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This beautiful two bedroom home is ideal for those who are looking for their first home. It's in a great location, close to superb transport links and a short walk to Wavendon.
Why buy this home?
As soon as you step into this home you immediately feel a sense of warmth. The living room is a good size with enough space to comfortably fit a sofa and coffee table and not feel cramped. To maximise the space, the owners have housed the TV under the stairs, however this could be turned into storage if the new owner were to hang the TV on the wall.
The recently fitted kitchen is a shaker style and has been designed to maximise storage. The cupboard doors are cashmere in colour and the worktops are a light walnut block. All appliances are integrated and include a fridge/freezer, washing machine and a slimline dishwasher. The oven and microwave are housed in a tower unit which makes them easily accessible and there is also a gas hob with a stainless steel extractor hood over it. On the opposite wall is the breakfast bar which could easily be removed and have a table with four chairs, if this is your preference. The kitchen is finished off with contemporary, white metro tiles on the walls and grey tiles on the floor giving it a modern, fresh feel.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is at the front of the house and is fitted with integrated wardrobes cleverly installed over the bulk head, maximising the room size. Bedroom two also has a fitted storage cupboard and although it is currently being used as a nursery, it will easily accommodate a double bed.
The bathroom is situated between the bedrooms and is it fitted with a bath with an electric shower over it, wash hand basin with vanity unit and a toilet.
The garden is a great space with a large patio, the ideal place for a BBQ leading onto a lawn. At the bottom of the garden is a gate which provides access to the driveway, where you can easily park two cars.
More about the location...
Wavendon Gate falls under the Walton Civil Parish and borders the village of Wavendon. It is mainly a residential area which contains Wavendon Gate junior school, cricket green and pavilion for recreational activities.
The village of Wavendon is best known today for being the location of the Stables Theatre live music venue, and the "Wavendon All-music Plan" music summer schools. The venue is the brainchild of the late Sir John Dankworth and his wife, Dame Cleo Laine (who continues to live in the village).
It lies adjacent to the village of Woburn Sands. At the heart of the town is a thriving High Street extending into parts of Station Road and Aspley Hill. It offers a comprehensive range of shops and services, including several pubs and eating places and a Library housed in the Institute, one of the oldest buildings in the town. Within the community are three churches, schools, medical centre and dentist, and a considerable range of sporting and leisure activities and many local organisations as well as easy access by public transport to Milton Keynes City Centre and beyond.