Langlands, Lavendon, MK46

£425,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 12a782fe-b357-445e-97e4-fd904abb133d
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Detached family home tucked at the end of a quiet close
  • Fully refurbished, immaculately kept, full of personality
  • Large open-plan living/dining, separate snug, spacious kitchen
  • Four bedrooms, en suite shower room, family bathroom
  • Garage, three-car driveway, low-maintenance rear garden
  • Village location surrounded by scenery and close to large centres

Property Summary

Tucked at the end of a quiet close in the lovely village of Lavendon is this fabulous family home, refurbished throughout, immaculate, and full of personality. You won’t have to lift a finger here!

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Tucked at the end of a quiet close in the lovely village of Lavendon is this fabulous family home, refurbished throughout, immaculate, and full of personality. You won’t have to lift a finger here! Over the last three years, the owners have transformed traditional into characterful, replacing from top to bottom, front to back. Every wall has been painted in Little Greene, and there’s an amazing array of wallpapers.

Coming into the house, the hallway has oak flooring underfoot, which continues seamlessly into the main accommodation. Ahead is the staircase with lots of understairs storage, the cloakroom is to the right, and another door opens into a cleverly adapted ‘boot room’ area for hanging coats and tidying away shoes.

Stepping into the living space, the wow factor well and truly hits. It’s big, bright and bold. A wall has been removed to connect dining and relaxing, making for a sociable environment perfect for parties, whether that be for dinner or dancing. There’s ample space for a dancefloor! The owners have enjoyed being able to host the whole family, with a large table to eat at, and options for seating everyone after. With the open-plan area great for gathering with friends and family, the kitchen is ideal for cooking up a storm for them, and it’s spacious for rustling up a roast or putting together a three-course meal without anyone getting in your way. Recently and fully updated, there’s classic Shaker-style cabinetry topped with black quartz surfaces, an inset sink and drainer with a pull-out mixer tap, and integrated appliances including a fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. There are gaps for a range oven and a washing machine too. Completing the ground floor is the snug, filled with light from the pitched, glazed roof.

This is a versatile addition for working, playing, relaxing, reading, writing, really anything your family may need extra accommodation for. Heading upstairs, there are four bedrooms, consisting of two doubles and two good-sized singles. Bedroom one is particularly large, with space for a superking bed, and bedroom four is currently used as a very generous dressing room, but would also work well as an office if needed. Both the family bathroom and the en suite to bedroom one are fitted in contemporary suites, kept to pristine standards and of course with wonderful wallpapers. For more storage on the first floor, there’s a deep airing cupboard on the landing (housing a megaflow hot water cylinder), a fully boarded loft via hatch, an overstairs storage cupboard in bedroom three, and mirror-fronted wardrobes in bedroom one. It’s not only the inside of the property that’s seen improvement. External impressions have been enhanced with fresh rendering and a facelift of the wood cladding from brown to black. The frontage has a block-paved driveway for three cars (with an EV charger), and a single garage for another. The garage also offers substantial storage on both the ground floor and a mezzanine level, allowing for accumulation over the years.

The rear garden is accessed via a side passageway from the front. It’s relatively low maintenance, being primarily laid to lawn with a patio from the snug. As for location, Lavendon is rural yet connected, not a metropolis, but never far from centres such as Olney, Bedford and Milton Keynes, and London by rail. The village has a shop, parks, popular pubs, a village hall, a pre-school, an Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ primary school, and is close to secondary schooling too. There’s an array of activities and events including fetes and film screenings, gymkhanas and craft clubs, and the surrounding scenery provides not just walking, but also fishing, horseriding and cycling. It’s all here on the doorstep.

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