Limbrey Drive, Olney, MK46

£500,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 8c657fed-ac8f-4a23-89e4-75be399c082b
  • 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

  • Double-fronted detached family home on a new development
  • Large dual-aspect lounge with French doors onto the garden
  • Open-plan kitchen/diner with integrated appliances and adjoining utility
  • Four double bedrooms, en suite shower room, family bathroom
  • Good-sized walled garden, detached garage, two-car driveway
  • Just a mile from Ousedale School and Olney’s Market Place

Property Summary

This modern property built just two years ago offers space for a family inside, a good-sized garden, a detached garage and a two-car driveway outside.

Full Details

This modern property built just two years ago offers space for a family inside, a good-sized garden, a detached garage and a two-car driveway outside, along with benefits to be found throughout.

Being so new, the property still has its structural guarantee in place, and also providing peace of mind is its energy efficiency. The EPC shows ratings of ‘Very Good’ on almost all elements, and the owner has been very pleased with how well the home performs.

There are all the features you’d want at a newbuild, as well as accessibility considerations you might need, including wider doorways, level thresholds, and a spacious downstairs cloakroom.

Size-wise, your family will be set, with double-fronted accommodation delivering full-depth living spaces downstairs, alongside four double bedrooms upstairs. Two of the bedrooms have built-in mirror-fronted wardrobes, and one of them has a built-in cupboard, and lovely outlooks over fields. There’s both a family bathroom and an en suite shower room, fitted in Roca sanitaryware and with patterned tiling.

On the ground floor, the lounge to the left is plenty large enough not just for sofas, but also for somewhere to spread out toys or to sit down at a desk. There’s light coming in through a window to the front, and French doors to the side straight out onto the garden. Currently laid to lawn with a small patio, the garden is a blank canvas, allowing for whatever you’re inspired by outdoors.

The kitchen/diner room to the other side of the house is open plan, ideal for that feeling of togetherness whether with family or friends. Dinner parties can be hosted at the dining table, and there’s a peninsula for casual breakfasts at the bar. The kitchen is fitted with light grey Shaker-style cabinetry, topped with stone-effect surfacing. There’s a stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated appliances, and the owner upgraded to an induction hob, which boils water far faster than a conventional kettle.

The adjoining utility has an integrated washing machine and shelving for a tumble dryer, keeping the noisier appliances separate from the social space. For storage, the utility affords room for the hoover, airer and ironing board, while a deep understairs cupboard is handy for coats and shoes. There’s a slim cupboard by the front door, and an airing cupboard on the landing. The loft could be boarded for more substantial storage, especially if the garage is needed for vehicles.

The property is part of Taylor Wimpey’s Yardley Manor development, and is opposite a path that’s soon to lead to a park, and later to a community centre. This family-friendly neighbourhood on the northern edge of Olney is only a mile from the Market Place, so a coffee at one of the cafés, dinner at one of the restaurants, and a pint at one of the pubs is within walking distance. Olney also has an array of boutiques, independent businesses, and a calendar of events, including the lively pancake race, the not-for-profit food festival, and the ever-popular Dickens of a Christmas.

For schooling, there’s Ousedale secondary, and Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ primary and pre-schools. For sports, tennis, cricket and rugby clubs are a couple of roads back from the High Street, and for getting out in fresh air, there’s award-winning Emberton Country Park, as well as countryside and the River Great Ouse for stretching the legs for longer.

Olney couldn’t be more convenient, located between Bedford, Milton Keynes and Northampton, London and Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge. You’re never far from retail destinations, entertainment and adventure, major road networks or mainline rail stations.

For a nearly new home, in a historic position that’s hard to beat, here’s your winner.

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