Neville Crescent, Bromham, MK43

£375,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 6b4f7071-d20b-48ff-b1c5-7fcdc3772af9
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Detached Single Garage
  • Elevated Position
  • Driveway
  • Easy Access to Local Amenities

Property Summary

High up overlooking the charming village of Bromham is this spacious bungalow full of potential. Offered for sale chain free, you could be enjoying the sunshine in the fabulous south-facing garden come summer.
Bromham has so much to give and really is a fantastic village. The owner moved into this home in 1996, and has resided in the village for over 50 years.

Full Details

High up overlooking the charming village of Bromham is this spacious bungalow full of potential. Offered for sale chain free, you could be enjoying the sunshine in the fabulous south-facing garden.
Bromham has so much to give and really is a fantastic village. The owner moved into this home in 1996, and has resided in the village for over 50 years.

The family have all lived here at some point, —a testament to what a wonderful location it is. The property is within the more established part of Bromham, within short walking distance of the primary school, St Owen’s church, the local supermarket, two pubs, the Post Office and a parade of shops.


This is a home ideal for fans of a country walk. There are so many on the doorstep, such as across the fields to Stevington windmill, along the River Great Ouse, and over to the bluebell woods in Stagsden. The owner’s husband loved to fish, and the river has lots of spots to while away the hours angling for a catch. The Mill café is on the river’s edge, where there are events throughout the year.


Located on a quiet road, the row of bungalows is staggered for a more open feel to the plot. This bungalow is further forward within its plot, meaning most of the outdoor space is to the rear. The frontage has a driveway, a gated paved area within the rear garden, a single garage, and a second driveway for bikes or a small car. Past the lawn with a central tree and mature planting, steps lead down to the front door, alongside a pretty yellow flowering climber.


Coming into the house, the hall has three bedrooms and the bathroom to one side of the accommodation, and the living areas to the other. There are two storage cupboards, one with a handy radiator to dry clothes, and the other housing the boiler, plus a hatch to the boarded loft with eaves storage. The Hive heating control is in the hall too, so you can warm the house from your phone before you get home.
The kitchen is in a galley layout with cupboards and drawers to both sides.

There’s a ceramic sink and drainer, an integrated Bosch five-ring gas hob with extractor, and a high-level Bosch oven with grill, along with further space for appliances such as a fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The breakfast room is a lovely little area, where you can sit by the windows with a cup of tea while watching for wildlife, or entertain a couple of guests/children while cooking.


The lounge towards the back of the accommodation is a large room with ample capacity to incorporate a dining space for multi-use. The conservatory right at the back is a great addition. The surrounding windows afford outlooks of the garden and views to the countryside beyond, as well as drawing in natural light. Both the breakfast area and the conservatory have doors onto the garden.
The bedrooms are a good size all round, with the master and second bedroom having fitted wardrobes. The third bedroom has been used as an office and dressing room, but would fit a double bed. The three-piece bathroom serves all three bedrooms.


Of course the garden is a real advantage to the home. South-facing, a lengthy size, and with different zones for a variety of uses and a choice of where to place your outdoor seating. There’s the paved driveway that doubles up as a courtyard, and a pathway meanders down through lawns, past a small pond, and to the allotment at the end for the sustainably minded and green-fingered to grow fruit, veg and herbs. There’s space for a greenhouse, summerhouse and shed.

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