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Unique Character Property.
Built around 1710, this is one of the oldest properties in Newport Pagnell. Boasting the widest residential door, this property has, in its time, had a number of uses including overflow accommodation for the inn next door, a photographers studio and shop and a house. It was also the home of one of the detectives who investigated the Great Train Robbery. It has character features dating from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian periods.
It is a warm friendly home which comfortably houses 4 adults and 2 dogs with a safe enclosed back garden.
As a Grade II listed building there are some limitations on what can be done to it.
As should be expected from a period property, it doesn't conform to current building regulations; the back wall is single skin brickwork, some of the floors and walls are uneven, some of the doors are low and some of the door frames are not straight.
The property includes a brick barn which, with imagination and correct planning permission could be transformed into a garage/man cave/games room or self contained annex.
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