Middleway, Kempston, MK43

£550,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 8fe2a29a-f4a4-4f99-aa07-abd44e4b5023
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Forever family home on a private road in Kempston Rural
  • Open-plan kitchen/dining room, large lounge with fireplace
  • All-important utility room and separate home office
  • Four double bedrooms, bathroom, en suite and cloakroom
  • Substantial plot, with gardens, driveway and garage
  • Walk to school and supermarket, on the doorstep of countryside

Property Summary

Your forever home awaits here, with fantastic square footage, four double bedrooms, a substantial garden, a garage, and in a private Kempston Rural location on the edge of this family-friendly town.

Full Details

Your forever home awaits here, with fantastic square footage, four double bedrooms, a substantial garden, a garage, and in a private Kempston Rural location on the edge of this family-friendly town.

When the owners purchased the property brand new back in 2014, their family had just grown from two to three. With futureproofing in mind, this large, detached residence was perfect, with superb space both inside and out.

For starters, the entrance hall allows for the afterschool rush, with matting for muddy shoes, and an understairs storage cupboard to tidy them away. The lounge is big and bright, with a fireplace for that cosy feel, dual aspects for bringing in daylight, and double doors into the dining room.

The open-plan kitchen/dining room is expansive, and this presents a family a hub to hang out, eat together and entertain. On warm days, there’s instant access into the garden through French doors, and lots of light can come in through dual aspects. The kitchen is fitted in a wide range of cabinetry, with a dark woodgrain effect, and topped with ample cream quartz surfacing. The peninsular has bar seating, and the wine fridge is underneath. Integrated appliances include a five-ring gas hob, a double oven, a fridge/freezer and a dishwasher, and there’s a Rangemaster sink with a pull-out tap.

As well as generous accommodation, there are areas that are important to any 21st century family. The office is secluded to one corner, offering focus when needed, and there’s a utility room off the kitchen, where you can shut the door on noisy appliances.

As a now five-strong family, the upstairs accommodation more than fits the owners’ needs. Everyone has a big bedroom, two of which have fitted wardrobes, and there’s both a four-piece bathroom and an en suite shower room, saving queues in the mornings and keeping kids’ bath toys separate. There’s also a cloakroom downstairs. The deep airing cupboard on the landing has been much appreciated for storage and for drying clothes quickly and out of the way.

Adding even more advantage, the owners purchased some of the neighbouring garden, increasing their plot greatly, and giving them abundant outdoor space. For a family, you could have a play area to one portion, and a parents’ garden to the other. There’s plenty of space for equipment such as a climbing frame and a trampoline, there’s a patio for sitting outside in the sun, and there are borders of flowers, shrubs and trees. The garden is secure and enclosed for little ones and furry friends, with a gate between front and back. The front has the single garage and the block-paved driveway, and a lawn with potential for more parking (stp). There’s road parking opposite the house too.

Middleway is a cul de sac of only nine executive homes, and its residents have formed a small community, with a WhatsApp group for updates. The property’s position provides the best of both, with countryside and the river on the doorstep, a supermarket and Ofsted ‘Good’ schooling within a five-minute walk, as well as easy access into the town centre on the other side of the A6. Kempston has a variety of amenities, with places to eat and drink, to pick up essentials, and to play. Addison Howard Park has sports pitches, a skatepark and an outdoor gym, and there’s a swimming pool and a library in the town too.

The county town of Bedford lies just a couple of miles north of Kempston, and here there’s a mainline station for convenient commuting into London, an array of retail and restaurants, alongside the beloved parks and the Harpur Trust schools. Milton Keynes city centre is around 20 minutes away, and there are days out for the family locally such as Woburn Safari and Wrest Park. 

Kempston Rural could be your new neighbourhood, and Middleway your forever home.

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