Great Linns, Marston Moretaine, MK43

£325,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: c71f9a11-0217-4ae7-8ba8-05f5daecf291
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Mid-terrace townhouse on modern development
  • Flexible layout and open-plan living space
  • Four bedrooms, en suite and bathroom
  • Walking distance to amenities, opposite playpark
  • Located between Bedford and Milton Keynes

Property Summary

This fantastic family home is set over three storeys, with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, multiple updates, two parking spaces, and all on the doorstep of seemingly endless acres of woodland.

Full Details

This fantastic family home is set over three storeys, with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, multiple updates, two parking spaces, and all on the doorstep of seemingly endless acres of woodland.

The property has had only one pair of owners, who purchased the plot when it was just fields. They were originally looking to move to Milton Keynes, but Marston Moretaine presented a village location that wasn’t a compromise on convenience.

Built by Barratt Homes around a decade ago, this popular development offers amenities within walking distance, a selection of parks, and connections both locally and nationally via road and rail. 350m from the front door is an Ofsted-rated ‘Good’ primary school (there’s secondary schooling and a STEM college in neighbouring villages too), as well as community hub café Marston Beans, which not only serves coffee and cake, but also hosts events and activities for all ages.

The main high street in Marston Moretaine provides for all your everyday needs, and only slightly further afield is Flitwick, with its mainline station into London, and its leisure centre and swimming pool. Market towns of Ampthill and Woburn are 10-15 minutes away for independent shops and businesses, and Bedford town and Milton Keynes city are each around 20 minutes away.

Great Linns is just across from the drivewayof The Forest Centre. The sprawling scenery appeals to everyone, and the owners often walk in the woodland and around the lakes. Mr works from home, so can easily get out in greenspace on lunchbreaks.

Whether you work at or away from home, the house affords flexibility to all floors. The room to the front of the ground floor is currently Mr’s office, but could be a single bedroom, a playroom, even a gaming room. The property also benefits from fibre to the premises broadband (FTTP), with Cat-7 cabling installed up to the first-floor lounge, perfect for hardwiring internet devices.

The living space to the back of the accommodation consists of an open-plan kitchen and lounge/diner. The kitchen is fitted in a classic style, with ample storage and surfacing, a stainless steel sink and drainer, an integrated oven, hob and extractor, and gaps for a fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There’s a half-height dividing wall, which connects the rooms enough to feel sociable, without being able to see the washing up when relaxing on the sofa.

The lounge/diner has French doors onto the garden for bringing the outdoors in and for easy access for eating outside. Also in the lounge/diner is a generous understairs cupboard, which adds to the storage provisions found throughout the home. Surprising for a townhouse is the large loft, boarded, with lighting, and accessed via a telescopic ladder.

Coming up to the first floor, the staircases feature new handrails and oak newel caps, and are to be recarpeted along with the landings in late Feb. To the front is the principal bedroom, a double with the advantage of an en suite (the en suite shower cubicle has been recently retiled). The owners use the room at the rear as a separate lounge, but this could be another double bedroom if needed.

To the second floor are two bedrooms and the family bathroom. The owners have upgraded these bedrooms to incorporate a bank of wardrobes in each, and the rear bedroom has a large Velux window for outlooks over to fields. The bathroom has full-height tiling for when little ones are splashing about, and both the bathroom and en suite have electric towel radiators.

Last but not least is the good-sized garden, landscaped for low maintenance, including Indian sandstone paving for a choice of seating spots (the frontage is also landscaped with Indian sandstone). The artificial grass is always green, a rose bush blooms orange, and the raised bed is full of perennials such as foxgloves and ferns. A gate to the side leads to the two tandem parking spaces.


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