SPACIOUS TOWNHOUSE | BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN | MASTER BEDROOM WITH DRESSING ROOM AND EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM | ENCLOSED GARDEN | GARAGE WITH ELECTRIC ROLLER DOOR |
Situated on this lovely modern development is this Bloor built home. The front door opens into the entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor. The living room has a window to the front aspect and a useful under stair storage cupboard. The kitchen dining room has a lovely range of units to base and eye level and work surfaces. One and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer taps. A built in dishwasher, fridge freezer and a built in oven hob with a hood above. A tiled floor and doors opening to the rear patio. The utility room has plumbing for a washing machine and leads to the cloakroom with a w.c. and wash hand basin.
On the first floor is a large landing with doors to two excellent double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a w.c wash hand basin and a panelled bath with a shower attachment. Part tiled walls and a heated towel rail. On the second floor is a spacious master bedroom with loft access, two double wardrobes and an en suite shower room with w.c wash hand basin and tiled shower cubicle and heated towel rail. Outside; Steps lead to the front door, there is a driveway providing off road parking leading to a garage with an electric roller door, power and light and a pedestrian door to the rear garden. The rear garden is enclosed by fencing and a brick wall to the rear, there is a patio and a further lawn.
Winslow provides schooling, quaint shops, restaurants, pubs and day to day amenities while Milton Keynes provides extensive shopping, leisure and educational facilities. Home to Sir Thomas Fremantle School moved to its new premises in 2017 and provides great secondary education right through to sixth form. The area is well served with other primary and secondary schools along with the Royal Latin Grammar school and many independent schools. Winslow is also soon to have a new railway station, part of the East –West rail link that will eventually see Oxford connected to Cambridge.