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Why buy this home?
Set back from the main road in a cul-de-sac, the first thing that strikes you about this home is the amount of off-road parking available. A tandem driveway and additional space at the front means three cars can easily fit.
The current has made numerous improvements during his ownership including the addition of a porch. This provides a convenient space for coats and shoes to be stored, freeing up the entrance hall. There is a WC on the righthand side before you enter the lounge.
The wall between the lounge and the kitchen/diner has been removed to create a more modern open-plan layout. This means you can socialise with friends who are relaxing on the sofa whilst you are cooking. The lounge area is big enough for a large corner sofa or two smaller sofas without feeling cramped. There is also access to understairs storage from here.
The kitchen has been re-fitted with trendy red high gloss units set off against dark wood worktops. Integrated appliances include a gas hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer and washing machine. A new combi boiler has just been fitted, and the breakfast bar is the ideal spot to grab a quick bite to eat. The dining area is big enough for a six seater table and also has access to the rear garden.
The garden is surprisingly private, with only one bathroom window directly overlooking. Mature hedges line the rear of the garden which has both a patio area and low maintenance lawn. There is also a useful space to the side of the house for a shed or storage of garden furniture., as well as side access to the driveway.
There is a door to the rear of the garage to access a utility room which has been created. Here there is plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. The rest of the garage is as it was built, so is ideal for storage or a small car.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, all of which have a built-in wardrobe. The master bedroom benefits from its own ensuite which has a window. The main bathroom which serves both the second and third bedroom also has a window and has been recently refitted with tiles matching the ensuite. As the emersion tank was removed when the combi boiler was fitted, the airing cupboard is now a very useful storage space.
More about the location...
Tattenhoe and Tattenhoe Park are adjacent districts of Milton Keynes in the ancient parish of Tattenhoe. It is located at the south-western edge of the city, not far from the ruins of Snelshall Priory. It contains Howe Park Wood, one of England's few remaining primeval woodlands, and home to a wide variety of wildlife.
The village was abandoned in the 16th century and had its own moated manor house and church (1540, perhaps 12th century). By the time redevelopment began, it consisted of just three farms and St. Giles's Church, but was recognised as a village rather than a hamlet.
The village also has the Tattenhoe Sports Pavilion, which is run by InspireAll (formerly Hertsmere Leisure) in partnership with the Milton Keynes Council. They offer the temporary home of Westcroft Library, as well as a lounge area next to the cafe and bar on site. The pavilion also has legacy playing fields, an astro turf available for hire, a meeting room available for hire and free parking on site.
Tattenhoe Valley Park is a delightful place for a walk, cycle or horseride, with plenty of wildlife to enjoy in the necklace of ponds splashing over rocks and providing a fantastic habitat for insect, bird and waterlife.
Primary education is provided by Howe Park School (which has an Outstanding Ofsted report) and Secondary Education is provided by Shenley Brook End School.
Council tax band: NotSet