New homes in Wouldham
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A development of 2, 3, 4, and 5-bedroom homes in the pretty Kent village of Wouldham.
Victoria Gardens comprises a desirable collection of apartments and houses set against an idyllic landscape of open countryside. Prospective residents will appreciate the peaceful lifestyle offered by rural living together with excellent commuter links to London, enhanced by the new Peters Bridge, which opened in 2016 and links the village to the A228.
The variety of property designs available, coupled with Ashberry Homes’ commitment to sustainability, customer care and a high-quality specification, will appeal to a range of buyers, including families and professionals. Our homes offer comfort and convenience, incorporating features such as integrated kitchen appliances, open-plan living spaces and en suite bathrooms. Externally, all properties have garages, or parking, and all houses have gardens.
A new primary school has been built as part of this developing community – Wouldham All Saints CE Primary opened in February 2018 and is a short walk from Victoria Gardens, in Worrall Drive, off Hall Lane. Other well-regarded schools locally include Burham CE Primary and Halling Primary. Schools for older students include The Malling School, Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School (boys) and The Rochester Grammar School for Girls.
Wouldham has a village store – perfect for everyday shopping essentials – and neighbouring Snodland has a small supermarket five minutes’ drive away; shops are also to be built as part of the new Peters Village community. Chatham, and Maidstone are both busy retail destinations with several malls and a mixture of high-street and independent stores.
For children, the local recreation ground, which has two play areas and a grass football pitch, is five minutes’ walk from the development. Wouldham Village Hall on High Street hosts a number of classes and regular events for both youngsters and adults. Larkfield Leisure Centre in Aylesford is less than 10 minutes’ away by car and has three swimming pools, a gym, fitness studios and a sports hall, as well as a soft-play area for the under 10s. Eight miles south, Maidstone offers a wealth of entertainment and sporting facilities, including leisure centres, a bowling alley, a multi-screen cinema and a theatre.
The nearest railway stations are at Snodland and at Halling – five minutes’ drive away – with services linking to Strood for onward travel to Ebbsfleet International and London St Pancras (journey time around 45 minutes). Major roads nearby include the A228, less than a mile away, the M2 and the M20, both around four miles away.