Set within convenient reach of the village centre this deceptively versatile four bedroom detached home provides well appointed, bright and airy internal accommodation. Read more
Set within convenient reach of the village centre this deceptively versatile four bedroom detached home provides well appointed, bright and airy internal accommodation.
Approach to the home is a via a beautifully landscaped frontage which has a meadering path leading to the front door. Shaped retaining walls have been stocked with a rich abundance of mature plants, shrubs and bushes and an attractive tree sits to one side. A porch provides initial shelter with a further inner door opening into the entrance hall, stairs run directly to the first floor accommodation from here, while to the right hand side a useful cloakroom has been fitted with a two piece suite comprising of a cistern concealed low level wc and wash hand basin. Clever recessed storage has been incorporated as well as having an obscure glazed window to the front. Running across part of the rear of the home is a generous, refitted kitchen/breakfast room, this has been fitted with a comprehensive range of floor and wall mounted units with darker work surfaces over. Several integrated appliances have been cleverly woven into the design including a four ring Miele hob, Neff double oven, extractor hood, and fridge/freezer as well as providing additional free standing space for a dishwasher and washing machine. A breakfast bar extends to one side allowing for stool seating while windows to both the side and rear elevations flood the space with an abundance of natural daylight. From here a door leads into the more formal dining room, sliding patio doors open into the rear garden, whilst to the other side double doors present into the living room. This is a particularly generous room with an open fire set onto a slightly raised hearth creating a real focal point to the room. A bay window overlooks the front aspect. Moving upstairs the spacious landing gives way to all first floor accommodation, the master of which has an extensive run of shelved and railed wardrobes, in addition to the convenience of it's own en-suite. This has been immaculately refitted to comprise a double shower enclosure, cistern concealed wc and a wash hand basin set into a vanity unit. The look is completed with fully tiled walls and matching floor tiles, heated towel rail and recessed ceiling lighting. Three further bedrooms are also well proportioned, with two doubles and a single and are serviced by way of a family bathroom. This has been fitted with a panelled bath with shower unit and glass screen positioned over, cistern concealed wc and a wash hand basin set into a vanity unit. It also has modern tiling, recessed lighting and an obscure window ensuring a natural, light space. Externally the rear garden has been beautifully landscaped to offer a delightful relaxing and tranquil area. A stylish patio has been laid which runs along the back of the house and down the side. From here rendered retaining walls allow for deep borders stocked full of established plants, shrubs and bushes and beyond which steps lead up to a slightly raised circular lawn. Around the perimeter of this is a shingled area providing additional seating if required. The boundary is encased by timber fencing with gated rear access. This provides access through to a detached garage with a smart up and over door.
The village of Maulden is well positioned to cater for the commuter with the M1/A1 motorways both within a 20 minute drive, alternatively there are regular train links in to London St Pancras from either Flitwick or Harlington stations, taking a matter of 38/40 minutes respectively. There is a local convenience store and several well established eateries within close proximity, further and more substantial amenities can be found in Ampthill which is within walking distance from the property, offering a selection of small individually owned shops, hairdressers and a Waitrose Store. The area is renowned for its autonomous schooling at all levels including Redbourne Academy. There is a local pick up point for the Harpur trust schooling in Bedford. There are various footpaths and bridleways providing access to 'Maulden Woods' and the 'Greensands Ridge'.