As demand for homes shows no signs of slowing down with UK buyers on the hunt for more space, Berkeley has released a further collection of houses at its developments in Kent, providing more people with a unique opportunity to enjoy the lifestyle the Garden of England has to offer.
At Hollyfields and Foal Hurst Green families have an unrivalled, quintessentially rural idyll on the doorstep near to Royal Tunbridge Wells, while Quinton Court in the heart of Sevenoaks offers a fresh take on apartment living with the added luxury of outdoor space. All of the Berkeley developments in Kent benefit from excellent schools in close proximity, which further adds to their appeal.
Berkeley's new community Hollyfields in Tunbridge Wells has been popular among families, drawn to it because of the abundance of green space surrounding the development and the immaculate specification of the houses, alongside Ofsted-rated 'Outstanding' St Peter's CofE Primary School which recently relocated to the site.
Following the success of the previous phases, on 31st July Berkeley released a further range of homes designed for various lifestyles, comprising two-bedroom coach houses and three, four and five-bedroom houses. All the properties feature ample outdoor space and flexible layouts ideal for homeworking, and benefit from high-speed internet connectivity throughout .
Located on the edge of the High Weald, Hollyfields boasts a stunning setting. The 13.8-hectare development is surrounded by greenery, and residents can enjoy trim trails, woodlands, and outdoor play areas on the doorstep. The development is located just 1.2 miles from Tunbridge Wells town centre and train station, where direct trains reach London in 44 minutes.
A dedicated residents' shuttle bus operates regular services between Hollyfields and the train station during commuter hours.
Prices at Hollyfields start from £410,000 for a two-bedroom coach house and £580,000 for a three-bedroom house.
For those looking for more privacy without sacrificing connectivity and easy access to amenities, Berkeley has created Foal Hurst Green in Paddock Wood, which has just launched its latest collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes.
Adjacent to the 29-acre Foal Hurst Wood and with play areas, a five-acre nature reserve, natural landscaping, hedgerows, and a duck pond on site, Foal Hurst Green is the ultimate oasis of tranquillity, where families can reconnect with nature and recharge their batteries after a busy day. The new community is located within walking distance to Paddock Wood town centre and train station, running regular services to London Bridge in just 41 minutes and offering a wealth of amenities as part of a bustling village community.
Prices at Foal Hurst Green start from £255,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, and £550,000 for a three-bedroom house.
Those looking for a bolthole close to London will be pleased to know that there are still homes remaining at Quinton Court (now 70% sold), Berkeley's boutique development of two- and three-bedroom apartments located in an elegant red-brick building in Sevenoaks town centre.
Residents at Quinton Court have access to a meticulously landscaped internal courtyard with a communal garden, acting as a quiet oasis away from the busy town, as well as private balconies and terraces to some properties. With outdoor space remaining among buyers' top priorities , those living at Quinton Court will enjoy the luxury of fresh air and greenery on their doorstep without any additional maintenance.
Berkeley recently opened the doors to a new show home at Quinton Court, allowing buyers to experience the specification Berkeley is known for first-hand. The two-bedroom apartment has been dressed by interior designer Honky.
With plenty of spacious internal accommodation and superfast fibre broadband connectivity , these homes provide the perfect environment for productive home working.
The town centre is dotted with independent boutiques and high-street brands, and the local dining scene is remarkably varied, with a wide selection of established chains and niche eateries. The 1,000-acre Knole Park with the National Trust historic estate, deer park and expansive parkland is also nearby, providing an ideal destination for weekend walks.
Perfect for commuters, Quinton Court benefits from excellent transport links, allowing residents to get to London Bridge from Sevenoaks train station in just 22 minutes.
Prices at Quinton Court start from £525,000 for a two-bedroom apartment and £772,000 for a three-bedroom apartment, with Stamp Duty contributions available.
For more information about all of Berkeley's developments across Kent, visit www.berkeleygroup.co.uk.