High Street, Pavenham, Bedfordshire, MK43 7NJ
£700,000Offers in excess of
- Grade II listed detached, part thatched, part tiled house
- Four bedrooms; two en suite
- Three separate reception rooms
- Open plan kitchen/breakfast room with an Aga
- Oil central heating
- Landscaped gardens of approximately 0.4 acres
- Driveway and detached outbuilding with 30ft. garage and stores
- Sharnbrook Academy catchment area
A Grade II listed four bedroom part thatched period property with a detached two storey stone barn in 0.4 acres of landscaped gardens with panoramic views over the Ouse Valley.
The property originally dates from the 17th century and has been extended. It is in the conservation area of the village with other stone properties of a similar age. The ground floor accommodation is versatile and includes a sitting room, a dining room, a garden room/home office, and a study/bedroom four which is adjacent to a ground floor shower room and could be used as a guest suite. The kitchen/breakfast room has an Aga and integrated appliances include an electric oven, a hob with extractor over, and a dishwasher, and there is space and plumbing for a washing machine. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two with en suites. The driveway is accessed via twin iron gates and provides access to the garage which has twin timber double doors. The detached outbuilding also incorporates a tool shed, general storage sheds and a building housing the oil storage tank.
The dual aspect sitting room has exposed beams and a stone inglenook fireplace housing an inset log burning stove. The dining room also has a feature brick open fireplace, and a staircase with individual balustrades to the first floor. Both rooms have exposed herringbone parquet flooring. The triple aspect garden room has exposed stonework and a door to the rear terrace.
Escape into a world of your own in the garden of Cherry Cottage which extends to approximately 0.4 acres. It is a particular feature of the property and has a dry stone wall boundary and panoramic views over open fields and the Ouse Valley. The garden is largely lawned with well stocked borders, including a feature David Austin rose bed, with a variety of trees, shrubs and fruit trees. There is also a summer house, various seating areas, a greenhouse, a log store and a fruit cage.
Pavenham is a village about 6 miles from Bedford. Community facilities include a public house, Pavenham Park Golf Club, Pavenham Cricket Club, Pavenham Tennis Club, and Pavenham village hall, recreation field and play park. The village is in catchment for Sharnbrook Academy, while the independent Harpur Trust schools are located in Bedford. Rail services to St Pancras International from Bedford take about 47 minutes.