31 High Street, North Crawley, Buckinghamshire, MK16 9HN
£1,000,000Offers in excess of
- Detached village house
- Six bedrooms; one en suite
- Four reception rooms
- Kitchen and utility room
- Annexe/games room
- Approx. 1 acre plot
- Carport and parking for several cars
An early 19th century extended six bedroom detached house with an annexe on a plot of approximately 1 acre, set in the village of North Crawley.
The accommodation of 3,641 sq. ft., has a sitting room, family room, dining room, study, kitchen, utility room, and cloakroom on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom, five further bedrooms, and a main bathroom. There are outbuildings, a carport and parking, and an annexe/games room with a kitchen, shower room and mezzanine bedroom.
The entrance hall has two full height glazed windows to the front, and stairs to the first floor galleried landing with a double understairs storage cupboard. The cloakroom has a WC, a wash basin, quarry tiled flooring, and an obscure glazed window to the side.
The sitting room has a large open fire with a feature surround, and a window and patio doors to the rear garden. The family room is open plan to the kitchen and dining room and has a window to the front. The study has a BT telephone point with access to fibre broadband, and a window to the front. The dining room is also open plan to the kitchen and has maple flooring, recessed ceiling spotlights, a full height window to the rear, and sliding doors to the side.
Kitchen and Utility Room
The kitchen has a range of bespoke solid wood wall and base units with work surfaces over incorporating a one and a half bowl sink and drainer. There is an oil fired twin Aga, a built-in Miele fridge/freezer and dishwasher, recessed ceiling spotlights, a window and door to the side, and a window to the front. The utility room has a range of wall and base units with work surfaces over incorporating a Belfast sink with mixer taps. There is a built-in fridge and freezer, and spaces and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is quarry tiled flooring, an oil fired boiler supplying the heating and Megaflo hot water system, and a barn style door with windows either side to the rear garden.
The galleried landing has two skylight windows, and a door to the walk-in laundry room which has storage facilities, a Megaflo hot water tank, and a window to the side.
The master bedroom has a range of built-in wardrobes to one wall, and a window to the rear overlooking the garden and open countryside. The en suite has a panelled bath, a corner shower cubicle with a pressurised water shower, twin vanity wash basins, a WC, a heated towel rail, Amtico flooring, and a window to the rear.
Other Bedrooms and Bathroom
Bedroom two has a window to the rear overlooking the garden and open countryside views. Bedroom three has windows to the side and rear. Bedroom four, bedroom five and bedroom six all have windows to the front with views of the village and beyond. The bathroom has a panelled bath, a shower cubicle with a pressurised shower, a WC, twin vanity wash basins, a heated towel rail, Amtico flooring, and an obscure glazed window to the front. There is a separate WC with a wash basin, mosaic tiling, access to the loft space, and Amtico flooring.
Self Contained Annexe/Games Room
The annexe can be accessed from the side garden into an entrance lobby which has an electric storage heater. It can also be accessed from the rear garden through patio doors into the multi-functional room which is currently used as a games and home cinema room and has a double storage area, and stairs to the galleried bedroom. The kitchen area has base units with work surfaces over incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer. There is a water heater and a window to the rear. The shower room has a shower cubicle with an electric shower, a wash basin, a WC, tiled flooring, and an obscure glazed window to the side.
First Floor Annexe Bedroom
The bedroom is on the mezzanine level, and has a skylight window.
The enclosed front garden has a variety of shrubs, plants and trees. There is a gravel driveway providing off street parking and leading to the double carport. The enclosed private rear garden abuts fields and has a large block paved patio seating area, two further patio areas, a lawn garden with mature trees and shrub borders.
Location and Schooling
The village of North Crawley has a village shop, church, two public houses, a cricket club, circular walks and a primary school which has an outstanding Ofsted report. Secondary school catchment is Ousedale school in Newport Pagnell which is approximately 4 miles away and the Bedford Harpur Trust schools are approximately 10 miles away.