Spectacular Views and Surrounded By Beautiful Countryside
Less Than Ten Miles From Folkestone and Canterbury
50% OF THE HOMES ARE NOW RESERVED LAST FEW UNITS REMAINING
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**** 50% NOW RESERVED - LAST FEW UNITS REMAINING ****
Modern design and unspoilt surroundings are a rare combination. Lydden Hills, set in the North Downs offers the opportunity to enjoy living in the heart of the stunning rolling countryside of South-East Kent in a home that offers exciting modern style. Just a few minutes North of Dover in the North Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this exclusive development provides just thirty one, three and four bedroom houses. Striking countryside, a traditional community and homes built for today.
The bold lines of Lydden Hills are the work of Proctor & Matthews, London, an architectural practice which has established a reputation for distinctive contemporary homes in London and across Southern England.
Their design brief was to create a fresh, modern style informed by the agricultural structures of the Kent countryside. This exciting project also involved PHL Carlton Design Partnership, who did a meticulous job of finalising the drawings. The result is a striking new aesthetic based around a palette of cool muted greys, where detail and proportion combine to deliver a sense of place.
The Silver has been designed using high spec fixtures and finished to the highest standards. Wood effect flooring complements the white washed walls and smart architrave and skirting boards.
Throughout the property you will find modern UPVC double doors and windows that let light flood through the three floors. The open plan living space offers ample room for entertaining and is divided over two floors, making the space versatile and appealing for families.
Kitchens are individually designed with a mixture of worktop finishes, soft close doors and fitted with integrated appliances throughout.
En-suites, bathrooms and cloakrooms are effortlessly stylish, with contemporary white sanitary ware contrasted with quality black brass ware and flawless decorative finishes. Superior specifications in every detail.
Beautiful bespoke cupboards and wardrobes have been fitted and storage has been cleverly designed to maximise the space and create a minimalistic feel.
Delightful views, balconies, landscaped gardens, and composite decking is offered on all of our Graphite properties. Each come with their own carport and garage which has power and lighting.
Electric car charging points can be fitted (subject to an additional cost)
Countryside living is perfect for families and for anyone who enjoys the natural world. The woods and fields around Lydden Hills provide so many opportunities to explore, walk, run, and cycle. But the local area offers much more, with a wealth of historic and cultural sites to discover and enjoy within easy reach of Lydden Hills.
To the south of Lydden lies Dover, with its brooding castle, iconic White Cliffs, and a wealth of entertainment including two cinemas, a theatre and the St James retail and leisure complex.
Enjoy traditional dining at The Lydden Bell just a short walk from Lydden Hills or sample the local ale at the Carpenters Arms in nearby Coldred. You will find a hearty breakfast at the Colonels Caf on the Heritage Railway at Shepherds well. Stop for lunch at the National Trust Visitor Centre Caf or The Vineyard in the Valley Caf.
The village of Lydden is an idyllic country location and living at Lydden Hills offers superb road and rail connections. The A2 provides swift road links to Dover, Canterbury and on to the M2, while Shepherds well Railway station is just a short drive away.
The town centre of Folkestone is situated less than 10 miles away with its arty vibe, thriving harbour and beautiful beaches this is a wonderful place to have close by. The high speed into London will take you under an hour from Folkestone central. Heading further afield The Eurotunnel and Port of Dover is also close by.
Less than 20 minutes to the north lies Canterbury with its Cathedral, the Marlowe Theatre and Concert Hall and a wealth of galleries. Canterbury hosts an annual festival with a wide range of musical events from opera and symphony concerts to world music, jazz and folk there is always more to discover.
Canterbury has an excellent choice of educational amenities, ranging from Grammar schools to well-regarded private schools and three universities.
We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements, floor plans and site plans are a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Fixtures and fittings shown in any photographs are not necessarily included in the sale and need to be agreed with the seller.