Our Old House
This web page was created in 2005 to help sell our old house in Newport
Pagnell. We've left it on our current website because it's nice to look
2007 addition to this page - 3D models of the
house in Google Earth and Google Sketchup 6 (.zip file - 316k)
up to this view from your bedroom window
Photograph of Bury Field Common taken
from 1st floor at rear of house (6.45am).
2 double bedrooms, lounge, dining
area, kitchen and bathroom, 100 ft rear garden, gas central heating, double
glazing, off-road parking. Freehold.
house from rear_______________ Centre:
house from front_______________
Right: aerial view of house location
The 2 front doors reflect the dual benefits of this small but spacious
two bed terraced house. It is situated conveniently at the centre of the
historic town of Newport Pagnell. Also with extensive views over the Ouse
Valley countryside. Within walking distance of amenities i.e. schools,
churches, doctors surgery, shops, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants, take-aways,
blockbuster video etc. plus direct access to Bury field common. A
perfect synergy of town and country life. It would be difficult
to find a more desirable location. The local schools are amongst the best
in the Milton Keynes area, junction 14 of the M1 motorway is only 2 miles
distant and the local council extol the virtues of a 4.5 mile circular
walk through the fields and farms of the Ouse Valley that begins right
outside the garden gate (Milton Keynes Borough Council countryside walks
part glazed door to:
13’ 7 x 6’ 4 including area taken up by base of stairs. Built-in
under-stair cupboard with light. 2 radiators including a stylish modern vertical
17’ 0 x 11’ 3 including bay. Bespoke glass-fronted open fireplace,
radiator, extensive fitted book shelves, decorative picture rail, sealed unit
double glazed window to front and french doors to garden.
11’ 2 x 8’ 1. Plus alcove for floor mounted gas central heating
boiler. Kitchen has sufficient room for full-size appliances - dishwasher, washer
/ dryer, cooker and fridge. Fitted units to base, sealed unit double glazed
window to rear, door to pantry cupboard and door to garden.
First floor Sealed
unit double glazed window on landing over looking field to rear of house.
14’ 11 x 11’ 3. Sealed unit double glazed windows to 2 aspects -
front and rear. Considerable storage space consisting of fitted wardrobes to
two walls plus built in cupboard with shelving, radiator.
10’ 2 x10’ 0. Sealed unit double glazed window to front, shelved
built in storage cupboard and airing cupboard, radiator.
Panelled bath with electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c.,
tiling to splash areas, radiator and sealed unit double glazed window to rear.
Outside Rear Rear
garden length is exactly 100 feet. The garden is divided into two distinct areas
by a beech hedge. Adjacent to the house is an area for relaxing, including a
paved patio, pergola, lawn and summer house (fitted with toughened glass and
mains electricity). Beyond the beech hedge is an area suitable for growing fruit
and vegetables and includes a couple of recently planted trees (Bramley apple
and Morello cherry). This area also includes a generously proportioned shed
with mains electricity.
Outside Front Off road parking, remainder laid to lawn, path
to entrance.Gas fired central heating and 1 open fireplace. The house
is double glazed throughout with the exception of 2 small windows and
the front doors.
Bedrooms 1 and 2 - Queensize double beds shown in each room
Bathroom and Dining area
Ground floor plan (front of house at bottom)
First floor plan - note that neither the fitted wardrobes nor the fitted
bookshelves are shown in these plans.
100 ft Rear Garden
Rear of house - taken from approximately half way up the garden. The wisteria
in bloom (6/6/05)
Off road parking sufficient for 2 large cars
Newport Pagnell boasts the oldest iron bridge in the world that is still used
by motor vehicles
Build a model of the house! - Click on the picture below,
then right click on the model that appears and choose "save image
as" or "save picture as" to save the model to your computer.
Print the model on 160gsm card, then cut it out and glue it together.
Happy model building! Note model is not 100% to scale but does represent
all the main features of the house.
Click on the link below to open the Ouse Valley circular walk.
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