Barley Kiln Lane, Harrold, MK43

£375,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: f8417c5f-1117-4fa0-8ffe-018a8a2860f4
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Handsome townhouse at the end of a quiet village cul de sac
  • Flexible layout with generous lounge, dining room and kitchen
  • Three double bedrooms, en suite, bathroom and cloakroom
  • Good-sized garden, driveway for two, detached single garage
  • Very short walk of schools, amenities, pubs and country park
  • 15 mins to Olney, 20 mins to Bedford, 30 mins to Milton Keynes

Property Summary

This handsome townhouse in the North Bedfordshire village of Harrold offers great space, a flexible layout, a good-sized garden, a garage and a two-car driveway, all in a quiet cul de sac spot.

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This handsome townhouse in the North Bedfordshire village of Harrold offers great space, a flexible layout, a good-sized garden, a garage and a two-car driveway, all in a quiet cul de sac spot.

Approaching the property, you’re first struck by the height of the home, standing tall between its neighbours. And when you step inside, it’s light, bright and presented well throughout.

The accommodation begins in the hall, where there’s space for furniture to tidy shoes and keep keys. The staircase is straight ahead, with an understairs cupboard for storage.

Coming into the living areas, the front room is currently used as a dining room. The owner has a table for four, plus a bar set-up, but this is plenty big enough for dinner parties for the whole family. An archway divides the dining room and the kitchen for that sociable atmosphere, connecting you with your guests, and French doors in the kitchen connect inside with outside, ideal for barbeques.

The kitchen is fitted in light wood-effect cabinetry with speckled work surfaces, including a peninsula with storage either side. Integrated appliances include an oven, a gas hob, a fridge/freezer and a dishwasher, while the adjoining utility has a gap for a washing machine, shutting laundry away from the living space. There’s capacity for a table in the kitchen, so if preferred, the dining room could be a snug, with armchairs for reading or a sofa for watching shows, or a playroom, next to the kitchen to keep watch.

Continuing to the first floor, there’s a large lounge to the front. This has soft carpeting and a fireplace for a cosy feel, two windows giving natural light, and is spacious for gathering together for film nights.

The three bedrooms are split between the first and second floor, with bedrooms one and two to the top, and bedroom three to the middle. These are all generous doubles, bedroom one particularly so, and all benefit from built-in wardrobes.

Alongside the three-piece family bathroom on the first floor, bedroom one has an en suite shower room, fitted in a modern white suite with grey tiling. Two bathrooms keeps queues down during the morning rush, and your own en suite gives you a bit of separation from bath toys. There’s also a useful cloakroom downstairs via the utility room.

Outside, the garden is a really good size for a family, and not too difficult to maintain for busy families either. It’s predominantly lawned, with gravelled borders, and a paved pathway leading to the garage. It’s tranquil with the stream trickling along behind the garden, and private with neighbours not too close together.

The front of the plot is again low maintenance, and there’s a block-paved driveway for two cars to the side in front of the garage. Barley Kiln Lane has further road parking if needed.

Positionedjust off the high street, Barley Kiln Lane is only a very short stroll of amenities, including a village hall, sports clubs, a Co-op, a hair and beauty salon, a local butcher, Oh My Cod for fish and chips, Spices of Paradise for Indian cuisine, and two pubs for both eating and drinking, The Muntjac with Thai food, and The Oakley Arms with fantastic fare and seasonal menus.

For children, Harrold has an Ofsted-rated ‘Good’ pre-school and primary school, and is in catchment for Sharnbrook Academy. For all ages, there’s the wonderful Harrold Odell Country Park. Here you can watch wildlife, feed the ducks, learn about nature, and grab coffee and cake at the café.

By car, you’re 15 minutes from Olney, 20 minutes from Bedford, and 30 minutes from Milton Keynes, and by rail, London is easily commutable from both Bedford and Milton Keynes.

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