- A tastefully presented town cottage with accommodation set over three levels
- Listed GII with original period features throughout
- A hand-made bespoke kitchen with integrated appliances
- Separate dining room & formal living room measuring 21 ft with open fireplace
- Cloakroom & first floor bathroom
- Principal bedroom with re-fitted en-suite shower-room
- Further second bedroom & third bedroom occupying the upper level
- Enclosed, walled courtyard & seating area to the rear
'Hog Hill Cottage' is located on Brewery Lane in a conservation area, a 5-minute walk to the centre of Ampthill and to Ampthill Great Park. Ampthill is a popular market town with a range of excellent independent shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as a Waitrose supermarket. The cottage is Grade II listed with parts of the property dating back to the late 16th Century. The property benefits from a parking space for a small car in front, and Brewery Lane is part of the Park Hill resident’s permit scheme. ON ENTERING The front door enters directly into a welcoming kitchen. The downstairs flooring comprises of sealed brick throughout, including the courtyard to the rear. KITCHEN [10’10”] The kitchen includes a breakfast bar, and hand-made cabinetry to the wall and base levels which are covered over with a modern composite worktop. There is a free-standing range oven with grill, five ring gas hob and extractor hood, with modern mosaic tiling to the splash-back area. A door off the kitchen leads into the dining room. DINING ROOM [10’2” x 8’ 0”] This room includes a built-in elm storage bench and a bespoke elm staircase with balustrade which leads up to the first-floor landing. A door and window to the south looks out onto a small yard, and three steps lead down into the living room LIVING ROOM [21’1” x 9’7”] The living room measures over 21 ft in length and has a feature open fireplace which houses a double fronted multi-fuel cast iron burner. The room has built-in painted cupboards with an Iroko surface and towards the far end is a designated study area with an Iroko desk. At this end, a door leads into a downstairs cloakroom which has been fitted with modern, white sanitary ware and tiling. FIRST FLOOR The first-floor landing has solid elm flooring which compliments the staircase and is split level. Initially a door leads into the master bedroom with en suite. MASTER BEDROOM [10’1” x 9’4”] which has an original cast iron fireplace and built-in painted wardrobe and window to the front. A further door leads into an en suite shower-room. EN SUITE [8’2” x 7’5”] This area has recently been re-fitted with a modern suite to include a corner shower, low level w/c, a pedestal wash hand basin and pink metro-block tiling to the walls. The built-in combination boiler is three years old and has a Smart Thermostat. It is housed in a high-level cupboard and there is additional storage for an ironing board, airers and a ladder to access the loft hatch and storage area. To the lower landing level, a door leads into the family bathroom. FAMILY BATHROOM [21’1” x 9’7”] which has a bespoke fitted, solid elm vanity unit, elm floorboards, with countertop wash hand basin, a large oval bath with mosaic tiled surround and low-level w/c. This lovely, beamed bathroom is in the older part of the house. Also off the lower landing level is a second bedroom. BEDROOM 2/ DRESSING ROOM [12’1”] the walls are beamed, with elm floorboards. This room has a window facing toward the front aspect of the home and latched door on to a staircase rising to the second-floor bedroom/ study. BEDROOM 3/ STUDY [10’5” x 8’4”] This room forms part of a historical attic conversion and acts equally well as a third bedroom or quiet study, and has exposed brickwork and ceiling timbers. To the outside and rear of the property is a private, south-facing, enclosed walled yard with a bespoke fitted seating area. The yard stays frost-free all year round and is great for container gardening. The area is renowned for its schooling for all age groups, with 'Russell Lower' 'Alameda' and 'Redborne' just a short walk away. There is also a local pick-up point for the Bedford Harpur trust private schools for both boys and girls at the bottom of Brewery Lane. Rail links into London are from Flitwick with a frequent service into St Pancras which takes as little as 40 minutes, major road links are from J13, M1 which is less than 15 minutes from the property.
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