- 2 Bedrooms
Property SummaryTWO BEDROOM TERRACED HOUSE
- UNFURNISHED TERRACED HOUSE
- 2 BEDROOMS
- DINING ROOM
- REFURBISHED BATHROOM
- PARKING AVAILABLE
- WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN
- SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
TWO BEDROOM furnished house comprising of lounge, dining room, kitchen with APPLIANCES, three bedrooms parking available for 4 cars at the rear of the property.
Map & Nearby
Location SummaryBrickhill sits towards the north of the town centre running east to Kimbolton Road and Manton Heights Industrial Estate to the west, developed post WW2 to assist with the rising population of Bedford.
Within the Parish sit independent Pilgrims Pre-Preparatory School (Harpur Trust), Scott Primary School, Brickhill Primary School and St Thomas More, a Catholic Secondary and 6th Form School.
There are two parades of shops that serve Brickhill which include a Tesco Express and a One Stop alongside a Pharmacy and Post Office.
The Harpur ward - named after Sir William Harpur a famous Bedfordian who became Lord Mayor of London – houses Manton Heights Industrial Estate and residential areas Poets, Prime Ministers and Black Tom (named after a notorious 18th century Highwayman).
Aside from 1970’s built Manton Heights the rest of the Ward was built around the 19th century. Within the area Tavistock Street and Bromham Road have many pubs, shops and restaurants with Tavistock known for Indian cuisine.
Supported by Primary Schools Edith Cavell and Livingstone Primary there are also three Independent Schools - Bedford Modern (Harpur Trust), Polam and Rushmoor.
It is also home to the Stella Mann College of Performing Arts.
In 2017 the Towers Health Club & Gym opened on Clapham Road and within ‘Club Towers’ are pool, spa, tennis, exercise classes, squash facilities or an alternate gym can be found at PureGym which sits at Manton Heights.
Queens Park can be found to the west of the town centre and is one of the most diverse and multicultural areas of Bedford leading to an array of shops and delis and a number of places of worship (including 2 mosques and home to the largest Sikh temple out of London) and sits to the west of the town centre adjacent to Bedford Train Station.
It is home to three primary schools – Queens Park Academy, Westfield School and St Joseph’s and St Gregory’s Roman Catholic School. A Community Centre accommodates a variety of classes and also acts as a venue for social functions.