Hoo St Werburgh, Kent
Bells Lane, Hoo St Werburgh, Kent ME3 9JD
£214,995 to £312,995
2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes
Our sales office is open 10:00am - 5:00pm Thursday to Monday. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
The range of property designs available will be of interest to first-time buyers and families, as well as professionals commuting locally and to London. In addition, sustainable features are built in to all Ashberry Homes’ properties, contributing to reduced energy costs for residents, while at the same time protecting the environment and conserving natural resources.
Green open spaces within the development echo the ambience of the surrounding area, which is ideal for prospective purchasers looking for a rural base within easy reach of the urban amenities afforded by Rochester (four miles away), Chatham (six miles away) and Maidstone (17 miles away).
Well-regarded primary and secondary schools can be found in the local area, including Hoo St Werburgh and Chattenden primary schols, and the Hundred of Hoo Academy for older students. Further and higher education opportunities are offered by Mid Kent College at its Maidstone and Gillingham campuses.
The village centre is just a short walk from Willow Fields and is home to several shops, including two small supermarkets – ideal for stocking up on everyday essentials. Rochester offers a range of independent, boutique and specialist stores, while familiar high-street names can be found in the Pentagon shopping centre in Chatham, and in both The Mall and Fremlin Walk in Maidstone. One of the largest shopping centres in the country – Bluewater – is 20 minutes’ drive away and boasts around 300 shops, cafés, restaurants, an adventure park and a multi-screen cinema.
Willow Fields’ residents will find a wealth of leisure possibilities virtually on their doorstep, from leisurely walks through the countryside to fitness classes and swimming at the village sports centre. Children’s play areas are located in Kingshill Recreation Ground, five minutes’ walk away, and in Pottery Road Recreation Ground, 15 minutes’ walk away. Capstone Farm Country Park, 20 minutes’ drive from the development, has play areas, walking trails, cycle routes, bridleways and picnic areas, as well as being home to a variety of wildlife. Many species of birds and insects can also be seen at High Halstow National Nature Reserve, part of RSPB Northward Hill, less than 10 minutes away by car.
Commuters working in nearby towns, Maidstone, or London, will find several major roads easily accessible from Willow Fields, including the A228, the A2 and the M2. Frequent trains run from both Strood and Rochester train stations to Maidstone, Dover, London St Pancras International, London Bridge, London Victoria and Ebbsfleet International, among many other destinations.