- • Superb extended internal accommodation
- • 19ft kitchen/breakfast room
- • Living room & separate sitting room
- • 19ft dining/family room
- • Ground floor bedroom or further reception room
- • Master bedroom with en-suite
- • Three/four additional bedrooms & bathroom
- • Ample parking to the front
- • Generous rear garden overlooking open field beyond
A quite superb, rarely available four/five bedroom semi-detached home which has been thoughtfully extended to offer sleek, interchangeable accommodation finished to a particularly high standard and occupying a delightful position towards the fringes of the village. Approach to the home is via a block paved driveway allowing parking for three vehicles. A well-tended mature hedge sits to one side and a good quality composite door open into the hallway and beyond here the entrance hall. A staircase directly ahead runs to the first-floor accommodation and has wooden flooring laid. To the left-hand side is the living room which has been immaculately decorated. Bespoke carpentry has been utilised to create useful storage, whilst a contemporary electric fire has been recessed into the chimney breast. A bay window overlooks the front elevation and double doors lead into the dining/family room through to the sitting area. This has impressive dimensions, over 22ft by 19ft and with its open plan feel creates a real sociable/family vibe. Wide board flooring has been laid and a Velux window in the sitting room floods the area with an abundance of natural daylight. The space has been contemporised further by runs of recessed ceiling spotlights. Parallel to here is the kitchen/breakfast room which, again, has seriously impressive dimensions, this time over 19ft in width. It has been fitted with a comprehensive range of two-tone floor and wall mounted units with a combination of marble and quartz work surfaces over. Several integrated appliances have been cleverly woven into the design including a smart induction hob, double oven, extractor unit as well as a dishwasher, whilst a recess has been created for a fridge/freezer. Space has been afforded for a useful breakfast bar and recessed lighting has been added. A window and French doors look out across the beautiful garden. A separate utility room has wall and base units with complementary work surfaces over and offers space for additional free-standing appliances such as a washing machine and tumble dryer. The downstairs cloakroom comprises of a low level wc and a wash hand basin set within a vanity unit. Back at the front of the home is a ground floor bedroom which has been fitted with a range of mirror fronted shelved and railed wardrobes. It measures more than 14ft by 12ft making for flexible furniture placement. It also has the advantage of its own en-suite which has been fitted with a three piece suite comprising of a walk in double shower enclosure, low level wc and wash hand basin set into a vanity unit. Modern white tiling with ornate stripe adorns the walls, while a heated towel rail and recessed lighting have also been installed. Moving upstairs the first-floor landing provides access to all accommodation, the master of which sits to the front aspect and has over bed wardrobe space, matching bedside tables and dressing table. Additionally, it has an en-suite which comprises of a generous walk-in shower enclosure, low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin. The walls have half height panelling, and an obscure window lets through an abundance of daylight. Of the remaining three bedrooms two occupy the front elevation and one nestles to the rear. They make up two doubles and one single and are all serviced by way of a family bathroom which has a panelled bath, low level wc and wash hand basin. Externally the rear garden has been well designed to take full advantage of the beautiful orientation with a raised decking area offering a superb seating area, ideal for relaxing or entertaining. From here steps lead down to a generous lawn area which has some mature hedging as well as other attractive seating areas. The boundary is enclosed by timber fencing. Toddington is a beautiful village designed and built around a large central green which provides a delightful focal point for the almost 5,000 residents that call it home. It is positioned five miles north-north-west of Luton, four miles north of Dunstable and six miles southwest of Woburn and offers superb commuter access to the M1 as well as the nearby mainline railway stations in Harlington and Flitwick. Dating back to the thirteenth century the village now offers a vibrant, bustling feel, combined with an authentic sense of community, and has a wide range of shops including hairdressers, beauty salon, opticians, and traditional bakers. It is also well served by three public houses, The Oddfellows, The Bell and The Griffin, in addition to Red Chilli offering high quality Indian cuisine. Schooling within the village operates on a three-tier system with St George’s Lower positioned on Manor Road, Parkfields Middle nestled in Park Road itself before moving onto Harlington Upper School located less than three and half miles, or 8 minutes, away, with all having a particularly good reputation.
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