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Chew Meadow, Biggleswade, SG18

Ensum Brown offer for sale this 2019 semi-detached home in Biggleswade, with remaining NHBC building warranty, open-plan living, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage/gym, and a driveway
3 Bedrooms
2 Receptions
2 Bathrooms
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Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this stunning 2019 semi-detached family home in the up and coming town of Biggleswade. This property enjoys show-home condition, with remaining NHBC building warranty, a cloakroom WC, an open-plan kitchen/diner with integrated appliances, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a storage garage/home gym, an enclosed garden, and a driveway for 2 cars.

This beautiful 2019 semi-detached property enjoys an attractive modern frontage, and borders of plants and shrubs. Upon stepping inside, the entrance hallway is bright, welcoming and nicely decorated, alluding to the high standard seen throughout. There is LVT flooring, pendant lighting, integrated storage, stairs to the first floor, and doors through to the downstairs living space, including a cloakroom WC.

The kitchen/dining room is wonderfully open-plan, benefiting from windows and double French doors to a rear aspect, a range of modern base and wall units, Granite worktops, LVT flooring, inset, undercounter and kickboard LED lighting, an integrated double oven, fridge/freezer, gas hob, extractor hood and dishwasher, and space for a large dining setting, storage furniture, and further kitchen appliances. 

The lounge is an excellent size, enjoying a bay window to a front aspect, a window to a side aspect, plush carpets, pendant lighting, and ample space for a variety of lounge and storage furniture.

Upstairs to the first floor, this lovely home continues to offer impressive accommodation, with 3 well-proportioned bedrooms, integrated storage and wardrobes, and a family bathroom, comprising a bath with an overhead shower, a WC, a hand wash basin and a heated towel rail. The master bedroom also benefits from its own en-suite, with a shower, WC and sink. 

Outside, to the rear, the garden is a very good size, fully enclosed by fencing and offering a lovely spot to sit and relax in the sunshine. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with a paved patio providing space for garden furniture, cooking meals al fresco and entertaining guests. There is plenty of scope for owners to put their own stamp on things, and there is access through to the home gym in the garage which can also be a great home office.

Contact Ensum Brown today to arrange a private viewing appointment.

Agents Note
Estate Fee: £187 per annum

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Location - Biggleswade
Biggleswade is a vibrant and well-connected town in Bedfordshire, situated on the River Ivel, approximately 11 miles southeast of Bedford, 25 miles from Cambridge, and 45 miles from London. Biggleswade Railway Station provides easy access into London offering just a 35 minute travel time!

The town is known for its historical landmarks, such as St. Andrew's Church, an impressive building with parts dating back to the 14th century. The church hosts regular services and community events, serving as a central part of the town's community life. The town also boasts the Shuttleworth Collection, which features historical aeroplanes and hosts regular airshows, and Jordans Mill, a beautifully restored Victorian mill offering gardens and a café. Nearby, the Swiss Garden offers a peaceful retreat with beautifully maintained gardens and structures from the early 19th century. For nature enthusiasts, the RSPB The Lodge nature reserve provides walking trails and the opportunity to spot local wildlife.

Biggleswade is well-equipped with amenities that cater to daily needs, including a multitude of shops, a retail park with high street names such as M&S, Next, Boots and more, supermarkets, and local businesses, as well as leisure facilities like the Saxon Pool and Leisure Centre. For dining and socialising, the town offers a selection of pubs and restaurants throughout the town, particularly around the High Street and Market Square. Biggleswade used to be a brewing town, with Greene King Brewery based where the Asda supermarket now stands.

The town offers a selection of schools, providing education from the primary level up to secondary, and healthcare is readily available with local GP practices and dental services. There are various clubs and activities available for all ages, including sports teams, hobbyist clubs, and community groups that meet regularly. Some of these include the Biggleswade Athletic Club, the Biggleswade Tennis Club, the Biggleswade Amateur Dramatic Society, and lots of gardening and allotment associations. There are various activities for children, including clubs for music, dance, drama, and various sports. There are also groups like Guides and Scouts available for young people.

If you’re looking to purchase in the area, we highly recommend giving this vibrant town a visit!

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