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Coppice Mead, Stotfold, SG5

Property Reference: CM

£1,195 PCM

Key Features

  • text hereBedrooms x 4
  • text hereBathrooms x 2
  • text hereParking x 2
  • text hereGarden

Four bedroom semi detached family home with garage backing onto the recreation ground . Featuring a brand new kitchen, two reception rooms, two bathrooms, conservatory, lovely rear garden, garage and driveway parking. 

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Extremely spacious four bedroom family home located in a quiet residential street within the popular town of Stotfold.

The property backs onto a recreation ground which makes this home perfect for families. 

Features briefly include an entrance hall, brand new fitted kitchen including a dishwasher, dining room, modern bathroom suite and large sitting room with feature fireplace and doors through to a large conservatory. 

Upstairs comprises superb re-fitted shower room, three double bedrooms, master with fitted wardrobes plus further single bedroom or study. 

The rear of the property enjoys a pleasant outlook.

Outside there is a good sized enclosed rear garden stocked with various plants and shrubs, lawn and gated access onto the recreation ground, a garage and driveway parking for several cars to the front.

Additional benefits include gas to radiator central heating, double glazed windows throughout.

Available to rent on an unfurnished basis from early February 2019, internal viewing is strongly advised to appreciate the accommodation on offer!

For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact Isabelle Estates today!

In the 19th century, Stotfold was regarded as a wealthy place. The saying was that to live in Stotfold, one has to have £100 and a pig. The town is divided by a long road, High Street, which separates the north side from the south. There are two parks and a recreational ground, plus a multi use games area and a football pitch.
Stotfold is thought to have gained its name from the northern drovers breaking their journey south at this point on the A1 Great North Road and penning their horses (stots) in enclosures (folds) before continuing their journeys southwards.