- Victorian detached rural property
- Four double bedrooms; one en suite
- 25 ft., sitting room
- Bespoke kitchen/breakfast/dining room
- Utility/boot room
- Underfloor heating to main house ground floor
- Stable block, double garage
- Established gardens
Manor Cottage dates back to circa 1847 and was formerly two cottages which have been restored and renovated over recent years whilst still retaining character features combined with modern facilities. The property has an annexe with separate entrance, a carriage driveway, a double garage and established gardens.
A glazed door leads to the entrance porch which has tiled flooring. The entrance hall has tiled flooring with underfloor heating, stairs to the first floor, an understairs storage cupboard, and a door to the annexe.
The sitting room has a brick built open fireplace with a brick hearth. There are timber ceiling beams, engineered oak flooring, and two walk-in bay windows to the rear overlooking the garden and countryside beyond.
The oak framed bespoke 'Chalon' kitchen is fitted with a range of base units with quartz worksurfaces, and a feature central island with a wood work surface over. There is an Everhot range cooker, an integrated dishwasher, space and plumbing for an American style fridge/freezer, and tiled flooring with underflooring heating. There are windows to the rear and side, and double doors to the rear. The dining area has space for a table and chairs, a window to the front, and a door to the garage.
Utility/Boot Room and Cloakroom
The utility/boot room has a butler sink with cupboard under, wood work surfaces, spaces for appliances, and a window and door to the front. Sliding doors open to the cloakroom which has a WC, a wash basin, and a window to the front.
The landing has a window to the front. The master bedroom has a cast iron fireplace, and windows to the front and side. The en suite has a double shower cubicle, a wash basin, a WC, and an obscure glazed window to the front. Bedroom two and bedroom three both have walk-in bay windows to the rear overlooking the rear garden and countryside beyond. Bedroom four has a window to the side. The bathroom has a ball and claw foot cast iron larger than average bath, a WC, a wash basin, exposed wooden floorboards, and an obscure glazed window to the front.
The annexe can be accessed from the main entrance hall or by an independent door at the side of the property. This leads into the annexe kitchen which has a range of fitted units with work surfaces incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer. There is a built-in electric oven and hob, tiled flooring, and windows to the side and rear. The sitting room/bedroom has stripped floorboards, and a walk-in bay window to the side. The bathroom has a panelled bath, a WC, a wash basin, and an obscure glazed window to the front.
The property is set back from the road and is accessed through a five bar gate to the gravelled carriage driveway. The established front garden has lawn areas, mature trees, and two stables which have power and light. The double garage has an up and over door, and a door and window to the rear. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with hedgerow borders and countryside views, and a greenhouse which is to remain.
Location and Schooling
Hardmead is a small village and civil parish in the Borough of Milton Keynes and ceremonial county of Buckinghamshire. It is in the north of the Borough, about 7 miles west of Bedford and 5 miles north east of Newport Pagnell. Local schooling is available in North Crawley, Newton Blossomville, Emberton, Sherington, Newport Pagnell and Olney.