Lynn Close, Beds
3 bed house - terraced
Occupying a quiet cul-de-sac location towards the edge of the historic village of Elstow, this established terraced house is available with no upward chain. The three bedroom home has been conscientiously maintained over the years but will now benefit from cosmetic improvements. The windows have been replaced with uPVC double glazed units, there is oil fired radiator central heating and a porch has been added to the front. There is a single garage at the rear of the plot with vehicular access via a driveway at the end of the terrace. Set back from the road, there are mature front and rear gardens with the rear enjoying a sunny, predominantly south facing aspect. Renowned as the birthplace of John Bunyan, Elstow village provides a range of amenities including a lower school. It is conveniently placed for Bedford's southern bypass which offers a fast road route to the M1 and A1. EER: TBC
Constructed in the 1960's this established terraced home features well proportioned rooms and large windows which allow much natural light in to the accommodation. Available immediately, the property represents an ideal home on which the new owner can put their own stamp. The plot also allows for the existing footprint to be extended, subject to the relevant consents. There are attractive countryside walks on the doorstep and Elstow's famed Moot Hall and Abbey attract visitors from far and wide.
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