Bower Street, Bedford£290,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing2 bed house - terracedThis period bay fronted terraced home lies within the heart of the popular Castle Road area, close to an array of independent shops and within a short stroll of Russell Park and the Embankment. Updated by the present owners, the accommodation features an open plan living room and a kitchen/breakfast room which has French doors to the rear garden. The two bedrooms feature original wrought iron fireplaces and there is a spacious first floor bathroom. There is gas radiator heating fired by a recently installed boiler and all of the original sash windows have been refurbished. Outside, the mature, well screened rear garden enjoys a sunny, west facing aspect. EER:TBC
The thriving Castle Road area is popular with individuals and families alike. A range of pubs and restaurants are within comfortable walking distance and the local Castle Newnham Primary School enjoys an 'outstanding' Ofsted' status. Attractive river walks and a well equipped children's play area are nearby on the picturesque Embankment and Russell Park. Bedford's town centre is within fifteen minutes walk and, for the commuter, the town's rail link provides a fast route in to London's St Pancras.
The Grove, Bedford£294,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing2 bed house - terracedThis Grade II listed period cottage has been sympathetically updated by the present owner, lies on the doorstep of the town's amenities and is within a short walk of a range of pubs, restaurants and coffee shops. Featuring a two storey rear extension the accommodation now provides a double bedroom, a further bedroom currently in use as a dressing room/study and a recently updated first floor bathroom with underfloor heating. Downstairs, there are separate sitting and dining rooms, the kitchen has many integrated appliances and French doors opening to the private and sunny west facing rear garden. The sitting room has a log burner and quarry tiled floor to enhance the period character and there are cast iron feature fireplaces in the dining room and main bedroom. Situated within a few minutes walk of the town centre and picturesque Embankment, the property is conveniently placed for Bedford's range of amenities including the town's fast rail link into London's St Pancras. EER: D
Located in Bedford's Conservation area, this early Victorian period cottage is available with no upward chain. Offering more spacious accommodation than many of its neighbours, the property provides retained or reinstated period features combined with contemporary fittings. The windows to the front elevation have been replaced with bespoke wood framed double glazed sealed units, the dining room has a solid oak floor, the dressing room has bespoke fitted wardrobes and there is gas radiator heating throughout. The rear garden enjoys a sunny, west facing rear aspect, is not overlooked from the rear and has a pedestrian access from Newnham Street.
Abrahams Close, Bedford£295,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - end terraceAvailable with no upward chain and quietly situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, this modern end of terrace townhouse offers spacious accommodation, arranged over three floors. The ground floor provides a living room with gas coal-effect fire and a kitchen/dining room, well fitted with integrated appliances. In addition, there is a utility room and cloakroom to the rear. Two double bedrooms and a bathroom occupy the first floor, with the second floor providing the master suite, with extensively built-in wardrobes and an en suite shower room. There is full gas to radiator heating and uPVC double glazing and, outside, an enclosed rear garden, a single garage in a close-by block with parking in front and an additional lawned garden immediately to the front.
Despite the quiet location, many of the town's amenities are close by, including the range of specialist shops along Castle Road, Russell park and the Embankment and Castle/Newnham Primary and Secondary Schools. Bedford town centre is within easy reach and has fast links to London via the mainline rail station. Energy Efficiency Rating: D
Heronscroft, Bedford£295,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - semi-detachedQuietly positioned overlooking a small green, this extended, established semi detached home is available with no upward chain. Now requiring some updating, the accommodation features three bedrooms, well proportioned living space and an extended 16' kitchen. The garden is a particular feature of the property which extends to approximately 80' in depth. With a wide frontage, there is a generous driveway to the side and a single detached garage. Conveniently located in a popular residential location for a selection of schools for all ages, the property is within a few minutes walk of a parade of shops and is also close to Putnoe Park. EER: TBC
The property features gas radiator heating and all of the windows have been replaced with double glazed units. More recently, the ground floor shower room has been updated. The size of the garden plot allows for further extension, subject to the relevant consents, and the house would ideally suit a buyer keen to acquire a new home on which they can put their own stamp.
Maple Gardens, Riseley Bedford£300,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - link detachedQuietly situated towards the end of a cul-de-sac on a mature garden plot this link detached home adjoins open countryside and is available with no upward chain. The accommodation has been updated in recent years but will now benefit from cosmetic attention. Featuring three bedrooms, there is a large, open plan living area and modern kitchen. A driveway provides off road parking to the front of the single, attached garage and, to the rear, the garden is private, enclosed and enjoys an open aspect across adjoining countryside. Situated in the popular village of Riseley some nine miles to the north of Bedford, the village provides a well respected lower school, village store, pub/restaurant and community centre. EER:
This link detached village home offers the buyer an ideal opportunity to acquire a comfortably proportioned family home on which they can put their own stamp. In recent years the windows have been replaced with uPVC double glazed units and there is gas radiator heating. The garden plot is not overlooked and would accommodate an extension to the existing home, subject to the relevant consents.
Woodland Drive, Bromham£350,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - semi-detachedThis modern semi detached home has been the subject of complete refurbishment in recent months and is available for immediate occupation. Fully renovated, the property occupies a generous, predominantly south facing garden plot which extends to approximately 100' in depth to the rear and now features an extended ground floor with a new fitted kitchen. A utility and cloakroom have been added and a new first floor bathroom installed. Set back from the road, the gravelled driveway provides off road parking for a number of vehicles. Located in a quiet, established area of this popular riverside village a range of amenities and schools are close at hand. The property lies approximately 4 miles to the north/west of the town centre and is conveniently placed for access to Milton Keynes, Northampton and the M1. Energy Efficiency Rating: C
Fully refurbished and extended the improvement works include rewiring, replastering, new flooring throughout and a new gas radiator heating system. The generous garden plot enjoys a predominantly south facing aspect and is a blank canvas on which the new owner can put their own stamp. Bromham village offers a range of amenities, features an atttractive riverside and Mill, caters for the shopping essentials and offers well respected schooling.
George Street, Clapham£350,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed bungalow - semi detachedExtended and thoughtfully improved throughout, this traditional semi detached bungalow occupies a quiet position within this popular riverside village. Available with no upward chain, there are now three bedrooms (one with en suite shower room), a large dual aspect sitting/dining room and a spacious refitted kitchen/breakfast room with built in appliances. In addition there is a modern family bathroom and a bright entrance hall with Velux rooflight. The outside space is equally as beneficial with ample off road parking on the block paved driveway, private side access and an enclosed rear garden with large raised bed, lawn and patio.
Situated some three miles from Bedford town centre, Clapham has a good range of local amenities including pubs, restaurants and a post office. There is also a Tesco Express, a well-regarded Primary School and a bus route to the town. In all, this is a fine example of a spacious bungalow, in 'ready to move into' condition. EER: C
Denmark Street, Bedford£360,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - terracedSituated just a stone's throw from Russell Park and the Embankment beyond, this characterful terraced home has been very well maintained and provides the added benefit of three double bedrooms as well as a first floor bathroom. Offering spacious accommodation throughout, there is also a combined sitting/dining room, an open plan and refitted kitchen/breakfast room with granite worktops and some appliances and a versatile conservatory has been added to the rear. Period features are in evidence including some sash windows, cast iron fireplaces and stripped pine and there is gas to radiator heating. The sunny west facing courtyard garden is fully enclosed and well screened from neighbouring properties.
In addition to the park, many of the town's most popular attractions are within easy reach. The Castle Road area provides a range of specialist shops, delis and restaurants, Bedford town centre has fast links into London St Pancras and also provides a wide range of restaurants, bars and leisure facilities. The property is also available with no upward chain. EER: D
Newnham Street, Bedford£360,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - terracedWith parts dating back to 1780, this Grade II listed period home nestles within the heart of the 'Castle Quarter', on the doorstep of the town's pubs, coffee shops and restaurants. Sympathetically maintained by the present owner, the accommodation offers much period character and deceptive space. There are three double bedrooms, a first floor bathroom, ground floor shower room and a large, bay fronted sitting room with a log burner. The living space has been extended at the side allowing the kitchen to open into a dining room or conservatory which, in turn, leads to the private, walled courtyard garden. Conveniently placed on the edge of the town centre, the property lies within a short walk of the picturesque Embankment, the refurbished Higgins Gallery and is within a mile of the rail station.
This delightful period home lies close to Bedford town's range of amenities and leisure facilities. The property features features exposed beams and brickwork, much stripped natural joinery and has gas radiator heating throughout. Outside, the paved and walled courtyard garden is well screened and offers privacy. The town has a strong reputation for independent schooling. For the commuter, there is a fast rail link to London's St Pancras and the southern bypass links the A1 to the M1 and Milton Keynes (25 minutes).
Howbury Street, Bedford£375,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing3 bed house - terracedThis bay fronted period terraced house is situated within the highly popular 'Castle Quarter' and provides spacious adaptable accommodation, recently improved throughout. There are three double bedrooms, one with the rare benefit of an en suite shower room, and a replaced first floor bathroom. The ground floor includes separate, self contained, sitting and dining rooms and a light extended dining/breakfast room with French doors opening to the west facing rear garden which extends to around 40' in depth. There is also a replaced kitchen, a utility room and ground floor cloakroom. Period features have been retained, a light and airy extension has been added to the side and there are new fittings in the kitchen, wet room, bathroom and en suite. There is a modern combination boiler, oak flooring to the front of the ground floor and Porcelain tiles to the rear. The walled rear garden is deeper than many in the area and has lawn and patio areas. Energy Efficiency Rating: E
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