THE MILL HOUSE, MILL ROAD,
HAVERSHAM, MILTON KEYNES, MK19 7DY
GUIDE PRICE £150,000 FREEHOLD
Offered for sale by informal tender any persons wishing to submit an offer subject to contract should do so by filling in the attached Informal Tender Form and returning it to Ian S. Lamb, Branch Manager by 5pm on Friday the 23rd January 1998.
THE MILL HOUSE, MILL ROAD, HAVERSHAM, MILTON KEYNES
A brief description
The property is situated in North Buckinghamshire overlooking adjoining river plain with large naturalised lakes formed from worked out gravel, colonised by many types of wildfowl and small birds. It is south facing on an eight foot bridle-way/gated road.
Ml access is approximately 4 miles (Junction 14), Central Milton Keynes within 5 miles, and the historic towns of Northampton, Bedford and Buckingham within easy reach. Mainline stations are at Wolverton, 2 miles, and Milton Keynes.
The area is approximately one/two acres with river frontage, riparian fishing rights, and the millstream forms an 'island'. The land is planted mainly to grass and mature trees, including Balsam Poplar, Oak and fruit; suitable for pony grazing.
The house itself is double fronted, constructed of limestone and brick, under a slate roof, with oil fired warm air central heating, with some double glazing (where specified), and comprises Entrance Porch, Entrance Hall, Kitchen, Conservatory, Dining Room, Lounge. Downstairs Toilet, Boiler Room, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom, Gardens and Larger than average Garage.
DIRECTIONS: From the Stony Stratford office turn right and proceed along the High Street. Turn left at the mini roundabout onto the Wolverton Road. Continue over the next roundabout and at the double roundabouts turn left onto the Old Wolverton Road. Turn left at the next roundabout onto the Haversham Road and follow this road through the village onto the High Street. Continue out of the village (approximately 1 1/2 miles) turn right just after the Farm on the right sign posted gated road, Paton, Hill Farm. Continue through two gates and the property is on the right, on the river.
The accommodation comprises more fully as follows:-
ENTRANCE PORCH: Entered via multi panelled glazed front door, wooden parquet flooring, glazed door to:-
ENTRANCE HALL: Parquet flooring, wall mounted thermostat for central heating control, telephone point, doors to all rooms, stairs rising to first floor.
KITCHEN: 14'1" x 8'9" (4.29m x 2.67m): Double drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, cupboards and drawers under, a range of units at both base and eye levels, built in electric oven and hob with extractor hood over, sash window to front elevation, door to:-
CONSERVATORY: 12'3" x 8'3" (3.73m x 2.51m): Of timber construction with quarry tiled flooring, power and light connected.
LOUNGE: 14' x 12'6" (4.27m x 3.81m): Open stone fireplace with marble effect hearth, useful chimney recess space, beamed ceiling, parquet flooring, sealed unit double glazed window to rear elevation, door to rear garden.
DINING ROOM: 13'4" x 13' (4.06m x 3.96m): Parquet flooring, sash windows to front and side elevations.
REAR LOBBY: With doors to:-
W.C.: Low flush w.c., wash hand basin with hot and cold taps over, window to side elevation.
BOILER ROOM: Window to side elevation, oil fired warm air boiler serving central heating, room shelved for dry store.
From Entrance Hall Stairs Rising to First Floor:-
LANDING: Access to loft, doors to all rooms.
BEDROOM ONE: 13'6" x 12'7" (4.11m x 3.84m): Sash windows to side and rear elevations, wash hand basin with hot and cold taps over, telephone point.
BEDROOM TWO: 16'4" max. x 12'8" (4.98m x 3.86m): Window to front elevation, window to side elevation.
BEDROOM THREE: 14'6" x 13'1" (4.42m x 3.99m): Useful chimney recess space, sash windows to front and side elevations, wall mounted wash hand basin with hot and cold taps over.
BATHROOM: White suite to comprise panelled bath, pedestal mounted wash hand basin, low flush w.c., bigger than average airing cupboard, window to side elevation.
OUTSIDE: FRONT: Small lawned area with gated access to:-
SIDE: Concrete courtyard providing parking, open to:-
REAR: Terraced garden areas split by mill stream being laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs, views over fields and nature reserve.
GARAGE: Wooden hinged doors, power, light and water tap, personal connecting door to Entrance Hall.
Sold in 1965 £1,000 - 1998 Sold over £200,00