Flitt Leys Close, Cranfield, MK43

£350,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 2e6ea868-68a0-4f15-aae2-79bbee075053
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Semi-detached home on a small development
  • Large lounge with French doors onto the garden
  • Modern kitchen with space for a dining table
  • Three bedrooms, with wardrobes and en suite to master
  • Gorgeous landscaped garden, off-road parking for two
  • Village location well connected to Bedford and Milton Keynes

Property Summary

Set on a small, family-friendly development, this semi-detached property has a warm, wonderful feel, with good-sized living spaces, a gorgeous landscaped garden, and off-road parking for two.

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Set on a small, family-friendly development, this semi-detached property has a warm, wonderful feel, with good-sized living spaces, a gorgeous landscaped garden, and off-road parking for two.

Since the current owner purchased the property in 2020, she’s added her own stamp, and has maintained to immaculate standards. Soon after moving in, she made improvements both inside and out, including fitting a new front door, replacing fencing, and redecorating throughout. Just last year, new carpets were laid.

The owner knew from the first step inside that this was the house for her. Sunshine floods into the hall from a skylight on the landing, and brightness continues into the rest of the accommodation. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms, two of which are generous doubles, the third a generous single. Bedroom one has extensive fitted wardrobing, and the en suite shower room affords privacy for parents, and this has underfloor heating. There’s also the family bathroom and the downstairs cloakroom. For further storage, there’s a cupboard on the landing, and the loft is partially boarded.

Downstairs, the lounge to the right is plenty large enough for sprawling on sofas, and the owner has a freestanding fireplace to reinforce the relaxed vibe. You could fit a desk in if working from home.

To the left is the kitchen/diner, in black gloss cabinetry and with feature tiling and floor-level lighting. There’s a sink and drainer, an integrated gas hob and electric oven, as well as space for a fridge/freezer and a washing machine. The understairs cupboard means you can hide the hoover away, and there’s a back door into the garden for taking dinners outside.

Stepping outside, the garden wows. It’s laid out and landscaped beautifully, with artificial grass, an array of mature plants, and seating options to both patio and decking. The owner has held many a garden party out here, and her daughter will mix them up cocktails to enjoy outside. It’s not penned in, it’s quite open to the back, and there are trees in the garden behind giving leafy outlooks.

Adding value, convenience and security, the car port to the side has been turned into more of a garage, with roller doors fitted at each end. There’s space for a car underneath, protected from the elements, another when driving through into the parking area in the garden, and there are spaces on the road too. This covered area could be a workshop, somewhere for substantial storage, and also acts as handy access into the garden, useful for bulky deliveries or when you don’t want to traipse through the house after a dog walk.

Built in 2009, the house combines all-important aspects for families, couples and singles alike, and the development has a park for little ones (a £28pcm management fee covers the park, greenspaces and lighting). The location appeals to all ages, with Cranfield renowned for its university and its airfield, where Formula 1 drivers come in to land. The village has shops and schools, a doctors and a dentist, plus pubs and takeaways for a night out or a night off. Aside from amenities, Cranfield has countless country walks on the doorstep, including bluebell woods and Marston Thrift, and there are sports facilities such as the 3G football pitch, and events such as bike rallies and tractor runs.

For connection to nearby towns and cities, you’re minutes from the M1, and within a short drive of Bedford town centre, Milton Keynes city centre, and the market towns of Woburn, Ampthill, Olney and Stony Stratford. London is easily commutable from Flitwick, Bedford and Milton Keynes stations.

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