Salisbury Street, Bedford£225,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - terracedThis well maintained and recently updated period home occupies a popular position within the heart of the 'Prime Minister's' area of the town. The house retains the separate sitting and dining rooms, there is a modern kitchen with appliances and a recently refurbished ground floor bathroom. The first floor partially extends over the side passageway offering extra width to the two main bedrooms. The rear, courtyard garden is walled and not overlooked from the rear. Conveniently located within a few minutes' walk of the town centre, the house lies close to Bedford Park, swimming pool and well equipped gym. For the commuter, the rail station is within 15 minutes' walk and provides a fast rail link into London's St Pancras. EER: D
The accommodation features gas radiator heating and replaced uPVC double glazing throughout. The sought after 'Prime Minister's' area of the town lies to the north of the town centre and offers one or two traditional pubs, convenience stores, a tea shop and takeaways. The town centre provides a selection of retail and leisure facilities including a number of riverside restaurants and a multiscreen cinema.
Garfield Street, Bedford£225,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - terracedThis period terraced home has been significantly extended in recent years and is located in the heart of the popular 'Prime Minister's' area of the town. The accommodation now features a 22' living room, an extended kitchen, utility room and ground floor bathroom. There are three bedrooms, all of the windows have been replaced with uPVC double glazed units and there is gas radiator heating. Conveniently located within a few minutes' walk of the town centre, the property lies close to Bedford Park and is approximately fifteen minutes walk from the rail station. The local neighbourhood provides a selection of pubs, a coffee shop, convenience store and fitness centre with a pool and well equipped gym.
The recent alterations have placed the emphasis on enlarging the living space which has resulted in the ground floor footprint occupying the whole plot. The property has been well maintained and is available with no upward chain. EER:D
The Grove, Bedford£230,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing2 bed house - mid terraceThis Grade II listed period cottage occupies one of the town's most popular central locations, close to an array of coffee shops, pubs and restaurants and within a short stroll of the picturesque Embankment. The accommodation features an open plan 20' living room, kitchen and ground floor bathroom. There are two double bedrooms on the first floor. Outside, the enclosed rear garden is approximately 40' deep and enjoys a sunny, predominantly west facing rear aspect. Conveniently located for the town's retail and leisure facilities, the property is available with no upward chain.
Located in a popular Conservation area, this period cottage features some recent improvements but represents an ideal opportunity on which the new owner can put their own stamp. The wiring has recently been upgraded and the windows to the rear elevation have been replaced with uPVC double glazed units. There is gas radiator heating. Situated within half a mile of Bedford's town centre, the cottage is conveniently placed for a range of amenities including the main line rail station. EER:D
Needwood Road, Bedford£235,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - semi-detachedWell presented and improved throughout by the present owner, this established semi detached home occupies a popular residential location, convenient for a wide range of amenities. The accommodation provides a spacious living room with French doors opening to the sunny rear garden, a modern kitchen (appliances available by separate negotiation) and three bedrooms. In addition, there is a first floor bathroom and a ground floor utility room/store, which could easily be converted to a ground floor WC or shower room (subject to the necessary consents). Heating is by gas to radiators from a combination boiler, all of the windows are uPVC double glazed and many of the walls and ceilings have been replastered. Outside, there is a front garden which could be adapted to provide off road parking and a well-kept sunny south facing rear garden which extends to around 60' in depth.
Goldington offers a good range of amenities and all are within easy reach - there is a parade of local shops nearby including a Aldi superstore, chemist and fish and chip shop. Another parade features a bakery and a butchers. Goldington Green is a short walk away and there is a bus stop close by offering regular trips to Bedford town centre. EER: D
Palmerston Street, Bedford£275,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing2 bed house - terracedMuch improved by the present owners, this unusually spacious period terraced home lies within the popular 'Prime Minister's' area, within walking distance of the town and rail station. The property features two generous double bedrooms, a recently installed period style first floor bathroom and a spacious, open plan living room. There is a modern kitchen and a second, ground floor bathroom. A particular feature of the property is the walled, sunny garden which has a sun deck and offers much privacy. Many period features have been retained or reinstated to include a working fireplace in the living room, four panel doors and much stripped natural wood. Conveniently located for the town's amenities the area is well served by a selection of pubs, a coffee shop and convenience stores and lies close to Bedford Park and the Robinson Pool fitness complex. EER:
This delightful period home features gas radiator heating - fired by a recently installed Worcester combination boiler - and replaced uPVC double glazing throughout. It sympathetically combines period features with contemporary living and has a private, low maintenance, west facing garden which is ideal for summer entertaining. The accommodation is also wider than typical for the area with high ceilings which adds to the feeling of light and space throughout.
Howbury Street, Bedford£285,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing2 bed house - terracedOccupying a central position within the popular Castle Road area, this is a spacious period terraced home within easy reach of many of the town's amenities. The accommodation includes a self-contained combined sitting/dining room measuring in excess of 26', a modern kitchen with built-in oven and hob and a versatile room to the rear, ideal as a study or sunny breakfast room. The first floor extends part way across the side passageway so provides two spacious double bedrooms and a bathroom with a modern white suite and shower over the jacuzzi bath. Heating is by gas to radiators from a combination boiler, all of the windows are uPVC double glazed and there are some period features such as a cast iron fireplace in the living room. Outside, the rear garden enjoys a predominantly west facing aspect and extends to around 30' in depth.
Situated within the heart of the area, there is a wide range of facilities close by including the number of specialist shops in the Castle Quarter. Russell Park is at the end of the road with The Embankment beyond and the outstanding-rated Castle Newnham Primary School is just around the corner. Bedford town centre is a short stroll away, where fast links to London St Pancras are available via its mainline rail station. EER: E
Denmark Street, Bedford£295,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing2 bed house - terracedWell presented and available with no upward chain, this period terrace home occupies a popular position within the Castle Road area, very close to a wide range of amenities. The accommodation provides separate reception rooms, a combined kitchen/breakfast room with bi-fold doors to the rear garden, two bedrooms and a refitted first floor bathroom. Heating is by gas to radiators from a modern combination boiler, all of the windows are uPVC double glazed (mostly in a sash-style) and there are period features including fireplaces and picture rails. To the rear, there is a part walled, courtyard style garden.
Situated within the highly popular 'Castle Quarter', many of the town's most popular attractions are close by. Russell Park is just a stone's throw away with the Embankment just beyond. There are a number of specialist shops along Castle Road including cafes, coffee shops, a butchers and bakery as well as Castle/Newnham Primary (South site), rated as outstanding by Ofsted, Bedford town centre is a short walk away and has fast links to London St Pancras via its mainline rail station. EER: D
Denmark Street, Bedford£295,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing2 bed house - terracedVery well presented and cared for, this period terraced house occupies a popular position within the Castle Road area, just a few steps away from Russell Park and the Embankment beyond. Available with no upward chain, the accommodation provides an open plan sitting/dining room with period fireplace and built-in shelving and storage, a kitchen with modern units and built in oven and hob and a utility room to the rear. The two bedrooms both have fitted wardrobes and the first floor bathroom has recently been replaced and has a separate shower cubicle. Further features include some replacement wooden sash windows, a front door with stained glass inserts and a pretty garden to the rear with access to the passageway behind. In all, this a fine example of a period home in a highly popular location.
Within the immediate area, there are a number of popular attractions. In addition to Russell Park, there is a wide range of cafes, delis and home improvement stores along Castle Road; the outstanding-rated Castle/Newnham Primary School as well as some pubs and restaurants. Bedford town centre has a wider range of shops as well as fast links to London St Pancras vis its mainline rail station. EER: D
Newnham Avenue, Bedford£299,950 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - semi-detachedSituated on the edge of the Castle Road area, this traditional bay fronted semi detached home has been much improved in recent months. Extended to the rear, the ground floor accommodation provides a self contained front sitting room, a rear living/dining room and a kitchen with fitted units. A WC has been installed under the stairs. The first floor provides two spacious double bedrooms, a third single bedroom and a bathroom. There is gas radiator heating and all of the windows are uPVC double glazed. The rear garden is a particular feature and is well stocked, enjoys a predominantly west facing aspect and is well screened from neighbouring properties. There is off road parking with a block paved driveway to the front.
The 'Castle Quarter's amenities are just a short walk away and feature a range of popular independent shops to include a butcher's, bakery and well stocked deli. There is also a Marks & Spencer 'simply food' across the road. Also within easy reach is Priory Country Park, Aspects cinema, the picturesque Embankment and Bedford town centre. EER: E
High View, Bedford£300,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed bungalow - semi detachedQuietly situated in a popular part of Putnoe, this established semi detached bungalow has been extended to the rear and offers versatile and adaptable accommodation. There is a large 30' combined sitting/dining room with sliding doors to a covered patio area, there are three bedrooms (one with en suite wet room)as well as a family bathroom and the kitchen has space for a breakfast table. There is gas to radiator heating from a combination boiler, all of the windows are uPVC double glazed and all doors adapted for wheelchair use. The front and side areas have been block paved to provide off road parking for a number of vehicles, there are numerous useful outbuildings and sheds and, to the rear, an enclosed garden extending to around 75' in depth.
Putnoe offers a good range of local amenities including a parade of shops just around the corner. There is a chemist, medical centre and a Co-op food convenience store. Bowhill Park is at the end of the road as is a bus stop offering regular trips to the town centre. EER: C
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