Keller Williams UK
3 bed End of Terrace House For Sale

Stanton Avenue, Bradville, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

£300,000

Property Description

  • The agent dealing with this property is Lydia Dillnutt
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Why buy this home?

Starting from outside, there is a double width driveway for two cars to be parked conveniently side by side, as well as having access through to the rear garden by a side gate.

One of the real benefits of this home that you notice the moment you walk through the front door, is that it has larger than average windows from start to finish, making each room really light and airy. As you first enter the property you come into the entrance hall, with the stairs directly in front of you. The hall then leads straight into the living room where the current owner has a log burner installed, perfect to cosy up on those cold winter days. Coming through into the good-sized kitchen diner, there is plenty of room for either a four or six seater dining table and chairs. It is equipped with a double oven, four ring gas hob, extractor fan, full size fridge freezer and a washing machine. At the rear of the home is the main family bathroom which has been fully tiled and has a rainfall shower over the bath, and there is then a separate toilet and hand basin.

Leading back through the property and upstairs, the master bedroom is really spacious. Currently the owner has a king size bed, however it could accommodate a super king size bed should you need it. It has a built-in wardrobe and there is still plenty of room for chests of drawers. The second bedroom is also a double, with a built-in storage cupboard and also space for a chest of drawers. Bedroom three is currently used as a home office, however it would make the ideal space for a child's bedroom or nursery.

Probably the main highlight of this stunning home is the huge rear garden which is mostly laid to lawn and is nearly 100ft in length. There is a seating area close to the house and also a storage shed to the side of the property where you can store all your garden equipment.

More about the location...

Bradville has a very pretty section of the Grand Union Canal and the old railway walk which runs 3 miles from Wolverton to Newport Pagnell. The line, which closed in 1963, has been converted to a red way for cyclists and pedestrians. Along the route, you will pass over an aqueduct on the canal and through old bridges and platforms from the old railway as well as boat moorings and fishing spots. On this walk you will be able to see the distinctive landmark; Bradwell Windmill.

The mill we now see just off the V6 Grafton St was erected around 1805 and just about made a living for the families that owned it, milling grain for local farmers. However, it was less reliable than the area’s water mills, for example along the Ouse at Old Wolverton, and by the 20th century it was derelict. The Council acquired it for just £80. Its return to health for the first time in 139 years has been achieved through a partnership between the building’s stewards, Milton Keynes Museum, and Milton Keynes Council, who funded the work of millwrights Owlsworth IJP. The restoration involved making the building watertight and restoring the sails and milling mechanism, so visitors can expect to see the historic millstones in action. Like the Museum itself, Bradwell Windmill is maintained and operated by volunteers. There are lots of Play parks across the estate; the one on Kingsfold has a large slide that has been there for over 40 years and has other play equipment for all ages to enjoy.
Council tax band: B