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St Marys, Kings Field

The Great Ouse Way, Biddenham, Bedfordshire, MK40 4QY

 
From £249,995
Coach House
2 bedrooms
From £339,995
Detached
3 bedrooms
From £459,995
Detached
5 bedrooms
From £537,995
Detached
5 bedrooms
From £599,995
Detached
5 bedrooms
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About St Marys, Kings Field

This exciting new development is about three miles from the county town of Bedford with its excellent transport and commuter links. Bedford has a choice of local schools, community, leisure and sports facilities and great shopping and restaurants.

At Kings Field you'll find a superb range of brand new homes, all carefully designed to suit today's lifestyles. New community facilities and a brand new lower school are also planned at Kings Field itself, along with a country park and footpaths and cycle links into town.

So if you're looking for a brand new home in a flourishing environment, your search ends here!



St Marys, Kings Field sits within Kings Field, Bedfordshire. Click here to view the Kings Field, Bedfordshire masterplan

An image of the development plan for St Marys, Kings Field


St Marys, Kings Field sits within Kings Field, Bedfordshire. Click here to view the Kings Field, Bedfordshire masterplan


Note: This plan has been produced for plot identification purposes only. Layout, individual plots, housetypes and amenities may be subject to change. For latest information, including selected plots, please contact sales advisor. Overall development layout plan correct at time of publication.


Getting around

The A4280 provides Bovis Homes at Kings Field with a direct route into Bedford, about three miles away and to the town's railway station just two miles away. From there, trains run regularly to London St Pancras, a trip of about 40 minutes. Junction 13 of the M1 is approximately 12 miles away, linking to the M25 and London to the south, or north to Milton Keynes and Northampton. Regular buses run from Biddenham to Bedford and Milton Keynes. For air travel Luton Airport is 30 miles away.

A trip to the shops

There are small convenience stores and a Sainsburys supermarket just over one mile from Kings Field. Take a ten minute drive to Bedford, a vibrant town where independent quality shops sit alongside major retailers and leading department stores. The Harpur Centre has more than 30 stores under one roof and regular markets are held in St Paul's and Harpur Squares offering gourmet foods, farmers' produce, crafts, home and garden goods. South of the centre you have the Alban and St John's Retail Parks and 16 miles away at Milton Keynes thecentre:mk has more than 100 retailers with major department stores, leisure and entertainment all under one roof.

Taking time out

Take a boat trip along the River Great Ouse from Bedford, or enjoy the town's riverside walkways and restaurants. Bedford Castle Mound and Embankment offers stunning river views. For film and fitness Aspects Leisure has a Cineworld and gym. Bedford Golf Club is only a 'drive' away from Kings Field and there's an International Athletics Stadium and rowing and kayak clubs in Bedford with water sports at Box End Park. Priory Country Park is one of three in Bedford with Green Flag Status, offering walks, wildlife, fishing, boating, play areas and bird-watching.

Education

There are three schools at Biddenham with St James' Church of England VA Lower School catering for 4 to 9-year-olds and St Gregory's RC Middle School taking pupils from 9 to 13. Biddenham Upper School and Sixth Form caters for senior pupils as does Bedford's International School and Sports College, a state comprehensive with Sports College status for 11 to 19 year olds. The Robert Bruce Middle School in Kempston caters for pupils aged nine to 13. The four independent Harpur Trust schools, Pilgrims School, Bedford School, Bedford Girls' School and Bedford Modern School offer education for pupils aged 3 months to 18 years.


This is a map of the local area
Image of the local The Great Ouse Way, Biddenham area (1),
Image of the local The Great Ouse Way, Biddenham area (2),
Image of the local The Great Ouse Way, Biddenham area (3),

From the M1 Junction 13

  • Take the A421 exit signposted Milton Keynes/Bedford/A507/Ampthill
  • Continue on the A421 for about 7 miles towards Bedford
  • Take the exit for A428 (A6) towards Northampton and Bromham
  • Continue on the A428 for about 3 miles
  • At the (7th) roundabout turn right onto the A4280 towards Bedford town centre
  • Turn left at the roundabout and turn right at the next and St Marys can be found on the left hand side.

From the A1 Junction 13

  • At the roundabout take the A421 exit towards Bedford
  • Continue on the A421 for about 10½ miles
  • Use the left lane to take the slip road to Bedford/A428/(A6) towards Northampton and Bromham and at the roundabout take the exit onto A428 (A6) towards Northampton and Bromham
  • Continue on the A428 for about 3 miles
  • At the (7th) roundabout turn right onto the A4280 towards Bedford town centre
  • Turn left at the roundabout and turn right at the next and St Marys can be found on the left hand side.
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Contact us at: St Marys, Kings Field

Sales advisor:
William & Sue
Telephone:
01234 949022
Opening times:
Thursday-Monday 10am to 5pm

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