Hardmead Road, Newton Blossomville, Bedfordshire, MK43 8AE
£3,000 pcm (Other fees apply)
- Detached rural property
- Four bedrooms; two en suite
- Sitting room with double doors to garden
- Open plan kitchen/dining/family room
- Boot/utility/shower room in excess of 20 ft.,
- Double garage, detached outbuilding
- Gardens with open countryside views
- Available March 2021
A recently built four bedroom detached house with a double garage, a detached outbuilding, and off street parking for up to eight cars, with views over surrounding open countryside.
The property has been built to a high specification with quality fixtures and fittings throughout. There is over 2,300 sq. ft. of accommodation including a sitting room with two sets of double doors to the garden, an office, a triple aspect kitchen/dining/family room, a boot/utility/shower room in excess of 20 ft., and an L-shaped entrance hall on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a master suite with a walk-in wardrobe, an en suite bathroom, and a balcony, two further split level bedrooms both with stairs to upper level rooms, and one with an en suite bathroom, and a main four piece bathroom. The property is available from 1st March 2021.
The kitchen/dining/family room has a vaulted ceiling with cross beams and three electronic Velux windows. The kitchen has a range of modern base units with quartz work surfaces incorporating an Innova double bowl sink. The central island has a breakfast bar. Built-in appliances include an Aga with a wooden mantel over, a dishwasher, and a Neff hob. Tiled flooring with underfloor heating continues into the dining and family areas which have bi-fold doors and two sets of double doors to a paved terrace.
Principal Bedroom Suite
The triple aspect master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe area, and double doors to a balcony with far reaching countryside views. The modern en suite has a raised freestanding roll top bath, a separate shower cubicle, a WC, and a wooden unit with twin wash basins.
The front has a gravelled driveway providing parking for up to eight cars leading to the double garage, and the detached outbuilding. The rear garden has an extensive paved terrace with space for outside dining and entertaining, a further covered seating area, and a lawned garden with shrub borders.
Newton Blossomville has a pub and a first school which is rated outstanding by Ofsted. The village is about 4 miles from Olney which has a wide range of amenities including shops, supermarkets, a post office, cafes and restaurants, and secondary schooling at Ousedale school. The Harpur Trust schools in Bedford are approximately 10 miles away.