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Why buy this home?
Being set back from the road not only offers privacy, but also ample parking on the block-paved driveway. Access to the oversized integral garage, which has light and power, is via an up and over door.
A spacious porch provides plenty of space for shoes to be removed before entering the hallway, which has a tiled floor. The first room on the right was originally the separate kitchen before the current owners built the rear extension. It is now an additional reception room which is being used as a snug/music room, but could also be a spacious home office or even downstairs bedroom if needed. The WC is accessed via a cloakroom with lots of space to hang up coats and scarves.
Before you enter the main living space there is an extremely useful utility room. Not only is there storage and worktop space for cleaning products alongside the sink and spaces for the washing machine and tumble dryer, there is also a door offering side access which is the perfect entrance for four-legged friends after walks in the surrounding countryside.
The living room has a real sense of warmth, mainly due to the wood burning stove and built-in storage either side of the chimney breast. It is open to the dining room which serves as the connection to the kitchen extension, creating a sociable L-shaped living space. Built in 2014, the kitchen extension has a vaulted ceiling with skylights making it a welcoming space. The solid wood worktops, range cooker and Belfast sink are a subtle reminder of the village setting. Centre of attention is a large island which is moveable, meaning the kitchen can be configured to suit your entertaining needs.
Doors lead out to a patio area which can be an extension of the kitchen by being the home to your BBQ and subsequent seating area. Sleepers creating a retaining wall make this area feel sheltered and private. The patio wraps around the extension providing side access on both sides of the house. Steps lead up to the main garden which is laid to lawn and has mature fruit trees. The garden is larger than it first appears as the current owners purchased a section of a neighbours garden, which is where the useful summer house is situated. A further seating area is hidden behind the summer house, offering an intimate space to enjoy an evening drink and admire the sunset over the open fields at the back of the garden.
Upstairs you are greeted by a galleried landing which leads to all four bedrooms. The master bedroom is at the back of the house so takes advantage of the scenic views. There is an alcove large enough for two double wardrobes, and the ensuite is fully tiled with a double shower cubicle, heated towel rail and all-important window. The second bedroom is at the front of the house meaning an older child or guests have their own privacy. It's a very comfortably sized room with ample space for bedroom furniture.
The third bedroom is a further double (please note this room has been virtually furnished) with the fourth being a generous single. These three bedrooms are all served by the family bathroom which also has a separate shower cubicle and window.
More about the location...
Beachampton is a village and civil parish beside the River Great Ouse in the unitary authority area of Buckinghamshire, England. The village is about 5 miles (8.0 km) east of Buckingham and a similar distance west of Milton Keynes.
The Church of England parish church of the Assumption of St Mary the Virgin dates from the 14th century. The Gothic Revival architect G.E. Street rebuilt upper part of the bell-tower in 1873-74.
Primary schooling is provided within the local village of Whaddon, whilst secondary school catchments include the prestigious Royal Latin Grammar School in Buckingham.
Council tax band: F