The village is sought after with the Danish Camp a stone’s throw away, convenience and farm shop, post office, garden centres and pub all walkable from the property, in addition to countryside walks.
The house dates back to cira 1930 and offers a decent size sitting room with chimney breast for a possible open fire/ wood burning stove. There is a kitchen dining room with modern units and space for a dining table and chairs with door to the garden. A refitted bathroom with plumbing for concealed washing machine completes the ground floor.
The first floor has two good size double bedrooms and small double bedroom. The main bedroom is flooded with light from three windows. There is built in wardrobes to bedroom two and storage cupboard on the landing.
Outside the fun begins with the plot.
There is parking for four plus cars comfortably with potential for more on the gravel driveway and a lovely well stocked front garden. The rear garden and side plot offer scope to extend the current property stp, with plenty of land to expand into. The rear garden is private, 78’6 x 33′ with various sections of decking, lawn and terrace with planting and timber shed for tool storage.
The joining semi detached has been extended double and single storey.
Vacant property, no upper chain.
The village has a primary school and transport links to M1 and A1, with train stations at Bedford and Sandy.