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49 High Street, Olney Offers in Excess of £995,000

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  • A substantial five, double bedroom, double fronted family home located on Olney High Street
  • Family home
  • Double fronted
  • Grade II listed
  • 5 double bedrooms
  • Sitting room, dining room and family room with double doors leading to rear garden
  • Master with en suite and dressing room
  • Four further double bedrooms, one with en suite
  • Original period features throughout; open fireplaces, exposed beams, exposed stonework
  • Rear garden and dedicated patio/entertaining area, rockery, mature shrubs and trees
  • Approx. 7 miles to Junction 14 of M1
  • Equidistant from Milton Keynes, Bedford and Northampton
  • Milton Keynes Central train station direct into London Euston (25 minutes) and Birmingham (50 minutes) g
  • Olney Infant school, Olney Middle school and Olney Ousedale Academy
  • Market day every Thursday in Market Place and Farmer's market on the first Sunday of each month
  • Assortment of independent shops, galleries, antique and boutiques
  • Restaurants, pubs, cafes and takeaways
  • Since 1445 the Olney pancake race has been run annually
  • Olney Rugby club, Olney FC, Olney cricket, tennis and bowls
  • Home to William Cowper (poet and hymn writer) and John Newton (slave trader turned abolitionist and writer of 'Amazing Grace')

THE RAREST OF OPPORTUNITIES. Situated in the heart of the Buckinghamshire market town of Olney, a substantial five, double bedroomed, double fronted family home located on Olney High Street.


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49 High Street
Olney MK46 4EB
County: Buckinghamshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: JW001345
Natalie Pewsey
Jackson Waite (Town & Country) Ltd
 
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