Shepherds Mews - 1 bed maisonettes, Old Bridge Way, Shefford, Bedfordshire, SG17 5XB

Shepherd's Mews is a small development of new homes located within the market town of Shefford in Central Bedfordshire.

  • 1 bedroom
  • Full market value: Full market value: Full value £180,000. Purchase minimum 50% share for £90,000
  • 50% Shared ownership
    Share price: £90,000
  • Rent: £262.50
    Service charge: £72.03
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  • Property Features


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      Plot 19 floor plan

    Kitchen & Dining area
    • Contemporary cool white fitted kitchen units with grey worktops
    • Zanussi built-in single oven
    • Zanussi four ring ceramic hob
    • Zanussi stainless steel cooker hood
    • Single bowl stainless steel sink with drainer
    • Monobloc chrome single mixer tap
    • Integrated washer/dryer
    • Integrated fridge/freezer
    • Ceramic wall tiles
    • Moduleo vinyl flooring in classic oak

    • Ideal Standard white bathroom suite
    • Chrome heated towel rail
    • Glass shower screen
    • Shaver socket
    • Moduleo vinyl flooring in classic oak
    • Ceramic wall tiles

    • Double glazed UPVC windows
    • Oak veneer doors
    • BT point to lounge and bedroom
    • TV point to lounge and bedroom
    • Apollo Plus carpet in Spring Mist to all living areas
    • Carbon monoxide detector
    • Smoke detector
    • Heat detector

    • 1 parking space
    • 125 year lease
    • NHBC guarantee

  • Local Amenities

    Shefford is a small market town in Bedfordshire 14 miles north of Luton, with a population of approximately 6,000.  The name of the town is originally derived from Sheep’s Ford as the ford of two rivers run though the town which was once host to a popular sheep market.

    Shefford boasts a fantastic range of local amenities.  There are 2 main supermarkets, a gym and various sports clubs and activities, cafe, restaurants and pubs, local doctor, dentist and optitian, plus local pre-school, primary and secondary schools nearby.

    The town is also home to The Military Intelligence Museum and the Hoo Hill Maze. Rowney Warren is local woodland, set on undulating sandy ground split in two by a road which runs through the middle. On one side BMX and mountain biking are allowed along the steep clear pathways, and there are several marked routes with different degrees of difficulty.

  • Floorplan

We take every care to ensure that the correct information is given and we hope you find it useful, however complete accuracy is not guaranteed and the information is expressly excluded from any contract. Design and layout details are subject to Local Authority approval and all room sizes are approximate dimensions. We would like to point out that the computer-generated images, floor plans, sizes, specification and any other layouts are for guidance only.