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  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 4Bathrooms
  • 3Rooms

Property Summary

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We are delighted to offer for sale this stunning, individual detached family home built in 2003 and forming part of a small rural development of similar quality homes. The accommodation extends to around 4,900 square feet to include the triple garage.

The property offers many unique features and is principally of Limestone construction set under a slate roof. The house enjoys countryside views from its grounds of approximately 0.5 acres (sts) and there is no onward chain.

The entrance lobby has a vaulted ceiling with feature picture windows to the front. There is oak flooring which also features in both the entrance hall and the cloakroom. The dual aspect living room has large glazed doors to the garden and a beautiful inglenook open fireplace. There is a large family room which is also dual aspect, a study with a range of quality fitted furniture and a separate dining room which would comfortably accommodate a large table. The double glazed conservatory leads on from the dining room and has doors to the rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has a large granite topped island and a considerable array of beech fronted units with matching granite worktops, some which are for display purposes, and there are sliding patio doors to the rear patio area. All integrated appliances are included. The rear hallway off the kitchen offers access to the utility room and to the triple garage, with the garage housing the oil fired central heating boiler.

The first floor accommodation is spacious and offers flexible accommodation well set off by the large galleried landing. There is a significant master bedroom with open views and a large en suite bathroom. The guest bedroom also has an en suite. The remaining three bedrooms have use of a family bathroom complete with a separate shower cubicle. Also on the first floor there is a multipurpose/games’ room, or further bedroom suite, which is approximately twenty one feet square and has a shower room en suite.

The property is approached from a broad gravel drive leading to the triple width garage, complete with electric up and over doors and with block paved hardstanding in front. The front garden is established with maturing trees, lawn and shrub borders. There is access around the property leading to the rear garden that enjoys an open outlook across open countryside. The rear garden is principally laid to lawn with a post and rail fence boundary and a large paved terrace.

Location:
Odell is a characterful village in North Bedfordshire less than ten miles from Bedford’s town centre and steeped in history. Nearby Harrold has varying amenities to include shops and a school, Harrold Primary Academy, and there are Public Houses in both Harrold and Odell with the Harrold-Odell Country Park being a short trip away. Olney is within easy reach, eight miles, and Bedford offers fast and frequent rail services to the capital and beyond. The house also falls into the Sharnbrook Academy Catchment area, with Bedford also offering a wide choice of independent and private schools.

Energy Efficiency Rating D
Council Tax Band H
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Location Summary

Harrold & Odell


Harrold sits to the north of the Great River Ouse, 15 miles from both Northampton and Milton Keynes and 9 miles north west of Bedford with a population of around 1500.

It attracts many visitors to the Harrold Odell Country Park, a quarry site that has been developed and maintained by the council since 1980 to house a number of habitats.

The park has wetlands, play areas, skate park, fishing (in its two lakes and on the banks of the Ouse) and visitor centre with café.

The village schools became part of the Sharnbrook Federation in 2017 and there is a medical practice, playing fields, pub and couple of take away/restaurants.

In 2013 it was voted in a Sunday Times survey as one of the Top 100 places to live in the UK with a Good Neighbours program and an array of activities in the village that include amateur dramatics, choir, WI, allotments and bell ringing.



Odell sits north west of Bedford with a small population (under 300 in the last census) and has a rich history with evidence of a farm from the Roman Invasion. The Church of All Saints was built in the 15th century although evidence of a church dates to the 12th century.

Flooded sand and quarry pits adjoining Harrold led to the formation of the Harrold Odell Country Park opening in the 1980’s, home to two lakes and abundant wildlife in the managed habitats.

It is also home to Santa Pod, a drag racing track built on a former RAF airfield that hosts 50 plus events a year that include National drag racing, VW festivals, retro and classic car events.