A private and exclusive gated development of 30 luxury apartments. Built by the renowned Westfields Homes known for both luxury and attention to detail. Right in the heart of town, conveniently located in arguably the most central position in Bedford, a London commuter hotspot just 37 mins to St Pancras.
Located in Bedfordshire in the East of England, Bedford has a population of 81,635 although the town lies at the heart of a larger urban area and borough, which can call on a population of over 150,000 residents. As Bedford is the northernmost stop on the Thameslink, it is still regarded as a commuter town that is suitable for people employed in London but the town is handily located with respect to travelling across England, and beyond, with a number of major airports within easy reach.
•The Region’s Premier Developer
•Luxury Product : Exceptionally High Specification and Finish
•Town Centre Location in Bedford
•Walking Distance to High Street and Station
•Massive growth potential
•Low supply of new build, especially apartments
•Low supply of rental property
•Professionals want to live in this desirable commuter City
Prices have risen dramatically in the last 18 months due to the fast commuter links to the capital and the commuter belt becoming increasingly larger due to London property prices and it’s appreciably cheaper the further north people invest. With rental yields also on the up, Bedford is a fantastic place to invest with capital growth on the increase.
Bedford is on the Midland Main Line, with stopping services to London and Brighton operated by Thameslink, and express services to London and the East Midlands operated by East Midlands Trains.
•37 minutes to London St Pancras by train
•20 minutes to Luton Airport Parkway by train
•50 minutes to Cambridge centre by car
•30 minutes to Milton Keynes by car
SHOPPING AND LEISURE
The new Riverside North development will enhance existing shopping and entertainment facilities, with many major brands opening in the area, a new cinema, restaurants, bars and shops. Bedford is a market town with traditions dating back more than 850 years. St Paul’s Square has been the setting of a market since the 1500s, and regular events are held where vendors sell various items, including greeting cards, fresh produce, flowers and household goods and handmade items. Leisure: Bedford is home to a number of museums – including The Higgins Bedford, the John Bunywan Museum and the Panacea Museum – and art galleries. Green space: As well as a number of urban spaces an ambitious project is underway to convert the floodplain of the River Great Ouse to a riverside park. Bedford’s River Valley Park will cover more than 3.5 sq. miles, three times the size of Central Park. It will provide facilities for lake swimming, water sports, riding, with live music venues and eateries. The park started in 2009 and is expected to take 20 years to complete.
•Fully tiled floors and walls to all bathrooms.
•Roca sanitary ware
•Contemporary handle less kitchen furniture
•Granite or composite worktops
•Integrated kitchen appliances including fridge/freezer, oven,
slimline dishwasher, microwave and washer/dryer
•Tiled floor and splash-backs to kitchens
•Wood flooring to living and hallways
•Carpet to bedrooms
•Low energy down lighters throughout
•Video entry phone
•Electric Gated Entry both Pedestrian and Vehicular
•Elevator access to all floor
•Staircase linking all floor also available.
Bedford Town Centre , MK40