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Aspley Court, Woburn Road, Woburn Sands, Bedfordshire, MK17 8PA

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    Location County Care Level Type Beds Price
  Aspley Court,
Woburn Road,
Woburn Sands
Bedfordshire,
MK17 8PA
Independent Apartment 2 £145,000
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  Aspley Court,
Woburn Road,
Woburn Sands
Bedfordshire,
MK17 8PA
Independent Apartment 2 £130,000
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  Aspley Court,
Woburn Road,
Woburn Sands
Bedfordshire,
MK17 8PA
Independent Apartment 1 £115,000
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  Aspley Court,
Woburn Road,
Woburn Sands
Bedfordshire,
MK17 8PA
Independent Apartment 1 £115,000
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  Aspley Court,
Woburn Road,
Woburn Sands
Bedfordshire,
MK17 8PA
Independent Apartment 2 £149,950
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Aspley Court is situated close to shops off Woburn Road and consists of 48 flats with communal facilities and completed in 1986.

Facilities include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, communal lounge, laundry, guest facilities and garden.

Bedford was mentioned in Domesday as Bedeford and had a church. Although the county town and its only borough Bedford was smaller than either Leighton Buzzard or Luton which both had markets.

Tenure: Leasehold

General Information:

Aspley Court is managed by Hightown Praetorian and Churches Housing Association, White Lion House, 70 Queensway, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 5HD Telephone: 01442 292 300

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