3 Bedroom Apartment for Sale, Wavendon House, Wavendon

£375,000
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Property Features

  • Ensuite Bathroom
  • Garage
  • Parking
  • Full of Character
  • Must be Viewed
  • Close to Local Amenities
  • Listed Property

Property Summary

Ash Percy & Jackson request the pleasure of your company for viewings at the Grade II listed Wavendon House.

We are offering a lavishly appointed three bedroom apartment in this breathtaking 17th century country house set within it’s own beautiful park landscape, laid out in 1768-1772 by Richard Woods (a contemporary of Capability Brown).


Your arrival is enabled by a long driveway passing one of two lakes crossing a bridge over the canal between them, here you will delight in the impressive first sight of Wavendon House glimpsed through the trees as you approach the main gravel driveway to the front of this historic property.

Now pause (if you can) and turn to the stunning view that it overlooks. A sweeping lush lawn travels you to the second lake stocked with inquisitive carp that rise to the surface in a bubbling murmur, surrounded by trees that are filled with summer birdsong you can now appreciate the grandeur of Wavendon House. And be forgiven if your mind’s eye sees Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet arriving by carriage to attend a ball arranged by the Bingleys.

Now the full impact of its impressive facade greets the eye, a Greek Doric porch with four plain columns frame the main doorway contained by twelve bay sash windows with moulded architraves set off by painted brick and stucco countered with a hipped slate roof.

Garden
Contained within the well kept grounds are secluded secrets and discrete pathways embraced by trimmed hedgerows and trees. Further on and you’ll discover the immense walled garden, currently under strict graded refurbishment it will offer yet another quiet aspect to be enjoyed by current and future residents. And for those of you with green fingers there is another area set aside for personal horticulture.

Step inside the impressive main reception and walk across original flagstones framed by deep polished wood skirtings and bright cream wall decor and into the panelled corridor to the carpeted staircase ascending to the upper apartments.

Hall
Here you will meet our offer, contemporary white decor illuminates each room contrasted by highly polished original and classic laminate wood flooring.

Bathroom
Turn clockwise from the main door and the end of the ‘L’ shaped corridor shows the main bathroom, outfitted with modern walk-in shower, hand basin, WC and is white wall tiled.

Master Bedroom
Following the same direction and the master bedroom may be viewed, accepting a floor-to-ceiling fully fitted wardrobe and well positioned to overlook the rear grounds from a large sash window.

Bathroom 2
Served by an en suite bathroom, with a free standing claw foot bath, WC and hand basin.

Bedroom 2
The following bedroom is also generous with two large sash windows and built in storage along one side.

Bedroom 3
The third bedroom has modest appeal and though currently utilised as an office it would comfortably allow a double bed and fixtures.

Lounge
Return to the linking corridor, turn left once more and arrive in the generous lounge and dining room. Broad and restful yet with agreeable brightness via two large sash windows, this would accept either classic or contemporary furnishing with ease.

Kitchen
The kitchen has a soft buttermilk decor with plentiful warmer hued cupboards and drawers set off by wall tiles of complimentary tones and wood surfaced counter tops.

The apartment has LPG gas central heating, internet connection and ample power sockets. Assigned resident and visitor parking along with a single in-block garage. Future residents should be aware there is a monthly maintenance and service charge of approximately £313.42 which includes water, sewerage, ground maintenance etc. Plus a £313.53 per annum buildings insurance and a yearly payment of £50 ground rent. The lease is currently in the process of being extended and the vendor is happy to offer further details when available.

It’s location is ideal, placing you in close proximity to nurseries, schools and healthcare options along with doorstep countryside to explore. If you seek more, Central Milton Keynes is close by offering cinema, theatre, restaurants, clubs and bars and an extensive shopping experience. Rail connections and the M1 motorway is within easy reach as are many other towns and smaller villages for you to find.

This outstanding property has had a long voyage through time. It stands confident for the future, if you would like to join its journey and make part of history into your home. Continue reading