- 4 Bedrooms
Property SummaryDaintry is a very desirable and character filled four bedroom Grade II listed period home sitting on approximately a 1/4 of an acre with views across adjoining paddocks.
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Reception Rooms
- 2 Attic Rooms
- Gas Radiator Heating
- Period Features Throughout
- 0.27 Acres With Rural Views
- Ample Off Road Parking
- Brick Built Outbuildings
- Sought After Village Location
The nicely proportioned accommodation includes a spacious dining room, a separate sitting room with open fire, a cosy snug with a feature oak beamed inglenook, a useful cellar, a fitted country style kitchen with integrated appliances, a utility area and a ground floor shower room/wc. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom from the main landing and two further double bedrooms via a secondary staircase from the snug. There are also a further two large attic rooms/potential bedrooms on the top floor.
Externally there is an attractive walled and well stocked front garden and vehicular access to the rear leading to the large adjoining outbuilding and off road parking for 3-4 cars. A wide gated access opens up to the splendid 163 ft x68 ft rear garden which is superbly maintained with abundantly planted flower beds, a vegetable garden and a well tended lawn.
Ideally located in the centre of the village close to the local store and bus stop and convenient for the local church, village hall, sports field, primary school and village pub/restaurant.
A truly lovely character home of approximately 2223 sq ft believed to originally date from circa1750 with many period features throughout, viewing is highly recommended.
Council Tax Band: G
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Map & Nearby
Location SummaryRiseley is a large village 9 miles to the north of Bedford, with a population of over 1,000 and is situated within lovely countryside perfect for local walks. A ‘brook’ travels through the village, a tributary from the Great River Ouse. There is a rich history with it becoming known for brickworks, due to the rich clay soil and lace making in the 19th century.
A thriving community, with active social groups that range from WI, Amateur Dramatics, Wine Club and Bowls with a primary school, church, local shop, pub (Fox & Hounds) and large playing fields.
To the north of Riseley sits Melchbourne & Yelden (also know as Yieldon) with a combined population of around 400. The Church of St Mary Magdalene sits in Melchbourne, alongside a pre-school nursery and pub, the St John’s Arms.
Dean and Shelton parishes at the northernmost of the county border Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire with a combined population of under 500. Alongside two churches there is a pub and cricket fields.`
Embodying the traditional English village, a country show has been held in Dean and Shelton since 1885, with produce show, classic cars, children craft classes and dog show.
To the south east of Dean and Shelton sits Swineshead (population around 120 in the last census) with a number of old houses within the historic parish. The Church of St Nicholas was built during the 14th century and within the village there is a farm shop, small Sainsbury’s, village store and the Ivy Farm café and restaurant.
Swineshead Wood has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its biological diversity, a wet woodland known for its Oak and Ash trees and Bluebells with lovely walks through its 21 hectares.