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Westbrook End, Newton Longville, Milton Keynes, MK17


At a glance

› Generous Plot
› Wonderful Character Features Throughout
› Four Bedrooms
› Feature Inglenook Fireplace
› Modern Kitchen/Breakfast Room
› Parking for Several Cars
› Large Workshop/Garage
› Detached Cottage
A BEAUTIFULLY presented detached grade two listed thatched cottage with THREE RECEPTION ROOMS, TWO BATHROOMS, AMPLE GATED PARKING, stunning surroundings & TWO FEATURE FIREPLACES...

Offered for sale is this wonderful detached cottage which is well presented throughout and sits upon a generous plot with excellent outdoor space and parking for several cars. Briefly comprising of entrance porch leading to dining room, with feature inglenook fireplace, modern kitchen/breakfast room, lounge with fireplace & recessed storage area, study, refitted shower room & a good sized bedroom complete the ground floor. Upstairs are three further double bedrooms, master with plenty of storage and a modern bathroom. Outside is a gated entrance which leads to a parking area with a large garage/workshop & fully enclosed garden.

This stunning home must be viewed to fully appreciate its wealth of original features, benefits & its homely character.

Newton Longville is an ancient village which was listed in the Dooms Day book and is located around two miles to the south-west of Bletchley, Milton Keynes. The area has many amenities including two churches, a primary school, a public house, a restaurant, a sub-post office and a number of other local stores/services. It also has a village hall and a community hall (Longueville Hall) with a recreational area called Hammond Park.
The centre of the village is situated around the church, on the crossroads of Whaddon Road, Bletchley Road, Drayton Road and Stoke Road. This was the site of the old village green, originally called Stock Green, because of the old village stocks.

As follows:

Entrance door to Entrance porch

ENTRANCE PORCH (1.60m X 1.30m)
The Entrance porch comprises of a feature stained glass window, vaulted wood panelled ceiling, a staircase leading to a landing with access to bedrooms two and three, a doorway to the dining room and a doorway to the lounge.

DINING ROOM (4.70m X 3.71m)
This dining room comprises of two windows overlooking the garden, A quarry tiled floor and a feature radiator. It has a wealth of exposed wall and ceiling beams with one wall wood panelled. There is a feature inglenook fireplace with wood beams, a quarry tiled hearth and a recess seat.

LOUNGE (4.67m X 3.48m)
The Lounge comprises of two stained glass windows and twin glazed casement doors opening onto gardens, Two arched stained glass windows to the rear, a feature exposed brick fireplace with brick hearth and a wood display mantlle, A wealth of exposed wall and ceiling beams, a feature radiator and a recessed storage area with quarry tiled floor and wood panelling.

INNER HALLWAY (4.11m X 2.18m)
The Inner hallway comprises of a staircase with bannisters and a hand rail leading to the first landing and access to bedroom one and the bathroom and a feature radiator.

CLOAK/SHOWER ROOM (2.18m X 1.22m)
The Cloakroom has a double glazed window, extractor fan and a chrome towel radiator. It is fitted with a white suite comprising low level WC, a wall mounted hand wash basin, a double shower cubicle with a sliding screen door and a wall mounted shower mixer.

The downstairs bedroom has two double glazed windows to the front, a double glazed window to the side and and two feature radiators.

STUDY (3.81m X 1.65m)
The study has a window to the rear, a feature radiator and recess ceiling lights.

There are two windows to the side and a stable door opening onto gardens. It is fitted with a comprehensive range of wall, base and drawer units, with solid wood work tops. There is plumbing for the washing machine, a white butler sink with mixer tap over, Amtico flooring and a vaulted ceiling with recess ceiling lights, Also a Gas hob and hotpoint electric cooker, integral fridge freezer, integral dishwasher and a radiator in cover.


LANDING TWO (4.85m X 2.18m)
Landing two comprises of a wealth of exposed beams and roof trusses, recess ceiling lights, wall light points and access under/over wooden beam to landing one

BEDROOM ONE (4.80m X 4.17m)
This is a double aspect room with one window to the side and the other to the rear. There is a wealth of exposed wall and ceiling beams, a single radiator and a range of fitted wardrobe cupboards with hanging rails and shelving.

BEDROOM FOUR (3.43m x 3.18m)
This bedroom comprises of a double glazed window to the garden, a single radiator and exposed wall and ceiling beams.

In the study area there is a window to the rear, a feature radiator, bannisters and a hand rail.

BATHROOM (2.26m X 2.31m)
Fitted with a white heritage suite comprising low level WC, hand wash basin with storage cupboards below, a wood panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, mosaic ceramic tiling and a feature towel radiator with amtico flooring.

BEDROOM TWO (3.96m X 3.94m)
This bedroom comprises of a window to the side, a feature radiator and wood laminate flooring

Outside this property there is double five bar gated access to the driveway to the rear of the property leading to the parking area which is big enough for numerous vehicles. There is a detached garage/workshop, a mature hedge to the front boundary, hand gated access to the pathway to entrance door, gardens enclosed by fencing laid mainly to lawn with comprehensively stocked flowers, shrub beds and borders and a paved terrace area to the rear of the property.

Motor inspection pit

There are double gates to the rear of the property opening onto rear access from the lower end and a potential building plot subject to permissions/consents.

The owners of this property have lived here for a significant amount of time and have taken great pride in adding to the cottage but keeping all of the original features the same. Grade II Listed, this cottage was built in circa 1640 and all beams of the property came from ships. The garage/workshop was previously used for motor cars and has the added benefit of an inspection pit.


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If you are interested in this property and want to find out more, please contact Alan Francis:

Tel: 01908 675 747

Alan Francis Estate Agents
Medina House, 304 Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes, MK9 2AE

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