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PROPERTY FEATURES

  • PROMINENT EDWARDIAN HOME BUILT IN 1909 WITH WELL PROPORTIONED ROOMS
  • ORIGINAL CHARACATER WITH FIREPLACES, TALL CEILINGS, PICTURE RAILS AND STAINED GLASS WORK
  • COMBINED KIT/BREAKFAST, FAMILY AND DINING ROOM - FORMING THE HEART OF THE HOME
  • WELCOMING ENTRANCE HALL WITH BALUSTARDE STAIRCASE, SITTING ROOM AND HOME OFFICE/STUDY
  • 4 GOOD SIZE DUAL ASPECT BEDROOMS WITH ENSUITE AND BATHROOM AND 2ND ENSUITE FACILITY
  • DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE WITH PRIVATE PARKING AT THE FRONT AND TO THE REAR
  • 1/4 MILE WLAK TO REDBORNE UPPER SCHOOL AND MAINLINE STATION WITHIN 10 MINUTES WALK.

THE PROPERTY

A PROMINENT EDWARDIAN HOUSE WITH ORIGINAL PERIOD FEATURES COMBINED WITH VERSATILE FAMILY LIVING SPACE, ALL CONVENIENTLY LOCATED FOR THE MAINLINE STATION AND WITHIN SOUGHT AFTER SCHOOL CATCHMENTS. 41 Ampthill Road is set back from the road with a character faade and being built in 1909 has well-proportioned and tall rooms of the Edwardian era. Original features include cast iron fireplaces, picture rails, corniced ceilings and stained glass window detailing. The current owners have remodelled the house and created a stylish home which has private rooms to relax and to study/work from home in, coupled with open plan kitchen, family and dining areas all of which are ideal for modern families and couples alike. The house is well presented and improvements include a refitted kitchen with island preparation unit and a refitted en suite and main bathroom. Of particular note is the welcoming hallway with original balustrade staircase and large landing which leads to four good sized bedrooms all of which are dual aspect. Outside, there is the added bonus of a detached double garage, private parking at the rear and to the front and an enclosed south westerly facing rear garden completes the property. For families the house lies within the sought after Redborne School catchment being only a quarter of a mile walk. For commuters the mainline station is within 10 minutes' walk and Junction 12 and 13 of the M1 are both within 5 and 6 miles respectively. ACCOMMODATION Entering the house via the original part glazed entrance door with side and oriel windows over, the entrance hall is a welcoming size. A balustrade staircase rises to the first floor and doors lead to all the principal living rooms and there is a guest cloakroom with a white suite and metro tiling. The sitting room has a focal fireplace with cast iron inlay and picture rail with corniced ceiling and a bay window which has stained glass insets all add to the character of the room. Double doors flow into the family room which is an ideal space for additional sofas, or can be used as a playroom being adjacent to the kitchen and dining room. Extra light comes into the room with a Velux roof light along with double doors to the rear garden. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a range of modern coloured base and wall units and has a central island preparation unit with breakfast bar with quartz work surfaces. Appliances include a Neff oven, microwave, dishwasher and a large Leibherr fridge freezer is included. Located off the kitchen, the dining room is a good size and has a picture rail and dual aspect windows. To the right of the hall lies the study which has a handy utility cupboard which has space for washing machine, tumble dryer and storage. FIRST FLOOR The bedrooms all radiate off the good size landing which has access to the loft. The main bedroom is dual aspect with a built in wardrobe and decorative period fireplace along with an en suite which comprises of a walk in shower, wash basin, wc, complementary tiling and a chrome heated towel rail complete the room. Bedrooms two and three are both good size, dual aspect double rooms with decorative fireplaces with bedroom three having an original full height cupboard. From an inner landing the fourth bedroom has triple aspect windows with a separate door providing an en suite facility to the bathroom which is fitted with a white suite of bath and wash basin with ceramic tiling to the splash areas and floor. Also, off the inner landing is a separate cloakroom with wc. OUTSIDE To the front of the property there is a walled and fenced garden which has mature trees and planted borders set around a good size gravel driveway providing private parking. The rear garden is laid to lawn with two patio areas, assorted shrubs and small trees. The boundaries are enclosed with side and rear gates. Beyond the garden lies the detached double garage which is accessed from Airedale Close. The garage has twin doors, one of which is electrically operated, has power and light with a courtesy door to the garden. In front of the garage there is additional double width parking. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services: Mains water electricity, gas and drainage. 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