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The Sidings, Bedford
Offers in Excess of £165,000

Sold STC
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  • Vacant Possession
  • Freehold not leasehold
  • Located in courtyard development
  • Spacious open plan living & dining area with skylight window
  • New Kitchen & newly decorated throughout
  • Own Entrance
  • First Floor Accommodation
  • Garage
  • Garden

Venture Residential are delighted to offer for sale this rarely available 2 bedroomed ‘coach house’ located in the popular Cauldwell Ward of Bedford just South of Bedford town centre and Ouse River with its attractive walks. The property has recently undergone some refurbishment to include a well presented newly fitted kitchen and decoration throughout. Located in a small courtyard development off any main road this deceptively spacious light and airy property benefits from a single garage at ground floor located next to a private entrance to the living accommodation which is located totally on the first floor via a staircase. As a further attraction the current owner has purchased the Freehold of the property which includes a strip of garden to the rear. Viewing of this property is highly recommended. Please note the property is being offered with vacant possession. The accommodation comprises: Entrance: Glass panelled external door leading to small entrance lobby with stairs to first floor accommodation: Lounge/Diner: 5.11m x 3.61m ( 16’9” x 11’10”) at widest points. A light and airy well apportioned room benefiting from a Skylight window and laminate flooring. Opening to: Kitchen: 2.94m x 1.93m ( 9’8” x 6’4” ).Newly fitted to three walls in modern ‘Cappuccino’ coloured units with contrasting worktop wrapping around to include single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and inset electric hob with oven below and curved glass & stainless steel extractor above. Recess and plumbing for washing machine/dishwasher and further space for fridge/freezer. Benefitting from a skylight Dorma style window giving natural light to this area. Bedroom 1: 3.9m x 2.99m ( 12’10” x 9’10” ). Double bedroom with 2 fitted single wardrobes. Door to: En-Suite: 2.71m x 1.12m (8’11” x 3’6”). Comprising fitted shower cubicle, low level wc & pedestal wash hand basin. Skylight window. Bedroom 2: 3.71m x 2.02m ( 12’2” x 6’8” at narrowest point). Bathroom: 2.04m x 1.93m ( 6’8” x 6’4” ). Comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment above, low level wc & pedestal wash hand basin. Complimentary splash tiling. Skylight window. Outside: Garage ( single ) - beside front entrance with metal up and over door. Power & light. Garden - Lawned area strip located to rear of property. Council Tax: Band B Current Annual Management charge: £301 Per Annum Area: Cauldwell, otherwise known as St John’s, sits south of the Great River Ouse and is named after Cauldwell Priory which dates back to 1238. During the 19th century when Bedford transformed into an engineering centre, many industries were located in Cauldwell but post WW2 the area was developed residentially. Bedford Hospital is located within Cauldwell close to Bedford St John’s train station. Amongst local shops there is a large Morrisons on Ampthill Road. Two Primary Schools – Shackleton Primary and Cauldwell School – are situated in the Ward, with secondary education offered by Bedford Academy in nearby Kingsbrook. Various places of worship and two community centres also serve the neighbourhood. Kingsbrook to the east of Cauldwell runs across to Priory Country Park and down to the south of Bedford and the A421. The area was developed in the 20th century although evidence that suggests settlements as far back as late Neolithic or bronze age. Population wise it is the largest Ward in Bedford encompassing Fenlake and Silver Jubilee neighbourhoods, Priory Business Park and Cambridge Road industrial Estate. St Johns Retail Park on Rope Walk includes large chains Homesense, Halfords, HobbyCraft and Dunelm with a large Tesco Superstore on Cardington Road. Sitting next to Tesco is the popular Oasis Swimming Pool and on Mile Road the Bunyan Centre is a leisure centre offering a wide variety of classes and facilities for the south of Bedford. The Ward has one primary school - King’s Oak Primary - formed in 2014, with secondary education served by Bedford Academy which draws pupils from across Bedford.

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The Sidings
Bedford MK42 9NE
County: Bedfordshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00002690

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