Bedford Road, Wilstead, MK45

£650,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: d0ad2161-8574-4087-8cf5-ad3040bf6002
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Super-sleek specifications, high-quality materials throughout
  • Lutron smart lighting, underfloor heating, 3kW solar panels, EV charger
  • Schuller kitchen with Neff appliances, ballroom-like lounge with bi-fold doors
  • Five/six bedrooms, family bathroom, two en suite shower rooms
  • Garage, multi-car driveway, south-west-facing garden
  • Family-friendly location with a London connection

Property Summary

**GUIDE PRICE £650,000-£700,000**
This handsome hunk of a house has been built to ultra-high, super-sleek specifications, offering you a life of luxury in the well-connected and well-loved location of Wixams.

Full Details

**GUIDE PRICE £650,000-£700,000**


This handsome hunk of a house has been built to ultra-high, super-sleek specifications, offering you a life of luxury in the well-connected and well-loved location of Wixams.

This development of only two homes has been built by the Box Orange Property team. These passionate local builders have taken the opportunity to showcase their skills, the superior standard of what they do, and the attention to detail they’ve considered throughout. High-quality materials, such as oak doors, porcelain tiles and engineered wood flooring, have been used, and technology has been woven in, such as Lutron smart lighting and Cat 5 cabling. Going above and beyond on energy efficiency, on top of a ‘fabric-first approach’ are 3kW direct-feed solar panels, a Megaflow water tank, underfloor heating and an EV charging point. Futureproofing was at the forefront when planning. The trendy but timeless aesthetic is harmonious across all three storeys, and even sockets and switches are customisable for whatever colourway you prefer.

The kitchen is by German brand Schuller, known for standing the test of time. Concrete-effect cabinetry is topped with marbled quartz surfaces, there’s a 1810 underset sink with Franke tap, and integrated appliances are all Neff, including an induction hob, dual ovens, a full-height fridge and freezer and a dishwasher. The kitchen is open to expansive dining space, where bi-fold doors open onto the garden for bringing the outdoors in.

The main living space is more like a ballroom with its grand proportions and high ceilings. The room is beautifully bathed in light from the roof lantern, and another set of bi-fold doors extends the accommodation out onto the patio, perfect for a sunny day. Also on the ground floor is the office, which provides versatility as a play/hobby room or a sixth bedroom. The property has Fibre 2 broadband for running a business from home, and even very large families can all access the internet at once for streaming, scrolling and searching.

First to wow once inside is the oak staircase with its intricate metalwork balustrades. A second leads up to the top floor, where the master suite comprises a substantial bedroom, an en suite, and another, smaller bedroom that could be a dressing room or a nursery. The family bathroom, both en suite shower rooms and the cloakroom are fitted with premium sanitaryware. The bathroom is in a monochrome style with black JTP accents, and the en suites are in a whiter, brighter palette. Fit for a family, all five bedrooms to the first and second floors are at least a double in size.

To the outside, the plot is also family-friendly, with a garage and a block-paved driveway for everyone to park, and a garden plenty big enough for hosting parties on the patio and playing football on the lawn. It’s a quiet spot, with a tall eucalyptus behind that sounds wonderful when the breeze blows through it. Trees and/or hedging along the back boundary would add a leafier outlook and a layer of privacy, and there’s CCTV in place for security.

The site had sat unused for 50 years prior to becoming Lakeside Mews, which now stands boldly among neighbouring properties just outside of Wixams. The area is popular for a long list of reasons, from its London links, to its nearby lakes and landscapes, to its situation only a short walk from shops, schooling and services. Commuters can reach the capital quickly from either Flitwick or Bedford, with a train station at Wixams on its way, and international travel is made easy with Luton airport under 20 miles away. By car, Bedford town centre is 15 minutes away, Milton Keynes is less than half an hour away, and there are major road networks on the doorstep.

If you’re searching for a home of incredible calibre and significant size, in a position close to countryside yet convenient for the capital, you’ll fall in love with Lakeside Mews.

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