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Fri 05 Apr 2019

Feature Friday - Coneygate, Meppershall

This remarkably spacious detached house dates from 2004 and provides truly outstanding family accommodation extending over three floors.


On the ground floor, the two reception rooms are generously proportioned, especially the sitting room, and the principal accommodation is completed by a large kitchen/breakfast room. There are five genuinely double bedrooms, three of which have en suite shower rooms.


The house stands in a plot measuring approximately 94' by 55' (28.75m x 16.87m) overall. The open-plan front garden is laid to slate chippings with inset stepping stones and ornamental shrubs. The tarmac driveway provides off-street parking and leads to the detached double-length garage. A side gate opens to the well fenced rear garden, which is some 53' (16.25m) in depth and laid to lawn with paved patio, herbaceous beds and ornamental shrubs, yuccas and trees. The garden backs on to a pleasant wooded area with open countryside beyond.


The house is pleasantly located on the eastern side of the High Street of the pleasant Bedfordshire village of Meppershall, close to the border with Hertfordshire. The village is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and the parish church dates back to that era. Set in the attractive countryside, the village is also served by a village store/post office, pub and primary school, all of which are within easy walking distance.

We look forward to hearing from you soon,

The Charter Whyman Team