- A late 1970’s detached family home set within this established cul-de-sac next to ‘Flitwick Mount’
- Two formal reception rooms & a kitchen breakfast room
- Ground floor W/C & separate utility
- Four first floor bedrooms, en-suite & family bathroom
- Attractive Westerly facing tiered garden
- Driveway parking for two vehicles & a detached double garage
- Planning granted for both front & rear double storey extensions
- Central Bedfordshire Council planning application ref: CB/21/04806/NMA
Located in this desirable cul-de-sac of properties siding on to ‘Flitwick Mount’ is a traditional 1970’s detached family home with the advantage of planning permission in place for a sizeable two storey front/rear extension. The home sits towards the far end of the road on a slightly elevated situation and generous plot. Internally there is a versatile arrangement of rooms configured over two levels to include two formal reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room with adjoining utility, W/C facilities, four first floor bedrooms, an en-suite and family bathroom. Outside there is an enclosed Westerly facing garden, driveway parking and a detached pitched roof double garage. ‘Dew Pond Road’ is located on the peripheries of the Bedfordshire town of Flitwick, surrounding by agricultural land and close to the Parish Church. To the immediate front of the property is a lawned area to one side and shrubbery, with footpath leading up to the main entrance. There is a driveway to the left providing parking for two vehicles side-by-side and, access into the detached double garage via two conventional up and over doors. The main entrance comes by way of a modern composite door which leads into the entrance hallway which has a staircase rising to the first floor, a door leading into the W/C and door to the adjacent side into the living room. This area of the home is dual aspect with a box-bay window facing towards the front aspect, an engineered oak flooring, a contemporary feature gas fireplace, modern floor to ceiling radiators and French doors leading out to an external patio. Glazed multi-pane French doors from the hallway lead into the dining room which has an internal hatch into the kitchen and window which overlooks the rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room also sits off the entrance hall and has been fitted with a range of wall and base level cabinetry with solid worktop over which also incorporates a breakfast bar. A door off the kitchen leads through to the utility room where space and plumbing has been provided for a washing machine as well as additional white goods if required. A glazed UPVC door leads out to the side of the home. To the first floor and landing, there is window facing towards the front of the home and airing cupboard and loft hatch providing access in to the partly-boarded attic. There are two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes as well as a further two single bedrooms which house this level. The principal bedroom also has en-suite facilities attached to include a corner cubicle, low level w/c and a vanity unit with top mounted basin. Servicing the remaining rooms is the family bathroom which has a panelled bath with shower over, w/c, heated towel rail and pedestal wash hand basin. The garden to the rear of the home is tiered in two levels and has a Westerly facing orientation. There is a lower stone paved patio and seating area which runs the full width of the property with steps leading up to the main lawn, where there are stone built raised beds to the boundaries and a further designated covered seating and decked area to the corner. To the side is the double garage which is accessed via a personnel door. The garage internally has been converted to create a games room/home gym, there is both power and light supplied as well as eaves storage above accessed via a hatch. A footpath to the side of the home leads up to a secure gate and access back to the front of the home and driveway. Please note: full hard-copy/electronic planning details and drawings can be provided upon request. The town of Flitwick is a civil parish in the Mid-Bedfordshire region, with a population of approximately 14,000. The town offers convenient mainline services directly into London St Pancras, with fast trains taking around 40 minutes. Amenities include a Tesco superstore, various independent shops, a modern leisure centre facility, library, public houses and numerous coffee shops. The area works on a three-tier academic system with the choice of Flitwick, Templefield or Kingsmoor primary, Woodland Middle School, and falls into catchment for Redborne Upper, Ampthill.
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