Sherwood Close, Wootton, MK43

£325,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 29cb96a1-0dcb-4376-b2ab-50bba790ccae
  • Type: Terraced House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Modern end-terrace home, built 12 years ago
  • Ideal for families, first-time buyers or downsizers
  • Spacious lounge, open kitchen/dining, conservatory
  • Three bedrooms, en suite shower, bathroom, cloakroom
  • Car port, parking space, easy maintenance garden
  • Walk to schools and amenities, short drive to town and stations

Property Summary

For a family, first-time buyer or downsizer searching for their new home, this property is ideal, with bright, fresh accommodation, an easily maintained garden, plus parking and a car port.

Full Details

For a family, first-time buyer or downsizer searching for their new home, this property is ideal, with bright, fresh accommodation, an easily maintained garden, plus parking and a car port.

At 12 years old, there’s everything you’d expect at a newer build, and the current owners have added to what was already a wonderful home. The interiors present a muted palette and trendy touches, and the space works well for modern family life. The current owners chose this house as it was the perfect place to start their family, offering more square footage and a better layout than others they’d seen.

Stepping inside, the hallway has room to hang coats after school, door matting for muddy feet and paws, and a cloakroom to one side for convenience. Coming through into the lounge, there’s plenty of space for chilling on comfy sofas, playing with toys spread out on the floor, even working at a desk. A window to the front brings natural light, and there’s a door between the lounge and the kitchen/dining, making the rooms connected to yet distinct from one another.

The kitchen is fitted in a range of white gloss units, with dark worktops and tiled splashbacks. There’s capacity for all a cook needs, from storage to surfaces, as well as a sink and drainer, an integrated oven and hob, and gaps for appliances such as a fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The dining area fits a table for daily meals and dinner parties alike, and an understairs cupboard is handy for hiding the hoover. The owners have a tumble dryer in here too.

An opening from the kitchen leads into the conservatory, added in 2020. This has wood-effect vinyl flooring continuing from the kitchen, and underfloor heating makes this cosy and warm in winter. For summertime, alongside surrounding windows, there are French doors onto the garden for that indoor-outdoor feel. As it faces north, it’s not too hot, and can be used all year round. This room is currently used as a playroom, which has made such a difference to the owners, keeping clutter and crafting separate from the main spaces, but there’s flexibility for other uses as their girls are older. 

Upstairs is equally fitting for a family, with three bedrooms, an en suite and a bathroom. Bedroom one is a generous double, with a built-in overstairs cupboard, plus ample space for wardrobes. The en suite shower room, replaced only months ago, provides privacy for parents. With marble-style and patterned tiling, there’s a wc, a sink with a waterfall tap, and a double shower with a rainhead.

Bedroom two is another generous double, while bedroom three would work as a nursery or an office. These two bedrooms share the bathroom, which has a three-piece white suite, with beige tiling to the floors and walls to protect from splashes. The aesthetic is neutral and calming, suiting both a long soak with a glass of wine, or a quick bubble bath for little ones before bed.

Heading outside, the garden is easy to look after, with a lawn that won’t take ages to mow, and a corner patio for sitting outside in the sunshine. Enclosed by fencing, children and furry friends are secure, and there’s a gate to the side for access between front and back. The parking is to the front, opposite the house, consisting of a car port and an adjacent parking space. The owners use the car port for storage, and there’s a loft in the house that could be boarded for more.

The property is positioned at the end of a cul de sac, within very close walking distance of schools, local shops and services, the library and the community centre, and a little further for popular pubs and more amenities. There are plenty of parks and playgrounds on the doorstep, and countryside is all around, particularly at The Forest Centre in neighbouring Marston Moretaine. A direct commute into London is closest from either Flitwick or Bedford station, and road networks give access to Bedford centre in 15 minutes, and Milton Keynes in 25.

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