11 CORONATION COTTAGES, AYLESBURY VALE MK18 5HN, UK
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Last Sold: MAR 2016
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Alexander & Co Agent Valuation of this property is £325,000
A large two bedroom semi-detached home with fabulous gardens to both the front and rear and situated in a sought after village location.
The front garden is as big as most rear gardens and is mainly laid to lawn. A summerhouse with electric makes an ideal place from which to work from home. There is side access through the side gardens to the rear garden,
The entrance hall has stairs rising to the first floor and leads to the modern kitchen breakfast room. The kitchen features a range of eye and base level units and a central island incorporating a breakfast bar. There is a built in dishwasher, oven and hob and space for a fridge freezer. A door leads to the utility room and double doors lead through to the open plan lounge and dining room. This main reception room overlooks the rear garden. The utility / boot room is a good size (formerly a dining room) and has plumbing for white goods and a door leading to the outside.
To the first floor the accommodation offers two double bedrooms, the main bedroom with dual aspect windows to the side and rear over the garden and fields. The family bathroom has a three piece suite with shower over a bath with glass screen, built in vanity unit to the sink and a wc.
Outside the property has several seating areas to catch the sun, one at the side with ample room for furniture, there is also a summer house, ideal for an office or studio. The paved area also reaches across the rear of the property offering more space for entertaining. There are steps down to a lawned area along with a green house, storage shed, seed beds and another paved area.
The Village of Akeley is approximately three miles north of Buckingham. The village has a primary school and a public house. At one time, in the early 1800s, Akeley had a flourishing brickyard and pottery. Akeley was also noted for its Lace industry and had a large school where children were taught pillow lace making. The nearby Town of Buckingham provides shopping, leisure and schooling facilities while Milton Keynes provides extensive shopping, leisure and educational facilities. The area is well served with primary and secondary schools along with the Royal Latin Grammar school and many independent schools.