£479,950 - £499,950
4 bedroom properties
Station Road, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire
Do you want to see site plans, house types and floorplans?
You can see all of this and much more by requesting the development brochure. Simply complete the short form below.
The information you provide in the form below will be passed to David Wilson Homes in order for them to provide the information you require and to keep you informed of their news, special offers and future developments. They may do so by using any of the contact details you have provided.
More information about The Paddocks...
The Paddocks sales office is due to open July 2018, if you would like to speak to our friendly sales adviser about our current availablity and to recieve the invitation to our showhome launch, please register your details.
The Paddocks is a new small community with a collection of four bedroom homes currently available set in the village of Langford. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, yet close to the main town of Biggleswade, where you can get trains into London in just 31 minutes, The Paddocks will have something for everyone.
Home of the week- Plot 3- BracebridgeAll your shopping needs are well catered for here. Within just three miles in the pretty market town of Biggleswade is a mix of high street and specialist shops. Twice a week the market is open to buy local farmers produce as well as a wide range of supermarkets for all your other needs.A village full of leisure for all the family with local pubs, village stores and country walks along the River Ivel. Langford Meadows Nature reserve connects to Henlow Common, a perfect place for weekend runs, family cycles or fishing in the Poppy Hill LakesThe A1M is just under 5 minutes by car from The Paddocks for the Langford turn. For road commuters this offers direct connection south to the M25 (J23) or North to Cambridge. For those who commute into central London Biggleswade train station 11 minutes by car with journey times only taking 43 minutes to Kings Cross Station.
Images may not necessarily depict the actual development and in some cases may be a typical example.