been the kitchen and now it creates a beautiful feature.
Ordinarily this home would have had a separate lounge, dining room and kitchen, however since the current owners added the double extension at the back they have opened the lounge and dining room up to one long reception room. This makes it flexible in that you can separate it into a dedicated dining area and living area if you choose or as one open plan space. The current owners are utilising the front of the house as a lounge area. The beautiful bay window lets in lots of natural light making it a bright, welcoming space. The multi-fuel burner is perfect for winter evenings where you want to snuggle up in front of the fire. The current owners are also using the back of the reception room as a dining area which comfortably big enough to seat up to eight people. This could also make an ideal reading area or home office space.
The absolute standout feature of the downstairs is the incredible kitchen/breakfast room; no expense has been spared from the fully foldable bi-fold doors, to the Corian topped island which features a John Lewis gas hob, two single ovens and NEFF extractor. There is a further run of worktops and shaker-style units on the far wall with a seamless sink and under the counter fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There is an area which could be used as a dining area should you not wish to have a dining table in the front reception room. The current owners have opted to have a sofa, making it a sociable space; the ideal place to catch up with friends over coffee. This room has definitely brought the house to life offering modern living in a character home.
Stepping outside you you’ll enjoy a sunny decked patio thanks to the garden being south-west facing. The majority of the surprisingly long garden is laid to lawn with a shingle border. At the bottom is a fully shingled area which is home to the summer house. Same as the kitchen, it also with fully foldable bi-fold doors and electricity has been installed. It is an ideal place to relax and watch the kids play outside and also another place to entertain friends and family on those perfect summer evenings. In the current climate this would make a fabulous home office. This property was one of the few that was fortunate enough to benefit from the unique opportunity to purchase additional land.
Heading upstairs, the owners have completely changed the layout since the double storey extension was completed; the motivation behind this was to provide each bedroom with its own bathroom, ideal for older children or guests. The master bedroom is at the front of the house and boasts the original floorboards, beautiful feature fireplace and bay window. The added touch of an en-suite finishes the master bedroom off nicely. It is decorated in neutral tones, is fully tiled and includes both a bath and overhead shower making it a calming adult sanctuary.
Bedroom two overlooks the beautiful garden. This is currently being used as a guest bedroom as it has a partially tiled en-suite with shower. Bedroom three is also double bedroom and is served by the family bathroom. The freestanding cast iron ROCA bath is a superb addition in our opinion as it adds a further taste of luxury.
As the property is set back from the road there is ample parking in front of the house. There is access down the side to the rear garage which is also accessible via the garden.
More about the location …..
Newport Pagnell is a historic, thriving Market Town in the borough of Milton Keynes. Conveniently located near the A422 and M1 Junction 14, it gives easy access to Central Milton Keynes Train Stations which both offer services directly into London Euston and Birmingham
The history of the area dates from the iron age, and the town itself from the Roman period. More recently it has become famous as the home of Aston Martin Lagonda, where the factory’s located that hand-built the global icons from 1955.
The closest schools nearby are Portfields School Approximately 0.9 miles and Ousedale Secondary School approximately 0.7 miles. Newport Pagnell High Street hosts a Beauty salon, Hairdressing salon Doctors, Dentist and Pharmacy. There are also coffee shops, numerous pubs, restaurants and hotels, either a 5 minute drive or a 10 minute walk.
There are many lovely walks and parks to visit, Riverside meadows, Bury Common, Ouzel Valley Park and Ousebank Gardens.
|Address:||Willen Road, Newport Pagnell|
|Post Code:||MK16 0DE|