Templars Way, Sharnbrook, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK44 1PY
£1,000,000Offers in excess of
- Extended detached property
- Four bedrooms; one en suite
- Two reception rooms and a conservatory
- Open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room
- Utility room and cloakroom
- LPG heating and double glazing
- Landscaped gardens of approximately 2 acres
- Triple garage with first floor home office/guest suite
- Garden machinery store and summerhouse
An extended four bedroom detached property with a triple garage with a first floor home office/guest suite in landscaped gardens of approximately 2 acres.
The property originally dates from the late 1930s, and has two principal reception rooms, both with a limestone fireplace housing an Aga log burning stove and double doors to the side terrace. The kitchen/breakfast/family room has double doors to a conservatory which is of brick uPVC construction with a double glazed roof, concealed blinds, a separate air conditioning unit and doors to the garden. There is also a utility room, boot room and cloakroom. There are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has a range of fitted wardrobes, an en suite bathroom and double doors to a glazed Juliet balcony. Bedroom two also has an enclosed balcony. Bedroom three is dual aspect and has two built-in cupboards. Bedroom four is currently used as a study. A pillared entrance leads to a circular driveway, with a central island, providing parking and access to the detached triple garage which has remotely operated doors and a first floor home office/guest suite.
The kitchen/breakfast/family room has been refitted in a range of modern Shaker style units by John Lewis including a central island unit with a breakfast bar. Integrated appliances include an electric oven, a combination oven/microwave, an induction hob with an extractor over, a separate larder fridge and freezer, and space and plumbing for a dishwasher.
The landscaped gardens lie to the side and rear of the house and are principally lawned with well stocked borders, mature trees and a raised paved terrace area. They are enclosed on all sides with views over open countryside. There is a summer house with uPVC double glazed doors, a tiled floor and a range of fitted units. An open fronted store adjoins the summer house and there is also a garden machinery store.
Sharnbrook has a Norman church, a bakery, farm shop, Co-Op supermarket, newsagent, grocer, pharmacy, florist and a hairdresser. The two schools include Sharnbrook Academy and Community College which is rated outstanding by Ofsted. The Paula Radcliffe Sharnbrook Community Sports Centre opened in April 2005. The village is 9 miles from Bedford from where rail links to London St. Pancras International take just 47 minutes.