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Millwood Presents Final Phase Of Family Homes In Marden

Millwood Presents Final Phase Of Family Homes In Marden

The highly anticipated final phase of houses has been released at Millwood Designer Homes’ flourishing Windsor Meadow development in Marden, Kent. Having proven extremely popular with local buyers priced out of Tunbridge Wells and London leavers who require convenient travel connections into the city, only a handful of detached three, four and five-bedroom homes remain.  Ideal for discerning buyers seeking a high-quality home, Windsor Meadow offers a family-friendly community in a prime Kent commuter village.

Set on an idyllic country lane, Windsor Meadow is an exclusive collection comprising a total of 86 homes, combining countryside charm and convenient local amenities. The development consists of an array of house types, including the final phase of four-bedroom homes, as well as the last three-bedroom, The Eythorne and five-bedroom, The Pierremont.  This variety of property types has created a distinctive new community, offering an exceptionally high standard of living.

Philip Brown, Sales Director at Millwood Designer Homes comments: “We are delighted to release the final phase at Windsor Meadow in Marden. The development has been extremely well received and we have had fantastic feedback from the local community, visitors and current residents. There is a handful of four-bedroom homes available and just one three-bedroom detached property and one five-bedroom detached property remaining, so we urge potential purchasers to get in contact as soon as possible. Those who secure a home in the final phase will benefit from the already strong community that is flourishing here.

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Lending elements of its welcoming exterior from local Wealden architecture, the five-bedroom Pierremont features sash windows and traditional brickwork with a central front door and porch. On the ground floor, the open-plan contemporary kitchen, breakfast and family room is equipped with integrated appliances, a range of floor and wall cabinets with Silestone worktops and bi-fold doors. The home offers a study, separate dining room and separate drawing room, with a traditional Inglenook fireplace and French doors leading to the rear garden.

Upstairs, the master bedroom provides two double fitted wardrobes and an en-suite with a separate bath and shower. A further four good-sized bedrooms, one with an en-suite and family bathroom are situated on this floor. Bathrooms all offer high spec white sanitary ware and chrome accessories, with ceramic floor and wall tiles. The home also provides plenty of parking space, with a double garage situated behind the gated driveway.

Marden is home to a selection of local amenities including a farm shop, bakery, pharmacy and Marden Primary School, perfect for families moving to the village. The county town of Maidstone is just eight miles from the homes and Tunbridge Wells is less than 14 miles away, for further retail and leisure opportunities close by.

Marden Station, just a short walk from Windsor Meadow, provides fast and direct trains to London Charing Cross and Cannon Street in just under an hour. By car, the nearby A229 leads directly to the M20 and M25 for travel further afield and access to Gatwick Airport.

The Pierremont is currently available for £815,000. Prices start from £495,000 for a three-bedroom detached home at Windsor Meadow. Help to Buy is available on selected plots. For more information please visit www.millwooddesignerhomes.co.uk or call 01622 832576.

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