An extensive 17th century red-brick manor house with period features
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Goldington Hall is a magnificent Grade II Listed manor house, dating originally from the 17th century. It represents a rare opportunity to acquire a beautiful character property, with more than 10,000 square feet of accommodation and significant potential for redevelopment, subject to the necessary consents.
The property is offered with no onward chain and features a number of striking and impressive original details, including timber panelled reception rooms, arched and leaded windows, grand fireplaces, stripped floorboards and ornate ceiling plasterwork and light fittings. The current configuration of the property provides six reception rooms, including the stunning 30ft drawing room, as well as three kitchens and a large workshop and utility room.
There are six bedrooms to the first floor, with the seventh bedroom sitting on the second floor. The first floor also features a dressing room and a sitting room, while the second floor bedroom has an adjoining family room each of which could be repurposed into further bedrooms if required. The generous principal bedroom has an en suite bathroom, while there are three further bathrooms across the first and second floors.
This property has 1.55 acres of land.
At the front of the property there is a large gravel driveway and parking area, which provides parking for a number of vehicles, while to the rear there is further parking space in a courtyard area, beside the garden which is mostly laid to lawn, with a variety of shrubs, trees and hedgerow. Like the house itself, the garden and the grounds provide significant opportunities for development and landscaping.
The property is located in the popular Goldington suburb of Bedford, just a mile and a half from the town centre and within easy reach of the open Bedfordshire countryside. There are a variety of amenities in Goldington, including large supermarkets and local shops, while Bedford town centre provides an excellent selection of shops and several markets, as well as several restaurants, cafés, pubs and leisure facilities. Schooling is available at the Goldington Green Academy and Goldington Academy, as well as the independent St Andrew's School, Bedford School and Bedford Girls School. The area is well connected by road, with the A1 six miles away, while Thameslink rail services from Bedford to London Bridge take just over an hour.
From Cambridge, take the A1303 (Madingley Road) away from the city centre and join the A428 heading towards Bedford. After eight and a half miles, join the A1 heading south and then at the Black Cat Roundabout, take the second exit onto the A421. After a further four miles, take the slip road to Bedford/A428/Gt Barford. Take the third exit at the roundabout, followed by the first exit at the next roundabout onto St. Neots Road/A4280. Continue straight ahead at two roundabouts and then turn right onto Goldington Green. You will find the property on your left-hand side.Read all
- Reception hall
- Drawing room
- 2 Sitting rooms
- Snooker room
- Cinema room
- Family room
- Two kitchens
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Principal bedroom with en suite shower room & bathroom 6 Further bedrooms
- Dressing room
- 3 Bathrooms
- Gardens of around 1.5acres
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