- 3 Bedrooms
Property SummaryA stylish and immaculately presented three double bedroom semi-detached family home occupying a prominent position within the heart of the popular Wixams village. This home, constructed by David Wilson Homes to their popular and rarely available 'Brentford' style in 2019 offers well balanced and carefully planned living accommodation across three floors. The property features an entrance hall, cloakroom, bay fronted lounge and kitchen/diner with integrated appliances with french doors onto the rear garden. On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a three piece family bathroom. On the second floor is an impressive master bedroom with an Jack and Jill en-suite. Outside to the rear is a sunny and enclosed rear garden. Wixams offers excellent local amenities including Budgens store, school, take-away, village hall and sports/leisure complex and a restaurant along with beautiful countryside and lakeside walks. There is also a garden centre. The property is well located for the A6 which links to Luton, Bedford and the A421 bypass leading onto the A1 and M1.
- No Chain
- 3/4 Bed
- Show Home Condition
- Open-Plan Kitchen/Diner
- Private Enclosed Rear Garden
- Within Walking Distance To Local Amenities And Schooling
Map & Nearby
Wixams, Eastcotts & Wilstead
Wixams, a new town developed to the south of Bedford, is expected to be the third largest town after Bedford and Kempston.
Construction commenced in 2007 and is expected to grow to house between 10,000 – 15,000 people in an affordable, designed settlement which is planned to have 4 distinct communities within it.
A retirement village has also been developed in the town. Amenities are planned to grow with development, but already include sports pitches, playground and supermarket.
Wixams is home to both Lakeview Primary and Wixamtree Primary with children now able to progress into secondary education at Wixams Academy which opened in 2017.
On the outskirts of Bedford, it is perfect for commuters to Luton (A6) and Milton Keynes (A421) and only 10 minutes to drive into Bedford centre itself.
To the east of Wixams is Eastcotts, which as a ward houses villages of Shortstown and Cotton End and hamlets Harrowden and Herrings Green.
The Cardington Hangers sit adjacent to Shortstown -which has seen new housing development since 2012, and to compliment Shortstown Primary was built in 2013.
Cotton End is to the south of Shortstown and is a small village with a primary school, pub, village hall and church.
The Forest of Marston Vale created a new woodland in 2005 called Schocott Spring.
Eastcotts Medieval Castle sits on the edge of Exeter Woods, a motte castle believed to have been built late 11th Century, early 12th Century.
Wilstead, is about 5 miles south of Bedford close to Wixams, along the A6 that travels to Clophill and through to Luton.
The village varies between new houses and traditional thatched cottages, a few listed buildings and farms.
Whilst small it still has a couple of pubs, post office, small shops, two churches, village hall and playing fields.