49 High Street, Olney, Buckinghamshire, MK46 4EB
£995,000Offers in excess of
- Grade II listed 18th century property
- Five bedrooms; en suite and dressing area
- Four reception rooms
- Fitted kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room, cloakroom, cellar
- Off street parking to the rear, two barns
- Stone walled enclosed rear garden
- Market town high street location
A Grade listed 18th century five bedroom double fronted property with two en suite, and off street parking to the rear, situated in the market town of Olney
The main property has period features throughout including stripped internal doors, open fireplaces, exposed beams, and exposed stone work. The ground floor includes a reception hall, a sitting room, a dining room, and a family room which has double doors to the garden. There is also a fitted kitchen/breakfast room, a utility room, and a cloakroom. There is a cellar on the lower ground floor. On the first floor the master bedroom has a range of built-in wardrobes, a dressing area, and an en suite bathroom which has a bath, a separate shower cubicle, a wash basin, a WC, and a bidet. There are two further double bedrooms, and a main bathroom. The second floor has the two remaining double bedrooms, one of which has an en suite bathroom. There is an attached storage barn, and a further detached barn and extensive parking to the rear, accessed via West Street.
The kitchen/breakfast room has quarry tiled flooring, and a range of base units with work surfaces incorporating a butler sink. The central island includes a breakfast bar. There is an original bread oven inset into a fireplace, a pantry, a further built-in storage cupboard, and spaces for appliances, with space for further appliances in the adjoining utility room.
The rear garden has a block paved seating area leading to a lawn garden with a rockery and slate areas, and space for a shed. A trellis divides this area from the main garden which is laid to lawn with established shrub and tree borders. There is access at the rear to the off street parking.
Situation and Schooling
Olney has shops, pubs and restaurants, a weekly market and a monthly farmers market. There are clubs for football, rugby, tennis, cricket and bowls and it is less than a mile from Emberton Country Park. Catchment schools are Olney Infant Academy, Olney Middle school, and Ousedale secondary school, or there is a bus to the Harpur Trust schools in Bedford.