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A VILLAGE HOUSE WITH 3.4 ACRES, A 17m x 11m PORTAL FRAMED BARN/WORKSHOP, EXTENSIVE GARAGE AND PARKING ALL OFFERING GREAT RECREATIONAL, EQUINE AND COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES. First time on the market in a generation, Little Farm offers a rare opportunity to acquire a truly versatile residential property. Set in the heart of Maulden with a plot of 3.4 acres including paddocks, a range of substantial buildings there is ample scope to remodel, extend and develop further to create a unique house (subject to necessary consents). The house is detached and comprises three living rooms, kitchen, utility - including cloakroom - with three bedrooms ensuite and family bathroom on the first floor. Of further interest and flexibility there is a 17m x 11m portal framed barn/workshop, double garage/carport and two further detached brick and tiled garage/workshop and these respectively lend themselves for conversion to additional living or annexe for extended family life or for recreational storage or commercial use. Within the grounds there are paddocks with two stables and a double field shelter/feed hay store. A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a unique lifestyle property and grounds. THE ACCOMMODATION The property is entered through a double-glazed door leading to the entrance hall where stairs rise to the first floor and have a cupboard under. To the left the sitting room has a double-glazed window to the front aspect with a conservatory leading off that has French doors to the rear. To the right-hand side, a dining or family room has a fireplace and inset gas fire with a window to the front. A rear hall has a door to the side and leads to the utility room, a study and cloakroom. The utility room has a sink unit, space for washing machine and a wall mounted gas boiler which serves the heating and hot water. Beyond these, the kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall cupboards, a sink unit and there is an electric cooker point, integrated dish washer and fridge/freezer. FIRST FLOOR The landing provides access to all the bedrooms and bathroom and has a walk-in airing cupboard and stained-glass window to the side. The main bedroom is dual aspect and set to the rear with a walk-in dressing room and further built-in cupboard. An ensuite comprises a bath, wash basin and wc with storage cupboard and window to the side. There are two further bedrooms both of which have fitted wardrobes and face to the front. The accommodation is completed with the bathroom which has a corner bath, separate shower cubicle, wash basin and wc with a window to the side. OUTSIDE The house has a pedestrian gate and front boundary wall with garden area and two side entrances to the rear. Double gates are set to the left-hand side which lead to a substantial area providing ample parking and to the outbuildings and paddocks. To either side of the house there are two brick-built garage and workshops. One measures 18m and has power, light and a window and doors. The second is 10m and has a vaulted roof with three phase electric supply, three windows, side door and automatic roller door. There is a further single garage with attached carport. Ideal for a multitude of uses as a workshop or storage such as classic cars, the portal framed barn is an impressive 17m x 11m (58 ft x 36 ft) with sliding and pedestrian door with power and light and three phase electric supply. The vendor informs us the outbuildings all have their own metered electricity supply. Leading from the barn and parking there are grass paddocks with fenced and hedged boundaries. There are two stables with a double field shelter or hay/feed store. LOCATION Maulden is a village on the outskirts of Ampthill with its own lower school, village hall, two public houses and Budgen stores. The market town of Ampthill provides a full range of facilities including shops, restaurants, parks, schools for all age groups and a Waitrose supermarket. More extensive shopping and leisure facilities are available in the towns of Milton Keynes and Bedford which also includes the renowned Harpur Trust schools. The property is well located for access to junctions 12 and 13 of the M1. Flitwick station provides a main line railway station with frequent services to St. Pancras, The City within 45 minutes via the Thameslink. Air travel is available at Luton with Stansted and Heathrow slightly further afield, whilst Gatwick airport is easily accessible by rail from Flitwick. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services: Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas Local Authority: Central Bedfordshire Council. Tel: 0300 300 8000 Outgoings: Council Tax Band "F" Tenure: Freehold. EPC Rating: "C" Viewing: Strictly by appointment through the sole agents Jackson-Stops. 1 Market Place, Woburn, MK17 9PZ. Tel - 01525 290 641