Crawley Park Farm
Crawley Park, Husborne Crawley, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK43 0UU
- 17th Century detached farmhouse
- Four double bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Four reception rooms
- Double garage
- Rural position
A 17th Century Grade II listed four bedroom detached farmhouse in a village location
A 17th century thatched farmhouse dating back to 1650 on a private driveway in a semi-rural setting but 2 minutes drive from Junction 13 of the M1 and 10 minutes drive from the main line station at Flitwick (London St. Pancras 41 minutes). The accommodation includes four reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, a studio with a sitting room with French doors and a kitchen area fitted with a range of pine fronted wall and base units, display shelving and cabinets, worktops and a stainless steel sink.
The sitting room and dining room both have inglenook fireplaces, there is a family room and a study. A farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of wall and base units, an AGA and a walk in pantry. Steps down lead to the utility room and the self-contained studio. The house has many original beams, floors and features commensurate with its age and size.
There are four double bedrooms on the first floor -the master has an en suite shower room and fitted wardrobes - and the family bathroom.
To the rear of the house is a mature garden overlooking open fields with a paved patio area, raised beds and a variety of mature trees and shrubs. There is a four car garage which can be accessed from the house and parking numerous vehicles.
Husborne Crawley is a small village and civil parish in Bedfordshire, England, located close to Junction 13 of the M1 motorway. The village touches the borders of the Woburn Abbey estate on one side, and the village of Aspley Guise on the other. The meaning of the Husborne element of the towns name is "warrior stream" and the Crawley element means "crow clearing".