Property SummaryKEY FEATURES: -
• Characterful Detached Family Residence.
• Exceptionally Spacious and Adaptable Accommodation.
• Four Double Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms.
• Large Drawing Room with Galleried Mezzanine.
• Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Quality Cabinets and Granite Counters.
• Delightful ‘Wrap-Around’ Gardens offering Exceptional Entertaining Space.
• Substantial Outbuilding incorporating Studio/Gym and Utility Room.
• Double Length Garage/Workshop.
• Picturesque Village Location and Riseley-Sharnbrook School Catchment.
Entrance door to :
Amtico flooring, radiator with decorative cover, built-in storage cupboard and under stair cupboard.
Boiler Room housing oil fired boiler, drying rail and cloaks hanging space.
Staircase to first floor and inner hall with steps up to living areas.
12' 10" x 12' 6" (3.90m x 3.80m)
Features granite counters and upstands, comprehensive range of quality cabinets, under-counter mounted sink with mixer tap, built- in appliances to include oven and hob with extractor hood above, dishwasher, ‘fridge and freezer. Exposed wall timbers, tiled floor, recessed ceiling down lighters, radiator.
25' 7" x 15' 9" (7.80m x 4.80m)
Features a fine vaulted ceiling and windows to three sides including full-height glazing to front.
Brick fireplace with raised tiled hearth and incorporating multi-fuel stove.
Exposed facing bricks and oak cross beam, two radiators, part glazed door to outside raised terrace.
Steps up to:
15' 9" x 13' 1" (4.80m x 4.00m)
Exposed timber floor, radiator, recessed ceiling down lighters.
11' 2" x 9' 6" (3.40m x 2.89m)
Laminate flooring, radiator.
12' 6" x 10' 10" (3.80m x 3.30m)
Laminate flooring, walk-in wardrobe cupboard, radiator.
11' 2" x 6' 9" (3.40m x 2.05m)
White three-piece suite comprising Spa bath with independent ‘Monsoon’ shower over, tiled surround and glazed screen, washbasin with fitted cabinet below and WC with concealed cistern. Tiled floor, two heated towel rails, recessed ceiling down lighters.
First Floor Landing
Access to roof void.
16' 3" x 11' 2" (4.95m x 3.40m)
Range of fitted wardrobes and dressing unit, fitted vanity unit with washbasin (and plumbing for shower). Radiator.
6' 3" x 4' 7" (1.90m x 1.40m)
White suite comprising tiled shower enclosure with glazed screen, wall-hung washbasin and corner WC. Alcove shelving, radiator/towel rail, laminate flooring.
16' 5" x 10' 10" (5.00m x 3.30m)
Two fitted wardrobes and shelving, airing cupboard. Radiator.
The property enjoys delightful gardens with exceptional entertaining space and superb views of the adjacent Parish Church.
Fully private and enclosed, the garden offers areas of lawn with mature landscaping of trees, shrubs and climbing plants, paved terraces and pathways, outside lighting and plug points, ornamental fish pond and water feature.
A raised stone-built patio with steps up from the garden and accessed directly from the drawing room offers an excellent vantage point from which to view the garden and is ideal for alfresco dining.
There is a side vegetable garden and a block paved drive provides private off-road parking and access to the large garage/workshop with power and light connected.
Timber and Pantiled Garden Studio
21' 4" x 9' (6.50m x 2.74m)
Glazed double doors, vaulted ceiling, light and power. Sauna available by negotiation.
Timber and Slate Washhouse
9' x 7' 7" (2.74m x 2.30m)
Worktop and fitted cupboards and sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, light and power, electric heater.
23' x 9' 6" (7.00m x 2.90m)
Twin doors, light and power.
Marketed by Town-and-Country.
The rural village of Yelden is steeped in history and surrounded by farmland. Situated approximately 15 miles North of Bedford and 8 miles West of Kimbolton, also 3 miles to the A6, the village has appeared in an episode of ‘Escape to the Country’. It has its own primary school and is in the Sharnbrook catchment area with a school bus provided, along with a bus to nearby Kimbolton School. There is a lively social life and active Village Hall with good play facilities and numerous weekly activities and a C12th Parish Church where John Bunyan is said to have conducted a Christmas Day service in 1659. The popularity of the village is further enhanced by the ease of access to main line railway stations at Bedford, St. Neots, Huntingdon and Wellingborough.
The newly-opened Rushden Lakes development is approx. 6 miles away and boasts many High Street and Designer names as well as smaller shops, cafes and restaurants, multi-screen cinema, leisure complex, boating lake and charming nature walks.
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