- A bay-fronted Victorian semi-detached home dating back to the late 1800’s
- Traditional & extended ground floor accommodation
- Original period features throughout
- Formal reception rooms both with open fireplaces
- Impressive open-plan kitchen/dining/family room with bi-folds
- Cloakroom & first floor family bathroom
- Three first floor bedrooms & a further converted attic room/fourth bedroom
- Enclosed lawned garden extending to 75ft with south facing orientation
An extended bay fronted Victorian semi-detached home situated within one of the town’s more desirable locations, offering internal accommodation arranged over three levels to the extent of over 1550 sq ft. To include formal reception rooms with open fireplaces, an impressive open-plan kitchen/dining/family room, cloakroom three first floor bedrooms, a family bathroom and attic conversion acting as the fourth bedroom or, home office. Outside there is a well-proportioned lawned south facing garden and entertaining space. Located on Chandos Road, Ampthill, the home sits next to similar style properties and is a short distance from local parks and town amenities. The property also retains much of its original heritage and fabric dating back to the late 1800’s which include open fireplaces, sash windows, dado railing, ceiling cornice, and original stripped pine doors with brass fittings. To the front of the home a dwarf wall with mounted wrought iron railings encloses the front garden where there is a log store, raised beds and gated side access leading to the rear. The main entrance sits within a traditional storm porch and leads directly into the entrance hallway. Internally the home has a traditional layout with modern extension to the rear and original features throughout. The entrance hall has a staircase rising to the first floor landing a cloakroom fitted with white sanitary ware and attractive tiled flooring. A door to one side leads through to the living/dining room, which features as bay window with shutter blinds facing towards the front aspect of the home, a working and open fireplace to the living room and further fireplace to the dining area. This space could have several versatile uses and is currently being utilised as a sitting and reading room. The sizeable extended open-plan kitchen/dining/family room sits to the rear of the home and has a half vault ceiling with Velux windows and, bi-folding doors out onto the patio and garden. The kitchen area has been fitted with a range of cream-coloured units with granite worktops over, also featuring a Belfast sink. Space has been made available for a range cooker or similar, large American style fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Off the kitchen is a door leading into the utility area where there is a wall mounted boiler with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A door to the side provides further access to the outside. The first-floor landing is partly galleried and has a fitted storage cupboard with shelving. There are three bedrooms on this level including the well-proportioned master bedroom which features full width fitted wardrobes. There is also the family bathroom which is fitted with a white suite to include a pedestal wash hand basin, low level w/c, bath with shower over and two attachments and, heated towel rail. There is metro-block tiling to the walls and a window facing to the side aspect. A door off the landing leads onto a stairs and access in to the neatly converted attic space. There is a central balustrade and Velux window allowing a natural light flow. This room is currently being used as a home office but could easily be a fourth bedroom or, games-room. The low maintenance lawned garden to the rear of the home faces due south and extends to approximately 75ft in length. There is a block-paved patio and seating area, raised sleeper beds housing a range of different shrubs and a feature silver birch. To the far end is a further designated seating space and detached timber storage shed. A footpath to the side of the home leads up to a secure gate and convenient access back to the front of the property. Within immediate proximity is access to Ampthill town centre and its extensive amenities, Waitrose store, parks and high street shops. The area is renowned for its autonomous schooling for all age groups, with 'Russell Lower', ‘Firs 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. Links into London are from Flitwick station 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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