Court House

Watling Street, Little Brickhill, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK17 9LR


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Property Highlights

  • Grade II listed part 15th century detached house
  • Four bedrooms; one en suite
  • Three reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Self-contained one bedroom studio flat
  • Two cellar rooms
  • Gardens, carport and stables
  • No upper chain

Property description

A Grade II listed part 15th century four bedroom detached house with a self-contained one bedroom studio flat, a double carport, stables and a mature rear garden.

The house is a half-timbered property with parts dating back to the 15th century. It has a 19th century façade of brick with limestone dressing in the Jacobean style. The property has 3,206 sq. ft. of accommodation which includes three reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room with contemporary fittings and units, a utility room and two cellars. The one bedroom studio flat is on the ground floor and includes a shower room. Court House was the home of the Buckinghamshire Assize Court for almost two centuries between 1443 and 1638 - from the reign of Henry VI to that of Charles I.

Reception Rooms

The dual aspect drawing room has windows to the front and rear as well as a half glazed door to the rear terrace. There is panelling to one side wall, wooden flooring and an inglenook fireplace with exposed brick and a wood burning stove. The dining room has windows to the front and an inglenook fireplace with an open fire. The music room has windows to the front, wood panelling on two walls and wood flooring.


A gravel driveway leads past the side of the house to the double carport at the end of the garden. From the gravel driveway steps lead up to the front paved terrace which has a box hedge border. A path leads to the front door and steps lead down to a further gravelled area. There is a lawn area, planted beds and borders, a rear terrace bordered with a trellis fence, a central horse chestnut tree and a potting shed.

Location and Schooling

Little Brickhill has a public house, a church and a farm shop. Woburn (2 miles) has shops, restaurants and public houses. Bletchley railway station (3.8 miles) has services to Euston taking 37 minutes. The house is in catchment for High Ash Church of England Primary School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted) in Great Brickhill which feeds to Aylesbury Grammar School or The Cottesloe School (rated Good). Bow Brickhill (3 miles) has further primary schools.

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