Main Road, Drayton Parslow, Milton Keynes, MK17 0JS
The Lower Farm is a highly desirable country house
full of charm and original features such as open fireplaces, beams and wooden floors and yet combines luxurious modernity having been subject to extensive refurbishment. In particular the bathroom fittings are high quality and of period style with heavy roll top baths and character sanitaryware.
Perfect for the horse owner as well the property has land of 3 acres with paddocks, stables and a floodlit menage. There are extensive south facing mature gardens around the house mainly laid to lawn with flower borders.
A wooden gate opens onto a pathway across the front garden to the main entrance door.
This leads onto a hallway where there is a square shaped snug with a wood burning stove perfect for a cosy winter evening drink. This room has the staircase to the first floor.
At the other end there is a door leading to
This is a long room with windows on both sides overlooking the front and back gardens allowing in plenty of light. At one end , there is a dining area with a large table and chairs next to the wood burner.
In the middle there is a generous seating area which overlooks the kitchen. This has a central large island with bar stools to one side and a butchers block unit for food preparation
The units are a shaker style with inbuilt appliances
and there are deep granite and wood worktops with ample storage of multiple drawers and larder units. There is a back door from this area leading to the patio outside.
At the other end of the kitchen there is a door leading to
This is a large square room with wood beamed ceilings, a log burner in an inglenook and windows overlooking the garden
Family/ tv room
This is situated off the inner hallway and provides an alternative den room for family use.
It has a door leading onto a utility room and storage cupboard.
Also, off the inner hallway there is a boot room with large storage cupboards and a downstairs cloakroom. from here, the back door opens onto the gravel area outside .
The wooden staircase leads to the first floor landing and the first doorway to the master bedroom. This has double aspect with tall sash windows and wooden floors. There is a walk in wardrobe to one side and on the other an ensuite
with a walk in shower, a cast iron roll top bath
and Edwardian style basin and Wc.
There are two further bedrooms on this floor and two generous bathrooms. A staircase leads to the second floor where the fourth double bedroom is situated.
To the rear there is a detached building which, at one end is a double garage. On the other side there are two more generous rooms which are currently used as a gym and workshop. This would be perfect to create an annexe or separate accommodation as power and plumbing is available.
There are two further store rooms in old outbuildings near the entrance to the property useful for storing garden equipment.
The overwhelming impression at the rear is of a spacious, private tranquil garden with rural views .beyond