- 4 Bedrooms
Property SummaryAn equestrian opportunity set in a rural location and benefiting from grounds/paddocks in excess of two acres - The Malt House is a stunning home with rural views. There is no chain – so a quick completion is available.
The Malt House forms part of a conversion of nine properties from a complex of former farm buildings within the popular North Bedfordshire village of Bletsoe.
The property, which is not listed, boasts aplenty of character and charm with some wonderful features which include exposed brickwork and beams, vaulted ceilings and oak finishes.
The open plan living accommodation is positioned on the first floor and therefore benefits from lovely countryside views from a range of low level windows. On the ground floor, upon entering the hall, you are immediately greeted by the striking oak staircase which takes you upstairs and there is a galleried landing area forming part of the open plan living area. This area offers varying areas to sit, dine and entertain and includes a gas stove. The kitchen offers a considerable range of fitted units with appliances, an integrated range style cooker and granite worktops.
All four bedrooms are on the ground floor with the master having a dressing room and an en suite and there are two further shower rooms.
The property has gas fired central heating, double glazing and is on mains drainage.
To the exterior there are several areas of interest including a cart hovel within a courtyard setting which offers off road parking.
Directly in front of the property there is further parking available for two cars, adjacent to an open plan front garden which has a patio.
For the equestrian, directly opposite the barn there is a paddock enclosed by post and rail fencing which measures approximately 0.23 acres. There is then a further area measuring approximately 1.91 acres which consists of paddocks, a ménage and a block of three stables. A further two acres is available to rent subject to terms and conditions.
Bletsoe lies north of Bedford and is located close to the A6 for access to nearby Bedford and also for the A421 which offers easy access to the A1 & M1. The property is within easy reach of good state schools within the nearby villages. Bedford offers further schooling options from the state and private sector and also offers a wide range of leisure and shopping facilities.
There is a small service charge, typically in the region of £200 per year, for maintenance of the external common areas.
Council Tax Band G
Energy Efficiency Rating C