Located in the rural village of Yelden, Spire View is a detached family residence in a small and quiet cul de sac abutting fields. The superbly presented and meticulously kept over 1,500sqft property comprises entrance hall, spacious lounge, dining room, study, contemporary kitchen/breakfast, utility room, cloakroom, four bedrooms, an en suite shower room, and a family bathroom. The attractive frontage provides a gravel driveway and double garage, and the beautiful south-facing rear garden offers serene and secluded outdoor space with views to the church.
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Through the front door, the entrance hall welcomes you to the well-decorated and bright home, with doors into the study, dining room, lounge, kitchen/breakfast and cloakroom. The grand turning staircase leads to the first floor, and benefits from an understairs cupboard, as well as a feature arched window. The spacious and cosy lounge has a stone fireplace with wood surround, and is dual aspect with a window to the front and French doors that open out onto the rear garden. Fitted in a wide range of cream gloss units with dark wood style worktops, the kitchen includes a stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated Whirlpool oven, Siemens hob with Bosch extractor, Neff microwave, and Bosch dishwasher. There is ample space for a dining table, and the window to the rear affords a wonderful outlook over the garden. Via door is the utility room, consisting of worktop and storage, sink and drainer, space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, and access into the garage.
Across the first floor accommodation, there are four bedrooms—three doubles and a good-sized single—the en suite shower room and the family bathroom. The master bedroom delivers views over to the church spire, a full wall of built-in wardrobes, plus the fabulous coastal-style en suite comprising wc, glass bowl sink, Mira shower, and storage provisions. The third bedroom also has built-in wardrobes. The modern bathroom comprises wc, vanity sink with storage under, and panel bath with shower over and glass screen.
Approached from the close, the gravel driveway allows for off road parking and leads to the storm porch and double garage. Excess parking is available on the entrance to the cul de sac. The front garden is planted with an array of flowers, shrubs and trees to the lawn and borders. A side gate takes you to the rear garden via the oil tank enclosure and bin store. The open yet secluded south-facing garden captures sun throughout the day. It features a central ornamental pond and rockery, and abundantly stocked beds including bamboo and a beautiful blossom tree. Adjacent to the house is a gravel seating area, and to the side of the garden is a vegetable plot with space for a shed.
Yelden is a pretty Bedfordshire village encircled by countryside, with a church, and village hall used for community activities. The remains of the medieval motte and bailey Yelden Castle is a Historic England Scheduled Monument. Lower schooling is found in the nearby village of Riseley, and the village also lies within the catchment area of Sharnbrook Academy. The Harpur Trust schools are in Bedford 12.4 miles away. Other accessible private schools are in Kimbolton 7.1 miles away, Oundle 15.5 miles away, Uppingham 26.3 miles away, and Oakham 32.4 miles away. Both the M1 and A1 are easily accessible by the A45 and A14, there are regular trains from both Bedford and Wellingborough to London, and London Luton airport is approximately 40 miles away. Rushden provides local shopping within the new and extensive Rushden Lakes complex, as well as a Waitrose supermarket. There are also comprehensive shopping facilities in Bedford, Milton Keynes, and Northampton.
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