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Property Summary

A stunning stone barn conversion situated in a secluded location in the heart of the picturesque village of Biddenham.

The spacious layout has been carefully designed and planned with light airy rooms and vaulted ceilings throughout, enjoying access and views over the mature central garden. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall with parquet wood flooring and exposed brick wall, dining room with space for a 12 seater dining table and a double aspect open fireplace leading into the 17ft square living room with feature French doors leading onto the garden, study/bedroom 4, cloakroom, inner lobby with vaulted ceiling and velux windows, 15ft master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further large double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Above the garage is a 21ft home office/bedroom 5 accessed via its own private entrance and space saving staircase.

Outside is a large gravel driveway providing parking for several cars, a large double garage and a mature garden which is mainly laid to lawn.
Biddenham is a picturesque village located just west of Bedford town centre with local facilities to include a public house, village hall and sports ground which caters for cricket, tennis and rugby.
More extensive shopping facilities are available in Bedford and Milton Keynes with its covered shopping centre.
The village also has a primary and upper school whilst Bedford boasts the Harpur Trust independent schools as well as the other two other private schools.
Bedford railway station is 1.2 miles away providing a Midland Mainline service to London St Pancras and onto the City. Good road links north and south via the M1 Junction 13 and 14 are also available.


Council Tax: Band G ~ EPC Rating: TBC
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Location Summary

Biddenham & Great Denham

Biddenham is an attractive village that combines traditional houses with more modern detached homes.

Home to one of the only village ponds in Bedfordshire, the pond has been conserved since 1986 by the village and home to two rare species – the great crested newt and midwife toad.

The village is served by a pub, community centre and church with a sports pavilion next to cricket/rugby pitches.

Amenities are set to grow due to a new housing development on the outskirts of, which is planned for completion in 2020.

The village has a Catholic primary school – St Joseph’s and St Gregory’s – and Biddenham International School and Sports College which serves not just Biddenham but the west of Bedford.

Sitting between Kempston and Biddenham is the village of Great Denham, which contrary to Elstow and Kempston has a population of under 2000.

Sitting aside the River Great Ouse it is home to Bedford Golf Course and Gold Village. A primary school opened in 2012 and the village is home to a small number of shops and whilst Great Denham doesn’t have a pub, the Golf Club does have a bar and close to the pubs of Kempston.

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