Why buy this home?
The property is located on the edge of Dunstable with road links to the M1 Junction 11a, Leighton Buzzard and Milton Keynes but also has Dunstable Downs and Whipsnade Zoo on its doorstep.
Built only three years ago and loved by the current owners this property is ideal for someone looking to get on the property ladder or planning on starting a family.
The light and airy entrance hall sets the tone for the rest of the property with all ground floor accommodation and stairs to the first floor accessed from here.
A real selling point for this property is the 24ft (approx) lounge/diner where you can fit your sofas and dining table easily and not feel claustrophobic. The size and versatility of this room means you can position your furniture in a way to suit you and no matter which way you decide, it will never feel restricted. Natural light flows through two Velux windows and a set of French doors leading out to the rear garden.
The kitchen is stunning, and the high gloss units compliment the wood effect worktops perfectly, continuing the contemporary feel. Complete with fitted appliances including a fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine there isn't anything that the new owner will need to bring with them.
On the first floor there are two of the three double bedrooms. The second bedroom is serviced by a Jack and Jill bathroom ideal if you have growing children or family staying.
The extravagant top floor suite measures 28ft front to back and has a dressing area, fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room.
Outside, the rear garden is low maintenance with a patio perfect for summer BBQ's leading on to a lawn. A gate to the side allows you access to the garden without entering the house. At the front there are two allocated parking spaces with further visitor spaces available.
More about the location...
Dunstable is a market town in Bedfordshire steeped in history and has so much to do.
Several parks and open spaces are kept by Central Bedfordshire Council along with Dunstable Leisure Centre. The centre was closed on June 4, 2017 to undergo a £20.1 million redevelopment incorporating a brand new town library. 'The Dunstable Centre', which opened in June 2019 (albeit without its swimming pool) includes state-of-the-art leisure facilities, gym, swimming pools and a flexible community space for other public and community services.
Within the town centre is the Grove Theatre, Priory House Heritage Centre and the Priory Church where Henry VIII formalised his divorce from Catherine of Aragon. At the heart of the town sits the Quadrant Shopping Centre, while across High Street North a secondary shopping community named the Eleanor's Cross Shopping Precinct hosts a modern statue commemorating the original cross. Nearby Luton has the Waulud's Bank prehistoric henge and Luton Museum & Art Gallery.
Dunstable Downs, a chalky escarpment outside the town, is a popular site for kite flying, paragliding and hang gliding, while the London Gliding Club provides a base for conventional gliding and other air activities at the bottom of the Downs. Further into the countryside are the open-range Whipsnade Zoo, a garden laid out in the form of a cathedral at Whipsnade Tree Cathedral and the Totternhoe Knolls motte-and-bailey castle.
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