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Broughton Road, Salford, Milton Keynes, MK17

Guide price £965,000

5 Beds 2 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: WOB170098

The Old House is a fine example of a period home and character features combined with sympathetic recent additions that have created living space ideal for modern life.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • FINE CHARACTER PROPERTY WITH RECENT ADDITIONS
  • STYLISH KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM PERFECT FOR FAMILY LIFE
  • DINING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM AND STUDY
  • WELCOMING 12FT SQ ENTRANCE HALL
  • CLOAKROOM AND USEFUL UTILITY
  • 5 DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • MASTER SUITE WITH ENSUITE AND DRESSING ROOM
  • FAMILY BATHROOM WITH ROLL TOP BATH
  • PRIVATE AND ENCLOSED GARDEN
  • DOUBLE GARAGE WITH ELECTRIC DOORS
  • ADDITIONAL PARKING AND TWO STOREY WORKSHOP

THE PROPERTY

The Old House is one of the oldest properties in the village of Salford, dating back to the 18th Century believed to once have been the village Post Office. Set in the heart of the village on a respectable size plot by today's standards with a private garden, parking and double garage with workshop. The location is also ideal for commuting to nearby Milton Keynes and Bedford, both with mainline stations and easy access to Junction 13 of the M1 and the A1 to Cambridge. The house has been extensively refurbished throughout its history and is well presented with many character features coupled with stylish kitchen/breakfast room and sanitary ware to the en suite and family bathrooms. THE PROPERTY Entering the property from the private parking area on the drive, a welcoming hallway of 12' square leads to all the principal ground floor rooms. The sitting room features a working fireplace and attractive walk in bay window which allows ample light into the room. Extended in 2004, the kitchen/breakfast room forms the heart of the home and is ideal for both contemporary family living and entertaining with its French doors into the garden. The kitchen itself has an extensive range of Loxley units with granite worksurfaces and has a central island preparation unit. An ''Esse' oil fired range along with additional electric oven providing cooking facilities and a unique spacious bespoke fridge by the Corner Fridge Company, dishwasher and freezer are all integrated. More living space can be found in the older portion of the house and this is includes the family room and study with the family room having a log burning stove and is an ideal room for the children to enjoy or parents to relax in. For more formal entertaining there is a characterful dining room having the space for a dining suite along with focal fireplace, side cupboards and exposed floorboards. A useful utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. FIRST FLOOR A good size landing leads to all five double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom being part of the extension offers a comprehensive suite with a walk in dressing room and a four piece en suite with a bath and separate shower cubicle. All of the bedrooms have views over the garden or over the small village green at the front. The family bathroom echoes the character of the house with a roll top bath and shower cubicle. Both the en suite and family bathroom have underfloor heating. OUTSIDE Accessed from the gated drive and gravelled courtyard which provides plenty of parking space is the double garage constructed of brick under a Pantile roof and having an attached workshop with stairs rising to boarded store room above. Power, light and water are connected and the garages has twin electric up and over doors. To the side of the workshop stands the oil tank on brick piers. There is a gate onto the path leading past the front of the property. GARDEN The large garden lies to the south of the property and is very private being enclosed by part brick wall/hedging and close boarded fencing. The garden is accessed from the house via the rear patio or by wooden hand gate from the courtyard and is mainly laid to lawn with mature fruit trees and a good size patio area provides an area for sitting and barbecues. LOCATION The village of Salford has a church, village hall, and public house/restaurant. Local shopping facilities for everyday needs are available in Woburn Sands, with further extensive shopping and leisure amenities available in Milton Keynes. The Georgian village of Woburn has many fine restaurants and antique shops, together with the Woburn Golf and Country Club. The area is well served by both state and private schools for children of all ages. The village is very accessible to junctions 13 and 14 of the M1 motorway. Nearby railway stations at Flitwick and Harlington provide a First Capital Connect service to St Pancras and Milton Keynes to Euston both with an efficient commuting service to the capital within 45 minutes. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services: Mains Water, Drainage, Electricity Local Authority: Central Bedfordshire Council. Tel: 0300 300 8000 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