Keller Williams UK
4 bed Semi-Detached House For Sale

Bullington End, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

£950,000

Property Description

  • Sits In Approximately 2.5 acres
  • Substantial Paddock Plus Separate Orchard
  • 50ft x 20ft Stone Storage Barn
  • 4 Double Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
  • Driveway Parking For Approx. 6 Vehicles
  • Large Double Garage / Workshop
  • Inglenook Fireplace & Original Oak Beams

With superb countryside views in all directions, this stunning Grade II listed character four-bedroom farmhouse dates back to Tudor times and is set in a 2.5-acre plot. This beautifully presented traditional property (part thatched – good condition) is not only packed with period features but has outbuildings and a stone-built storage barn offering great scope and flexibility.

Marvel at the historic and cosy inglenook fireplace situated in what is currently being used as a double office, the beautifully preserved original beams, characterful original doors, large wine cellar/pantry and general spaciousness the property offers.

Downstairs the farmhouse comprises of an entrance hall with recently installed, handmade, oak hardwood front and rear doors at each end, large kitchen, grand study (which was previously used as a second lounge), downstairs cloakroom, dining room and a lounge to a more recent extension. From the kitchen, steps lead down to a large basement which is currently used as a cellar and pantry.

Upstairs from the hallway are the four large double bedrooms with fabulous country views, family bathroom and a further en-suite style shower room.

Outside to the rear is a large paddock (scope for equestrian use), a delightful cottage garden, a well-stocked orchard, and a raised-bed vegetable garden. To one side is a drive with parking for approximately six vehicles, a walled garden with seating area and to the front a lawned garden. Outbuildings comprise of a double garage/workshop, greenhouse, and a 50 ft storage barn which could be used to house horses, a car collection, general storage or possibly an annex. The property is semi-detached to a cottage (also on the market).

Part of the attraction of this farmhouse is its location being situated just 12 minutes from Milton Keynes and Milton Keynes Station (34 minutes into London Euston), 15 minutes from the M1 and 16 minutes to the private schools of Akeley Wood and Thornton Girls School. Hanslope Primary School is 1.7 miles away (Ofsted Good) and Castlethorpe First School (Ofsted Outstanding) is 1 mile away.

This property exudes a real sense of history and has a delightful cottage feel to it and really needs to be seen to appreciate the spacious accommodation, land and rural location.

LOCATION: BULLINGTON END, HANSLOPE. FREEHOLD.

Energy Performance Certificate coming soon.

HANSLOPE

Bullington End Farm seems to date back to Tudor times (thought to be built at some time between 1485-1603), the main cruck-frame thatched section of Grade II-listed Bullington End Farm was originally a hall house, likely to have been the home of a farmer and livestock. The property was likely extended in the 18th or 19th century and a side sheep barn is thought to have been sympathetically converted into a lounge and dining room in the 1980s.

Hanslope and Castlethorpe villages are within 1 mile of the property, boasting pubs, village stores, a doctor’s surgery, primary schools and green spaces. Wolverton Rail Station is within 5 minutes driving distance.
Council tax band: G

Kitchen
The true heart of this property is the homely and cosy kitchen. Shaker style kitchen above and below worktop units with hardwood worktop surfaces and white tiles to the walls. Belfast sink with two traditional taps. Room for freestanding dishwasher and washing machine. Range cooker with 5 electric ceramic hobs, two ovens, grill and plate warmer with extractor above. Traditional style tiles to the floor. White painted beams to the ceiling and above the cooker. Room at a side for an American Style Fridge/Freezer Walk in cupboard to the corner houses the boiler (oil fired). Ample room for a dining table and chairs. Old pine door to the cellar.

Lounge
The lounge is in an extended part of the house and benefits from two garden windows overlooking the side garden and a traditional stone feature wall with beams. Door to the side and neutral carpet. Wall lights.

Dining Room
The dining room is a large space with a window and glass windowed door leading to the rear garden with roof void with oak beams. To the floor are wooden floorboards. Doors lead to the kitchen and lounge.

Study
The study which used to be a second lounge has a gorgeous stone lined inglenook fireplace to one wall which incorporates a traditional wood burning stove. There are front and rear facing windows (window seat to the rear) and space for two large desks and bookshelves. Beige carpet.

Bedroom One (Master)
The large master bedroom is off a corridor which has the shower room close by. There are a series of wardrobes against one wall and front and rear views of the countryside and fields. Beige carpet.

Bedroom Two
Bedroom two is on a floor to its onward has a cupboard to one corner. Beige carpet.

Bedroom Three
Again on its own floor bedroom three has views to the countryside. Beams to the ceiling. Beige carpet.

Bedroom Four
Bedroom four has front aspect views. Beams to the ceiling. Beige carpet.

Family Bathroom
The bathroom has a bath to a corner with shower above and shower screen to the side. Walled white tiles. The toilet is a bit of a feature with its views across the fields beyond! Chrome radiator. The sink sits in a traditional wooden cupboard and comprises of a mixer tap.

Bathroom Two
This second shower room comprises a shower, toilet and washbasin. Views to the rear and fields and is situated close to the master bedroom. This room and the corridor could be sectioned off with a door.

Basement
Basement

Cellar
The sizeable seller is a useful addition to the property for storing wine, as it is today, an extended pantry or a storage area. The headspace is reasonable.

Double Garage
The double garage has plenty of storage and has steel sheeting to the roof and stone blocks to the floor. Exposured stone walls. Strip lighting.

Barn
The barn is a useful space that could be used for storage, equestrian use or as a garage. Access is via recently installed Iroko hardwood swing doors with incorporated access door. To the roof is steel sheeting and the floor is stone/paved. Exposed stone walls. Strip lighting and power.

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