The Bedford Street property was built in circa 1725 and is a classically symmetrical, well proportioned, mainly brick double pile house on five levels with a pitched slate and tiled roof.
The ground floor has the two principal reception rooms, the kitchen and an adjoining second kitchen with a breakfast area. There is a TV room on the lower ground floor as well as a boot room and a boiler room which has access to the wine cellar.
The main reception rooms radiate off the hallway and a wooden staircase with a polished handrail proceeds to the first-floor galleried landing.
The house has five bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a sitting room. The six bedrooms are on the first and second floors and all have built-in storage.
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Living room: retained period features include moulded coving and a dado rail, and an open fireplace with a fluted pilaster painted wood mantel, with alcoves either side fitted with bowed bookshelves.
The house has beautiful views of Woburn's historic church.
The kitchen has been lovingly restored with timeless bespoke classically designed fitted cabinetry with attention to detail.There are Oak ceiling beams, and Oak flooring continues through an opening into the second kitchen.
The second kitchen area has a wall mounted plate rack with glass fronted cabinets either side. The floor units have white Silestone marble worktops which incorporate a double sized Belfast sink.
The dining room has two matching windows to the front with original shutters. There is a brick fireplace with a mahogany surround and mantel, a marble hearth, and mahogany shelving and cupboards in the alcoves on either side.
The master bedroom has double wardrobes either side of the bed, original coving, and a Regency full height bow window overlooking the rear garden
Bedroom two has a pine floor, two double wardrobes and moulded coving.
Bedroom three is currently used as a TV/sitting room and has fitted panelling, cupboards and shelving, a stone fireplace with a wood burning stove on a stone hearth, pine flooring and wall lights.
Thevaulted wine cellar.
The garden: an upper paved patio, accessed from the sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room, has steps leading down to the main patio area which has space for outside dining and entertaining. Beyond is a semi-walled garden with lawns, flowers, shrubs and majestic mature trees.
Live in the heart ofthe historic market town of Woburn.