Keller Williams UK
4 bed Detached House Sold STC

Wolsey Gardens, Bradwell, Milton Keynes MK13

£400,000 Offers In Excess Of

Property Description

  • The agent dealing with this property is Dominic Marcel
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  • Open House Saturday 9th March 10am - 1pm *strictly by prior appointment only*

Why buy this home?

Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, this lovely family home is looking for new owners who wish to take advantage of the endless dog walks both Bradwell and Loughton Valley Park offer.

Benefitting from a central entrance hall means an efficient layout, and this is seen immediately in the size of the living room. Stretching from the front to the back of the house, there is plenty of space for bulky furniture that can be laid out in numerous variations, with the fireplace as a central feature.Opposite is a large third reception room currently being used as a home office, although it could have multiple uses due to its size.

The reason this space is so large is because it was the original dining room, which itself is now located where the original kitchen was thanks to a rear extension, which now houses the kitchen. The kitchen has wooden worktops and space for a fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A door leads to the rear garden and side access to the front. The garden is south-facing and has two distinct seating areas in the form of a patio and decked area - one for eating and one for relaxing. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn. A gate leads out to King George Field making it ideal for those with sporty children who want to make the most out of the play area. It's also ideal for those with dogs who can walk straight across the field towards the original Bradwell Village, and down Primrose Road to Abbey Field Wildlife Conservation Area. A short walk under the railway line takes you to Loughton Valley Park where you can head south to Lodge Lake and Teardrop Lake, or north passed the famous Concrete Cows to the Roman Villa in Bancroft.

Upstairs the landing has a picture window overlooking the rear garden and field which offers superb natural lighting. The master bedroom has built-in wardrobes so you can treat yourself to a large bed. The second bedroom also has built-in wardrobes, but you may wish to reposition these to maximise the layout of the room. The third bedroom is also a double and the fourth is a useable single. All bedrooms are served by the family bathroom which has a window and overhead shower.

Parking is provided by a garage and driveway for two cars, but there is ample parking available in front of the house too.

More about the location...

Bradwell is an ancient village and modern district in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, situated approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) north-west of Central Milton Keynes.

St. Lawrence's Church is a Grade II listed building, dating from the 13th century, and receiving its first vicar in 1223.It is believed to contain the oldest change ringing bells still in use, two of which were cast in 1297 by Michael de Wymbish of London.

Adjoining the sports field is the Bradwell Conservation Area, which is centered on St Lawrence's Field and is administered by the parish council as a nature conservation area.

On Vicarage Road is the Bradwell Memorial Hall, built as the village's war memorial after World War I.

On Primrose Road is King George's Field in memorial to King George V with a children's play area.

Bradwell has a Non-League football team Old Bradwell United F.C. who play at Abbey Road, where there is a large sports field with a cricket pitch and several football pitches. The Old Bradwell Tennis Club is also affiliated to the Bradwell Sports and Social Club which has the use of these facilities.

Bradwell Bowls Club enters competitive teams in the local league.

Unusually for a housing estate in Milton Keynes there are two pubs; Victoria Inn and The Prince Albert. There is also education in the form of Bradwell Village School.
Council tax band: D

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