Baccara Grove, Bletchley, Milton Keynes
- EXTENDED FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED
- GARAGE WITH DRIVEWAY
- DOUBLE GLAZING THROUGHOUT
- GAS TO RADIATOR CENTRAL HEATING
- 26'4 ft LOUNGE/DINER - READING/STUDY AREA
- MODERN KITCHEN WITH APPLIANCES
- MODERN BATHROOM
- CLOSE TO BLETCHLEY TRAIN STATION & TOWN CENTRE
- NO DSS, NO PETS, NO SMOKERS
- AVAILABLE 3RD JANUARY 2017
A very well maintained extended four bedroom detached property on the popular Roses development of Bletchely. The accommodation in brief comprises entrance porch, 26'4 ft lounge/diner, study/reading area, kitchen/diner, first floor landing, four bedrooms and family bathroom. The benefits include garage with driveway, gas to radiator heating throughout, UPVC windows throughout, front garden and enclosed rear garden. This property offers fantastic living space with the lounge diner being extended and kitchen diner, offering great extended space and it has been maintained to a high standard. The local train station and town centre are in close proximity and also offers good bus routes. (NO DSS/NO SMOKERS/NO PETS).
Bletchley is a family favourite and is handily located close to local amenities. Within a short distance to Bletchley mainline train station and Town centre. Bletchley train station offers services into London Euston whilst the area also has major road links both to the M1 and the A5. Bletchley offers a choice of independent retailers along with Asda, Tesco and Ikea superstores. The new MK1 centre is only a 5 minute drive away and there you will find a choice of High street stores, a restaurant zone and Odeon cinemas new flagship multi-plex cinema along side Stadium MK home of the MK Dons football team. The Centre MK is approximately 5 miles away and is one of Europe's premier shopping destinations where you will also find the Xscape building home to the ski-dome with its night life and cinema complex as well as Milton Keynes Theatre and the Theatre district with an array of bars and restaurants. Historically Bletchley had a major role during World War Two with Bletchley Park which rejoices in the fact that, until fairly recently, it was probably Britain's best kept secret. This is because the secrecy surrounding all the activities carried on here during World War Two was of vital importance to our national security and ultimate victory.