3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleArbroath Road, Sundon Park, LU3 3LA
- SUNDON PARK AREA
- DOUBLE GLAZED
- CLOSE TO LEAGRAVE TRAIN STATION
- CLOSE TO JUNCTION 11 OF THE M1
- CLOSE TO LOCAL AMENITIES
Full description** GREAT LOCATION **
Venture Residential are pleased to offer to the market this great three bedroom home based in the popular area of Sundon Park, conveniently located close to Leagrave train station and Junction 11 of the M1. One main benefits of this home is its location, just a stones throw away from a walk into the countryside.
This delightful property consists of:
Entrance hall, with stairs to first floor, lounge with carpets, double glazed window to the front and french doors leading to the dining room, the kitchen has a range of wall and base units, space for cooker, washing machine, fridge freezer and sliding patio doors, you have a conservatory which has a tiled floor and doors which lead to the rear garden, there are three bedrooms on the first floor as well as a family bathroom which consists of bath with mixer taps, vanity wash hand basin, low level W/C and a double glazed window to the rear, you have a single garage with an up and over door as well as power and lighting, the mature rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a fenced surround.
What the owner says about the property:
" This has been a great home in a lovely area, we are within walking distance to the local shops and not far from Leagrave train station "
To arrange a viewing call Venture Residential on 01582 249155.
Sundon Park is an area of north Luton in Bedfordshire. The name is taken from the nearby villages of Upper Sundon and Lower Sundon, and the estate was originally built as a self-contained community serving the SKF ball bearing factory.
The "official" entrance to Sundon Park is through the "Sundon Arch", the railway bridge which connects Sundon Park Road to Toddington Road. The estate is in two distinct parts, divided by Hill Rise. The older part to the south (known colloquially as "the Avenues") consists of a number of long, straight avenues which are numbered ("Fourth Avenue", etc.). Fourth Avenue was the first to be built in the 1920s, followed by the other Avenues in the 1930s. North of Hill Rise, are the newer houses, built mainly in the 1950s and 1960s. Most of the roads here are named after hills and mountains e.g. Grampian Way, Pennine Avenue. These were all built as owner-occupier properties.
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