The Property A fabulously unique coach house conversion with its own large natural pond standing in lovely gardens and grounds in excess of 3/4 of an acre. This is a superb plot which is situated off a private driveway and which adjoins open countryside. The peaceful location and far reaching views across open farm land are something to boast about, and whilst one enjoys a real sense of being in the countryside, the large market town of Leighton Buzzard is under 5 miles away, with a commute to London from Leighton Buzzard taking as little as 30 mins.
The property is located in the countryside just outside the popular Buckinghamshire village of Northall, set beneath the Chiltern Hills. Northall enjoys a public house, play area and village hall. Schooling is available in the neighbouring villages of Edlesborough and Eaton Bray.
Property Description The barn is accessed up a private driveway and has its own parking area for 2/3 cars. Two large areas on either side of the parking area are also included with the property and could be used for additional parking or other purposes.
Ground Floor: You enter the barn into the kitchen which has solid wood worktops, with plenty of wall and base units, butler style sink, built in dishwasher/washing machine, fridge freezer and an electric oven and hob. The kitchen opens up to the dining area where there are double French-doors to the outside, downstairs shower room with wc. The dining area opens up to the living space, which has two lots of French-doors, with one set opening straight onto a large decking area directly overlooking the lovely grounds and pond.
First Floor: The first floor is accessed via a spiral stair case to a landing with conservation roof window. The landing then opens onto two double bedrooms and a family bathroom consisting of a free-standing bath, wc and vanity sink unit.
Outside: The house sits on beautiful grounds in excess of 3/4 of an acre, mainly laid to lawn with lots of mature trees, wildlife and a large pond. The grounds are enclosed by brick walling to the rear garden courtyard with the remainder being ranch style fencing adjoining open countryside and fields. There is potential for barns/garaging subject to planning permission.
Wildlife: The pond and garden are a haven for wildlife. Throughout the year the garden and pond change with the seasons and attract a variety of wildlife. For most of the year ducks and moorhens live on the pond which contains a small island with duck house. In early spring and summer, the garden blooms magnificently and there will be ducklings and moorhen chicks on the pond and in and around the garden. Amongst other visitors you may see are Canadian geese, the occasional heron looking for fish and very occasionally the iridescent flash of a kingfisher. If you want a quieter life and the chance to get closer to nature, this property is an absolute delight.
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