Why buy this home?
The entrance hall is a perfect place to remove shoes and hang up coats. It has been laid with dark grey laminate flooring which flows through the living room and the kitchen. The separate living is cosy in size and its shape means you can lay the room out in different variations with easy access to upstairs. The door between the living room and kitchen/diner is glass meaning that though they are separate, it feels connected.
As the kitchen/diner is at the back of the house it is an ideal place to entertain so you can make the most of your garden. Originally the kitchen had a breakfast bar which separated the dining area, the owners decided to remove this when designing the kitchen to maximise the space, leaving enough room to add a table and chairs and not feel cramped. The kitchen is partially tiled and there are white high gloss kitchen units to give the kitchen/diner a crisp modern feel. Integrated appliances include fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, gas hob and electric oven.
The garden has a patio which is ideal for a seating area directly outside the rear doors and the rest of the garden is laid with grass. You also have an outside water tap. A door provides access to the garage from the garden which has plug sockets.
On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms; either one can be used as the master as they are both similar in size and both rooms have integrated wardrobes. The third bedroom is single making it ideal for a home office. All bedrooms are served by the family bathroom, which has a white three-piece suite and shower over the bath.
Lastly there is parking in front of the garage and scope for future growth with either a garage or loft conversation or both (subject to planning permission).
More about the location...
Walnut Tree is a residential district in Walton, which was a hamlet that is now a district and civil parish in Milton Keynes, located about four miles south of Central Milton Keynes. It is named after the Walnut Tree Farm, on whose land the estate was built. All the street names in Walnut Tree are named after either Wild Flowers and Herbs or 18th century Turnpike Trusts.
Walnut Tree is home to a local centre, including small shopping outlets, such as a Tesco Express with Post Office and ATM, and takeaway restaurants. The district also contains the Blackberry Sports Injury Clinic, a GP surgery and a vets. Walnut Tree also has a pub, The Tawny Owl, and a pet supplies business based on Walnut Tree Farm.
The area features three schools - Walton High School (Milton Keynes) for secondary education as well as the Heronshaw and Heronsgate Schools for primary education, serving both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 respectively.
There is a cricket ground and football pitch with changing facilities. There are a number of play parks for children scattered throughout the area.
Stunning Caldecotte Lake is a short walk away which is used by a number of local clubs for rowing and other water sports.
Transport links include the A5 (1.6 miles away), the M1 J14 (3.6 miles away) and Milton Keynes Central Train Station (4.6 miles away).
Council tax band: NotSet