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Hazelbourne Avenue, Borough Green, Kent
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This development is situated in the village of Borough Green with its shops and amenities including banks, library and general convenience stores. Borough Green benefits from its own main line station with train services on the Victoria/Blackfriars and Maidstone lines.
- Fitted kitchen with hob/oven and extractor fan, fridge/freezer, washing machine
- Pure white bathroom suite
- Full height tiling round bath and showering area
- Heated towel rail
- Floor coverings throughout
- TV and telephone points to lounge, kitchen and master bedroom
- Satellite point to lounge and master bedroom
- Allocated parking spaces
Motorway links are via the M20/M26 and M25, Junction 2a at Wrotham Heath. There are primary schools in Borough Green, Platt, Ightham and Wrotham, with further amenities and schools in Sevenoaks; approximately 7 miles distance, with its own mainline station offering services on the Charing Cross/Cannon Street line. Peak hour fast service to London takes approximately 30 minutes.
To be eligible for these houses you must meet the following criteria.
1. Minimum income of £25,000.
2. Priority will go to applicants with a local connection to Borough Green, Wrotham, Igtham, Plaxtol and Platt.
Local connection is:
- Currently living in the area or previously lived there for 6 of last 12 months, or 3 of last 5 years. Currently work in the area.
- Have close family members in the area continuously for more than 5 years. Family member is defined as parents, brother, sisters, or adult children of the applicant.
- Member of the household is under 19 and attending full time, non-advanced education within the above area.
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