Developed on the grounds of a 17th-century mansion, the new development features an existing manor house dating back to 1854, which will be restored and converted into four striking apartments. With an emphasis on preserving and enhancing the existing surroundings, Storey Homes has created a distinctly unique scheme which features an additional fifteen bespoke home styles, creating fifty-five plots in total.
Located in this popular residential area, Homes at The Place will qualify for the stamp-duty holiday and start at £304,950. A magnificent grade II listed wall and gates embellished with original eagle statues provide an impressive entrance to The Place.
Home hunters are then greeted with the centre piece of this development, The Bury Apartments. These beautiful one and two-bedroom homes situated in the refurbished manor house enjoy imposing original features including huge windows which let in streams of light. Internally, generous rooms with high ceilings and stylish kitchens and bathrooms complete these distinguished homes.
Complimenting this striking building, home-hunters will also discover a diverse range of distinct homes offering options for all types of buyers. The Place features a further choice of four more apartment types, from contemporary designs to barn style homes, along with two-bedroom coach houses, two and three-bedroom charming cottage style homes, attractive double fronted four-bedroom properties and detached three - story homes.
Katy Jordan, Managing Director at Storey Homes, comments:
“Our vision was to create a scheme that breathes new life into the area and is in harmony with the local setting. We’ve safeguarded the original and listed elements of the site and enhanced the character of the setting to ensure that The Place celebrates the charm of its heritage whilst also looking to the future with thoughtfully designed homes. As a result, The Place has its own distinct identity.”
Designed with modern lifestyle in mind, many of the homes at The Place benefit from a home study, private parking and private gardens.
In keeping with the scenic backdrop, properties here are surrounded by generous green boulevards and residents will enjoy an onsite orchard and a valued feeling of space.
Once known as the largest village in England, Kempston is now a thriving town located just over two miles from the centre of Bedford.
Running alongside the Great River Ouse, Kempston offers riverside walks, local pubs, cafés and a range of shops, churches and leisure facilities.
Schooling for all ages is provided in Kempston and Kempston Rural Primary School, which relocated to its new home in Martell Drive in 2014, is just a short walk from The Place. For those seeking private education, the much-acclaimed Bedford School, Bedford Modern and Bedford Girls’ School are all within five miles.
Kempston is ideally located for access to the A421 linking easily to the M1 Junction 13 and to the A1. Forming part of the Oxford to Cambridge Arc, commuting to these cities is easy from Kempston, by car, bus and train. Bedford’s mainline Station is just two miles from The Place offering commuters an hour’s journey to London St Pancras.
Martell Drive, Kempston, Bedford MK42 7FJ
Opening Times and By appointment only
Thursday To Monday
10.00am to 5.00pm
Call 07436 367 617