- Property Type Bungalow
- Gas is currently supplied to the property
- The property has a Communal Garden listed available as outdoor spaces
- The property has Garage listed as available parking
Why buy this home?
Situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, this impressive bungalow is perfect for downsizers due to its garage and off road parking.
An extensive front garden means the bungalow is set back from the road, and provides parking for up to three cars. Initially there is an entrance porch which leads through to a generous entrance hall.
The master bedroom is at the front of the house and is square in shape meaning it can be laid in out in numerous variations. There is also a fitted wardrobe. Next to the master bedroom is a fully-tiled wet room with walk-in shower. A separate WC is next door, with the second bedroom being next to that.
The lounge/diner is a great size as the third bedroom has been knocked through to create a dining area. This could easily be changed back if three bedrooms are required however. There is a feature gas fire with brick surround which is the focal point of the room. A conservatory has been added to make the most of the rear garden. It is the perfect place to sit in the summer and admire the privacy that the vegetation behind creates.
The kitchen is modern for a bungalow of this age, being finished in a shaker-style dark wood with black worktops. There is an integrated eye-level oven and microwave, and electric hob. There is also space for a washing machine and fridge. From here there is access to a side garden which in turn provides access to the rear of the garage, which benefits from a new roof, as well as lighting and power points.
The garden itself is a great size but is also easy to maintain as it is mainly laid to lawn. There is also a small decked area off the back of the conservatory, which makes an ideal seating area.
More about the location...
Newton Longville is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority area of Buckinghamshire. The village is about 2 miles (3 km) south-west of Bletchley.
The main industry in the village between 1847 and 1991 was brick making. The village had a large brick factory, originally belonging to the Read family, becoming the Bletchley Brick company in 1923, and then taken over by the London Brick Company (LBC) in 1929. The works made Fletton bricks and distributed them all over the country. It was closed in November 1991 after Hanson Trust bought the London Brick Company.
Newton Longville Church of England Combined School is a mixed, voluntary controlled primary school, that takes children between the ages of four and eleven. It has slightly over 200 pupils.
Council tax band: NotSet