- Character Features Inc Open Fire
- Period Terraced Home
- Two Reception Rooms
- Downstairs Bathroom
- Oil Fired Heating
- Two/Three Bedrooms
- Large Front Garden & Patio Area
- Tenure Freehold EPC Rating E Council Tax Band C
This well presented & charming period cottage is set in the conservation area of Tringrith village. Unusually spacious for a property of this age and size with so much character there’s only one way to truly appreciate this home and that’s by arranging a viewing. The communal courtyard to the rear leads to outside storage including an open wood shed and further brick built store ideal for housing gardening equipment.
Located between High Street & Church Road with the other original cottages, former village hall and the Church of St Nicholas which dates back to the 15th Century, this hamlet village has less than 60 homes, so properties don’t come up very often. With beautiful countryside around you there’s plenty to do from rambling, cycling, dog walking, fishing, horse riding there should be an outdoor pursuit for everyone surely?
The semi-rural position is still ideal for commuters with a choice of stations in under 4 miles, with the motorway only a few minutes’ drive. You are within 10 miles of Luton airport and Milton Keynes is just under 14 miles so it’s a great location to be in.
The accommodation boasts a great size sitting room with exposed beams and an open fire perfect for those winter evenings, leading to the separate dining room, fitted kitchen, lobby area with storage for coats and shoes, downstairs family bathroom. Upstairs there’s two well-proportioned double bedrooms, with a further room (used as a further bedroom) which could very easily be a dressing room or study. Outside the front garden is over 50ft mainly laid to lawn and is used as a rear garden along with a private front courtyard patio perfect for a barbecue and alfresco dining.