High Street, Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire, MK46 5JS
£775,000Offers in excess of
- Extended and refurbished stone cottage
- Three/four bedrooms; refitted bathroom
- Two/three reception rooms
- Extended and refitted kitchen/dining room
- Refitted shower room
- Landscaped rear garden backing onto fields
- Gravelled off street parking for two cars
- Village location
An extended and refurbished stone built four bedroom cottage with a 33 metre long landscaped garden backing onto fields in the village of Weston Underwood.
This is a character property which has been extended and improved by the current owners. The accommodation includes a sitting room which has a feature open fireplace with fitted dressers to both sides, a refitted and extended kitchen/dining room which is open plan to the family room which has a brick-built fireplace. Also on the ground floor is a study/bedroom four, a shower room, and an entrance hall in excess of 12 ft. x 9 ft. which has a built-in storage cupboard and double doors to the garden. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms; two with fitted wardrobes, and a refitted bathroom which has a bath with wood panelling, a shower cubicle, a wash basin, a WC, a heated towel rail and wooden flooring.
The dual aspect kitchen/dining room has a range of base units with wood work surfaces over incorporating a butler sink. There is space for an Aga, and a built-in dishwasher. Double doors open to the landscaped gardens, and wood flooring continues into the family room.
The front garden is laid to lawn with shaped hedge borders, and a stone wall to the front. A gravelled driveway provides off street parking for two cars. The landscaped rear garden measures 33m long x 12 m wide, and is mainly laid to lawn with a raised seating area bordered by a dwarf stone wall, overlooking the fields. There is a timber-built storage shed, and a further seating area to the side.
Situation and Schooling
Weston Underwood is a village of mainly mellow stone houses set in open countryside in North Buckinghamshire. It has a church, public house, a village hall and a village green. It is about 2 miles from the market town of Olney with its independent shops and is less than 13 miles from Bedford or Milton Keynes for a wider range of amenities including a choice of commuter trains to London. The property is in catchment for Ousedale school in Olney.
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