- 4 Bedrooms
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A substantial four bedroom detached family home situated in an exclusive gated community on a large plot overlooking fields and woodland. The property was constructed in 1998 by Bellwinch Homes and is accessed via a ¾ of a mile private driveway.
The spacious accommodation is arranged over two floors and briefly comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, family room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, conservatory and cloakroom. To the first floor is a large galleried landing, master bedroom with dressing area and en-suite shower room, guest bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property also benefits from a refitted modern cream gloss kitchen with quality fitted appliances, refitted contemporary fully tiled en-suites and bathroom, large block paved driveway, 20ft x 20ft double garage with w/c and large mature rear garden.
Bedford town is a short distance away with extensive shopping facilities, restaurants and pubs. There is also a mainline railway station with regular trains into London in under an hour. Clapham is situated within a catchment to good state schools and a wide choice of private schools can be found in the town.
Agents Note: The property has one share of the Clapham Park Management Company which maintains the road and grounds. This is an annual cost of £600 per annum paid in two instalments every six months.
Bedford 3.1 miles, Bedford Train Station 2.9 Miles, Milton Keynes 18.8 Miles, Cambridge 33.3 Miles, St Albans 37.8 Miles, London 60.8 Miles
Map & Nearby
Clapham, Ravensden, Renhold, Wilden, Bolnhurst & Keysoe
To the north of Bedford, along the A6, sits the village of Clapham which dates back as an agricultural village from before the Norman Conquest.
Home to Bedford County Golf Club it is within easy reach of Bedford’s amenities and the large Aldi and Sainsbury’s to the north of Bedford.
It has a post office, Tesco Express, pubs, village hall and served by a mobile library.
There is a primary school – Ursula Taylor Church of England Primary School and two churches, one of which – the Church of St Thomas of Canterbury –is a grade 1 listed building.
Ravensden and Wilden are rural villages that sit to the east of Clapham. Ravensden borders Mowsbury Park and has a primary school, pub, village hall and church.
Wilden (with a population of under 400 in the last census) has a Church of England Primary School situated next to a 14th century Church of St Nicholas.
A pretty brook - South Brook -runs through the village and the village pub has recently reopened with a pub garden that backs on to the brook.
South of Wilden is Renhold, which, like many Bedfordian villages consists of a small number of hamlets.
These have recently been added to with new housing developments. With two churches, pub, post office, Renhold Primary School, the village hall provides a base for a variety of social clubs including Bridge, WI and Line Dancing.
Bolnhurst about 7 miles north of Bedford sits between Bedford and Kimbolton, a key attraction is The Plough pub housed in a 17th century Jacobean building.
The village also hosts an annual Country Fayre with traditional tractors and cars. North of Bolnhurst, Keysoe hosted equestrian training teams for the 2012 Olympics and Para Olympics in The College Equestrian Centre.