A characterful conversion of this former mid-1800s Chapel with views over fields at the front. The contemporary styled interior boasts a stunning vaulted Kitchen and 2 double bedrooms (both ensuite). Bletchley rail station only 2.2 miles. NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Built in the mid-1800s, this former chapel is full of character and has lovely views over fields at the front. The current owner has carefully converted the property with a contemporary flair to create a stunning home with two double bedrooms and a study/third bedroom. The vaulted kitchen has been designed with the keen cook in mind. It has Shaker style units, oak worktops and integrated appliances. The large reception room has attractive parquet flooring. The staircase leads from the original pulpit down to the baptism pool converted into storage space and up to the first floor and the galleried bedroom/dressing room which could be used as an office. This opens onto the double bedrooms. They both have en suite facilities and the master has a Juliette balcony and an arched window, very much in keeping with the architectural style of the property. The property has a 10-year Build Zone warranty and is vacant with NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Newton Longville enjoys a range of local amenities including shops, hairdresser, post office, village hall, church, butchers and a public house/restaurant. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Bletchley (2.1 miles). Motorway connections are 11.1 miles and 16.4 distant to junction 14 and 11A respectively of the M1. Mainline stations at Bletchley (2.1 miles), Leighton Buzzard (7.9 miles) and Central Milton Keynes (5.9 miles) provide services to London Euston (33 minutes, fast train) and the north. Milton Keynes provides extensive shopping, including one of the largest undercover shopping centres in the UK, leisure facilities, renowned theatre, nightclubs, restaurants, bars, a cinema complex and bowling alley. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its state and private education. The Church of England Primary School is located in the village. Details from the local authority.
To the front of the property there is a small courtyard garden which is enclosed by wrought iron railings. This is a pretty spot in which to enjoy the lovely verdant views over open fields. There is also access to the side and rear of the property and a useful door to the utlity room; demonstrating attention to detail and the thought that went into the conversion.
Large Reception Room
Two Double Bedrooms with En Suite Shower/Bathroom
Third Bedroom/Dressing Room/Office