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3 bedroom  House for sale
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£485,000
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3 bedroom House for sale
Walsworth Road, Hitchin, SG4
**No Chain** GREAT NEWS, WE ARE FULLY OPERATIONAL AND VIEWINGS ARE TAKING PLACE - AS PER THE GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES. This period property is located a stones throw away from the train station and a short walk from the town centre. Internally offering two spacious reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, family bathroom, w/c and 3 spacious bedrooms. Outside you will find off road parking to the front and a good sized garden to the rear. Hitchin is a historic bustling market Town with a wealth of character and the imposing Gothic St. Marys Church at its centre. There are a wide range of exclusive boutiques as well as the usual high street nationwide brands. Major Transport links are close by with Hitchins Mainline Railway Station being only 30 minutes from London's Kings Cross and the A1M close by. EPC GRADE E.
3 bedroom Semi Detached House for sale
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£379,995
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3 bedroom Semi Detached House for sale
Old Street, Clevedon, BS21
A beautifully refurbished 3-bedroom semi-detached Victorian home in the popular seaside town of Clevedon. Offering buyers a light and bright open-plan kitchen/diner with dual aspect sash windows and stunning new kitchen featuring solid oak worktops. Three upstairs bedrooms include two doubles, one with original fireplace and a stunning bathroom with feature fittings. EPC GRADE D.
3 bedroom  House for sale
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£315,000
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3 bedroom House for sale
Baddeley Close, Stevenage, SG2
**NO CHAIN** A larger than average 3 bedroom end of terraced family home located in a cul de sac location. The property comprises of a spacious living room, kitchen, large utility room, 3 good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside you will find a large well kept rear garden and a a driveway for several cars to the front. EPC Grade E. Stevenage has an Old Town and New Town, with a traditional High Street and pedestrian shopping precinct. The Stevenage Leisure Park has a bowling alley, choice of eating establishments and a multiplex cinema. Stevenage also has the Gordon Craig Theatre between the Town and the mainline railway station which has fast links to London's Kings Cross. The A1M has two Stevenage junctions 7 and 8 with access to the North and South.
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2 bedroom  House for sale
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£300,000
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2 bedroom House for sale
Torquay Crescent, Stevenage, SG1
**Old Town Location** A beautifully presented, larger than average 2 bedroom home located a short stroll away from Old Town high street. The property comprises of a spacious entrance hall, Good sized living room, kitchen/dining room with plenty of natural light, cloakroom, 2 double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The entire property has been beautifully refurbished since the current owners moved in and is offered in fantastic condition. Outside you will find a good sized low maintenance rear garden and a smaller front garden. Communal resident parking is located to the rear. Stevenage has an Old Town and New Town, with a traditional High Street and pedestrian shopping precinct. The Stevenage Leisure Park has a bowling alley, choice of eating establishments and a multiplex cinema. Stevenage also has the Gordon Craig Theatre between the Town and the mainline railway station which has fast links to London's Kings Cross. The A1M has two Stevenage junctions 7 and 8 with access to the North and South.
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£280,000
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2 bedroom House for sale
Davy Drive, Shefford, SG17
A 2 bedroom modern home located in a peaceful area of Shefford. Perfect for a first time buyer so someone looking to downsize. The property comprises of an entrance hall, cloakroom/wc, kitchen, a spacious living room, 2 double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The entire property is offered in good condition. Outside you will find 2 allocated parking spaces to the front and a good sized garden to the rear. EPC Grade B. Shefford is a lovely small market town with many advantages for those that live there, it is situated in Bedfordshire approximately fifty miles north of London midway between the A1 and the M1 motorways. Shefford has two rail lines within easy reach an excellent bus service to Hitchin and Bedford. It has a variety of shops and has its own industrial estate and starter units. The Banks and Taylor Micro brewery produces some interesting real ales which are served in one of its own pubs in the town. The town also caters for many culinary tastes with pub food, several restaurants and takeaways.
3 bedroom  House for sale
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£279,950
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3 bedroom House for sale
Tedder Avenue, Henlow, SG16
Introducing The Buttercup. A great family home with some fantastic features. The L shape lounge/diner benefits from dual aspect windows so is always bright and airy. The kitchen is a nice size and the utility room is a lot larger than average. Upstairs three generous bedrooms are available with plenty of storage. EPC grade D. Not to be missed is this very much anticipated launch of great value, lightly refurbished with further enhancement potential, three Bedroom Homes. Mayflower Park, near Henlow. Prices From £269,950. Mayflower Park is situated near the River Ivel and is set amongst the beautiful landscape of rural Bedfordshire. The nearby village of Henlow is believed to derive from the old English ‘henna hlaw’, or ‘hill frequented by wild birds’, and the village reflects this name as it is surrounded by stretches of Bedfordshire countryside, ideally suited for rambling and country walks. Mayflower Park is well served by a range of schools, with Derwent Lower School adjacent to the development. Located a short drive away is a post office and surgery. Local pub The Bird in Hand is a ten minute walk away, which also serves as a B&B and is well suited to accommodate visiting family and friends. Another Well-regarded local pub, The Crown, a country Inn with an Inglenook fireplace and exposed beams, is just 1.5 miles away, offering modern British food and real ales. Golfers will find an abundance of good local courses, with Mount Pleasant Golf Club and Letchworth Golf Club a five and 15 minute drive away respectively. At the weekend nearby attractions include the luxurious Champneys Health Spa, less than three miles away, and The Lodge Nature Reserve, which offers a peaceful day out for the family. Residents benefit from excellent local road and rail transport connections. Arlesey Station, which offers commuters a direct train service to London King’s Cross in less than 40 minutes, is a five minute drive from the development. The A1, which provides extensive access to London and The North, is six miles away. The village is also located approximately five miles from Hitchin, which offers a range of amenities including superstores and outlets, as well as wider cultural attractions including an historic 15th century church and the Rhythms of The World festival, an annual event which celebrates world music. The historic market town of Biggleswade is only 6.5 miles away along with the larger town of Bedford just 14 miles distance to the North West. For enquiries please email Sales@mayflowerpark.co.uk Agents Note Management fee applies, ask for more information.
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3 bedroom Semi Detached House for sale
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3 bedroom Semi Detached House for sale
Tedder Avenue, Henlow, SG16
Introducing The Foxglove. This lovely style property features are large lounge/diner that stretches along the rear of the property and overlooks the garden. A separate utility/boot room to the side offers flexibility with an added entrance for those families with young children or dogs to save those muddy prints in the hallway. Three good size bedrooms and a bathroom complete the first floor. EPC grade D. Not to be missed is this very much anticipated launch of great value, lightly refurbished with further enhancement potential, three Bedroom Homes. Mayflower Park, near Henlow. Prices From £269,950. Mayflower Park is situated near the River Ivel and is set amongst the beautiful landscape of rural Bedfordshire. The nearby village of Henlow is believed to derive from the old English ‘henna hlaw’, or ‘hill frequented by wild birds’, and the village reflects this name as it is surrounded by stretches of Bedfordshire countryside, ideally suited for rambling and country walks. Mayflower Park is well served by a range of schools, with Derwent Lower School adjacent to the development. Located a short drive away is a post office and surgery. Local pub The Bird in Hand is a ten minute walk away, which also serves as a B&B and is well suited to accommodate visiting family and friends. Another Well-regarded local pub, The Crown, a country Inn with an Inglenook fireplace and exposed beams, is just 1.5 miles away, offering modern British food and real ales. Golfers will find an abundance of good local courses, with Mount Pleasant Golf Club and Letchworth Golf Club a five and 15 minute drive away respectively. At the weekend nearby attractions include the luxurious Champneys Health Spa, less than three miles away, and The Lodge Nature Reserve, which offers a peaceful day out for the family. Residents benefit from excellent local road and rail transport connections. Arlesey Station, which offers commuters a direct train service to London King’s Cross in less than 40 minutes, is a five minute drive from the development. The A1, which provides extensive access to London and The North, is six miles away. The village is also located approximately five miles from Hitchin, which offers a range of amenities including superstores and outlets, as well as wider cultural attractions including an historic 15th century church and the Rhythms of The World festival, an annual event which celebrates world music. The historic market town of Biggleswade is only 6.5 miles away along with the larger town of Bedford just 14 miles distance to the North West. For enquiries please email Sales@mayflowerpark.co.uk Agents Note Management fee applies, ask for more information.
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3 bedroom  House for sale
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£269,950
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3 bedroom House for sale
Whittle Close, Henlow, SG16
Introducing The Buttercup. A great family home with some fantastic features. The L shape lounge/diner benefits from dual aspect windows so is always bright and airy. The kitchen is a nice size and the utility room is a lot larger than average. Upstairs three generous bedrooms are available with plenty of storage. EPC grade D. Not to be missed is this very much anticipated launch of great value, lightly refurbished with further enhancement potential, three Bedroom Homes. Mayflower Park, near Henlow. Prices From £269,950. Mayflower Park is situated near the River Ivel and is set amongst the beautiful landscape of rural Bedfordshire. The nearby village of Henlow is believed to derive from the old English ‘henna hlaw’, or ‘hill frequented by wild birds’, and the village reflects this name as it is surrounded by stretches of Bedfordshire countryside, ideally suited for rambling and country walks. Mayflower Park is well served by a range of schools, with Derwent Lower School adjacent to the development. Located a short drive away is a post office and surgery. Local pub The Bird in Hand is a ten minute walk away, which also serves as a B&B and is well suited to accommodate visiting family and friends. Another Well-regarded local pub, The Crown, a country Inn with an Inglenook fireplace and exposed beams, is just 1.5 miles away, offering modern British food and real ales. Golfers will find an abundance of good local courses, with Mount Pleasant Golf Club and Letchworth Golf Club a five and 15 minute drive away respectively. At the weekend nearby attractions include the luxurious Champneys Health Spa, less than three miles away, and The Lodge Nature Reserve, which offers a peaceful day out for the family. Residents benefit from excellent local road and rail transport connections. Arlesey Station, which offers commuters a direct train service to London King’s Cross in less than 40 minutes, is a five minute drive from the development. The A1, which provides extensive access to London and The North, is six miles away. The village is also located approximately five miles from Hitchin, which offers a range of amenities including superstores and outlets, as well as wider cultural attractions including an historic 15th century church and the Rhythms of The World festival, an annual event which celebrates world music. The historic market town of Biggleswade is only 6.5 miles away along with the larger town of Bedford just 14 miles distance to the North West. For enquiries please email Sales@mayflowerpark.co.uk Agents Note Management fee applies, ask for more information.
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3 bedroom  House for sale
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£259,950
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3 bedroom House for sale
Whittle Close, Henlow, SG16
Not to be missed is this very much anticipated launch of great value, lightly refurbished with further enhancement potential, three Bedroom Homes. Mayflower Park, near Henlow. Prices From £259,950. Mayflower Park is situated near the River Ivel and is set amongst the beautiful landscape of rural Bedfordshire. The nearby village of Henlow is believed to derive from the old English ‘henna hlaw’, or ‘hill frequented by wild birds’, and the village reflects this name as it is surrounded by stretches of Bedfordshire countryside, ideally suited for rambling and country walks. Mayflower Park is well served by a range of schools, with Derwent Lower School adjacent to the development. Located a short drive away is a post office and surgery. Local pub The Bird in Hand is a ten minute walk away, which also serves as a B&B and is well suited to accommodate visiting family and friends. Another Well-regarded local pub, The Crown, a country Inn with an Inglenook fireplace and exposed beams, is just 1.5 miles away, offering modern British food and real ales. Golfers will find an abundance of good local courses, with Mount Pleasant Golf Club and Letchworth Golf Club a five and 15 minute drive away respectively. At the weekend nearby attractions include the luxurious Champneys Health Spa, less than three miles away, and The Lodge Nature Reserve, which offers a peaceful day out for the family. Residents benefit from excellent local road and rail transport connections. Arlesey Station, which offers commuters a direct train service to London King’s Cross in less than 40 minutes, is a five minute drive from the development. The A1, which provides extensive access to London and The North, is six miles away. The village is also located approximately five miles from Hitchin, which offers a range of amenities including superstores and outlets, as well as wider cultural attractions including an historic 15th century church and the Rhythms of The World festival, an annual event which celebrates world music. The historic market town of Biggleswade is only 6.5 miles away along with the larger town of Bedford just 14 miles distance to the North West. For enquiries please email Sales@mayflowerpark.co.uk Agents Note Management fee applies, ask for more information.
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1 bedroom  Flat for sale
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£190,000
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1 bedroom Flat for sale
Maytrees, Hitchin, SG4
GREAT NEWS, WE ARE FULLY OPERATIONAL AND VIEWINGS ARE TAKING PLACE - AS PER THE GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES. A spacious ground floor flat in a great location. This property compromises of a large bedroom, bathroom, storage room and an open plan kitchen living space. Book a viewing to not be disappointed. EPC Grade E.
2 bedroom  Flat for sale
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2 bedroom Flat for sale
Durham Road, Stevenage, SG1
** Perfect for first time buyer & investers** This 2 bedroom ground floor flat is situated at the bottom of a cul de sac location. The property comprises of 2 good sized bedrooms, a spacious living room, separate kitchen, bathroom and a good amount of storage throughout. Outside you will find plenty of communal space/gardens with resident parking situated just outside the front of the property. EPC GRADE C.. Stevenage has an Old Town and New Town, with a traditional High Street and pedestrian shopping precinct. The Stevenage Leisure Park has a bowling alley, choice of eating establishments and a multiplex cinema. Stevenage also has the Gordon Craig Theatre between the Town and the mainline railway station which has fast links to London's Kings Cross. The A1M has two Stevenage junctions 7 and 8 with access to the North and South.
1 bedroom  Flat for sale
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£170,000
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1 bedroom Flat for sale
Arlesey House, Church End, SG15
A very well presented first floor apartment, converted from the Old Rectory. The building is located in a quiet cul-de-sac close to the church and has a lovely communal garden which creates a welcoming community amongst the residents. The property itself is well proportioned with both the lounge and the bedroom being great sizes. Further benefits include the local train station is within walking distance. This fantastic apartment needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated, to book your viewing please give the office a call. A copy of the EPC will be available on request. EPC grade D. Arlesey is a popular village located to the North East of Hitchin. It boasts a High Street with many local shops. There are local schools within the village, as are churches and pubs. Transport links are very good, with Arlesey boasting it's very own train station with access to in to London. The A1(M) motorway is a 10 minute drive away.
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