Keller Williams UK
4 bed Detached House Sold STC

Walton End, Waven don Gate, Milton Keynes MK7

£600,000 Offers In Excess Of

Property Description

  • The agent dealing with this property is Dominic Marcel
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  • The property has been virtually furnished as it is currently tenanted

Why buy this home?

Set back from the road and located opposite Wavendon Gate Pavillion on a south-facing plot, this generous four bedroom house is ideal for those looking to acquire a new home that can adapt as their family needs change.

The double width driveway provides side-by-side parking for up to four cars - a godsend when you have different family members leaving for work at different times. The double garage provides further opportunity for additional parking or for those with a need to safely store motorcycles. The double garage also offers a cost-effective way of increasing the living space of the home by converting the integrated section into the house and creating an additional 140 sq.ft (approx) which could be a further reception room or downstairs bedroom if there is a requirement for multi-generational living. With this section of the garage backing onto the WC, a shower room could be installed using the existing sewerage system.

A spacious entrance hall is a welcome place to greet guests without feeling confined, and also means those with prams have plenty of room to prepare before leaving the house. To the right of the entrance hall is the living room. A bay window helps to capture light in the north-facing part of the home, and a feature gas fire (which has been disconnected) provides a focal point at which to arrange furniture. Being an external wall, a modern log burner with external flue could be installed if you so wish. The living room opens up to the dining room which is surprising in size and shape, meaning a generous dining table can be installed. For those wishing for a more contemporary open/plan kitchen space, the wall could be taken down between the existing kitchen/breakfast room to create an impressive entertaining space backing onto the garden.

The garden is south-facing and offers both a patio stretching the width of the house and a lawn with borders to the back.

The current kitchen/breakfast room offers ample worktop space thanks to units on opposite walls. There is space for a dishwasher as well as there being an integrated microwave, electric oven and electric hob. The utility room off the kitchen provides space for both a washing machine and tumble dryer. It also houses a modern boiler and has a door to the rear garden. Lastly, off the kitchen is a reception room which could be used as a study, snug or a playroom if you need to keep an eye on young children which in the kitchen.

The first floor offers four good-size bedrooms. The master bedroom has two double integrated wardrobes as well as a sizeable ensuite which could be refitted to provide a walk-in double shower. Both the second and third bedrooms also offer double built-in wardrobes meaning it is only the fourth bedroom which doesn't, although there is space to install freestanding wardrobe and still have room for a double bed. These three bedrooms are served by the extremely spacious family bathroom which has an all-important window.

Other noteworthy features include a modern MegaFlow system in the airing cupboard and replacement windows. There is also the potential to extend both the second and third bedrooms (or add a fifth) by extending over the garage (stpp).

More about the location...

Wavendon Gate falls under the Walton Civil Parish and borders the village of Wavendon. It is mainly a residential area which contains Wavendon Gate junior school, cricket green and pavilion for recreational activities. 

The village of Wavendon is best known today for being the location of the Stables Theatre live music venue, and the "Wavendon All-music Plan" music summer schools. The venue is the brainchild of the late Sir John Dankworth and his wife, Dame Cleo Laine (who continues to live in the village).

It lies adjacent to the village of Woburn Sands. At the heart of the town is a thriving High Street extending into parts of Station Road and Aspley Hill. It offers a comprehensive range of shops and services, including several pubs and eating places and a Library housed in the Institute, one of the oldest buildings in the town. Within the community are three churches, schools, medical centre and dentist, and a considerable range of sporting and leisure activities and many local organisations as well as easy access by public transport to Milton Keynes City Centre and beyond.
Council tax band: F

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