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Church Street, Ampthill


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Overview

7 Bedroom House for sale in Church Street, Ampthill


The grade II listed 'Brandreth House' is an iconic and historical town property dating back to the 18th century and Georgian reign, the overall appearance is both elegant and formal in style with accommodation set over four impressive levels which exceeds 3700 sq ft. The property retains much of its original characteristics and charm which include sash windows with pairing wooden shutters, exposed flooring, quarry tiles and open fireplaces. The regal frontage of the home has a traditional red brick which sits under a slate hipped roof. Steps lead up to a pillared surround with main entrance via a panelled door. Both the parking and detached double garage are accessed via 'St Andrews Close'. There is parking for numerous vehicles whereas the garage offers additional parking spaces and is supplied with both power and light with useful eaves storage above.

Further internal features include picture/dado rails, original panelled doors with brass fittings, stripped floor-boards, ceiling coving and cornice, cast iron radiators and 1 1/2 ceilings. The entrance hall has an impressive two tone marble flooring, there is access in to a cloakroom and steps down to the basement level. Off the entrance hall is the bespoke hand crafted kitchen. There are a number of stylish fitted wall and base level units and marble worktops. There is a traditional butler sink, an open fireplace with exposed brick surround, the flooring is laid with a quarry tile and there is a central island unit with complimentary worktop and lower level units as well as a gas fired range oven. An internal door leads in to the breakfast room which has original crittal doors leading to the outside. There is a feature fireplace which houses an ornate cast iron stove and a door returning in to the entrance hall. There are two formal reception rooms also off the entrance hall, both have feature fireplaces and inter-link via an internal door.

The basement level has a study area but could be used in a number of different formats, there are french doors leading out to an external patio at the rear. An inner hallway leads through to a further cloakroom and laundry combined utility room. A full-turn staircase with iron staircase railings and oak balustrade leads up to the first floor landing and accommodation. A total of three double bedrooms house this level. There is a jack and Jill arrangement off the master bedroom shower-room. Both the master bedroom and bedroom two have feature fireplaces with working cast iron stoves. In addition there is a family bathroom on this level which incorporates a separate shower cubicle, a bath, wash hand basin and low level w/c.

A staircase off the landing rises up to the second floor accommodation. There are four further bedrooms on this level and a family bathroom which has a claw foot slipper bath, corner shower cubicle, a pedestal wash hand basin and low level w/c. The flooring has been stripped and treated and there is some eaves storage. The window faces the rear aspect of the home and has particularly attractive views to the east side of Ampthill and beyond. Two of the bedroom son this level have the convenience of full width fitted wardrobes.

The private and mature walled gardens to the rear are predominately laid to lawn and have an easterly facing orientation. The gardens in total extend to approximately 90 ft, the north facing wall is covered in an attractive wisteria, there are fruit tress to include both apple and pear as well as a number of planted shrubs and plants. There is a paved patio and seating area to both ends of the garden, full height secure wrought iron gates have steps down to the garage which can also be accessed via a personnel door.

Within walking distance are access to Ampthill's town centre and extensive amenities, Waitrose store, parks and high street shops. The area is renowned for its aut...


The grade II listed 'Brandreth House' is an iconic and historical town property dating back to the 18th century and Georgian reign, the overall appearance is both elegant and formal in style with accommodation set over four impressive levels which exceeds 3700 sq ft. The property retains much of its original characteristics and charm which include sash windows with pairing wooden shutters, exposed flooring, quarry tiles and open fireplaces. The regal frontage of the home has a traditional red brick which sits under a slate hipped roof. Steps lead up to a pillared surround with main entrance via a panelled door. Both the parking and detached double garage are accessed via 'St Andrew...

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Key Info

  • Listed Grade II Georgian town property
  • Accommodation arranged over four levels
  • Original period features throughout
  • Four formal reception rooms
  • Seven bedrooms
  • Two cloakrooms & three bathrooms
  • Private walled gardens extending to approximately 90 ft
  • Parking & detached double garage

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