25 Newton Street
Olney, Buckinghamshire, MK46 4BS
£300,000Offers in excess of
- Victorian end of terrace property
- Three bedrooms
- Two reception room
- Kitchen and utility area
- Replacement double glazed sash windows
- Garage, enclosed rear garden
- In need of some modernisation
- No upper chain
A Victorian three bedroom end of terrace property in need of some modernisation and with no upper chain, situated in the market town of Olney.
The accommodation has a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, a rear lobby/utility area, cloakroom, and barn on the ground floor. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. There is an enclosed rear garden, and a garage to the rear.
The entrance porch has original Victorian tiled flooring and leads into the entrance hall which has stairs to the first floor with an understairs cupboard.
The sitting room has a brick built fireplace with a Living Flame coal effect gas fire, a picture rail, coved ceiling, and a bay window with a replacement double glazed sash window to the front. The dining room has a brick built fireplace with a fitted gas fire, a picture rail, and sliding patio doors to the rear garden.
Kitchen and Rear Lobby/Utility Area
The kitchen has a range of eye and base units with work surfaces over incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer. There is a walk-in understairs storage cupboard, quarry tiled flooring, and a sash window to the side. The rear lobby/utility area has plumbing for a washing machine, a door to the side, and a door to the rear. The cloakroom has a WC. The barn has double doors from the side with a storage area, a pitched roof, and a door to the rear garden.
The landing has access to the loft space. The master bedroom has a Victorian style fireplace and two sash windows to the front. Bedroom two has a Victorian style fireplace and a sash window to the rear, and bedroom three has a sash window to the rear. The bathroom has a panelled bath, a WC, a pedestal wash basin, a cupboard housing the hot water tank, and a window to the front.
The front garden is enclosed by a brick wall with gated access to the front entrance. The rear garden has a patio area, and a lawned garden with shrub borders. There is gated access to a further lawned garden which has fenced borders and access to the brick built single garage.
Location and Schooling
The town of Olney has a range of 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. The property is in the catchment for Olney Infant Academy, Olney Middle school, and Ousedale secondary school, with further schooling available at the Harpur Trust schools in Bedford.