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'Harling Springs', Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire

Asking Price £1,250,000

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4 Bedroom House for sale in 'Harling Springs', Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire

Giblin Property are delighted to bring to market this characterful, detached residence on a private and secluded approx. 4-acre plot, nestled on the edge of the sought-after Bedfordshire village of Eaton Bray. The property boasts well-proportioned and flexible accommodation approaching 3000 sqft and enjoys superb panoramic views of the surrounding Chiltern Hills and countryside.


'Harling Springs' was built in the 1930's and was originally believed to be a smallholding.  A pillared driveway leads to a field gate which opens to a large, gravelled parking area, front garden, attractive turning circle, and garage. The house sits with a beautifully kept garden of approximately one acre and is open to the adjoining land of approximately 3 acres.  There are various large outbuildings and sheds as well as a timber summer house and there is also further gated access into the field from the road which is currently not in use by the owners.  The house enjoys typical features of its era including high ceilings, original fireplaces, beautiful bay windows with most of the rooms featuring dual aspects maximising the stunning 360’ views on offer.  There are three reception rooms, all featuring large bay windows that overlook the surrounding grounds, a fitted kitchen/breakfast room, separate utility room and cloakroom/WC.  The first floor offers four double bedrooms, all with dual aspects that enjoy far-reaching views, a family bathroom, and the master suite enjoying a dressing area and en-suite bathroom.  Externally, the garden, that measures approximately one acre, has been beautifully maintained by the owners and is a haven for various wildlife that visit.  There are various outbuildings including a 32ft garage that adjoins a 24ft barn, 32ft wood store, large shed and a timber summer house.  The gardens sit open to the undulating field that is surrounded by a secure fence and hedge borders and measures approximately three acres.  The views from here of the Whipsnade Lion and Ivinghoe Beacon are just superb and there is further gated access from the road that is currently not in use.


Eaton Bray is a Bedfordshire village, a semi-rural area which extends into the sister village of Edlesborough on the Buckinghamshire border. A thriving community with a village High Street offering a village store, hairdressers, and beauty room.  The village also boasts of a welcoming village public house, a Chinese takeaway/fish & chips and an award-winning Indian restaurant.  The local village school, Eaton Bray Academy, is thought very highly of and serves children from the ages of 4 to 11, with a pre-school facility on site.  The children are offered the opportunity to sit the 11+ grammar school exam with successful entrants often going on to grammar schools in the nearby town of Aylesbury, where buses pick them up from Edlesborough Green.  There are further excellent secondary schools in the neighbouring towns of Leighton Buzzard, Dunstable, Wing and Tring.  The village enjoys a recreation ground near the school where villagers can play tennis on the floodlit courts, play football, take the children to the fenced children’s’ playground, dare to ride the skate park or enjoy a leisurely stroll.  The famous Icknield Way trail is also very nearby, a multi-user route for walkers, horse riders and cyclists.  There are a variety of clubs and associations to join for all age groups, these include dance and keep fit classes held in the village hall, EB Lions football club, Eaton Bray Cricket Club, WI, book clubs, wine clubs, etc etc., an annual themed carnival and an annual beer festival (to name but a few).  For the commuter there is easy access to the A5 for the M1, A41 for the M25, London Luton International Airport is approximately 12 miles away (about a 30 min drive) and London Euston can be reached from nearby Leighton Buzzard or Tring railway stations (fast train a...

Key Features:

  • SOUGHT AFTER BEDFORDSHIRE VILLAGE
  • DOUBLE FRONTED 1930s DETACHED RESIDENCE
  • APPROXIMATELY FOUR ACRE GATED & FENCED PLOT
  • SUPERB PANORAMIC VIEWS OF THE SURROUNDING CHILTERN HILLS & COUNTRYSIDE
  • FOUR, DUAL ASPECT, DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
  • VARIOUS OUTBUILDINGS
  • TWO BATHROOMS (EN SUITE TO MASTER BEDROOM)
  • ACCOMODATION APPROACHING 3000 SQFT
  • FREEHOLD / EPC RATING: E / COUNCIL TAX BAND: G

Giblin Property are delighted to bring to market this characterful, detached residence on a private and secluded approx. 4-acre plot, nestled on the edge of the sought-after Bedfordshire village of Eaton Bray. The property boasts well-proportioned and flexible accommodation approaching 3000 sqft and enjoys superb panoramic views of the surrounding Chiltern Hills and countryside.




'Harling Springs' was built in the 1930's and was originally believed to be a smallholding.  A pillared driveway leads to a field gate which opens to a large, gravelled parking area, front garden, attractive turning circle, and garage. The house sits with a beautifully kept garden of approximately one acre and is open to the adjoining land of approximately 3 acres.  There are various large outbuildings and sheds as well as a timber summer house and there is also further gated access into the field from the road which is currently not in use by the owners.  The house enjoys typical features of its era including high ceilings, original fireplaces, beautiful bay windows with most of the rooms featuring dual aspects maximising the stunning 360’ views on offer.  There are three reception rooms, all featuring large bay windows that overlook the surrounding grounds, a fitted kitchen/breakfast room, separate utility room and cloakroom/WC.  The first floor offers four double bedrooms, all with dual aspects that enjoy far-reaching views, a family bathroom, and the master suite enjoying a dressing area and en-suite bathroom.  Externally, the garden, that measures approximately one acre, has been beautifully maintained by the owners and is a haven for various wildlife that visit.  There are various outbuildings including a 32ft garage that adjoins a 24ft barn, 32ft wood store, large shed and a timber summer house.  The gardens sit open to the undulating field that is surrounded by a secure fence and hedge borders and measures approximately three acres.  The views from here of the Whipsnade Lion and Ivinghoe Beacon are just superb and there is further gated access from the road that is currently not in use.






Eaton Bray is a Bedfordshire village, a semi-rural area which extends into the sister village of Edlesborough on the Buckinghamshire border. A thriving community with a village High Street offering a village store, hairdressers, and beauty room.  The village also boasts of a welcoming village public house, a Chinese takeaway/fish & chips and an award-winning Indian restaurant.  The local village school, Eaton Bray Academy, is thought very highly of and serves children from the ages of 4 to 11, with a pre-school facility on site.  The children are offered the opportunity to sit the 11+ grammar school exam with successful entrants often going on to grammar schools in the nearby town of Aylesbury, where buses pick them up from Edlesborough Green.  There are further excellent secondary schools in the neighbouring towns of Leighton Buzzard, Dunstable, Wing and Tring.  The village enjoys a recreation ground near the school where villagers can play tennis on the floodlit courts, play football, take the children to the fenced children’s’ playground, dare to ride the skate park or enjoy a leisurely stroll.  The famous Icknield Way trail is also very nearby, a multi-user route for walkers, horse riders and cyclists.  There are a variety of clubs and associations to join for all age groups, these include dance and keep fit classes held in the village hall, EB Lions football club, Eaton Bray Cricket Club, WI, book clubs, wine clubs, etc etc., an annual themed carnival and an annual beer festival (to name but a few).  For the commuter there is easy access to the A5 for the M1, A41 for the M25, London Luton International Airport is approximately 12 miles away (about a 30 min drive) and London Euston can be reached from nearby Leighton Buzzard or Tring railway stations (fast train approx. 29mins).  For the equestrian purchaser, there are many bridle paths that make for excellent hacking, several livery yards and approximately 4 miles away is Bury Farm Equestrian Village.  Nearby attractions to enjoy include Whipsnade Zoo, Dunstable Downs Visitor Centre, London Gliding Club and Tring Museum.








Giblin Property are delighted to bring to market this characterful, detached residence on a private and secluded approx. 4-acre plot, nestled on the edge of the sought-after Bedfordshire village of Eaton Bray. The property boasts well-proportioned and flexible accommodation approaching 3000 sqft and enjoys superb panoramic views of the surrounding Chiltern Hills and countryside.

 

 

 

Entrance Hall
20' 10'' x 6' 1'' (6.35m x 1.85m)
Entrance door with glazed panel, stairs rising to first floor, dado rail, picture rail, doors to all ground floor rooms.

Dining Room
12' 0'' x 12' 0'' (3.65m x 3.65m)
A dual aspect room with UPVC bay window to front, UPVC window to rear, central feature brick open fireplace with tiled hearth, radiator, TV point.

Sitting Room
12' 0'' x 12' 0'' (3.65m x 3.65m)
UPVC bay window to front, radiator, central feature fireplace with wood burning stove and tiled hearth, picture rail, TV point, open to living room.

Living Room
21' 0'' x 14' 8'' into bay (6.40m x 4.47m)
UPVC bay window to side, further UPVC window to side, UPVC French doors and windows to rear garden, picture rail, feature fireplace with gas fire and tiled hearth, two radiators.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room
12' 10'' x 11' 7'' (3.91m x 3.53m)
UPVC windows to rear and side aspects, fitted with a contemporary range of soft-close, floor and wall mounted units and drawers, including wine rack, with complementary earth stone worktops extending to splashback areas, inset ceramic one and a half sink unit with mixer tap, space for 'Rangemaster' cooker with overhead extractor, space for fridge/freezer, space for dining furniture, wood flooring, radiator.

Utility Room
6' 7'' x 5' 6'' (2.01m x 1.68m)
Fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units with complementary worktops over, floor standing LPG central heating boiler, spaces and plumbing for washing machine and drier, radiator, door to side, door to cloakroom/WC.

Cloakroom/WC

UPVC window to side, fitted with a low level WC and pedestal basin with a tiled splashback, radiator.

First Floor - Landing

UPVC window to front, picture rail, dado rail, radiator, access to insulated loft space.

Master Bedroom
12' 0'' x 11' 10'' (3.65m x 3.60m)
A dual aspect room with UPVC windows to front and side aspects, radiator, fireplace, picture rail, open to dressing area.

Dressing Area
9' 8'' x 5' 6'' (2.94m x 1.68m)
Radiator, door to en-suite.

En-Suite to Master
8' 6'' x 5' 5'' (2.59m x 1.65m)
UPVC window to side, fitted with a white suite comprising; Bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal basin, low level WC, coving to ceiling, radiator, fully tiled.

Bedroom Two
12' 0'' x 11' 9'' (3.65m x 3.58m)
A dual aspect with UPVC windows to rear and side aspects, radiator, picture rail, coving to ceiling.

Bedroom Three
11' 9'' x 12' 10'' max (3.58m x 3.91m)
A dual aspect room with UPVC windows to rear and side aspects, radiator, picture rail.

Bedroom Four
11' 9'' x 12' 0'' (3.58m x 3.65m)
A dual aspect room with UPVC windows to front and side aspects, radiator, radiator, picture rail.

Bathroom

Fitted with a classic white suite comprising; Bath with mixer tap and shower attachment with electric shower over, pedestal basin, low level WC, radiator, UPVC window to side, double door airing cupboard.

Outside - Rear & Side Gardens

The house is set in a garden plot of approximately one acre and enjoys a large patio area with flower and shrub borders, a well-kept lawn that extends to the rear and side of the property with various seating areas throughout and mature trees. A featured hedge has an arched opening through to the field and there are various outbuildings including;
An open wood store, timber shed, summer house with power and lighting and a large garage/barn.

Front Garden

The front garden is laid to lawn with a large shingled parking area and enclosed by mature hedging and mature trees.

Pillared & Gated Driveway

A pillared entrance leads to a timber field gate that opens to a gravelled parking area and pretty lawned turning circle with further gravelled driveway leading to the garage/barn. This area is open to the field with a further gated entrance (that is not currently in use).

Field

The rest of the grounds are given over to an undulating field that measures approximately three acres and is enclosed by mature hedging and fencing. Superb views of the surrounding Chiltern Hills, including the famous Whipsnade Lion and Ivinghoe Beacon, can be seen from here.



Local Authority: Central Bedfordshire District Council
Council Tax Band: G
EPC Rating: E

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