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Springfield Park

1, 2 and 3 bedroom properties
Maidstone, Kent

 
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More information about Springfield Park...

Springfield Park is a stunning development of 502 luxury 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments a short walk from the centre of Maidstone.

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AMAZING INCENTIVES AVAILABLE ON THE IMPERIAL*

Move in hassle free with the following available incentives: stamp duty contributions, complimentary furniture packs, legal fee contributions & mortgage paid for 6 months.

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With views over the River Medway, Maidstone centre and the surrounding Kent countryside, Springfield Park is set to become a sought-after location.

Located Less than 5 minutes from the M20 motorway and 56 minutes into central London, Springfield Park is ideal for families and couples wanting to live in a smaller town setting within easy travelling distance of the capital and the Kent countryside.

Each of the developmentā€™s beautifully designed homes feature contemporary open-plan living areas, including superb bespoke designer kitchens and stunning high specification bathrooms, all finished to the highest standards.

*Not all above incentives can be used together. Speak to a Sales Consultant to find out more.

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