St Augustine's Road, Bedford£745,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing4 bed house - semi-detachedThis substantial three storey period home has been the subject of significant yet sympathetic improvement in recent years and occupies a popular town location in the Conservation area close to Bedford Park. Combining original period features with a contemporary finish the accommodation includes four double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The rear of the ground floor provides an open plan, well-equipped kitchen/family room and takes full advantage of the sunny rear aspect with bi-fold doors opening to the garden. There is a large living room with a square bay, an original fireplace and French doors to the enclosed side garden area. The walled, predominantly south facing rear garden features a wide patio area, screening trees and bushes and is ideal for summer entertaining. Conveniently located within comfortable walking distance of the town's amenities, the property occupies a popular location which is well served by independent and state schools for all ages. For the commuter, Bedford provides a fast rail link into London's St Pancras.
The current owners have adapted this delightful period home with the family in mind. The first floor now features a spacious en-suite shower room and large four piece family bathroom. Downstairs, a self-contained utility/cloakroom provides laundry space. The living room and kitchen offer ample space for social gatherings. The property sits within the popular 'Saints' area of the town and within walking distance of many of the retail and leisure facilities which the county town provides. Bedford Park hosts an annual live musical event including 'Proms in the Park' whilst the picturesque Embankment is the venue for the biennial River Festival and regular national and school regattas.
Albany Road, Bedford£750,000 Full Details Express Interest Request Phone Call Arrange Viewing5 bed house - semi-detachedOccupying one of the area's most popular addresses, this attractive late Victorian villa offers spacious rooms arranged over three floors and is presented in beautiful condition throughout. The accommodation includes two separate reception rooms, five bedrooms and a large kitchen/breakfast room with modern units, quartz worktops and integrated appliances. A sun room has been added to the rear of the kitchen, there is a family bathroom, an en suite shower room to one of the bedrooms and three further WCs as well as the added benefit of a cellar. There are plenty of period features with cast iron fireplaces in the reception rooms, recently stripped and varnished wood floors and refurbished sash windows. Heating is by gas to radiators. To the rear, there is a pretty town-style courtyard garden which affords some privacy from neighbouring houses. In all, this is a fine example of a period home located just off the Embankment. EER: E
The two separate, self contained reception rooms are conveniently connected by double doors. Both have working fireplaces, there is a bay window in the front sitting room and a newly fitted double glazed door to the garden from the rear reception. There is a ground floor cloakroom, access to the useful cellar from under the stairs and a part glazed door to the kitchen/family room. Ideal for family living, there is plenty of space for a dining table and the addition of the sun room to the rear.
The first floor provides three double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room, and a further single bedroom or study. The rear section of the property could easily be separated to provide a bedroom/bathroom combination. The family bathroom is well appointed with a period style white suite including a free-standing bath and separate shower cubicle. There is also a further WC on the first floor.
Providing an ideal guest bedroom, the second floor provides a spacious double bedroom with space for a further study area. There is an en suite WC and access to loft storage.
The front garden is enclosed by a dwarf brick wall, wrought iron railings and gated, tiled pathway to the entrance door. A private, gated side passageway leads to the walled rear garden, which is mostly paved with some mature shrubs and trees providing some privacy.
Situated just a stone's throw from the Embankment, many of the towns most popular attractions are close to hand. Bedford town centre is on the doorstep and has a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants. The mainline rails station is also within easy reach and has fast links to London St Pancras. There is easy access to the Harpur Trust and other highly regarded schools including the outstanding-rated Castle/Newnham Primary. On the edge of the 'Castle Quarter' there is also a good range of local, independent specialist shops including butchers, bakeries and coffee shops/cafes.
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