Five amazing large homes for sale in Milton Keynes

Monday, 17th December 2018, 4:18 pm
Updated Monday, 17th December 2018, 4:31 pm

Right now, there are plenty of exciting options for those looking to buy a large family home in Milton Keynes. Here are five very different properties currently on the market, courtesy of local estate agents Jackson-Stops.

The original Georgian farmhouse has been sympathetically extended

Mill Lane, Hulcote, Milton Kenyes

The sale of Aspley Hall Farm presents a rare opportunity to acquire a small stud in the heart of the country with excellent links to the national motorway network. The current owner has invested significantly in the farm over the last 10 years.

The original Georgian farmhouse has been sympathetically extended and has been fully renovated to create a very comfortable modern home suited to 21st century needs. In addition, the original farmyard has been demolished and replaced with purpose built stud buildings of the highest quality and designed for ease and management of mares and foals.

The farm is being offered for sale due to the expansion of the breeding business. A viewing will be essential to fully appreciate the quality and setting of the farm and the opportunities it provides.

Jackson-Stops, 01672 521 155 £1,450,000View the full listing here

For sale is a modern detached house

Sandy Court, Woburn Sands, Milton Keynes

A modern detached house conveniently located in a small gated development close the Woburn Sands High Street and wide range of local amenities.

The front garden is open plan and planted with dwarf hedging, and there is parking space for two cars in front of the garage. A gate provides access to the rear garden. There is a garage block which has an entrance hall leading to a shower room and a staircase rising to a cinema/games room which is over the garage and has three Velux windows.

It was originally a double width garage but now comprises a store and a ‘L’ shaped garage/gym area. There is potential for this area to become an annexe, subject to the appropriate planning permission.

The rear garden measures approximately 53’ deep by 37’ wide and is fully enclosed with fencing. There is an area of decking immediately off the kitchen/dining family room, and steps lead down to an area of artificial lawn. The garden is stocked with a number of mature pine tree and there is a covered dining area making this a superb garden for entertaining.

Jackson-Stops, 01672 521 155 £1,200,000View the full listing here

A stunning property with plenty of natural light

Lower Way, Great Brickhill, Milton Keynes

A detached bungalow set in delightful gardens of about 0.42 of an acre with planning permission to be demolished and replaced with a two-storey residence of approximately 4,460 square feet.

The property is entered under a covered porch to the entrance hall with a cloakroom off although not currently used. A door leads to an impressive, spacious and well-proportioned sitting/dining room which is L shaped. It is glazed to one side with magnificent panoramic views over Aylesbury Vale.

Jackson-Stops, 01672 521 155 £800,000View the full listing here

This home is presented to a high standard throughout

Green End, Great Brickhill, Milton Kenyes

This established detached property comes on the market for the first time in 42 years. It has been subject to numerous improvements and extensions during this period.

It is presented to a high standard throughout both internally and externally and it enjoys lovely views to the rear.

The rear garden is very impressive. It mainly lawned and it is extremely private, being well protected by a number of mature trees.

It has been superbly maintained, being planted with a wide variety of shrubs and trees. There is an electric awning and a heated swimming pool.

Jackson-Stops, 01672 521 155 £730,000View the full listing here

Here is quirky and interesting historical cottage for sale

Rotten Row, Great Brickhill, Milton Kenyes

The Old Bakehouse dates back to 1620 and was a working bakery until the 1970s.

This quirky and interesting historical cottage retains many of its original features throughout the property, including the original bread oven, exposed timbers and brickwork, wooden doors and leaded windows.

It is believed the property was extended in the Victorian era and, being centrally located, it is conveniently within walking distance to all amenities that this popular village has to offer.

The cottage offers versatile living and enjoys plentiful charm and character throughout.

Jackson-Stops, 01672 521 155 £615,000View the full listing here