Offered with no chain, this elegant detached Victorian Villa with classically proportioned rooms and a 160ft private garden is set in the area's most sought after location of Aspley Heath with fine woodland walks on the doorstep. Pinewood is an imposing double fronted Victorian Villa set in Church Road, Aspley Heath with its tree lined approach and attractive frontage, the property benefits from a private, south-easterly facing plot and can be offered with no upper chain. The location is one of the most sought after in our area being a very short stroll to many fine walks amongst the Duke of Bedford's woodland, yet within two minutes' walk of Woburn Sands High with its array of independent shops, coffee houses and restaurants. The accommodation is considerable and arranged over 4 floors with ideal family living space including 3 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, cloakroom and 6 bedrooms with en suite and main bathroom. Of worthy note is the very large lower ground floor which lends itself to a gym area, media/gaming rooms or home office use. Standing well on its plot with screened frontage, width to both side sides and a rear garden which measures 160ft there is space to extend and add garaging if required. THE ACCOMMODATION Entering the property via a fine stained glass entrance door, the period staircase rises to the first floor and a cloakroom is located to the right. Being a classic double fronted house, there are two living areas to either side of the hall, one to the family area which is open plan to the hall. To the left the dining room or second sitting room has an original fireplace and there are sash windows, picture rails and corniced ceilings, which are echoed throughout the ground floor living rooms. Flowing to the rear of the hall, an elegant drawing room takes advantage of its aspect overlooking the garden having a deep bay window with a working fireplace and inset grate and timber surround which is flanked by low level cupboards and recessed bookshelves. The kitchen/breakfast room leads off the family room and features a gas fired cream AGA set into a central chimney breast. Throughout the kitchen are a range of base and wall units with a useful breakfast bar area and a large sash window to the side allows ample light into the room. Beyond the kitchen a large utility room, once the original parlour lends itself to an additional breakfast area for table and chairs. With the removal of the chimney breast this area could be combined with the kitchen to form a substantial kitchen/diner with an outlook and access to the rear garden. FIRST FLOOR A period landing with ornate staircase has a window to the front and a staircase rises to the second floor. The master bedroom has a range of built in wardrobes, a walk in bay window with views over the garden and a large four piece en suite includes a bath and shower cubicle. The remaining bedrooms on this level are all doubles, with two and three being particularly good size having deep bay windows. The bathroom is fitted with a white suite and could be enlarged into bedroom four if required. SECOND FLOOR Two further double bedrooms are located on this floor and also offer additional space for play/hobbies and useful extra storage. OUTSIDE The property is approached via a large gravel driveway and boundary hedge with ample parking and space to the right hand side of the house for secure parking and for a garage. (A garage was previously sited here) The rear garden measures a respectable 160ft and has a terrace patio with planting that leads to extensive lawns and mature trees giving a good degree of privacy. The boundaries are fully enclosed.
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Guide price £1,295,000