Located within the town's Conservation area, this delightful period home occupies a mature, walled garden plot and lies on the doorstep of the town's amenities. Thought to date back to the late Victorian era, the accommodation retains many features of the period. Recent alterations include an extended kitchen, the two front reception rooms have been combined to provide a spacious living room with a square front bay and a quirky spiral staircase has been added to the first floor which leads to a floored loft room. There are four bedrooms (the rear with en-suite shower) and adaptable living accommodation with the benefit of a dry cellar. There is also the rare benefit of a single garage in a nearby block. The rear garden extends to approximately 80' in depth, is well stocked with mature trees and shrubs and is walled all around. A wide selection of pubs, coffee shops and restaurants are within a short stroll together with Bedford's picturesque Embankment. EER: D
The Grove is one of the town's oldest residential streets and comprises a terrace of Grade II listed cottages and individual villas. No. 47 is available with no upward chain and represents an ideal opportunity on which the new owner can put their own stamp. The property is conveniently located for the town's amenities and Harpur Trust schools. For the commuter, there is fast rail link into London's St Pancras.
- Bedford St Johns Rail Station - 0.7 miles
- Bedford Rail Station - 0.8 miles
- Kempston Hardwick Rail Station - 3.7 miles
- Stewartby Rail Station - 5.4 miles