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Heritage Fields

Popular demand: 40% reserved & stamp duty offer

From £450,000

3-5 bed houses with Help to Buy: Equity Loan available as purchase option

The development

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Heritage Fields is an exciting new development of 17 homes at the end of the small Orchard Place Cul-de-sac in the sought after village of St. Nicholas-at-Wade in Kent. These stunning new homes varying from 3-5 bedrooms all with some individuality to their design and built using traditional methods with modern, high end internal finishes. This will include fully fitted kitchens, contemporary bathroom suites, ample parking, good sized gardens and outdoor space. Some units will also have garages. 

These properties will be finished to a high standard throughout. Kitchens will come with a comprehensive range of fitted base and wall units, integrated appliance and Silestone worktops. Bathrooms will consist of contemporary suites with chrome fitments, heated towel rails and localised tiling. There will be a range of Karndean (or equivalent) flooring and carpets fitted throughout. As a reflection of the quality, each property will come with a 12 year New Home Warranty, rather than the standard 10 years. Sunningdale House Developments Ltd also provide a dedicated Customer Care department giving buyers added peace of mind up for up to 12 months from occupation.

*These details are given as an accurate interpretation of the specification for this development. The developer reserves the right to alter the specification at any time, and any choices detailed are done so at the developer’s discretion and dependent on the stage of build.

Interest levels in this new development are high, and reservations have already been taken.

Please contact us on 01227  784 784 or email to register your interest.

The area

Nestled between the seaside towns of Birchington and Herne Bay and only 10 miles from the historic city of Canterbury is the semi-rural village of St Nicholas at Wade. Originally named after the Patron Saint of sailors, it is reputed that there was once a channel of water that you would have to wade across to reach the village. The Wantsum Channel was a strait separating the Isle of Thanet from the north-eastern extremity of the English county of Kent and connecting the English Channel and the Thames Estuary. It was a major shipping route when Britain was part of the Roman Empire, and continued in use until it was closed by silting in the late Middle Ages. Its course is now represented by the River Stour and the River Wantsum, which is little more than a drainage ditch lying between Reculver and St Nicholas-at-Wade and joins the Stour about 1.7 miles (2.7 km) south-east of Sarre. St Nicholas is proud of its village hall dating from the 1930’s and its sports field with cricket pavilion in Bell Meadow that host’s cricket matches and of course, not forgetting the Church dating back to Norman times. St Nicholas boasts one of the most sought after primary schools in Thanet with an outstanding Ofsted report. There are two local pubs serving exceptional food and a village shop with post office. Despite its semi-rural setting, it is under 1 mile to the A299 that provides links to the M2 and only 3.8 miles to Minster train station that has connections to Canterbury West where you can pick up the high speed service that will take you to London St Pancras in under an hour. It is only a 4.5 mile drive to the beautiful Minnis Bay which is popular for windsurfing, kitesurfing and provides access to some excellent coastal cycling and walking routes. There are three prestigious golf courses in the area. Royal St Georges - home to the Open every 4 to 5 years (the next date is in 2020), Princes Golf Course and North Foreland, which are all 'Links' style courses.

Help to buy is also available at this development.

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From Canterbury: Take the A28 Island Road and continue along this road for just over 5 Miles. Upon entering the village of Sarre take the first exit at the roundabout, continuing on Canterbury Road. After 1.1 miles take the left hand turn onto Manor Road. The development is on the left hand side and is well signposted.

Sat-nav users: Manor Road, CT7 0NY


All Enquiries

Sandersons Developments

26a Castle Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2PU

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01227 784 784

The Developer

Sunningdale House Developments are an independent company with considerable experience of building quality homes. The directors have a very 'hands on' approach and are personally involved in project managing all their sites.  This attention to detail is one of the reasons that their developments stand out as they do. They select the right locations and build superior, comfortable homes that people want.

Sunningdale set the highest standards in terms of build quality and directly employ construction experts and trusted local craftsman to produce superb properties of all sizes. They are passionate about building homes that sit comfortably in their environment and reflect local styles of architecture.

For more information or to arrange a viewing call 01227 784 784