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More homes released for sale in delightful village of Boughton Monchelsea

Ten new three- and four-bedroom properties from award-winning housebuilder

Fernham Homes is launching the second phase of its popular Boughton Park development in the historic village of Boughton Monchelsea. At the launch earlier this month, 10 new three- and four-bedroom properties were made available to purchase off-plan, with prices starting from £385,000.

The housebuilder has redesigned its house type range with modern family lifestyles in mind, featuring open plan kitchen/diners, and externals which will blend in with the local architecture.

Phase two at Boughton Park will introduce six different, new house types, ranging from the semi-detached, three-bedroom The Fairfield with its separate formal living room, to the generously sized and detached The Heverham, which has four double bedrooms and a handy utility room. All come with allocated parking spaces – some with a car port – and enjoy landscaped front gardens and turfed rear gardens with Indian sandstone patios, as well as large bi-fold doors.

Inside, the specification will be equally impressive, including fully fitted kitchens with integrated Bosch appliances, master bedroom suites with smart fully-fitted wardrobes, and USB sockets fitted to the kitchens and master bedrooms.

Lynne Smith, director of sales and marketing at Fernham Homes, says: “The first phase at Boughton Park is almost sold out. Boughton Monchelsea is a great location, offering both a thriving village community and good links to London, so buyers should register their interest as soon as possible.”

The new homes are part of Fernham’s select development of 43 three-, four- and five-bedroom properties on the edge of the village. The location is ideal for families as the village primary school is just a few minutes’ walk away and there’s a good selection of amenities on hand, including a playground, village hall, shop, post office and farm shop.

The award-winning housebuilder prides itself on finding great locations for its developments, and Boughton Park benefits from the best of both town and country. Maidstone station is just four miles away, offering services to Ashford International (with onward connections to mainland Europe) in 32 minutes, London St Pancras in 51 minutes and London Victoria in just more than an hour, while Marden station is less than six miles away, offering services to London Charing Cross in less than an hour.

Maidstone itself, the county town of Kent, is ranked in the top towns in the south-east of England for shopping, with more than a million square feet of retail space, including The Mall Maidstone and Fremlin Walk shopping centres. The riverside Lockmeadow Centre has a multiplex cinema, restaurants and nightclubs.

For those who prefer country to town, the North Downs and the Weald of Kent are close at hand for pleasant walks, and Boughton Monchelsea deer park has summer openings where you can glimpse the shy animals close at hand. There are tranquil walks along the River Beult, fishing at the Monk Lakes and the chance for a quiet pint in the local pub, The Cock Inn, which has been pouring out the ale since 1568. There’s also a craft brewery, Rockin Robin, and an award-winning restaurant, The Curious Eatery, in the village.

There are incentives available on selected plots. To make an appointment to view the show home visit www.fernham-homes.co.uk or call 01622 230361.

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David Buckley

Dave Buckley is a career journalist. “I once went painting girders for a week and discovered I didn’t like heights,” he says. “Apart from that it has always been journalism for me in one form or another.” Past local weekly publications he has worked for include: the South-East London Mercury* covering the Borough of Greenwich as a junior reporter; Orpington-based News Shopper as a sub-editor; and the Kent Messenger when based in Larkfield, Maidstone, as deputy chief sub-editor. He has also worked for the following dailies/nationals: Daily Express, Today*, News of the World* and Hong Kong Star*. All those marked with an asterisk no longer exist (trend emerging?). He owned and edited a Thailand-based property magazine before returning to England and currently works as a production editor on a car fleet magazine. His first foray into property ownership saw him move from London to Rainham (the Gillingham, Kent, variety). He has subsequently lived in Chislehurst, Petts Wood and Orpington in the Borough of Bromley (which he still regards as being in Kent). In more recent years he owned three different properties on the Kings Hill (West Malling) development.

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