Keller Williams UK
3 bed Bungalow For Sale

Warners Road, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

£395,000 Guide Price

Property Description

  • . The Agent dealing with this property is Richard Poole - please press number 5
  • Council Tax Band D

Why buy this home?

Often bungalows can need modernisation, but that certainly isn't the case with this one. Recently extended and benefiting from a new kitchen and bathroom, this is a property you can move straight into with the option to add your own touches if you wish. Many properties on the road have also extended into the loft so if you needed more space, this could also be an option, subject to the relevant permissions.

Entering through the front door there is a porch which is the perfect place to store shoes and hang coats. This leads into the entrance hall, which is spacious and has modern, laminate flooring. The hall leads through into the lounge.
The main bedroom is at the front of the bungalow and is square in shape meaning it can be laid out in numerous ways. There is ample space for a large bed and all the bedroom furniture you would need.

Next to the main bedroom is the first of two bathrooms. It is a fully tiled with a modern shower cubicle, a wash hand basin, a heated towel rail, and built-in storage. There is a window to provide natural ventilation and an extractor fan which can be used in the colder months. As this room is adjacent to the main bedroom it could be possible to turn it into an en-suite if that was preferred. There is a separate W/C next to the bathroom.

At the end of the entrance hall there is a room which you can use as you need. When the property was built, this room would have likely been the dining room, but it has been used as a bedroom and could be again. Across the entrance hall is a single bedroom. If not going to be used much, this room could fit a double bed and be used as a guest room.

The lounge is cosy and has an abundance of natural light due to the French doors that open out on to a patio. The wood burning stove is the star of this room and perfect to relax in front of whilst watching the flames flicker at the end of a long day. A wall currently separating the dining room and lounge could be removed to create an open plan lounge diner.

Leading on from the lounge and into the extension, is a spacious kitchen which has contemporary shaker style units and grey work surfaces. There is a built-in electric oven and hob with an extractor hood over it and space for a dishwasher, a washing machine, and a fridge freezer.

The second bathroom is finished to a high standard with modern grey wall tiles and consists of a p-shaped bath with a shower attachment over it, a W/C, a wash hand basin, and a heated towel rail.

At the rear of the bungalow there is a further room that could be used as another bedroom if required. The previous owner used this as a snug, but it would also make a great office space looking out on to the garden.

The delightful garden has an array of fruit trees and flower beds making it perfect for someone who loves their gardening. The patio is a sun trap and the ideal space for al fresco dining or simply catching up with friends with a drink during the summer months. A walkway along the side has a storage area for wood and leads to the garage which has power and lighting. There is also a gate to the front of the property as well as a large storage shed, a green house and a your very own working well.

At the front of the property there is parking in front of the garage and a lawned area with mature beds. This could be converted to create further parking.

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: D

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