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A Fine Home for the Cottage Connoisseur
Beautifully Positioned with Stunning Parkland Views
Sitting Room with Charming Inglenook Fireplace
Separate Dining Room/Snug
Well Fitted Kitchen with Pine Counters
Refitted Contemporary Bathroom
Two First Floor Bedrooms
Landscaped Front Garden and Rear Cottage Garden
Brick and Pantiled STUDIO/OFFICE
Delightful Rural Location yet Convenient for Major Road and Rail Link
Grade II Listed
Painted hardwood front door with glazed/leaded panel.
16' 10" x 15' 4" (5.13m x 4.67m)
Brick Inglenook fireplace with raised flagstone hearth and oak bressummer, exposed wall and ceiling beams, radiator, wall light points, TV and telephone points, leaded light window to front. Latch door to stairs, doors to dining room and rear lobby. Opening to large understair storage area with cloaks cupboard.
10' 11" x 9' 9" (3.33m x 2.97m)
Feature brick fireplace and chimney breast, exposed wall and ceiling beams, radiator, wall lighting points. Leaded light window to front.
Tiled floor, radiator. Painted hardwood door with glazed panel opening onto rear garden. Latch doors to bathroom and kitchen.
15' 7" x 6' 3" (4.74m x 1.91m)
Recently renovated and well fitted in a range of painted hand-built units with solid pine counter-tops, Butler sink, matching glazed wall cabinets and larder cupboard, built-in electric oven and hob, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, additional appliance space, oil fired boiler for the central heating system. Quarry tiled floor, exposed brickwork and timbers, radiator, window to rear.
Refitted in contemporary three piece suite comprising free standing roll-top bath with shower mixer taps, vanity unit with tiled counter and inset basin with cupboards below, WC. Tiled and panelled walls, exposed timbers, tiled floor, radiator, window to rear.
Stairwell with exposed timbers. Deep built-in wardrobe with extensive hanging space.
14' 1" x 10' 7" (4.29m x 3.23m)
Exposed original oak floorboards, part-vaulted ceiling with wall timbers, radiator, TV point, dormer-style leaded light window to front.
Latch door to:
10' 10" Minimum x 9' 6" (3.30m x 2.90m)
Exposed brick chimney breast and wall timbers, part-vaulted ceiling, shelved recess, radiator, access to loft space. Dormer-style leaded light window to front.
Deep frontage enclosed by picket fencing and hedgerow and attractively landscaped with lawn, flower and shrub beds and meandering pathway to the front door.
The rear cottage garden is fully enclosed by panel fencing with paved terrace and pathway, shrub borders and climbing plants, outside lighting, two timber sheds, log store, concealed oil tank.
Brick and Pantiled Studio/Office
10' 7" x 10' 5" (3.23m x 3.18m)
Exposed brickwork and vaulted beamed ceiling, light and power connected, window to rear and painted hardwood stable door to the garden.
Marketed by Town-and-Country
Dominated by the superb open spaces of Melchbourne Park, the small rural community of Melchbourne is one of the most well regarded villages in north Bedfordshire. It boasts a pleasant mix of period properties including Melchbourne Hall, charming thatched cottages and a few executive houses and lies within the Sharnbrook Upper School catchment area.
Bedford is some 10 miles away and offers a wider range of facilities as well as a mainline railway station to London St.Pancras.
Kimbolton is about 5 miles away and enjoys a range of local shops along with the renowned private school.
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