Langlands Road, Bedford, MK41

£300,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: d4e5c5c2-4afc-4ffe-a631-32a49f1560cb
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Semi-detached townhouse on a modern development
  • Contemporary kitchen, flexible lounge with fireplace
  • Three bedrooms, including expansive master to the top floor
  • Family bathroom, en suite to master, downstairs cloakroom
  • Garage, tandem driveway, low-maintenance rear garden
  • Close to countryside, amenities, the town centre and station

Property Summary

With good-sized accommodation, a low-maintenance garden, a tandem driveway and a single garage, this Putnoe property could be your first step on the ladder, your new family home, or an investment for your future. Appealing to all sorts of buyers, the house has great potential to make your mark.

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With good-sized accommodation, a low-maintenance garden, a tandem driveway and a single garage, this Putnoe property could be your first step on the ladder, your new family home, or an investment for your future. Appealing to all sorts of buyers, the house has great potential to make your mark.

Built in 2007,the home fits modern life, and there’s flexibility to the larger spaces. The lounge in particular has the option to incorporate not just a corner sofa, but both a desk and a dining table too. The ability for multiple uses is handy for homeworkers to set up their workspace, as well as households with children to eat as a family at the table. The house often sees guests come over for dinner, with authentic Italian pasta sauces served, homemade in this very kitchen.

The kitchen is fitted in contemporary grey cabinetry with co-ordinating laminate worktops. There’s enough storage for pots and pans, dishes and ingredients, and plenty of surfacing for tea-making and a toaster, a coffee machine and an air fryer. There’s an integrated double oven, induction hob and extractor hood, an inset stainless steel sink and drainer, plus space for a fridge/freezer and a washing machine. Being separate from the lounge, you can shut the door on the washing up while you watch TV in the lounge.

When purchasing in 2017, the owner was most drawn to the property by the expansive top-floor suite. It’s private up here, white and bright, and Velux windows to both the front and back bring in lots of natural light. There’s a cosy nook for reading in an armchair, and a bank of mirror-fronted wardrobes for loads of hanging space. The en suite is again white and bright, with chequerboardflooring for a monochrome touch.

To the first floor are the two remaining bedrooms and the family bathroom. Bedroom two is a generous double with a storage cupboard, and bedroom three is a generous single. The bathroom is neutral with a three-piece white suite, and there’s also a cloakroom downstairs.

Coming outside, the plot is at the end of a small turning, with the driveway and garage to the side. The road has communal parking, and the garage has power for charging EVs if needed. To the rear, the garden is easy to maintain. French doors from the lounge open onto a full-width patio, and there’s a small lawn and slate beds beyond that. There’s opportunity to add planting as desired, and there’s space for a shed to store gardening tools. Enclosed by fencing, there’s a gate to the driveway for coming in round the back, with outdoor lighting to lead the way.

As for location, the property is well placed for convenience, connection and countryside. The development is close to retail parks, industrial parks and supermarkets for shopping and services, greenspace for quick dogwalks, and parks for afterschool slides and swings. The neighbouring village of Renhold offers routes for hiking and biking, plus Pells Farm Shop and the Polhill Arms pub. The nearest schools are Renhold and Putnoe primaries and Mark Rutherford secondary.

Being on the edge of Bedford itself, it’s a short drive or bus ride into town, where there’s an eclectic mix of cafés, restaurants, bars and pubs, as well as activities, entertainment and events for all ages. Bedford has a mainline station with fast, frequent services into both Milton Keynes and London, and  has road networks such as the A421, A428 and A6.

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