If you are looking to live in a beautifully refurbished townhouse perfectly located in the middle of a quaint and historic market town then look no further. This property is simply stunning. Despite the high quality of the refurbishment programme its charm has not been lost, with many original features still in place, many Arts and Crafts interior design touches and having been decorated in stylish Heritage colours. This super home really stands out as somewhere completely ready to move into.
The property is entered into the entrance hall where stairs lead up to the first floor and a door opens to the incredible open plan ground floor accommodation. Starting with the sitting room and flowing seamlessly through the dining room we arrive in the kitchen/breakfast room with a spectacular roof lantern and doors to the utility room/cloakroom and the rear garden. The attention to detail is remarkable with the sitting room and dining room having wooden flooring, radiator covers in keeping with the style of the property, shutters to the windows and built-in bookshelves. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of white Shaker style units, smartly contrasting with the dark blue walls, and includes a central island and integrated appliances. The bifolding doors open to steps up to the rear courtyard garden. Stone flooring continues to the ground floor cloakroom/utility room which has space and plumbing for a washing machine.
There are two double bedrooms on the first floor, one of which is currently used as a study. Bedroom one has a range of fitted wardrobe and shutters to the window and bedroom two has an original cast iron fireplace. The contemporary style family bathroom is fitted with a white suite and has a shower over the bath.
The master bedroom suite occupies the whole of the second floor and includes a double bedroom and an en suite shower room with a shower enclosure.
The courtyard garden is an absolute joy. Full of shrubs and plants it has been cleverly landscaped to provide a cottage garden feel with various seating areas as well as a barbeque area and a water feature. There is even a summerhouse which could be converted to a home office if required.
Olney is a historic Buckinghamshire market town, full of charm with its assortment of independent shops including boutiques and antique shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants but is perhaps best known for its annual Pancake Race which was established in 1445. There is a weekly market and a monthly farmers’ market as well as clubs for football, rugby, tennis, cricket and bowls. Emberton Country Park is just a mile away and there are many country walks to be enjoyed in the local vicinity. There is an infant academy, middle school and the Olney Ousedale Academy all within the village and the private Harpur Trust schools are in Bedford which is approximately 12 miles away. Olney can also claim fame to being the home to William Cowper (poet and hymn writer) and John Newton (slave trader turned abolitionist and writer of Amazing Grace). For transport links the village is approximately 7 miles from Junction 14 of the M1, and approximately 11 miles from rail links to London from Milton Keynes, Northampton, and Bedford.
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