Guide price

£785,000

4 bedroom Detached House for sale, Hawkinge, Kent, CT18

Fernfield Lane

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Council Tax: Folkestone and Hythe District Council Band NA
Tenure: Freehold
  • Brand New High Efficient Detached 4 Bedroom Home
  • Choice of Designs
  • High Specification Throughout
  • Good Sized Gardens
  • Edge of Town Location
  • 10 Year Build Warranty

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Plot 9 at Wildflower Meadow is the impressive Wild Flowers house type and is a modern styled take on a traditional Kentish barn featuring an impressive double height entrance hall window and centrepiece oak staircase. The open plan kitchen, dining and family room with central island offers a harmonious space for family living and is ideal for entertaining, with seamless connection to the outdoors. The spacious double aspect living room offers an abundance of light and a multi fuel burning stove to create a cosy ambience on those chilly evenings. Further accommodation to the ground floor includes a cloakroom/wc and a utility room which provides internal access to the attached garage. Once upstairs there is a most imposing landing leading to the four bedrooms with pleasant outlooks. The two principle bedrooms benefit from luxury en-suites in addition to the main family bathroom.

Wildflower Meadow offers a mix of thirteen impressive 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes all located on the edge of Hawkinge, situated at the start of one of the many picturesque country lanes that lead into the nearby beautiful chalk downland countryside, the development will offer the benefits of living in a modern energy efficient home near to open countryside but with the look and feel of living in a traditionally built home.
All of the designs offer individual features and have a high specification and finish throughout, the architect has cleverly included a mix of traditional elements such high pitched roofs, rustic brickwork and timber external cladding with modern contemporary floor layouts enabling these homes to offer adaptable easy to maintain living with the benefits of the latest energy efficient cost saving air heat source pumps, heat insulating glass and insulated loft spaces.

Some of the features and specification that will make a discerning difference, is the impressive open plan contemporary styled kitchen which open onto the family eating area and into the garden room, the full height entrance hall with its oak staircase fitted with a glazed balustrade, full height glazed windows, high security doors, energy efficient radiator free underfloor heating, fitted multi fuel burners in the main reception rooms, fully tiled wet rooms and quality flooring fitted throughout. For peace of mind, all of the homes are built to the latest build regulations, have excellent energy ratings and the benefits of a 10 year build warranty.

Wildflower Meadow is set to become a key desirable place to live, whether you are looking for a starter home, a new larger family home with adaptable living space or a more energy efficient home to resize to, Wildflower Meadow has something to offer.

Room Notes
About Hawkinge and the Local AreaOriginally a typical downland village with a rich local history dating as far back to the 13th century, Hawkinge has expanded to become a thriving community that has recently gained status as a Town. Hawkinge can be remembered for the World War II RAF fighter station which was first commissioned in 1912 during the First World War, the base has since been redeveloped into residential housing and as a consequence, Hawkinge is now able to offer excellent local community amenities such as a new primary school, community centre and a local superstore as well as retaining its historic village centre.Wildflower Meadow is nestled in Hawkinge’s rural outskirts and provides easy access to woodland walks and open countryside on your doorstep. A short walk to Reinden Woods provides an excellent escape for countryside walking, mountain biking and easy access to popular road cycling routes.This Exclusive development has easy access to the local Seafront of Folkestone with the newly developed Harbour Arm and Artisan Old High Street providing Quality multi-cultural street food and locally produced food and beverages including Ales Wines and the Lighthouse Champagne Bar. There is also a Street Market focussed on hand crafted products that mixed with the big screen that has regular displays of Classic Films and sporting events including Wimbledon and the Ashes creates a unique day out. The Historical old High Street has an abundance of Art galleries Clothes shops and Café helping to create a unique Parisian feel.A short drive will take you to the popular sunny sands and cliff top walks along the white cliffs providing access to lawn tennis and bowls and a popular café providing views over to France while you enjoy a traditional English breakfast. Also easily accessible is the Cathedral City of Canterbury with excellent shopping and site seeing attractions.
Local EducationThere are a range of education and schooling available from the choice of two primary schools in Hawkinge itself to the secondary and grammar schools in nearby Folkestone, all of which have good to excellent OFSTED ratings. There are a number of well respected Private Schools in the region and there is good access to the Canterbury Christ Church University located in Canterbury.
Travel InformationOn foot:• Hawkinge Primary School - 24 minutes 1.2 mile• Churchill Primary School - 35 minutes 1.7 miles• Tesco Express, Hawkinge - 25 minutes 1.3 mile• Local Supermarket, Hawkinge - 34 minutes 1.7 mile• Hawkinge Community Centre - 28 minutes 1.4 milesCycle:• Harvey Grammar School for Boys - 31 minutes 3.4 miles• The Folkestone School for Girls - 27 minutes 4.8 miles• Folkestone Academy – 21 minutes 4.1 miles• Folkestone Central Train Station - 22 minutes 4.2 milesBy Car:• Local Supermarket - 6 minutes 1.9 mile• Hawkinge Primary School - 4 minutes 1.2 mile• Churchill Primary School - 6 minutes 1.8 miles• Harvey Grammar School for boys - 24 minutes 4.1 miles• The Folkestone School for Girls - 16 minutes 5.4 miles• Folkestone Academy – 11 minutes 4.1 miles• Folkestone Central Train Station - 12 minutes 4.2 miles• Folkestone Town Centre - 14 minutes 4.7 miles• Etchinhill Golf Course - 14 minutes 5 miles• Roundwood Hall Golf Course - 18 minutes. 11.5 miles• Kent Battle of Britain Museum Trust - 6 minutes 1.8 miles• Folkestone Eurotunnel - 20 minutes 7.3 miles• Dover Town Centre - 16 minutes 9.4 miles• Canterbury City Centre - 28 minutes 15 miles• Ashford McCarthy Glenn Designer Outlet - 28 minutes. 18.3 milesTrain Travel Times:• Folkestone Central to Ashford International - 19 minutes• Folkestone Central to London St Pancras - 56 minutesPlease note all distances and times are approximate.
Please NotePlease note, the information shown was correct at the time of its production and certain details may have changed since. Floor plans, kitchen layouts and dimensions are taken from architectural drawings and are for guidance only. Dimensions stated are within a tolerance of plus or minus 50mm. Maximum dimensions are usually stated and there may be projections into these. Photography may have been created digitally and is indicative of the final finish and specification. Computer generated images are not to scale and landscaping is indicative. Finishes, colours and materials may vary from those shown. This brochure does not constitute any part of a contract, nor does it constitute an offer. M & Co Homes Ltd reserves the right to make alterations to the specification of the homes at any time during the course of the construction without prior notice.

IMPORTANT NOTE TO POTENTIAL PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our 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. The 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 photographs and measurements have been taken as a guide only and are not precise. Floor plans where included are not to scale and accuracy is not guaranteed. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are travelling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

Energy Efficiency Rating

Very energy efficient - lower running costs

(92 plus) A
(81 - 91) B
(69 - 80) C
(55 - 68) D
(39 - 54) E
(21 - 38) F
(1 - 20) G

Not energy efficient - higher running costs

Current

89

Potential

90

CO2 Rating

Very energy efficient - lower running costs

(92 plus) A
(81 - 91) B
(69 - 80) C
(55 - 68) D
(39 - 54) E
(21 - 38) F
(1 - 20) G

Not energy efficient - higher running costs

Current

N/A

Potential

N/A

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