• 5 Bedrooms
  • 3Bathrooms
  • 2Rooms

Property Summary

An imposing and recently renovated family home in a very popular location with a plot of approximately 0.44 acres (sts).

The property is set well back from the road and offers many appealing features. There are new fixtures and fittings throughout to include all sanitary ware and floor coverings. To the front, a single storey extension has created a lobby area which leads to a large reception hall, with traditional style flooring, and stairs to the first floor.

There are two imposing reception rooms, with varying features which include ceiling roses, ornate coving and a gas fire set under a traditional mantel piece within the living room. The beautifully fitted kitchen has an island unit, granite surfaces, oak flooring and a wide range of fitted units which incorporates some integrated appliances.

From the kitchen, you access the recently extended part of the property. An inner lobby gives you access to the study and the utility room and there is an internal door to the double garage. Stairs also rise from this area to the master bedroom suite which offers a large walk-in dressing area and a stunning en suite with twin basins, a ball and claw bath and a separate shower.

Bedrooms two, three, four and five are accessed from the main reception hall and are served by two further beautifully fitted bath/shower rooms, one being en suite to bedroom two.

The property has gas fired central heating, PVCu double glazing and has renewed wiring throughout.

To the exterior the frontage approaches one hundred feet in length. The rear garden is around one hundred and forty-five feet in depth. There is extensive parking available in addition to the space within the double width garage, which has electric doors. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a paved seating area to the back of the house. There is a mature band of trees on both the front and rear garden areas.

Location:
Kimbolton Road is considered to be one of Bedford's premier residential locations offering easy access to the town centre and excellent schooling including that offered by the well-respected Harpur Trust. For the commuter Bedford station offers fast and frequent services to the capital and beyond. Bedford Park and local shopping parades are all within walking distance.

Energy Efficiency Rating C
Council Tax Band G
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Location Summary

Cardington, Cople, Willington


Cardington, Cople and Willington sit to the far south east of the Borough. Cardington, a small picturesque village, has recently been developed with newer builds adjoining the old village. With only one pub and a church, schooling is offered in nearby Shortstown and in Bedford itself.

However, Cardington is well known for its two large aircraft hangers - a legacy from WW1 when they were developed as airship works by Short Brothers.

They then formed part of an RAF training station which ran over to neighbouring Shortstown and Eastcotts. Since then the hangers have been used under a variety of guises, including housing 2 Goodyear Blimps in 2011.

The hangers have now been turned into Cardington Studios with the space being used for films, TV and music videos including Fantastic Beasts and How to Find Them, Batman Begins and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Home to two of the Borough’s football clubs Bedford Town FC and Bedford FC it also houses Cardington Artificial Slalom Course – an artificial whitewater canoe slalom - that was the first of its kind in the UK and used for training and competitions.

To the east of Cardington, the village of Cople centres around All Saints Church dated from 1087 and the de Beauchamp family.

Cople Park stands between the village hall and Cople Sports and Social Club, and to the north of the village stands a small nature reserve. There is one pub in the village with the nearest primary school Sheerhatch in next door Willington.

Willington, of similar size to Cardington and Cople, sits on the road from Bedford to Sandy and is home to National Trust owned Willington Dovecote and Stables. The Dovecote is home to over three thousand pigeons who live within the 16th century Tudor construction.

Willington has a Frosts Garden Centre, pub, post office, two churches and one school - Sheerhatch Primary School.

Danish Camp sits amongst the Grange Estate and Octagon Wood and is a popular destination as it can be reached by cycle trail from Bedford. A Norwegian log cabin situated amongst woodland on the Great River Ouse that opens as a restaurant with bike and boat hire available.