Manor Farm, Wymington, Bedfordshire A private and impressive brick built barn conversion located within the North Bedfordshire village of Wymington. The property represents a converted stone barn that has recently been subject to remodelling and updating to make a larger kitchen with Bi-fold doors that open onto the landscaped garden. Benefitting from gas radiator central heating and double glazing affording a warm home with large, light rooms that overlook the

Charles Orlebar presents – an impressive and imposing cottage. This former farmhouse dating back to 1739, turned public house around 1926 and was bought in 2001 by Manor Building Preservation Trust to convert into residential dwellings. The property provides generous living space with double bedrooms, a large dining hall and modern fittings. Period features are present with mullion windows, wood floors and deep window recesses. A sunny garden (south westerly)

Charles Orlebar presents – An impressive and individual modern house built to exacting standards and respecting the energy efficient systems available at the time. The property represents a Potton design providing a dormer style bungalow, designed to accommodate a disabled occupant in style and comfort to provide a home of striking interior design affording ease of maintenance.  Energy efficiency system has provision for rainwater harvesting, underfloor heating via air source

Charles Orlebar presents – An imposing house holding a commanding position within this cul-de-sac on the north side of Higham Town close to Greenbelt and the Nene Valley. The property represents one of the larger David Wilson built detached house styles.  This particular house design has a modern open plan family room incorporating the kitchen and dining area with a large bay window overlooking the landscaped gardens. With bedrooms on

Charles Orlebar presents – A delightful Grade II listed period house located in the popular village of Mears Ashby. Built in the 17th century out of Northamptonshire stone, this stunning home exudes period charm.  Exposed beams and walls internally giving a rustic feel to the ample living space on offer that includes four reception rooms. Whilst at the same time upgraded bathrooms and modern fittings allow for comfort and convenience.

Charles Orlebar presents – A small redevelopment of apartments making 6 units of 1 and 2 bedrooms flats over 2 floors. All apartments benefit from a fashionable kitchen and sanitary fittings with laminate floors and large double glazed windows. With 125 year leases, security entry systems, and allocated parking. The scheme can be acquired as a single buy to let investment or individually. Wellingborough town represents a diverse and vibrant

Charles Orlebar presents – A rare chance to acquire a stunning cottage within a quiet part of this exceedingly popular village of Mears Ashby. Records promote that this cottage and its immediate neighbours are some of the oldest properties in the village. Originally thatched and dating back to the 16th Century, various modifications over the centuries make this a now sizeable and characterful family village home. Now the property is

Charles Orlebar presents  – an impressive starter home that is now four years old and yet presented as a stunning show home. With clever colour schemes and wallpapers, this now established new house presents as a cut above the average.  The beneficiary of modern and fashionable fittings, spacious interior design affording a full bathroom suite with shower cubicle and a landscaped garden planned around maintenance.  The photos speak for themselves;

Charles Orlebar presents – A stone detached property representing a cottage centrally set within a generous and established plot on the edge of Wymington village. A property that has the potential for gentrification given the existing dated form and current standard of maintenance.   Probably dating from the mid to late 19th century and having undergone significant change over the decades to make a three bedroom home.  The gardens provide