Guide price £650,000
A SMARTLY PRESENTED AND MUCH IMPROVED DETACHED FAMILY HOME SET IN THIS CAREFULLY PRESERVED BY-PASSED VILLAGE BORDERING THE WOBURN ESTATE. Set in this well-regarded village and, by today's standards, on a respectable size plot, 95a High Street comes to the market very well presented having been continually improved by the current owners. Providing well balanced living accommodation features include refitted kitchen and utility room, log burning stove, oak staircase and new internal doors, The house has been redecorated and includes wooden, carpeted and tiled flooring with the cloakroom, ensuite and family bathroom all refitted with modern white suites and complimentary tiling. A new oil boiler was also installed in 2019. For those who work from home or enjoy gaming there are Cat 5e cabling points in the sitting room, study and bedrooms 2,3 and 4 with the dining, sitting room and all 4 bedrooms having tv points with a digital antenna booster. The accommodation comprises a central hallway, sitting room with the log burning stove, a useful study if you work from home and a large dining room which could be used as a family/playroom or second home office. The kitchen/breakfast area has also been refitted with cream units and intergrated appliances plus a matching utility room. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms all of which have pleasant outlooks, along with the smart family bathroom and ensuite to the master bedroom. Outside, the house stands nicely within its plot and has very good size frontage with double entrance gates and the driveway, which has been re-laid, provides parking for four to six vehicles. This leads to a double garage which has the benefit of an electric roller door, power, light and a handy door leading directly into the house. The rear garden has two terrace patios for seating and bbq's with lawns and enclosed boundaries. GROUND FLOOR Entering the property via an etched and frosted part glazed door with side windows, the hallway has a solid wood floor and bespoke oak staircase rises to the first floor. There is a useful understairs cupboard and doors lead to all the living rooms, kitchen and cloakroom. To the right lies the study, which has a window to the front and a Cat 5e data point ideal if you work from home. The cloakroom also is on the right and has a white suite of wash basin, wc and tiling. Lying to the left are the two reception rooms with the dining room facing the front. This room is a good size having ample space for a table and chairs with a bay window to the front. With a focal point and inset cast iron wood burning stove, the sitting room has a pair of double French doors and side windows leading to the rear terrace and garden. The ground floor is completed by the kitchen/breakfast room and utility. The kitchen has been refitted with a range of cream base and wall units with a stainless steel sink unit and solid wooden worktops and ceramic splash-backs. For cooking purposes there is an electric halogen hob, oven, microwave and further appliances include an integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Leading off the kitchen, the utility room has a second sink unit, space for tumble dryer and washing machine and the oil boiler was replaced in 2019. Two handy doors lead to the garden and directly into the garage. FIRST FLOOR All the bedrooms radiate off the landing, which has a window to the front, access to part-boarded loft and the airing cupboard for linen storage. The master bedroom has a window to the front with a view over the garden and the ensuite has been re-fitted with a modern white suite which includes an extra large walk-in shower, vanity wash hand basin and wc and the walls and floor are fully tiled - there is a chrome heated towel rail. Three further bedrooms are all doubles and attractively decorated and all have open views. Finally, the family bathroom echoes the ensuite having been re-fitted with a panelled bath, separate walk-in shower with chrome rain water head, vanity wash basin, wc, chrome heated towel rail and complimentary ceramic tiling. OUTSIDE Set back from the road the house has attractive and good size frontage having double entrance gates and boundary hedge which opens into a large driveway for four to six cars. There are well stocked flower and shrub beds along with a mature tree. A side gate allows access to the rear garden. To the rear, a flagstone terrace and patios provide two seating areas for barbecues and a dwarf wall leads to the lawns. The boundaries are fully fenced and there is a useful storage area to one side of the house. There are several outside lights around the house and a water tap. The property is complimented by the double garage which has an electric door, boarded loft area and power and light. LOCATION The by passed village of Ridgmont village lies on the edge of the Woburn Abbey Estate and has its own first school and village café/shop. Woburn is close by and provides further local shopping facilities, together with a selection of restaurants and public houses. The Woburn Golf and Country Club is within easy reach. More extensive shopping and leisure facilities are available in Milton Keynes. The M1 motorway is conveniently close and there are stations at Ridgmont linking to Bedford (where there are the well-known Harpur Trust Schools) and at Milton Keynes and Flitwick providing fast train services to London Euston and The City taking about 40 minutes.
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