Clifton Reynes, Nr. Olney, Buckinghamshire, MK46 5DR
- Extended Grade II listed 19th century cottage
- Three bedrooms; one en suite and dressing area
- Four reception rooms
- Kitchen/dining room
- Utility room and WC
- Double garage, parking, and a store
- Plot approximately 0.33 of an acres
- Village location
A Grade II listed 19th century detached cottage with four reception rooms, annexe potential and a double garage on a no through lane in a conservation village, with 0.33 acres.
The property is in a conservation area in the village of Clifton Reynes and has been extended and improved over recent years to provide 2,147 sq. ft. of versatile accommodation with character features including exposed beams, brickwork, and floorboards. On the ground floor there is a sitting room in excess of 26ft., and a family room, both of which have brick fireplaces with wood burning stoves. There is also a snug with a brick fireplace, and a double glazed conservatory with exposed brick walls, quarry tiled flooring, and doors to the garden. The master bedroom has built-in wardrobes, a dressing area, and an en suite shower room with separate WC. A lobby area leads to the utility room which has a WC, terracotta tiled flooring, spaces for appliances, and steps to the kitchen/dining room. The first floor has two bedrooms, both with built-in storage cupboards, and a main bathroom.
The triple aspect kitchen/dining room has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed trusses, exposed floorboards, and a range of country style wall and base units with ceramic tiled work surfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl sink and drainer. Built-in appliances include a Hotpoint electric double oven, an AEG hob with an extractor hood over, a Bosch dishwasher, and a fridge/freezer. The dining area has space for a table to seat at least six.
A five bar gate opens to gravelled parking for at least six cars leading to a detached double garage which has a timber workshop to the rear. The south westerly facing landscaped rear garden is fully enclosed by mature hedgerow and has split level lawns with shrub and tree borders. A paved patio has steps up to a timber decked terrace. There is also a brick terrace, a redundant garden well, and power and lighting. A paved side courtyard houses the oil tank.
Clifton Reynes has the Robin Hood pub and is about 1.5 miles from Newton Blossomville which has a primary school for children aged 4-7 years. Olney, about 3 miles away, has schooling from age 3 to 16, including a campus of Ousedale secondary school. The Newport Pagnell part of Ousedale school is about 5 miles away. Buses are available from Olney to the Harpur Trust schools in Bedford. Wellingborough Independent school is about 13 miles, and Northampton Girls school about 16 miles away.