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Harfleet Gardens in Ash by Bovis Homes
Ash, Kent, CT3 2AX
3 bedroom houses - £389,995 - £409,995
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A fantastic new range of 3 and 4 bedroom homes now available. Selling from Davington Fields, Faversham. Register your interest today to be the first to find out about new releases.Our fantastic new 3 and 4 bedroom homes offer contemporary design and styling, whilst retaining classic architecture and traditional build quality. The homes include popular features such as open plan living areas and kitchens, plus spacious master bedrooms, most with en suites. This exciting new development located in the ancient village of Ash in Kent and only 11 miles from the world-famous cathedral city of Canterbury and close to the coast.
Just 14 miles north of Ash you'll find the award-winning
beach of Herne Bay and the pretty seaside town of
Whitstable with its working harbour is only 20 miles.
For trips to London catch a train from Sandwich Railway
Station for St Pancras International or London Charing Cross
and for air travel London City Airport is 74 miles and Gatwick
The village is bypassed by the A257, which links it to the
historic town of Sandwich, four miles away and to Sandwich
Bay with its two world-class golf courses.
Head west on the A257 for the popular city of Canterbury,
with three UNESCO world heritage sites. The city boasts a
castle, cathedral, abbey, the Kentish Stour river, shops, parks
and ancient woodlands.