3 Bed, Thatched Cottage SHORT TERM 2-3+ months Furnished
2 King size beds and 2 bathrooms upstairs
1 Single and Cloakroom downstairs large Kitchen Dining room and Sitting room
Full Credit Checks Required @ £30pp
Can be left with all kitchen items bedding ect
1 Minute from 2 shops and 2 restaurants
3 minutes from 2 takeaways or bus stop
10 mins walk to Bletchley railway station for London
10 mins walk from Bletchley Park Key features
3 BEDROOM GRADE II LISTED COTTAGE PARKING AND OPEN PLAN KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM CHARACTER FEATURES
PRIVATE AND ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN WALKING DISTANCE TO AMENITIES
Stepping into Morningside Cottage for the very first time, visitors rarely fail to comment on its generous space and high ceilings. For a property dating back in part at least as far as 1765, the charming Grade II Listed house is surprisingly bright and airy. Many of the rooms have high ceilings and because of the aspect of the house sun streams in from both the front and the back. "All the reception rooms on the ground floor have a double aspect, which makes them very light
The kitchen breakfast room has a farmhouse style, with wooden units. Most of the house has been decorated in cream shades to keep it feeling bright and airy, and to off-set the beams. The ground floor of Morningside Cottage is entered via a spacious reception hall, which leads to the ground floor bedroom and cloakroom. It also opens into the spacious kitchen breakfast room, which itself has access into the utility room. It is well laid-out and a great place to prepare food. It is also ideal for entertaining
Also on the ground floor are the large drawing and dining rooms, with their impressive brick and stone inglenook fireplaces. "The dining room is next to the kitchen, which works well for entertaining but we do have two seats in the kitchen where you can sit to eat if you wish.
Upstairs is very quirky with its pretty higgledy-piggledy roof,"
Other things to note
What Is Nearby
Bletchley is a small market town with an interesting history as Bletchley Park is where Winston Churchill's men of war broke the German code.
The house is about a five minute car ride from the town's centre and there are also two public houses nearby, The Three Trees and The Old Swan, both of which are known for their food.
Within Easy Reach
From the town, it is just 10 minutes to the centre of Milton Keynes, with its shopping centre and major facilities.
The mainline railway station is the same distance, connecting to both Birmingham and London, and it is easy to reach the M1, which means there are good road links.
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