Keller Williams UK
4 bed Semi-Detached House Sold

Kemsley Drive, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire

£465,000 Guide Price

Property Description

  • The Agent dealing with this property is Richard Poole - please press number 5.
  • EPC Rating - B.
  • Council Tax Band - D.
  • There are only two more brand new styles of this property to be released and not until the end of 2024.
  • Believed to be the first re-sale of this design on the development.

Why buy this home?

‘The Lincoln’ was designed for families with spacious accommodation split over three floors that you can arrange to suit your family’s needs. With only two more of this design being built and not being released until the end of 2024, this is the chance to beat the competition and secure your dream home. It is also your chance to own the first resale property of this design on the development without the concerns of the cost of extras that come with buying a brand-new home, and the inevitable snagging list.

You would be forgiven for forgetting that you are on a new build development as you gaze out at the trees through the large Georgian style window in the living room. It is the obvious place to relax with family after a long day or catch up with your favourite TV show.

A stunning kitchen/diner is the perfect space to host friends and family as it looks out on to the rear garden. In addition, French doors can be opened in the warmer months allowing the garden to become an extension of the home. Complementary colours including grey wood effect on the units, grey subway tiles and white work surfaces, tie in well with the wood effect Amtico flooring and give the kitchen a touch of class. Bosch fitted appliances include a double oven, gas hob, extractor fan, dishwasher, and a fridge/freezer. There is a cupboard that is designed to house your washing machine and tumble dryer, freeing up space for storage in the kitchen. The current owners have a six-seater dining table as well as an island style table for additional seating.

An all-important downstairs W/C completes the ground floor accommodation.

A big advantage of purchasing a re-sale property over a brand new one is that the garden has usually been landscaped, and that is the case here. By modern home standards, the garden is a good size and faces south meaning that you get the sun all day. A patio is perfect for outside dining or having a drink with friends, and a path leads past the lawn up to a decked area which is the ideal place to BBQ.

The garage has been partially converted to create an office with more than enough space for two people to work from home. This would also make a fantastic home salon or games room. There is still storage room for bikes and seasonal items at the front of the garage.

The first floor has the main bedroom next to a further double, so this floor is ideal for parents wanting to keep an ear out for younger children. The main bedroom has enough room for a super king size bed and the current owners have added a fitted wardrobe. The en-suite is huge and has a large walk-in shower which gives parents an escape from the main bathroom, and somewhere to get ready in peace! The family bathroom is also on this floor and is fitted with a fresh white suite and marble effect tiling around the bath.

The top floor is perfect for teenagers who want their own space, and they will be the envy of their friends up here. The two bedrooms are both double bedrooms with eaves storage and are serviced by their own shower room.

Driveway parking provides parking for at least two cars and with plenty of visitors bays nearby, parking should never be an issue.

Fast becoming one of the most popular modern developments to live on in Leighton Buzzard, Leestone Park is located off the prestigious Heath Road with easy access to local schools and pubs, and just a short walk to Leighton Buzzard High Street. Rushmere Country Park is only a short drive away and is ideal for dog walking, plus you are on the right side of the town for quick access to the A5 if you need to get to Milton Keynes. The development itself has a Co-op shop for your daily essentials and a Fish Bar where you can get your takeaway for quiet nights in with the family.

More about the location...

Leighton Buzzard is a market town in Bedfordshire, near the Chiltern Hills and lying between Aylesbury, Tring, Dunstable and Milton Keynes.

The area has become an increasingly popular place to relocate to for workers from London, helped in part by its reasonably priced housing – a big attraction for young professional couples wanting to get their foot on the property ladder. Leighton Buzzard provides great access to the countryside and other parts of the UK like London, Birmingham, Cambridge and Oxford.

Leighton Buzzard is close to the M1 and A5 , and is served by Southern and London Northwestern Railway services on the West Coast Main Line railway at Leighton Buzzard railway station in Linslade. The railway operates non-stop commuting services to Euston railway station, with the fastest peak journey times less than 30 minutes.

Leighton Buzzard operates a three-tier education system with a selection of with Lower, Middle and Upper Schools.

The River Ouzel runs through the town as does the famous Grand Union Canal, which Leighton Buzzard is well known for. There is a lot of activity along the canal which residents can enjoy, from peaceful walks to fishing and waterside pubs.

There are many community events scheduled throughout the year including both the Food and Canal Festivals in the summer, Linslade in Bloom, Music in the Park and the Christmas Market.

A short drive from Leighton Buzzard is Ascott House which is set in a 3,200-acre estate and benefits extensive manicured gardens which you are free to enjoy. There is also Rushmere Country Park on the outskirts of the town which is an area of 400 acres of woodland, heathland and meadows for you to explore. This is a Greensands Trust site with a visitor centre and café.

In 1963 the Great Train Robbery took place at a site near Bridego Bridge, between the villages of Cheddington and Linslade. Every time a Great Train Robber was caught law dictated that they had to be brought back to the small court house at Linslade to be charged.
Council tax band: D

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