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Discover New Homes in Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire is a diverse and historically significant county where tradition and modernity coexist harmoniously. Whether you’re seeking natural beauty, cultural experiences or a modern lifestyle, you’ll find it all in this enchanting county.

An ideal location for families and young people alike, it is no wonder properties in Bedfordshire are in high demand. The area includes three authorities: Bedford, Central Bedfordshire and Luton, each offering something unique to those looking for a new home.

Life in Bedfordshire

Living in Bedfordshire offers a delightful combination of rural tranquillity and urban convenience, as those living in our Bedfordshire homes can benefit from easy access to the vibrant city of London.

Bedfordshire boasts a range of historic market towns, quaint villages and thriving cities. Villages and towns in this area exude a sense of community where traditional values meet modern aspirations.

Natural beauty in Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire’s landscape is a testament to the natural beauty of the English countryside. The county has numerous parks, such as Harrold-Odell Country Park and Rushmere Country Park, which are perfect for picnics, wildlife spotting and walks along picturesque lakes. The Greensand Ridge, an area of outstanding natural beauty, is also a must visit for hikers, cyclists and nature lovers.

For those looking for opportunities to enjoy water, the Great Ouse river, which winds through Bedfordshire, allows residents to benefit from fishing, boating and scenic riverside walks. 

Things to do in Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire’s cultural scene is lively and diverse. The county offers a diverse range of activities to suit the whole family, including exploring the stunning Bedford Castle, taking leisurely walks in the Chiltern Hills and a enjoying a trip to the Woburn Safari Park which are all just a stone’s throw away.

Culture enthusiasts living in our new builds in Bedfordshire will also enjoy a visit to The Higgins Bedford, an art and cultural hub in Bedford. Featuring a rich collection of art and historical artifacts, the venue caters to a wide range of interests to ensure that there is something for everyone. The John Bunyan Museum and Bunyan Meeting House, dedicated to the famous author and preacher, provide insights into the county's spiritual and literary history.

Throughout the year, Bedfordshire also hosts a variety of festivals and events, celebrating music, food, and local traditions. Each July, the Bedford River Festival, showcases the county’s vibrant spirit with live entertainment and activities, a funfair and an array of food stalls.

Transport in Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire is well-connected, offering residents efficient ways to navigate the county and beyond. The road network links to the nearby M1 motorway, which runs through the area, providing convenient access to London and the North.

Additionally, a network of major roads serves Bedfordshire, making it easy to reach nearby towns and attractions. Public transport is also reliable, with a range of buses and train services connecting towns and cities across the country.

Those travelling further afield, London Luton Airport provides international flights, ensuring that Bedfordshire is not only accessible but also a convenient hub for travel.

Houses for sale in Bedfordshire

With picturesque landscapes, historic towns and plenty of things to do, there are many reasons to seek homes in Bedfordshire.

If you are looking for houses for sale in Bedfordshire, why not take a closer look at our range of new build homes below.