£409,995 - £469,995
The Mill at Springfield
4 bedroom properties
James Whatman Way, Maidstone, Kent
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About the DevelopmentThe Mill at Springfield is a prestigious new development offering luxury riverside in Maidstone. With an desirable location, right on the banks of the river Medway, it’s the perfect setting for an invigorating morning run or relaxed evening stroll.
These fabulous homes will offer a luxury lifestyle, just minutes from Maidstone town centre and within walking distance of the station and a choice of outstanding schools.
The development offers a range of exclusive contemporary apartments and range of houses from stunning Regent collection. These enviable homes are sure to be in huge demand so register now and make sure you don’t miss out.
AmenitiesThe development lies close to the town centre with its range of shops and supermarkets for both day-to-day and weekly shopping, including both Waitrose and Sainsbury’s supermarkets.
The nearest GP is Brewster Street Surgery, just half a mile away (Sat Nav ME14 1RU, call 0845 388 6712), while the town has a choice of dentists, with Oakwod Dental Surgery the closest on London Road (Sat Nav ME16 0DP, call 0845 388 6712).
DiningThere is an excellent selection of top quality restaurants in Maidstone town centre, all within a short walk or taxi ride of The Mill. Trip Advisor lists no less than 233 places to eat, with Frederic Café Bistro, Mu Mu Restaurant, Gem of Kent and the Mediterranean flavours of La Taberna all highly recommended. Kits Coty Brasserie, The Town House, The Romney Restaurant and Bills are also popular.
For family dining, you’ll find a range of big name favourites at Lock Meadow Entertainment Centre, including Frankie and Benny’s and Burger King.
EducationNaturally, you want the very best start in life for your children, and you’ll be spoiled for choice in Maidstone, with a number of ‘good’ rated primary schools and ‘outstanding’ rated schools for older pupils all within easy reach. Nearby Brunswick House Primary, Palace Wood Primary and St Paul’s Infants all received a ‘good’ rating from Ofsted, while Northborough Juniors caters for years 3-6 and is also ‘good’ rated.
Maidstone operates a selective education system, with both grammar and non-selective schools achieving the highest Ofsted rating. Valley Park School, Maidstone Grammar, Maidstone Grammar School for Girls and Oakwood Park Grammar are all rated ‘outstanding’ and are all just a short distance from The Mill.
LeisureWhen it comes to evening entertainment, the town has a wide variety of leisure and culture to share, from the renowned productions at the Hazlitt Theatre, the River Stage and the Exchange Studio to the multi-screen blockbusters of Lock Meadow Entertainment Centre.
For a relaxing walk after a long day, the delightful River Medway passes alongside the development, with a bridge across to Whatman Park. And when it comes to the weekend, you can head for even more open spaces with the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is right on your doorstep, Vinters Valley Nature Reserve even closer and the magnificent Leeds Castle not far away.
Maidstone’s local leisure revolves around Mote Park, where you’ll find the local leisure centre as well as popular cricket and squash clubs both with lively social programmes as well as sports.
ShoppingMaidstone has 1million sq ft of retail space offering something for everyone. Check out the Fremlin Walk Shopping Centre, The Mall, Maidstone or the Broadway Shopping Centre. For something a little different, take a browse around the fascinating independents of the Royal Star Arcade and Pudding Lane. There is also a regular market every Tuesday and Saturday.
We all enjoy getting the best for less, so head for Ashford Designer Outlet, where you’ll find the top designer labels at significant reductions.
TransportMaidstone enjoys excellent commuter connections, with the M2 and M20 both just a few minutes drive away and the M25 just beyond. A number of major trunk roads also pass through the town, including the A20 and A26. London is 40miles, Tunbridge Wells is 18miles, Ashford is 22miles and Canterbury is 28miles.
The town has two main stations, with trains from Maidstone East, just a short walk away, reaching London Victoria in just over an hour and Ashford in half an hour. Maidstone West has trains to St Pancras via Strood also in around an hour. You can connect to Eurostar trains at Ashford International, speeding you directly to Paris and Brussels for that well earned European city break. If you are heading further afield, Gatwick and London City airports, and the continental ferries of Dover, are all less than an hour’s drive.
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