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Roxton Road, GREAT BARFORD, Beds
Sold - subject to contract

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A superb 19th Century Grade II listed family home, set in some 10 acres of mature gardens and grounds, is of grand proportions with a striking and unique façade enhanced by the imposing presence of the four storey tower at the front centre of the house. The village of Great Barford sits surrounded by open countryside and farmland in the county of Bedfordshire just a few miles North-East of Bedford, and is mentioned in the Doomsday book as an important site, probably as a means of crossing the River Great Ouse that skirts the village, and is well known for its All Saints Church with 15th Century tower and its similarly ancient bridge. The rural surroundings and historic buildings make it a favoured destination for canoeing, angling and picnics. The village also benefits a post office/general store, doctors surgery, public houses and restaurants.
£1,750,000

Bedrooms

5

Bathrooms

1

Receptions

4

Other rooms

1

Garages

1

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