£214,995 - £234,995
Regent Quay Apartments
2 bedroom properties
Eurolink Way, Sittingbourne, Kent
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About the DevelopmentRedrow is proud to announce Regent Quay apartments, a range of stunning new homes based in Sittingbourne, Kent. This development combines modern living with a real sense of community and is designed for you to make the most out of life.
Our beautiful homes boast modern conveniences and architecture in a timeless style, good road and rail links making this development an ideal location. Just a short walk from Sittingbourne station, and within easy reach of the M2, Regent Quay is ideal for commuters, with a journey time of under an hour into the city. And with a great selection of local schools, shopping and leisure facilities right on your doorstep, making it the ideal lifestyle.
AmenitiesThere are Aldi, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s supermarkets all within easy reach of Regent’s Quay for both day to day and weekly shopping.
Local doctors can be found at Holly Bank Surgery (call 0845 463 4051, Sat Nav ME10 1NQ) with dentists available at Milton Regis Dental Clinic (Call 0845 463 4051, Sat Nav ME10 2AR).
There is a good selection of restaurants within walking distance of Regent’s Quay, including The Empress of India, La Pizzeria, Lateef, British Raj and Thai Fusion.
In the town centre, just a little further away, you’ll find an even bigger selection, with something for every taste and budget, from the Chinese buffet of Water Palace, to family favourites like KFC and Pizza Hut.
EducationThe development has a good selection of schools close by, with Borden CofE Primary and St Peter’s Catholic Primary both around a mile away, plus 26 other primary schools in the Sittingbourne area. For secondary education, Westlands School is under half a mile away, with Borden Grammar and Highsted Grammar offering alternatives close by.
LeisureSittingbourne boasts the excellent Swallows Leisure Centre while golfers will be spoiled for choice with Sittingbourne and Milton Regis Golf Club, Upchurch River Valley and Sittingbourne Golf Centre all within easy reach.
For evening entertainment, Maidstone and Gillingham have a selection of cinemas, theatres and nightclubs. For a night out with a difference, visit Sittingbourne’s Central Park Stadium for thrilling speedway or greyhound racing.
Milton Creek Country Park is the ‘green heart of Sittingbourne’ and has had a £2m investment in recent years to provide excellent facilities. Alternatively, you can take a step back in time with the Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway. And if you do like to be beside the seaside, then Whitstable, Herne Bay, Margate and Ramsgate are all just a short drive away, packed with traditional attractions.
ShoppingSittingbourne has an excellent range of shops, with The Forum shopping centre within walking distance of the development, and Sittingbourne Retail Park just a mile away.
Maidstone, 12 miles away, and Gillingham, just 9 miles away, both provide a rewarding day’s shopping, plus of course London is also within easy reach for that extra special Oxford Street shopping trip.
TransportSittingbourne is far enough away from London to enjoy a quiet life, yet the city is still within easy reach, with trains from Sittingbourne Station to Kings Cross, St. Pancras in approx. 58 minutes. The M2 and M20 are also close by, providing rapid links to the M25 and the city beyond. Both Gatwick and London City Airport are approx. 40 miles away, with Heathrow just over 50 miles. The Eurotunnel can be accessed at Ashford with regular continental ferries from Dover.
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