46 Westbrook End, Newton Longville, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK17 0DF
- Grade II listed former farmhouse
- Three bedrooms; one en suite
- Two reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast/family room
- Character features throughout
- Landscaped cottage gardens
- Driveway with turning point
A Grade II listed 15th century cruck framed thatched three bedroom detached former farmhouse that has been upgraded throughout and re-thatched during 2019.
Ivy Lodge is believed to be the oldest house in the village and has 1,832 sq. ft. of accommodation over two floors. Character features include parquet and flagstone flooring, inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams and timbers. The ground floor has an entrance porch, a dining room, a sitting room with French doors to the garden, an open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room and a four piece bathroom. On the first floor there are three bedrooms with an en suite shower room to the master bedroom and an en suite cloakroom to the guest bedroom. The landscaped private cottage gardens back onto paddock land. There is a timber garage/workshop and a driveway with a turning point.
The triple aspect kitchen/breakfast/family room has floor and wall units with wood style and granite work surfaces and an inset Butler sink. There is a built-in dishwasher, a washing machine, space for a range style cooker with a canopy over and a cupboard housing the gas fired boiler. Polished flagstone flooring continues into the family area which has a display unit, French doors to the patio, wood panelling to dado height and ceiling beams.
The landscaped rear garden is laid to lawn with well stocked beds and borders, a newt pond, pear, apple and hazelnut trees and a blackberry bush. There is a paved patio area, a greenhouse, and a garden store/gym with power and light. Gated side access leads to the front. The block paved driveway has a turning point and leads to the garage which has power and light. The garden has lawns, flower and shrub borders, trees and a path to the front door.
The village of Newton Longville has a shop, a post office and The Crooked Billet thatched public house. It is in the catchment for the Royal Latin Grammar School in Buckingham. Newton Longville Church of England Combined School takes children between the ages of 4 and 11.