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Rarely available two double bedroomed house, close to Bedford town centre and mainline train station, hurry register your interest now to avoid disappointment
We are delighted to be working in partnership with WN Developments who are a family run construction company. This brand new 2 double bedroomed house is located off Palgrave Road which lies off Kempston Road directly opposite Bedford Hospital. The property comprises of entrance hall with doors and stairs rising to the first floor. The ground floor consists of the contemporary kitchen with window to front aspect, cloakroom, separate lounge diner with doors to rear aspect which opens onto the private garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom servicing both bedrooms. Outside is private rear garden and allocated parking space. The property comes with no chain.. Viewings are strictly by appointment only. If you have any questions about this property or development please dont hesitate in contacting one of our friendly members of our team.
WN Developments are proud to have launched their latest development in Bedford Britannia Gate. This follows on from the popular Omega Riverside apartment scheme which has now sold out. Britannia Gate is located just off Kempston Road on the site of the former Britannia Iron Works factory which opened in 1859 and closed its doors for the last time in 1932. The only remaining reference to the factory is the grade II listed Gate House which still stands today and is a constant reminder of the rich history of Bedford.
Britannia Gate is centrally positioned and located directly opposite Bedford Hospital, within walkable distance to both the Mainline Railway Station and town centre. The development will consist of a total of 206 new homes ranging from 2 bedroom houses and apartments to 3 and 4 bedroom family homes, some with en-suites and garages, but all built with the customer in mind.
Located in a prime position in central Bedford this exciting development offers easy access to Bedford Town Centre, the Cultural Quarter, and river walks along the Embankment. Bedford Main line railway station is within a short walking distance, offering a fast service to London, St. Pancras, and Kings Cross. Major road ways are also accessible to Cambridge, Milton Keynes and northwards towards Peterborough. The Main Bedford South Wing Hospital lies directly opposite the development, and is a major employer in the Bedford area.
The new river bridge constructed on the site will give pedestrian and cyclist access to the opposite bank of the river allowing superb river walks, and fast pedestrian access to the Station. General Gillespie Garibaldi came to Bedford after achieving fame as one of the leaders of the Italian peoples liberation movement in 1864 and the new bridge will display a plaque commemorating this Italian hero who had a keen interest in the new technology of steam powered ploughing originating on the Britannia Works.
WN Developments are a family run business established in 1987, a sister company of William Neville & Sons, a market leader in Irish construction industry (www.williamneville.ie) WN Development have a long standing reputation for both integrity and professionalism and this can be attributed to each Director active involvement in the day to day running of each of their developments from construction to handover to the customer.
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