Five reasons to move to Kempston Hardwick

13th April 2022

Kempston Hardwick is part of a new community on the outskirts of Bedford with great local amenities. With our last few properties remaining at our Greenway Place, we’ve put together the top five reasons why now is the time to reserve and make your next move to Kempston Hardwick.

Five reasons to move to Kempston Hardwick

1. Picturesque Countryside Views

 Kempston Hardwick is surrounded by captivating countryside views with several country walks and cycle paths. Take a visit to Green Flag awarded Priory Country Park which is made up of lakes, meadows and woodlands with open spaces for walks, fishing, boating and bird spotting. For those interested in sport, the Addison Howard Park, another Green Flag awarded park, hosts space for basketball and tennis courts, cricket and football pitches and play areas for the kids.

 

2. Connections to Bustling Towns

 There are a number of travel connections in Kempston Hardwick making it the ideal home for commuters. The village offers easy access to the M1 with links to the thriving towns of Bedford and Milton Keynes, as well as Kempston Harwick train station which can get you to Luton in just 13 minutes. For frequent flyers, London Luton Airport is 25 miles away from the village, with access by car or train. With Bedford also just a short drive away, the history, heritage and attractions are endless, including museums, river festivals and shops galore.

 

3. New Community on the Doorstep

 Kempston Hardwick is a part of the rural Stewartby civil parish and borders Wixams, Bedfordshire’s newest town which has been in development since 2007. Neighbouring this innovative residential development, residents of Greenway Place will have easy access to all of Wixam’s amenities, including a range of retail outlets, a healthcare centre, a library, a sports centre, schools, parkland and open spaces.

 

4. Excellent Education

 Kempston Hardwick offers a wide range of schools locally, ranging from pre-school to secondary level education, making it a great location for families. Lakefield Lower School, Marston Vale Middle School and Wootton Academy Upper School are just a few of the highly regarded schools in the area - plus Luton’s University of Bedfordshire is only 10 miles away from the development.

 

5. Plenty of Local Amenities

 There is no shortage of local amenities in Kempston Hardwick as the development is perfectly situated with easy access to a nearby post office, supermarket, village hall, pharmacy and two children’s play areas all less than five miles away. For those in need for some retail therapy, Kempston Hardwick is not far from Bedford Interchange Retail Park and Intu shopping centre in Milton Keynes – giving you all your shopping needs. Not only that, but the nearby Dave Law Sports Pavilion ran by the Parish Council holds regular events including community picnics, as well as offering facilities such as BMX tracks, bowls club and a recreation room.

 If you like the sound of a move to Kempston Hardwick, find out more about out Greenway Place development, and the last remaining homes. Visit www.tiliahomes.co.uk where you can take a virtual tour of the development to get a better look at the homes on offer.