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Attractively positioned with open outlooks, this quality and individual family home is set on a good size plot and offered with no chain. First time on the market since being built in 1985 by the owners for their occupation, Holly Tree Cottage has been continually upgraded and combines the benefits of a new home with the features of a character property. Recent improvements include high quality replacement windows and doors, stylish refitted German ber Kchen with numerous AEG appliances and Franke taps and quartz worksurfaces and redecorated exterior. The accommodation comprises of a large sitting room with inglenook fireplace and working log burner, dining room capable of holding a 12 seater table or more, bar area, study, rear lobby, wc and the refitted kitchen/breakfast room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, all with open aspect views with the master bedroom having an en suite and large walk in his and hers wardrobe, a family bathroom and galleried landing complete the accommodation. Outside the house has, by today's standards, a respectable sized plot with landscaped front and rear gardens and mature planting. The property has extra width and double gates to both sides allowing easy access to both front and rear. THE ACCOMMODATION Entering the property into a good size tiled hall and stairs which rise to the first floor and has a useful cupboard under. All the principal rooms radiate off the hall with a guest cloakroom and study to the right. The study has a pleasant view to the front and is an ideal room if you work from home with space for a desk and filing cabinet etc. The sitting room is to the left and is dual aspect and flows to a purpose built bar area which has shelves and leads to the dining room. Of particular note in the sitting room is the impressive inglenook fireplace which has a working log burning store and tiled hearth. The dining room echoes the sitting room, being a good size and dual aspect with French doors to the rear terrace and has room for a 12 seater table. A red brick facing decorative fireplace is to one wall. Adjacent to the dining room is the kitchen/breakfast room which has space for a table and chairs. The units have been refitted with a range of German ber Kchen base and wall units finished in silk walnut and stone colour. To complement these there is a twin Silestone sink unit with Franke taps along with quartz stone worktops and coloured green glass splashbacks. AEG appliances include a electric oven, microwave, grill, wall mounted filter hood, electric induction hob, dishwasher and wine cooler. The owners are including in the sale a large Samsung fridge/freezer, further under counter freezer and AEG coffee making machine. Other features in the kitchen include under worktop lighting and pull out waste and recycling bins. The utility room matches the kitchen, again fitted with the same Uber units and has space for washing machine, tumble dryer. A cupboard conceals the hot water cylinder and there is a very useful rear hall to the garden which has space for shoes and coats. FIRST FLOOR A half landing leads to the full galleried landing which has turned spindles and balustrades with a window to the front aspect. The master bedroom lies to the front of the property and is a good size, having a full length walk in his and hers wardrobe to one wall and is further complemented with an en suite with shower cubicle, twin sink units, wc and a range of vanity cupboards. Three further bedrooms to the rear all have built in wardrobes and views over the garden, with the third bedroom having additional fitted chest of drawers and bedside tables. The accommodation is completed with the family bathroom which has a white suite with corner bath and shower over, wash basin and wc. OUTSIDE The property is attractively set with gently planted frontage including a holly tree with shaped lawns and gravel driveway/turning area for several vehicles. There are double opening wooden gates to both sides which could create extra parking and allows easy access. The rear garden comprises of a raised terrace along the width of the house and gives elevated views to the west over countryside and an ornamental pond. Well kept lawns are bordered by planting of assorted shrubs. There is a large summer house included in the sale. The boundaries are fully enclosed by fencing and walling. An external cupboard houses the electric boiler which runs a traditional radiator system. LOCATION Set in the heart of the village amongst period homes and overlooking Park Farm, Tebworth is a pleasant village of mainly character properties, a pub and for the commuter M1 Junction 11A, 12 and A5 are all in easy reach with stations at Harlington and Leagrave for Thameslink into Kings Cross, London and at Leighton Buzzard for Euston. There are well regarded schools at all three levels, being St. Georges Lower, Parkfields Middle, both in Toddington and upper school at Harlington. Services: Mains water, Drainage, Electricity and Gas Local Authority: Central Bedfordshire Council. Tel: 0300 300 8000 Outgoings: Council Tax Band "G" Tenure: Freehold. EPC Rating: "D" Viewing: Strictly by appointment through the sole agents Jackson-Stops. 1 Market Place, Woburn, MK17 9PZ. Tel - 01525 290 641
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