Sherington Bridge House
Sherington Bridge, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, MK16 9JA
- An 18th century village property
- Four bedrooms; two en suite
- Four reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- 50 metres of fishing rights
- 0.75 acres of gardens
- Double and single garage
- No upper chain
An 18th century four bedroom double fronted house with a 0.75 acre garden, a double and single garage, extensive parking and no upper chain, in the hamlet of Sherington Bridge.
The property was once owned by Bedford Estates and used as a lodge for hunting and fishing. It borders on the Great Ouse River and has 50 metres of fishing rights. The property has exposed beams and stonework, and feature Victorian fireplaces. The accommodation includes two cellar areas on the lower floor. On the ground floor the sitting room and dining room both have bay windows and double doors to the terrace, and there is a family room with a door to a store, a conservatory, a kitchen/breakfast room, a utility room, and a cloakroom. On the first floor the master bedroom has double doors to a balcony, and an en suite shower room. Bedroom three also has a balcony, and built-in wardrobes to one wall. There is a dressing room, and a main five piece bathroom. Bedroom two is accessed via a spiral staircase in the breakfast room and has an en suite shower room. Stairs from the family room lead to the fourth bedroom.
The kitchen has a breakfast bar and a range of wall and base units with marble work surfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl sink and drainer. Built-in appliances include a Rangemaster cooker, a dishwasher, and a fridge. Exposed timber trusses and beams continue into the breakfast area which has a freestanding burner, a wrought iron spiral staircase to the first floor galleried landing, and double doors to the conservatory.
The light and airy conservatory is of glazed construction set on a stone base and has a feature stone wall and tiled flooring. Double doors open to the extensive paved entertaining area which is bordered on one side by a stone built storage barn.
Electric wrought iron gates open to the driveway which provides off street parking for several cars leading to the garage and workshop. The raised entertaining terrace has a pillared boundary and steps down to the formal lawn garden which leads to the river. A bridge over the river leads to a further established garden with trees and river frontage. There is a courtyard area to the rear providing further parking, and a double width garage.
Sherington Bridge is a small hamlet on the edge of Sherington village which has a shop with a post office, The White Hart public house, a church, sports pavilion, Sherington Church of England primary school and an established preschool. Secondary education is available at the Ousedale schools in Newport Pagnell and Olney, and the Bedford Harpur Trust schools are approximately 13 miles away.