4 Bedroom Detached House (Now Let)

Furzton Lake, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK4 1JL

Letting Information
Letting Type
Short term
Key Features
  • In an excellent location
  • Within easy reach of the city centre
  • Conservatory
  • By Furzton Lake parkland
  • Three reception rooms
  • Secluded garden
Full Description

A well maintained, furnished, four bedroom detached house, close by Furzton Lake and its surrounding parkland. This home is in an excellent location within easy reach of Central Milton Keynes, the main line train station and the M1. Also close to local shops and schools.

Good quality fittings and furnishings, nicely presented, a welcoming and well organised ready made home.

Only available from late March until early October 2014. Please enquire by email.

Summary of accommodation

Hall, living room, conservatory, dining room, kitchen, utility room, study, cloakroom, landing, master double bedroom with en-suite shower room and walk through wardrobe, two further double bedrooms, single bedroom, bathroom, detached garage, front and rear gardens.

With solid oak and ceramic flooring to the ground floor and carpeting to the first floor.

Council tax band E. Gas fired central heating. Double glazing.

Location

This area has been designed and built to keep a rural feel, with low density housing and all properties close to open parkland. The house is in an ideal location for keeping fit, with attractive paths around the lake and beyond. Although there is local shopping down the road, the city centre is five minutes drive or fifteen minutes cycle away, and the main line train station just under two miles away. With the Grand Union Canal, the river Ouzel and the river Ouse all running through the city the planners incorporated a huge number of carefully landscaped parks and lakes into the town layout.

Accommodation Details

Room measurements are shown on the floor plan.

Hall:

Oak flooring, cloaks cupboard.

Living Room:

Window to the front and patio door to the conservatory. Fireplace. Oak flooring.

Conservatory:

A cheerful sunny room with a tiled floor and doors to the garden.

Dining Room:

Window overlooking the garden, oak flooring.

Cloakroom

Kitchen:

A very nicely appointed room with ample storage and built in fridge/freezer, dishwasher and double oven. Family dining table. Door to garden and to utility room.

Utility Room:

With washing machine and dryer. Storage and work surfaces.

Landing:

A galleried landing with a window to the front.

Bedroom One:

Window facing the garden. Fitted double wardrobe plus a walk in wardrobe behind mirrored doors.

En-suite: Equipped to a high standard. With a double width shower cubicle.

Bedroom Two:

With a window facing the front. With ample fitted wardrobes. Currently furnished as a single bedroom.

Bedroom Three:

With two double wardrobes.

Bedroom Four:

A double room with a window to the rear.

Bathroom:

A well equipped room. With a white suite of a bath with a shower, and a fitted basin and toilet plus storage. Ceramic flooring.

Front garden:

Driveway parking for two vehicles.

Double width garage.

Rear garden:

With a patio, lawn and raised beds. There is also a side garden with a timber shed and a play house.

Schooling:

The house is within reach of a good choice of primary schools nearby and in catchment of Shenley Brook End School and Lord Grey upper school in Bletchley. Some Milton Keynes children also attend grammar schools in Aylesbury and Buckingham. The property is also within easy reach of several independent schools (Bury Lawn, MK Prep, The Grove, Swanbourne House School, Akeley Wood and Fernwood School) and there are school coaches to the Bedford Trust Public schools.

Local amenities:

Central Milton Keynes has one of the largest undercover shopping centres in the UK and there are also extensive entertainment facilities including nightclubs, bars, restaurants and a Theatre.

A thriving town with great sporting facilities including: a comprehensive range of fitness/health clubs, indoor and outdoor sports centres, golf courses, a real snow ski slope plus two dedicated water sports lake, and equestrian facilities, all within easy access.

Carefully planned, the city has been laid out to allow fast road travel along its grid roads and slow driving in the residential areas. Also with totally separate off road travel along a comprehensive, signposted “Redway” network of 320 kilometres of footpaths and bridleways. These are used by foot commuters, families, cyclists and horse riders. This successful separation of fast cars from pedestrians has given the city a unique appeal.

Transport: Milton Keynes station is on the fast west coast main line, with London Euston and Birmingham both just 40 minutes away. The M1 runs alongside the city, and provides a 30-40 minute link to Luton airport.