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HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS AT ST CLEMENTS LAKES

HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS AT ST CLEMENTS LAKES

With the festive season fast approaching, the dream to celebrate Christmas in a new home is still within reach. Bellway Homes’ is offering its popular Express Mover scheme for purchasers at St Clements Lakes in Greenhithe, Kent, to help speed up the process of moving house and be settled in time for Christmas. With one of the largest shopping centres in Europe, Bluewater, within walking distance, residents will have plenty of time to stock up on presents for the big day too.

The recent phase of homes at St Clements Lakes proved popular with just one three-bedroom apartment and four four-bedroom houses left to buy. Built to a high specification, the new homes, many of which have lake views, will appeal to first-time buyers, families and downsizers. Each property benefits from spacious layouts, including an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, with integrated kitchen appliances and the master bedrooms feature fitted wardrobes and an en suite. The houses include gardens at the rear of the property, and the apartment offers a private balcony off the living room.

Emma Denton, Head of Sales at Bellway Thames Gateway, comments: “The homes at St Clements Lakes offer the perfect opportunity for buyers to settle into their ideal home before Christmas. We work with our team of recommended local agents to sell our client’s house on their behalf, and ensure that a buyer is found as quickly as possible. Our Express Mover scheme is committed to providing homeowners with a stress-free experience of moving home, so they can relax to enjoy the upcoming festivities and freeing up more time to spend with family and friends, and of course, gift shopping! We urge potential buyers to visit the last remaining properties soon to avoid missing out.”

Greenhithe has a wealth of local amenities, with the nearby Bluewater offering over 60 eateries, a multiplex cinema and 300 stores, including a John Lewis, M&S and House of Fraser. For active residents, the surrounding area has a large amount of parkland, with play areas, a boating lake, cycle paths, walkways, picnic areas, and six lakes. The Pirate Cove Adventure Park also offers caves, cascading waterfalls and two 18-hole adventure golf courses. Swanscombe Heritage Park, designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a National Nature Preserve, Darenth Country Park and Dartford Central Park are also close by.

St Clements Lakes residents will also benefit from a number of well-regarded primary and secondary schools. Dartford and Gravesend also offer several high-performing grammar schools, as close as eight minutes from the development.

Ideally located for commuters, Greenhithe Railway Station is just a 10-minute walk for residents, with frequent services to London Waterloo East and London Charing Cross. Ebbsfleet International Rail Station can also be reached in 10 minutes by car for high speed rail links to Stratford International, London St Pancras, Paris, Lille and Brussels.  These Kent homes are also easily accessible to major roads, including the A2, A282, M2 and M25. For domestic and international flights, Gatwick Airport is 35 miles away via the M25.

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