• 5 Bedrooms
  • 4Bathrooms
  • 2Rooms

Property Summary

An opportunity to acquire this stunning five double bedroom detached family home located on the popular Goodwin Place development which was constructed in 2019 by Linden Homes and comes to the market with a 7 years left on the NHBC warranty. This is a spacious and versatile family home was the former show home for the site occupying a pleasant position on this select development of homes in the popular location of Great Barford. This superb family home has over 2000 sq ft of family living arranged over three floors featuring, 21 ft living room, 33ft open plan kitchen/dining/family area which forms the heart of the home and has been fully refitted with a high specification Wren kitchen featuring Quartz work surfaces. This area is also fitted with surround sound speakers and provides a great space for entertaining. There is a separate utility room and cloakroom to the ground floor. There are spotlights fitted throughout the downstairs. On the first floor the master bedroom has a wonderful dual aspect view and also benefits from and dressing area and stylish en-suite. The guest bedroom also has an en-suite and there is a further bedroom and family bathroom to the first floor. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms and bathroom. Outside there is ample parking and a detached double garage which has power to it plus there is a fitted electric car charger point. There is an enclosed rear garden which has been fully landscaped that backs onto countryside.
Great Barford hosts a range of amenities including two local shops which is open till 9pm in the evenings, there is a popular Chinese restaurant, Indian take-away plus a fantastic cafe, there are two pubs with one The Anchor overlooking the Great River Ouse where you can enjoy countryside walks, parish church, village hall and playing fields There is good local schooling with Great Barford academy within walking distance. There are convenient road links with the A1 being close by and A421 linking to Milton Keynes and the M1. For the commuter there are mainline stations at Sandy which is 5.5 miles away and Bedford 7.3 miles away with regular trains into Kings Cross and St.Pancras station.

Property Features

  • Five bedroom detached family home
  • Former show home
  • 21ft living room
  • Refitted Wren kitchen with Quartz work tops
  • Double garage
  • Two en-suites
  • Private position
  • Landscaped gardens
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  • Floorplan

Map & Nearby

Location Summary

To the north east of Bedford is Great Barford, reportedly an important village at the time of the Domesday Book and a bridge that dates back to the 15th century, which was an important waterway crossing at the time. You can sit in the gardens of The Anchor pub with a view of the bridge, and alongside there is a footpath that takes you along the river for a walk to Bedford via Danish Camp.  The village is large with a mixture of old (dating to 17th century) and new houses. A Norman motte and bailey castle that sat in the village has now been replaced with a Priory.

Great Barford Primary Academy is situated in the village close to a village shop and surgery, and locals report that the best Chinese can be found at the Golden Cross where you can eat in or take away.



Roxton is far smaller than Great Barford and sits close to the A1. With a small primary school, two churches and Post Office, it is also served by the Spoke N’ Wheel café and restaurant which serves afternoon teas and evening meals, close to The Royal Oak Pub an established pub and hotel.

North of Roxton just off the A1 is Wyboston, known for Wyboston Lakes a large hotel with golf course, spa and conference facilities. As the name suggests, it has been built around the lake offering picturesque views from the hotel restaurant and golf course.

An agricultural area due to its proximity to the Great River Ouse, Wyboston is served by amenities in adjacent Eaton Socon which has larger supermarkets and schools.

Little Barford sits to the edge of Wyboston Lake and the Great River Ouse, to the east on the county boundary of Cambridgeshire, with St Denys Church being one of the main features of the parish. It is a very small village, with a manor house, farm and a few cottages.

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