A large family home, accessed via electronic gates and occupying a plot of approximately a third of an acre. The location allows for quick and easy access the A421, Bedford and Milton Keynes.
This well planned home was built in 2002 and is being sold for the first time since the current owners moved in.
Aspley House is a property that will appeal to families who want good space both inside and out and one that is well located for access to both Bedford's town centre and mainline railway station and also to Bedford's excellent road network.
An enclosed entrance porch opens in to a spacious reception hall that has the principle rooms of the house leading directly from it. A large kitchen/breakfast room is situated at the front of the property with a utility room adjacent. Further reception rooms include a separate dining room, currently used as a family den, a study and a large living room that takes full advantage of views over the rear garden beyond. There is also a cloakroom.
The first floor includes a good size galleried landing, a master bedroom with a full en suite, a guest room with an en suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and a generous single bedroom. There is also a family bathroom with a corner bath and a separate shower.
Additional benefits include gas fired central heating and full PVCu double glazing.
Externally the property sits well back from the road behind a lightly wooded area and has a driveway leading to the side and the detached double width garage. The rear garden is fully landscaped and laid to lawn with a variety of specimen trees and shrubs.
Biddenham is a picturesque village located just west of Bedford's town centre with local facilities to include a Public House, village hall and sports ground which cater for cricket, tennis and rugby.
Extensive shopping facilities are available both in Bedford and in Milton Keynes with its covered shopping centre.
The village also has its own schools whilst Bedford boasts The Harpur Trust private schools as well as other independent schools.
Bedford railway station is a little over a mile away providing the Midland Mainline and Thameslink services to London St Pancras, the city and beyond. Good road links north and south via the A421, connecting the A1 at the Black Cat roundabout to the M1 at Junction 13, are also available.
It could be possible to create your own private entrance from the highway, subject to local authority approval. Should this be of particular importance to a purchaser, they should take appropriate advice prior to committing to purchase.
Energy Efficiency Rating D
Council Tax Band G
Property ref: 219_25_4546608