According to land registry data, 241 properties have been sold in the Toddington and the surrounding area over the last two years, with an overall average price of £437,241 over the last year.
The majority of sales around Toddington during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £410,203. Detached properties sold for an average of £587,765, with terraced properties fetching £306,300.
Overall, sold prices around Toddington over the last year were 3% up on the previous year and 7% down on the 2019 peak of £471,667.
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Toddington is a beautiful village designed and built around a large central green which provides a delightful focal point for the almost 5,000 residents that call it home. It is positioned five miles north-north-west of Luton, four miles north of Dunstable and six miles southwest of Woburn and offers superb commuter access to the M1 as well as the nearby mainline railway stations in Harlington and Flitwick.
Dating back to the thirteenth century the village now offers a vibrant, bustling feel, combined with an authentic sense of community and has a wide range of shops including hairdressers, beauty salon, opticians and traditional bakers. It is also well served by three public houses, The Oddfellows, The Bell and The Griffin, in addition to Red Chilli offering high quality Indian cuisine.
Schooling within the village operates on a three-tier system with St George’s Lower positioned on Manor Road, Parkfields Middle nestled in Park Road itself before moving onto Harlington Upper School located less than three and half miles, or 8 minutes, away, with all having a particularly good reputation.
On the Northern edge of the village is Toddington Manor which is a stunning Tudor Manor house with a deep, rich history predating the Norman invasion of 1066, visited by Elizabeth I in 1563 where she knighted the owner, Henry Cheney. In more recent, light hearted village history Kevin McCloud, presenter of TV show Grand Designs was born and raised in Toddington, English poet William Blake is said to have drunk in the, now converted, Angel pub, whilst child actor Jack Wild, best known for his role as the Artful Dodger in the film Oliver is buried in the parish cemetery.
Our established team is led by long term Toddington resident and agent, Peter Taylor, together with his business partner, Ben Dennes and their experienced team. We would love you to get in touch if we can go the extra mile for you!