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Contemporary Living at Winton Wharf, Biggleswade

No matter your lifestyle, Winton Wharf has a property to match. Everything is made to feel modern and spacious, with two-bedroom properties having fitted wardrobes in the master bedroom and a large family bathroom.

Three-bedroom properties also offer fitted master bedroom wardrobes and an en-suite. Several of the townhouses include a second shower room or en-suite. Flexible living space pans out across four floors with three double bedrooms and built-in or separate garages on the ground floor. Some plots are also available with open-plan kitchens and balconies.

A stand-out feature of the Winton Wharf development is the generous size of its properties. The semi-detached homes have floor space of between 1500 to 1800 square feet, which is the typical size of a detached property!
Kitchens in all properties are fitted with contemporary-style units and stylish stainless steel and chrome finishes – which can also be seen in the bathrooms and en-suites. A washer dryer, fridge-freezer and dishwasher are all included as standard, along with a double oven.

Residents will benefit from allocated off-street parking, external property lighting, landscaped enclosed rear gardens and family patios, some with the added advantage of backing on to the River Ivel.

Market Town Location

Biggleswade is on track to become one of Bedfordshire’s most sought-after market town locations, with £70 million being invested into regenerating local education and the transport infrastructure alongside exciting new property developments offering excellent housing opportunities.

Winton Wharf is one such example, an exclusive collection of 20 two-bedroom cottages and three-bedroom townhouses, close to the idyllic location of the River Ivel. An additional 10 apartments will also be made available for rent or shared ownership via a local housing association.

The development with its outstanding river views brings residents into the heart of the countryside while keeping them connected to professional commitments and social outings in the capital. London Kings Cross is a short, 36-minute journey direct from Biggleswade Station, with Peterborough 35 minutes away and Stevenage accessible in just 12 minutes.

Journey times via car are just as easy, with the nearby A1 Hill Lane roundabout linking to London and the M25 to the South, and Peterborough and the Midlands to the North.

The Local Area

The town is famous for its two weekly markets that began life in the 12th century; the smaller Tuesday Market offering plants, giftware and clothing, while the traditional Town Market which takes place on Saturdays showcases local produce, latest fashions, giftware, cut flowers and more.

Closer to the town centre you’ll find everything from local pubs to independent cafés and well-known pizza outlets, along with a local butcher, bakery and hardware store. There’s a wonderful community feel to the area that is attracting buyers looking beyond London for more affordable homes.

Biggleswade also has an excellent gym at the Saxon Pool & Leisure Centre, with a range of fitness classes and activities available, including an indoor swimming pool which welcomes people of all ages. John O’Gaunt Golf Club is on-hand for those eager to improve their handicap.

There’s plenty of surrounding countryside and open spaces to explore, including the Biggleswade Green Wheel for walking and cycling, Biggleswade Common, which features over 300 acres of beautiful land and a local nature reserve. A must-do visit is to the Franklin Recreation Ground which sits on the banks of the River Ivel, perfect for an afternoon with the children in the play area.

Call the Satchells Residential team on 01767 313256 or email satchells@biggleswade.co.uk  for more details on this exciting new development.
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