• 5 Bedrooms
  • 4Bathrooms
  • 2Rooms

Property Summary

We are delighted to be able to offer this excellent opportunity to acquire a beautifully and newly created barn conversion situated in a rural location overlooking open countryside and having a plot extending to approximately 3.3 acres, subject to survey.

Property Features

  • Plot extending to 3.3 acres (sts)
  • Outstanding rural location
  • 4,000 square feet of accommodation
  • 1,800 square feet of garaging, stables and guest accommodation
  • Large living room
  • Media room
  • Large living kitchen
  • Five bedrooms
  • Three en suite facilities
  • Additional barns potentially available
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Full Details

The developer has taken every care in creating a wonderful family home offering fixtures and fittings of only the highest standards.
The accommodation in the barn extends to very nearly 4,000 square feet with additional accommodation incorporating a triple garage and two stables and a tack/feed room in a brand new 1,800 square foot brick building that includes a room with en suite over the garages that would make an ideal annexe or work from home space.
A very spacious floor to vaulted ceiling reception hall has a cloakroom off and a solid Oak staircase rising to the first floor. The large living room leads off the reception hall with a good size media room off there. Both rooms have full width bi-fold doors to take advantage of the outside space that they overlook. The large living kitchen is accessed off the other side of the reception hall and is beautifully fitted and fully equipped. There is a spacious utility room off the kitchen that is fully fitted and has a second cloakroom and a cupboard for the central heating system off. The kitchen also has full width bi-fold doors that overlook the garden and open countryside beyond.
The first floor offers five double bedrooms with three en suites and a family bathroom. All of the sanitary ware is of the best quality with generously tiled walls and floors.
The property has the benefit of gas fired underfloor central heating throughout and is fully double glazed throughout.
Externally there is generous off road parking in front of the triple width garage and the gardens include extensive landscaping.
The plot extends to approximately 3.3 acres with the majority being a large paddock enclosed by post and rail fencing.
Twinwood Farm Barn is a little over one mile from the village of Clapham with its full range of facilities and just under three miles from Bedford’s mainline railway station that offers fast and frequent services to the capital and beyond.
There is also easy access to Bedford’s main infrastructure allowing access to the A6 heading north and the A421 that links the M1 with the A1.
Nearby Bedford offers extensive shopping and recreational opportunities with schooling of excellent standards in both the private and state sectors well served.

Map & Nearby

Location Summary

Clapham, Ravensden, Renhold, Wilden, Bolnhurst & Keysoe


To the north of Bedford, along the A6, sits the village of Clapham which dates back as an agricultural village from before the Norman Conquest.

Home to Bedford County Golf Club it is within easy reach of Bedford’s amenities and the large Aldi and Sainsbury’s to the north of Bedford.

It has a post office, Tesco Express, pubs, village hall and served by a mobile library.

There is a primary school – Ursula Taylor Church of England Primary School and two churches, one of which – the Church of St Thomas of Canterbury –is a grade 1 listed building.



Ravensden and Wilden are rural villages that sit to the east of Clapham. Ravensden borders Mowsbury Park and has a primary school, pub, village hall and church.

Wilden (with a population of under 400 in the last census) has a Church of England Primary School situated next to a 14th century Church of St Nicholas.

A pretty brook - South Brook -runs through the village and the village pub has recently reopened with a pub garden that backs on to the brook.

South of Wilden is Renhold, which, like many Bedfordian villages consists of a small number of hamlets.

These have recently been added to with new housing developments. With two churches, pub, post office, Renhold Primary School, the village hall provides a base for a variety of social clubs including Bridge, WI and Line Dancing.

Bolnhurst about 7 miles north of Bedford sits between Bedford and Kimbolton, a key attraction is The Plough pub housed in a 17th century Jacobean building.

The village also hosts an annual Country Fayre with traditional tractors and cars. North of Bolnhurst, Keysoe hosted equestrian training teams for the 2012 Olympics and Para Olympics in The College Equestrian Centre.

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