• 3 Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms
  • 2Rooms

Property Summary

*** WORK DUE TO BE COMPLETED SOON*** A traditional three bedroom semi-detached family home located in this highly sought-after and established area of Kempston. The property is currently undergoing a significant programme of extensions and refurbishment to create a fantastic family home designed around modern day living. There is an entrance hall, study area and cloakroom. There is a living room that opens up into a fantastic open plan kitchen/dining/living area with patio doors leading onto the garden. There is also a separate utility room. On the first floor there is three bedrooms and a refitted family bathroom. Outside there is a driveway to the front and the rear garden is fully enclosed with a cabin at the rear which is ideal as a den/playroom/home gym or separate office away from the house. A viewing is highly advised.

The property is ideally situated for all of Kempston's amenities, there are local schools, bus routes and Lidl supermarket close by. There is also a Petrol station, butchers and other shops within easy reach. The property is situated around 3 miles away from Bedford's mainline station too. The property is also well placed for the Bedford Western bypass which links onto the A1 and M1 and Milton Keynes.

Property Features

  • Three bedroom extended family home
  • Currently undergoing an extensive refurbishment programme
  • Utility and cloakroom
  • Fantastic open-plan kitchen/diner
  • Refitted bathroom
  • Enclosed garden
  • Off road parking
  • Cul-de-sac location
  • No chain
  • Viewing advised
  • Make Enquiry
  • Floorplan

Map & Nearby

Location Summary

Elstow, now known as a suburb to the south of Bedford, still maintains its historic feel with original Village Green (where May Day Festivals are still held) and some of the original village which dates between the 13th century and 17th century and is classified as a conservation area.

Sitting aside the Green is timber framed Moot Hall, built in the 15th century as Elstow’s Courthouse and Market. It has now been renovated to house artefacts from one of the most famous Bedfordian’s – John Bunyan author of the Pilgrim’s Progress – who was born in Elstow and christened in Elstow’s Abbey.

John Bunyan by Thomas Sadler 1684
John Bunyan by Thomas Sadler 1684.


Now, 20th century housing surrounds the old village with Elstow Primary School serving the area.

To the west of Elstow is Kempston, a town with its own council and a population of c20,000. Within the town there are four primary schools, two secondary schools and three schools dedicated to children living in Bedford Borough with special educational needs.

Kempston’s main park is Addison Howard Park and the town has an array of clubs and sports amenities, from Kempston Pool to Kempston Rovers FC.

The town has a range of shops including Sainsbury’s and Lidl and close by is the Interchange Retail Park with Next, TK Maxx, Boots, Argos, B&Q amongst others.



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