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Warrington, Olney, Buckinghamshire, MK46

Guide price £1,165,000

4 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: WOB080095

Warrington

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • DETACHED HOUSE ENJOYING ELEVATED POSITION
  • POTENTIAL TO EXTEND
  • APPROACHED OVER PRIVATE DRIVE
  • FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • COURTYARD RANGE OF BUILDINGS
  • STABLING FOR 8 HORSES
  • POTENTIAL FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
  • GROUNDS AND PADDOCKS TOTALLING 10.31 ACRES
  • In all about 10.31 acres

THE PROPERTY

An attractive family home set in its own grounds of 10 acres with courtyard range of outbuildings offering business opportunities. The sale of Lavendon Lodge Farm offers potential purchasers the opportunity of acquiring a lifestyle property protected by its own land. The house enjoys an elevated position and clearly there is scope to extend the current accommodation, subject to planning. Complementing the residential element is the stable yard providing excellent equine facilities, and there is a valid planning permission to replace the current Dutch barn and lean-to with a 2,700 sq ft portal framed barn. The pasture land is currently divided into three paddocks and is ideally suited for the grazing of horses or livestock. The part glazed front door opens into a central reception hall with dogleg staircase gently rising to the first floor galleried landing, with understairs storage area and cloakroom adjoining. The sitting room with open stone fireplace is perfect for entertaining and enjoys a dual aspect with French doors opening onto a paved seating terrace. Lying across the hall and conveniently located adjoining the kitchen is the dining room with views across the rear paddock. The kitchen/breakfast room enjoys a dual aspect overlooking the drive and across to the stable block. The kitchen is well equipped with extensive base and eye level units, along with full height pantry cupboard and integrated Zanussi dishwasher. Cooking facilities are provided by a Rangemaster 110 range cooker with double oven, grill, warming drawer and six ring hob. A part glazed door leads to a side lobby which in turn allows access into the large utility/boot room with base and eye level units, sink, plumbing for washing machine and housing the floor mounted oil fired boiler. FIRST FLOOR All rooms radiate off from the central galleried landing. The master bedroom looks down to the stable yard and benefits from recessed wardrobes and en suite shower room. Three further double bedrooms are served by the family bathroom, with two of the bedrooms benefitting from fitted wardrobes. OUTSIDE A tarmac drive sweeps past the stable block and up to the house with extensive parking area, and providing access to the double garage and workshop with a pair of up and over doors. The formal grounds to the house are enclosed by mature hedgerows and specimen trees and are laid to lawn. Lying to the east is the orchard and the house benefits from both south and west facing paved terraces. The oil tank and timber two garden sheds sit behind the house. EQUINE FACILITIES - BUILDINGS The stable yard and buildings can be accessed off the main drive or via their own separate access. The timber stable block forms an ''L' shape accommodating eight stables and tack room, with concrete apron to the front. In the top corner of the yard is a Victorian brick stable ideal for stallion, mare and foal and currently used as a machinery/garden store, garage, along with two bay Dutch barn with lean-to offering covered storage for hay/ straw and machinery, with one of the lean-to bays doubling up as another stable. A four horse Clayton horse walker neatly sits in one corner and the yard enjoys direct access into the eastern paddock with the south eastern corner providing an excellent site for the siting of a mange. THE PADDOCKS The farm land extends in total to approximately 9 acres and is currently divided into three paddocks, which are interconnected and enclosed by mature hedgerow boundaries. All three paddocks have mains water troughs and the western of the three paddocks benefits from its own roadside access. The farm is a short hack from the Three Counties bridleway network. DIRECTIONS MK46 4HW From the Warrington roundabout being the junction of the A509 with the A428 proceed in a westerly direction on the A428 signed to Northampton. After approximately half a mile take the turning on your right and the entrance drive to Lavendon Lodge Farm will shortly appear on your left. LOCAL AUTHORITY Services: Mains water and electricity to the house and stable yard. Oil fired central heating. Septic tank drainage. Local Authority: Milton Keynes Council Tel: 01908 691691 Outgoings: Council Tax Band "G" Tenure: Freehold. EPC Rating: "E" Viewing: Strictly by appointment through the sole agents Jackson-Stops. 1 Market Place, Woburn, MK17 9PZ. Tel - 01525 290 641. 20 Bridge Street, Northampton, NN1 1NR. Tel - 01604 632991