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Set in the heart of the countryside, the bustling market town of Ashford is an excellent location to consider buying a new home in Kent. It offers great shopping, including the McArthurGlen designer outlet shopping centre, an excellent choice of schools, including grammar schools, and a host of nightlife and entertainment options, including bowling, nightclubs, multiplex cinema, restaurants and bars.
There are many fantastic new homes for sale in Ashford, Kent at present. Ashford lies in the heart of the Kent countryside, offering great value new houses and good local amenities including grammar schools, an outlet shopping centre, an ever-expanding roster of restaurants and bars, multiplex cinema and bowling alley. All of this is just 38 minutes from London and less than three hours to Brussels or Paris by high-speed train.
Affordable homes specialist Moat have announced their year end results, demonstrating a remarkable year despite the difficult economic conditions and challenges for first-time buyers.
In 2010/11, Moat's sales and marketing team helped 822 households to buy a new home, thanks to a range of affordable housing HomeBuy options.
Right now, there seems to be something for everyone looking for new homes in Chatham, Gillingham or Rochester, known as The Medway Towns, in Kent.
The prospect of picking up one of the first properties for sale on Ward Homes' development of new homes in Bromley encouraged over 700 visitors to view the site at Trinity Village in Bromley Common at its launch last weekend. The housebuilder even sold four houses from the first phase at the launch event, underlining latent demand for brand new properties in the area.
There are a number of property developments available to suit all budgets, offering great value and modern living in new homes in Kent, including in the fast-growing and vibrant county town. Maidstone sits on the River Medway, which runs through the heart of the town, offering many riverside apartments and new homes.
A district manager for Dover and Thanet Libraries has finally taken the plunge and bought her first new home in Ramsgate, Kent, after putting her decision off to buy a new home for the three years due to the uncertainty in the UK economy.