This new development, due to launch mid to late 2018, will feature approximately 30 three and four bedroom homes in the picturesque village of Lydden, near Dover. All homes will feature Pentland Homes’ high quality specification throughout, from designer kitchens to spacious en suite bathrooms.
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The village of Lydden is surrounded by woodland and grazing pastures, with the extensive Lydden and Temple Ewell National Nature Reserve showcasing some of Europe’s finest surviving chalk downland. The area is rich in wildlife, including rare orchids, birds and butterflies.
Amenities in the village include a primary school, GP surgery and the Lydden Bell pub, popular for its locally sourced food and beer selection.
Lydden is situated just a stone’s throw from the A2, providing easy access to Dover and Canterbury. Local bus services connect the village to neighbouring towns, and Kearsney train station is just a few minutes’ drive away, with Southeastern services to Ramsgate via Dover, or London Charing Cross. For faster access to London, High Speed 1 services from Dover Priory can take you to London in less than an hour.
The historic town of Dover has a great deal to offer, from its world famous White Cliffs to the impressive Dover Castle. The town features many high performing primary and secondary schools, in addition to a well-equipped leisure centre, library, plenty of shops, bars and eateries and many green spaces including parks, gardens and nature reserves.
The renovated seafront area features a promenade walk, water sports centre, several popular restaurants and the De Bradelei Wharf shopping outlet. The Port of Dover is Europe’s busiest ferry port, as well as an award-winning cruise port hosting some of the world’s most prestigious cruise lines.
A little further afield, the city of Canterbury also boasts world-famous heritage, as well as a reputation as the cultural hub of Kent. Festivals and events draw visitors to the area year round, and since its multi million pound redevelopment in 2011, the Marlowe Theatre has become on the country’s leading regional theatres.
The city centre is home to historic Canterbury Cathedral, surrounded by medieval streets, which feature all the biggest high street names and fashion brands, as well as many quality independent retailers. For those looking to dine in style, Canterbury offers a vast range of fantastic places to eat and drink, from traditional pubs to world class restaurants and bars.
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