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The Old House

Church End, Haynes, Bedfordshire, MK45 3QP

£1,150,000Guide price

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Property Highlights

  • Period detached property
  • Four bedrooms, one en suite
  • Three reception rooms and a garden room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room with an Aga
  • Utility room
  • Oil fired heating
  • Two detached garages, outbuildings
  • 0.85 acres of established gardens

Property description

A period four bedroom detached property with 944 sq. ft. of garaging and other outbuildings set back from the road in an elevated position on a plot of approximately 0.85 acres in the village conservation area.

The property was originally a cottage on the Haynes Park Estate. It has been restored and refurbished with care taken to retain character features including exposed beams and timbers and an inglenook fireplace housing an Aga in the kitchen/breakfast room. There is approximately 2,614 sq. ft. of versatile accommodation with an imposing entrance hall with access to the two main reception rooms as well as a study with independent access, two ground floor bedrooms, an en suite bathroom and a shower room. The sitting room connects to a garden room, and there is also a utility room on the ground floor in addition to the kitchen/breakfast room which has stairs leading up to two further bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. A sweeping gravel driveway provides access to the rear of the house, and the garages, barns and store rooms. The gardens wrap around the front side and rear of the house and are lawned with mature trees and established flower, shrub and herbaceous borders.

Principal Reception Rooms

The sitting room has windows to the side overlooking the garden and a high part vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and trusses. A feature brick fireplace with oak mantel houses a log burning stove. Part glazed doors lead into the garden room which has a rustic tiled floor, doors to the drive and 180 degree views over the wraparound gardens. The dining room has a part vaulted ceiling, walls with mock beams and a feature fireplace with a raised hearth and a log burning stove.

Bedrooms and Bathrooms

The principal and guest bedrooms on the ground floor both have built-in wardrobes. The principal bedroom has an en suite with a bath and shower, and the guest bedroom has a feature fireplace and a washbasin. The first floor has a landing with a shelved storage cupboard, and two interlinked bedrooms both with feature beams and timbers. Bedroom three has a brick former fireplace with a built-in wardrobe in the chimney recess. Bedroom four is L-shaped. The three piece bathroom has a door to a walk-in store.

Gardens and Grounds

A gated gravel drive leads to the rear of the property to access the house, garages and other outbuildings. A shaped central island has Silver Birch trees. The front garden has a hedge boundary and established planting including a rose garden with a climbing pink rose tree. The garden continues round the side and the rear which faces almost due south with formal lawns and areas left as habitat for wildlife. There is a sunken paved seating area and a pergola.

Situation and Schooling

Local amenities include a village church, shop, a post office, a public house and a lower school which is rated outstanding by Ofsted. The mainline railway stations in Arlesley, 10 miles away and Flitwick, 9 miles away have services to St. Pancras Intl. in 39 minutes and 41 minutes respectively. Train services run direct to Brighton from Bedford, stopping at central London stations including St Pancras International and London Blackfriars. The property is in catchment for Samuel Whitbread Academy, and the Harpur Trust schools in Bedford are 8 miles away.

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