Fairfield Meadows, Fairfield, Nr Stotfold SG5 4JH
Surrounded by open countryside and yet ideally suited to easy commuting, Fairfield Meadows is a wonderful place to make your new home. Situated on the edge of 100’s of acres of stunning parkland, the village of Fairfield was established in the early 2000s within the grounds of the old Fairfield Hospital which closed in 1999. Fairfield Meadows ideally sits just opposite Fairfield Park.
Village amenities include a community centre, offering a range of clubs for all ages, Fairfield Bowls Club, a Cricket Club, Bannatyne’s health & fitness club with The Orchard restaurant, children’s play areas, a hair salon, charity shop, and a Tesco Express. Further facilities can be found at nearby Stotfold. The small town offers a supermarket and pubs & restaurants offering a range of cuisines. You may also head to the Stotfold Watermill & Nature Reserve for a relaxing stroll, or visit Standalone Farm, which is great for the kids.
Fairfield Park Lower Schools situated on Dickens Boulevard (ranked Outstanding in May 2012) and Ruskin Drive a brand-new school are both within walking distance of Fairfield Meadows. Offering early years Nursery’s and wrap around, before and after school care. For the next steps there is Eatonbury Academy (ranked Ofsted ‘Good’ in February 2020) and Pix Brook Academy.
Just under 3 miles away is Letchworth Garden City and 5 miles away is the Market town of Hitchin. Both locations host a wealth of independent retailers in food, drink and fashion. In Hitchin there is a weekly market and Sunday Car Boot.
For the commuter, Fairfield Meadows has easy access to several mainline railway stations. Arlesey Train Station 1.7 miles, where you can travel to Kings Cross/London St Pancras or to Cambridge in typically around 40 minutes. The same is available from Letchworth Station only 1.8 miles away and Baldock Station 2.6 miles away.
By car join the A1 in just a few minutes for excellent commuter links, offering easy access to Biggleswade, Bedford and Cambridge to the North, Stevenage to the South and onwards towards London.
Fairfield Meadows offers something for everyone. Whether you are looking to downsize, or you need more space for your growing family, perhaps you are looking for a change of scenery, on a career relocation or looking for or exploring a change to your pace of life. Fairfield Meadows in Fairfield could be just what you are looking for.
Plot 13 - Fairfield Meadows£475,000
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Situated on the borders of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, Fairfield Meadows is an exclusive new development offering a mix of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom highly desirable homes. Located in Fairfield and close to Stotfold, with both Letchworth Garden City and Hitchen within easy reach.
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Plot 13 - Fairfield Meadows£475,000
Surrounded by open countryside and yet ideally suited to easy commuting, Fairfield Meadows is a wonderful place to make your new home. Set in 100’s of acres of stunning parkland, the village of Fairfield was established in the early 2000’s within the grounds of the old Fairfield Hospital which closed in 1999.
Amenities in the village include a community centre, Fairfield Bowls Club, Fairfield Park Lower School, a nursery school, a cricket club, a Bannatyne’s health club, The Orchard restaurant, children’s play areas, a hair salon, a charity shop, and a small Tesco Express. Further facilities can be found at nearby Stotfold. The small town offers a supermarket, a range of schools, and pubs & restaurants offering a range of cuisines.
Head to the Stotfold Watermill & Nature Reserve for a relaxing stroll, or visit Standalone Farm, which is great for the kids.
Just 10 minutes away is Letchworth, the world’s first Garden City. Here you will find a wealth of amenities, shopping, bars, restaurants, and a Broadway cinema. Fairfield Meadows is situated about 2 miles away from Arlesey Train Station, where you can travel to London St Pancras in just 40 minutes. By car join the A1 in just a few minutes for excellent commuter links, offering easy access to Biggleswade and Bedford to the North, and Stevenage to the South and onwards towards London.
Fairfield is a village and civil parish located in the Central Bedfordshire district of Bedfordshire.
It was originally intended to become a new village but fell within Stotfold Civil Parish. On 1st April 2013 the village became a separate Civil Parish and elected its own Parish Council in May 2013.
Fairfield is a desirable location in which to live and as such is experiencing an extremely high demand for home movers both locally and much further afield. There is truly something for everyone.
Situated adjacent to the A1 to the east, Fairfield has excellent vehicular links to the national transport network. With direct a link to junction 10 of the A1(M), Fairfield is within quick and direct access southwards to Hitchin, Letchworth Garden City, Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield and London beyond. The road networks also extend northwards to Biggleswade, Sandy, Bedford and St Neots and of course Cambridge and beyond.
Rail Stations are in within a short travel distance, offering connections onto the Great Northern Line services into London from Baldock 2.6 miles, Arlesey 1.7 miles, Letchworth 1.8 miles and Hitchin 5 miles and to Cambridge and Peterborough to the East and North. Journeys into London typically take around 40 minutes.
A regular bus service operated by Arriva provides links between Hitchin and Arlesey (via Highfield, Letchworth and Stotfold) along Hitchin Road. The service operates on a twice hourly rota on weekdays and hourly service on Saturday.
Fairfield Park Lower School rated ‘Outstanding’ in May 2012 and the new Fairfield Lower School extension located right next to Fairfield Meadows. There are nursery/preschool facilities and before and after school wrap around care options.
For the educational next steps, the Eatonbury Academy (rated ‘Good’ in February 2020 and Pix Brook Academy are a short drive or bus journey.
OTHER FACILITIES WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE
A community centre – offering a range of clubs for all age groups. These include, Pilates, table tennis, wine club, the Fairfield WI and Art Club, Dance and exercise groups for adults and children. Mat Bowls and Fairfield Community Church.
Bannatyne’s Health and fitness club with Spa – situated in the stunning Fairfield Hall and offering a range of fitness classes and spa treatments, as well as a Bistro restaurant.
There is a Tesco Express as well as a charity shop and hair salon.
Numerous children’s play areas and spaces walk and cycle
Quality & Style
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