- • Rarely available two bedroom semi detached bungalow occupying an edge of village position
- • Stunning unrivalled views across open fields to the front
- • Attractive 14'9 x 10'9 living room
- • Two good sized bedrooms serviced by a bathroom
- • Ample driveway & single garage
- • Attractive, generous rear garden with well stocked borders
- • No chain
A rarely available two-bedroom semi-detached bungalow set on the fringe of the picturesque village of Barton-le-Clay and enjoying superb unrivalled, expansive views across open fields to the front. Approach to the home is onto a hard standing driveway which provides parking for several vehicles. An immaculately tended frontage has been laid to lawn with several attractive borders housing an assortment of established bushes. To the far end of the driveway is a single garage accessed via an up and over door. Once inside the bungalow itself you're immediately greeted by the entrance hall which has a useful storage cupboard directly ahead. To the right-hand side is the kitchen which has been fitted with a comprehensive range of dark wood floor and wall mounted units with lighter work surfaces over. Space has been created for a free-standing cooker and washing machine whilst an integrated fridge/freezer has been added. The floor and splashback areas have been tiled and ample space afforded for a circular table and chairs. Across the opposite side of the hallway is the principal reception room, the living room, which is a nice size and has an attractive gas fire with raised hearth and marble backing. Given the dimensions furniture placement is particularly flexible and a large window to the front takes advantage of the field views beyond. The master bedroom occupies part of the rear of the property and has a range of built in shelved and railed wardrobes, whilst a second bedroom is equally generous with twin windows to the rear and side, in addition to an obscure glazed door leading into the rear garden. Both are serviced by a bathroom which has been fitted with a three-piece suite comprising of a panelled bath, low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin. The look is finished with fully tiled walls. Externally the rear garden is generous and has been superbly designed with ample lawn interspersed with curved, well stocked borders. Several mature shrubs and bushes dot the plot, whilst a relaxing paved patio area nestles against the back of the home. A combination of timber fencing and mature hedging enclose the boundary. The village of Barton-Le-Clay is a civil parish in the central Bedfordshire district bordering Hertfordshire, situated on the A6 corridor between the major towns of Luton and Bedford, sitting at the foot of The Chiltern hills, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village offers a variety of commercial facilities to include a local shop, bakers, a number of public houses, restaurants and a Co-Op store. The area operates on a three-tier academic system to include Ramsay Lower, Arnold Middle and Harlington Upper and Sixth Form College. There is also a local pick-up point for the Bedford Harpur Trust schools. Leisure facilities include Barton playing fields, Barton Rovers FC and immediate access on to the Chilterns with a number of designated hiking routes. Mainline services for the commuter depart from the Harlington or Flitwick platforms, with a direct route into London St Pancras taking approximately 35 and 40 minutes respectively. The M1 motorway J12 is approximately a 20-minute drive from the village, whereas Luton Airport operates both domestic and international flights and is around a 25-minute drive.
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