Boasting some of the region’s best educational facilities, shops, public greenspaces and transport connections,[i] Canterbury is the best place to live in Kent, according to new data by OneDome, which also rated the cathedral city highly for its safety and low levels of noise pollution. Located in the quintessential village of Littlebourne, just outside Canterbury, Millwood Designer Homes’ has recently launched its latest development, Polo Field. Offering homebuyers the best of both worlds with a range of amenities on their doorstep, Polo Field boasts excellent transport links in a highly sought-after Kent countryside location.
Enjoying an enviable rural location between the city of Canterbury and the village of Littlebourne, Polo Field comprises of a collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes.
Perfect for families, commuters, and downsizers, the exclusive range of homes are nestled in a beautiful landscaped setting.
Philip Brown, Sales Director at Millwood Designer Homes, comments: “The initial response to Polo Field has been fantastic. Not only are buyers captivated by the beautiful homes, but also by the unique location. Polo Field benefits from being within close proximity to the city of Canterbury, whilst occupying a scenic spot in the heart of the Kent countryside. We would advise potential purchasers to come and visit this truly stunning development for their chance to purchase their dream home.”
All the homes are thoughtfully designed to effortlessly blend into their surroundings with external features including Cape Cod timber cladding and reclaimed brickwork brickwork to a selection of these homes. Interiors are light and spacious, ideal for modern living, whilst still reflecting the charm and heritage of the area.
The newly opened show home, The Farmington, is a large four-bedroom property. The Farmington features an open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room that serves as the hub of the home. The kitchen also includes fully integrated Siemens appliances such as electric ovens, full height fridge/freezer, wine cooler, dishwasher and induction hob. A traditional brick fireplace with wood burning stove is featured in the large drawing room. In addition to this, there is also a separate dining room located on the ground floor.
Moving upstairs, the spacious master bedroom comes complete with an en suite and fitted wardrobes. The second bedroom also features an en suite and fitted wardrobes and the further two generously sized bedrooms share the family bathroom.
The village of Littlebourne hosts a post office, village store, and an OFSTED Outstanding primary school, Littlebourne Church of England School. Ideal for families and lending inspiration to the development name, world-class recreational facilities are on the doorstep, with Polo Farm Sports Club, home to Canterbury Hockey Club, within walking distance. The popular sea-side towns of Whitstable, Herne Bay and Sandwich Bay are all under 30 minutes away, and the world-class Howletts Wild Animal Park is also nearby.
Polo Field is ideally located for commuters, with trains to London St Pancras from Canterbury West arriving in under an hour, and London Victoria and Charing Cross approximately ninety minutes. There are frequent bus services within the surrounding area, and the proximity of the A2 and M2 make connecting to the rest of the country very convenient. For continental commuters, the Channel ports, tunnel and Ashford International Station are no more than 30 minutes away.
Prices at Polo Field start from £450,000 for a three-bedroom semi-detached home with garage. For more information, visit www.millwooddesignerhomes.co.uk or call the sales team on 01227 490227.
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