Asking Price £459,995
A bay fronted 1930's extended and converted four double bedroom family home located in one of Ampthill's more desirable postcodes, offering two formal reception rooms, a kitchen with adjoining utility room, en-suite to bedroom two, an 80 ft well tended garden, a garage and off road parking. The home also presents further development opportunities by way of a rear extension, this would of course be subject to any planning restrictions. Situated in 'Grange Road' which is a no through road, approach is on to a hard-standing driveway. The perennial gardens to the front are nicely landscaped and incorporate a gravelled area, a number planted shrubs and a cherry tree. There are glazed timber double doors in to the garage, whereas the main entrance is to the front which is a modern timber, stained glass door sitting under a covered canopy.
Internally the home has a traditional and practical layout of rooms set over three levels. The entrance hall has a staircase leading up to the first floor and a built in under-stairs storage cupboard, there is a door leading through in to the dining room. This area has a feature open fireplace with a an exposed brick surround, stripped floor-boards and french doors leading on to an external patio. An opening leads through to the formal living room which has a multi-pane bay window to the front aspect of the home as well as a further feature fireplace housing a cast iron stove which sits on a marble hearth and has a timber mantle. There is a continuation of the exposed floor-boards.
An archway from the dining room leads nicely through to the kitchen which forms part of a rear extension. This area has been fitted with a number of cream wall and base level units which are covered over with a solid wood effect worktop. There is an integrated fridge/freezer and space for a dishwasher and free-standing cooker. There is a roof lantern and window to the rear aspect of the home which allows a natural light flow. The walls are partly covered with a metro-block tile and there is a timber stable door with steps down in to the utility room. There is additional worktops and storage options and space and plumbing for a washing machine and additional white goods if required. There is a door leading in to the garage which is supplied with power and light. There is a door off the utility room which leads out the the rear gardens.
The first floor accommodation consists of a landing providing access to all bedrooms on this level. The main bedroom has a window overlooking the rear of the home and two separate double fitted, full height wardrobes. Bedroom two has a 'Velux' window to the side aspect of the home and a port-hole window to the front. There is also the convenience of an en-suite bathroom attached. The third bedroom has a separate dressing area with opening in to the bedroom space. There is also a shower-room on this level which has been fitted with a corner cubicle, a pedestal wash hand basin and low level w/c. The walls are partly tiled and there is an obscure glazed window. Off the landing is a further staircase leading up to bedroom four which forms part of an attic conversion. There are some useful eaves storage and particularly attractive views over the prevailing gardens and roof-tops beyond.
The well tended and mature gardens to the rear extend to approximately 80 ft in length and are predominately laid to lawn. There are a varying planted shrubs throughout to include a paper birch, melanchier tree and a liquid amber. There is a vegetable patch and a detached timber storage shed. The gardens are fully enclosed by panel fencing.
Within walking distance are access to Ampthill's town centre and extensive amenities, Waitrose store, parks and high street shops. The area is renowned for its autonomous schooling for all age groups, with 'Russell Lower' 'Alameda' and 'Redborne' just a s...