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    Mawley is an attractive stone built former farmhouse with extensive accommodation in a rural location, surrounded by countryside & farmland, sitting in around 3 acres with gardens, a yard, paddocks and separate barn - ideal for those looking for a manageable equestrian property.The house, formally two properties converted into one large home, has been extensively yet sympathetically modernised in recent times but still offers scope for further improvements to the rear wing and potential for a combination of conversions and extension to both the house and barn - see our later note. Mawley has well presented accommodation, abundant with character features to include fireplaces exposed beams, stone & brickwork and slate floors. It comprises four reception rooms, two kitchens, six bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms. Plans have been drawn to transform the rear wing, converting the attached barn and adding a heavily glazed extension along with conversion of the separate barn in to an annexe. The property occupies a plot of around 3 acres to include paddocks of around 2.5 acres with its rural setting and adjacent network of bridleways, paths and narrow lanes makes for a prefect home for those wishing to keep horses at home. This is a fabulous property in a stunning setting which must be seen to be appreciated.Ground Floor - A hardwood front door opens to an entrance hall with a door to the dining room and open to the family room. Some exposed brickwork.The family room has a stone fireplace incorporating a solid fuel burner, slate floor which runs through much of the ground floor, exposed ceiling timbers, a modern oak staircase to the first floor and full-length window and door overlooking the yard to the rear. Storage cupboard with stripped pine doors.The dining room has an open fireplace with slate hearth, slate floor, exposed ceiling timbers and windows to front and rear. Exposed stonework to one wall and a built-in cupboard.The sitting room is a dual aspect room with windows to both front and rear. It has exposed stonework and brickwork to three walls and a fireplace incorporating a wood burning stove. Cupboards built into the chimney breast recess, and exposed rafter.The study has windows to the front and side, exposed stonework to one wall with a feature fireplace, exposed ceiling timbers and a slate floor.The rear hallway has exposed ceiling timbers, a slate floor and inglenook style fireplace. Doors lead to the downstairs bathroom, kitchen & utility room.The bathroom has a replacement suite comprising a WC with high-level cistern, wash-basin and a freestanding slipper bath with a ball and claw feet and a mixer tap with shower. Exposed ceiling timbers and some wall panelling. Slate floor.The farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room has floor standing units with granite worktops and an under mounted circular sink. Oil fired Aga. Exposed ceiling timbers, windows to the side and a ceramic tiled floor. A doorway opens to utility room/second kitchen in need of refurbishment with windows to the rear and a door to a rear porch. Return door to the rear hall.First Floor - The main staircase from the sitting room rises to a long landing which has a window to the rear with window seat and panelled doors to most rooms.Master bedroom (front right) is a dual aspect room with windows to both front and rear with window seats and a cast iron fireplace. Bedroom 2 (front left) is a double bedroom with window and window seat to the front aspect. It has an en-suite shower room comprising WC, wash basin and shower cubicle. Exposed stonework to one wall.Bedroom 3 (front middle) is a double bedroom with a window to the front and window seat.Bedroom 4 (rear off the main landing) is a double bedroom with a window overlooking the rear yard, cupboard housing the oil central heating boiler and a built-in storage cupboard. It has a door to the rear landing with stairs returning to the rear hall and doors to 2 further bedrooms.The large family bathroom has a four piece suite comprising WC, wash basin, freestanding roll-top bath with ball and claw feet and a double sized shower cubicle. Window to the front with window seat.Bedroom 5 and 6 are both double bedrooms to the rear with a windows overlooking the rear yard. Accessed from the rear staircase.Additional Information - Bedrooms four and five have new radiators, windows and electric sockets but are in need of some refurbishment.Bedroom six requires a full refurbishment.Outside - The property is located approximately a quarter of a mile down a private stone and gravel track giving access to Mawley House and a handful of similar size properties.It sits in grounds of around 3 acres comprising gardens, a small orchard and vegetable garden, yard & paddocks.The front garden is bordered by a post and rail fence and comprises lawns with established flower and shrub beds and mature trees. These gardens extend to the side of the property where the old tank is located. The rear garden is laid with lawn and leads to the vegetable patch and an orchard planted with fruit trees. The five bar gate leads to the paddocks.The yard, accessed by a gate, is located to the rear and is laid with concrete. It provides parking for many vehicles/trailers.Paddocks & Riding Out - The paddocks have direct gated access from the yard. The paddocks are around 2.5 acres and comprise flat grassland bordered by post and wire fencing. Currently divided in to two paddocks, one with a small field shelter. The property is surrounded by farmland and countryside with lovely views all round. There is an extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and narrow country lanes leading immediately from the property - prefect for hacking with the ability to avoid roads.Outbuildings - There is a single-storey stone built barn under a slate roof situated across the yard. This currently comprises of four separate rooms, two large, two small, each accessed via doors from the yard. The barn offers scope for many uses including the potential to convert into an annex, subject to any necessary consent that may be required.There is a store and an adjoining two storey barn attached to the rear wing of the house, currently used for storage but offering the scope to convert and add further accommodation to the house. Subject to any necessary consent required.Potential To Convert/ Extend. - The current owners have extensively and sympathetically modernised the majority of the property. The rear wing offers potential for improvements and the owners have had plans drawn up to;Convert the attached barn to the rear into further accommodation and carry out a side extension featuring extensive glazing adding a large open plan kitchen/family/dining area along with a snug. On the first floor it will add a large master suite comprising a master bedroom, his and hers dressing rooms and an additional bathroom. Relocation of the driveway and adding a double car port, and the conversion of the separate barn into a one bedroom annexe.The addition of a tack-room and four stables.A planning application is due to be submitted to Milton Keynes Council shortly for approval. If approved these works will add a modern and contemporary feel to the rear section of the house sitting in juxtaposition with the period charm of the front section.THE PROPERTY IS NOT A LISTED BUILDINGHeating - Oil fired to radiator central heating.Location - Hanslope - Hanslope is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Milton Keynes and ceremonial county of Buckinghamshire. The village is about 4 miles (6.4 km) west northwest of Newport Pagnell, about 4 miles (6.4 km) north of Stony Stratford and 8 miles (13 km) north of Central Milton Keynes all of which offer extensive shopping and leisure facilities. The village boasts a primary school, shops, pubs and doctors surgery. Wolverton and Central Milton Keynes mainline railway stations are a short distance from the village.Disclaimer - Whilst we endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you please contact the office and we will be pleased to verify the information for you. Do so, particularly if contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. The mention of any appliance and/or services to this property does not imply that they are in full and efficient working order, and their condition is unknown to us. Unless fixtures and fittings are specifically mentioned in these details, they are not included in the asking price. Some items may be available subject to negotiation with the Vendor....Read full description

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