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Mulberry Place

4 bedroom houses
Cockreed Lane, New Romney, Kent

 
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Mulberry Place is a development of fifty-two, three and four bedrooms detached and semi-detached new build homes. Surrounded by agricultural fields, the development is located in the small, picturesque town of New Romney.

Location
Once one of the original Cinque Ports, the town is now found a mile and a half inland, yet still just a stone's throw from the scenic beaches of Littlestone and Greatstone. New Romney sits on the edge of Romney Marsh, approximately 100 square miles of wetlands, which is home to diverse wildlife including some of the nation's most endangered bird species.

The historic high street in New Romney, dating back to the thirteenth century, offers all the local shops and amenities you would expect, including teashops, restaurants, pubs, banks, library, post office, supermarket and pharmacy.

Transport links include regular bus services to nearby towns such as Ashford, Dover, Folkestone and Hythe. High speed services to London via HS1 and to mainland Europe via Eurostar are less than thirty minutes away thanks to nearby Ashford International station. Coast bound services are also run from local stations including Appledore, Ham Street and Rye.

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