Tel: 01227 784 784
26a Castle Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2PU
SHOWHOME NOW AVAILABLE TO VIEW - by appointment only. Three bedroom detached homes with open plan kitchen and dining area, separate living room and en-suite. All properties have parking for two cars and selected plots have the addition of a detached double garage. Heritage Fields is a unique development of 17 luxury family homes, ideally situated in the picturesque village of St. Nicholas-at-Wade and just minutes from the Kent coast. Accessed via a private road, each home combines traditional and modern styles inspired by the rustic charm of timber-clad barns on the outside with the highest quality specification inside. The properties are built using traditional construction methods by skilled local craftsmen and all have spacious landscaped gardens, ample off-street parking with detached single and double garages on selected plots. Each home will offer something different with regards to style and layout and features found throughout include fitted kitchens with integrated appliances, a mixture of fitted carpets and luxury vinyl flooring, gas central heating and underfloor heating (where applicable), contemporary bathroom suites with localised tiling, chrome light switches and LED lighting and timber bi-folding doors to selected plots. All homeowners are also provided with a 12 year BLP secure new home warranty which includes 1 year Sunningdale House Developments Ltd customer care warranty.
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. St Nicholas is proud of its village hall dating from the 1930s and its sports field with cricket pavilion in Bell Meadow that hosts 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 the area which has 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 whilst the A28 provides excellent access to both Canterbury and the coast. If you are after connections to London St Pancras it is only 3.4 miles to Birchington train station and 3.8 miles to Minster train station. 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.
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