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Oakley Grange by Crest Nicholson Eastern

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Oakley Grange

Introducing Oakley Grange, a charming collection of traditional new 2 bedroom bungalows, 2 & 3 bedroom cottages and 4 & 5 bedroom family homes set in the idyllic village of Headcorn, Kent.

Headcorn is a traditional English village providing attractive quaint exteriors and facades to existing buildings, a village pub, tea rooms, a selection of boutique shops, a village green and the Church of St Peter & St Pauls.

Oakley Grange is excellently located within this sought after village, just a short walk from the High Street for all local amenities and within easy reach of the towns of Maidstone & Ashford. The M20 is just a short drive away providing easy access to the M25 and the port of Dover.

Headcorn is home to a station providing direct links into London Victoria in just 69 minutes, alternatively Ashford International is just 14 miles away providing the High Speed One service into London St Pancras in just 38 minutes.

This stylish new development provides the best of both worlds, conveniently located with excellent commuter links, whilst being surrounded by stunning open countryside. Oakley Grange provides the perfect escape for a tranquil and peaceful lifestyle.

For more information or to be one of the first to reserve your new home at Oakley Grange, visit our newly launched Marketing Suite today.
  1. A charming collection of traditional new homes
  2. Set in the idyllic village of Headcorn, Kent
  3. Just a short walk from the High Street for all local amenities
  4. The M20 is just a short drive away



Grigg Lane, Headcorn, TN27

Opening hours

The development is open Monday – Sunday, 10am - 5pm

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

This is the perfect area for family fun, with plenty of countryside to explore and a host of attractions to discover across the county.

Smarden is less than a 10-minute drive away and is home to the Wildlife Heritage Foundation, which focuses on the conservation of big cats. The village also has a number of traditional pubs, including The Flying Horse and The Chequers. Sissinghurst Castle, a National Trust site, is also a short drive away and is the perfect place to visit on a sunny day, with a warm and welcoming café to relax in and gardens bursting with bright blooms.

Local Shopping

Today, the village is home to a close-knit community and has a variety of modern amenities including a village green, boutique shops, tea rooms, a delicatessen and a selection of takeaway restaurants.

The picturesque town of Tenterden, often referred to as The Jewel in the Weald, is less than a 20-minute drive away and is home to a historic, bustling High Street, which is lined with quaint shops and restaurants. The busier towns of Maidstone and Ashford are also within easy reach and offer something for everyone.


Families at Oakley Grange will have access to a selection of great schools. Headcorn Primary School is located in the centre of the village and has a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating, whilst The Old School House Nursery is just a short walk away.

For those seeking private education, Sutton Valence School is just three miles away and has been serving the community since 1576. There are also a number of excellent schools within easy reach. Rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, Cranbrook School is a co-educational grammar, boarding and day school and is just a short drive away. Over 750 pupils attend the school and it offers high quality education to boys and girls aged 11-18. Other exclusive schools in the area include Benenden, a leading independent boarding school for girls and Bethany School, which has a stunning countryside location, occupying 60 acres of the Weald.

For families searching higher education, The Homewood School and Sixth Form Centre in Tenterden is less than a 20-minute drive from Oakley Grange and serves over 2,500 students, so there’s something for all ages.

Transport Links

Oakley Grange has excellent transport links, which makes it perfect for commuting into the city.

Positioned on the A274 and near to the M20 and M25, travelling by car is simple. Headcorn Railway Station is just an eight minute walk away and offers regular links into London Victoria. Ashford International is also just 14-miles away, where you can catch the High Speed One service into London St Pancras which takes just 38-minutes.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Headcorn (0.4 miles)
National Train Station logo Staplehurst (3.3 miles)
National Train Station logo Lenham (5.6 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Building homes and communities

A Crest Nicholson home is more than just bricks and mortar, it is a new home designed to exceed your expectations.

From contemporary city centre apartments and townhouses to traditional detached homes or sophisticated mixed use developments, Crest Nicholson offers an impressive portfolio of property across the UK. The company is renowned for creating innovative, design led, sustainable communities which continue to set ever higher environmental standards.

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