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Oakwood House at St Andrews Park, A228 Formby Road, Halling, Kent, ME2 1AW

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With its original red brick and tile frontage and traditional bay windows, Oakwood House has a classic look you'll feel proud to come home to.

Step inside the Oakwood apartments and you'll find plenty of space for your family, or for you and a friend to share, with two double bedrooms and a large open plan.

The master bedroom is particularly well appointed, with its own en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes, while the second bedroom is directly opposite the bathroom giving almost the same level of convenience and privacy.

Lit on two sides, with a bay window to the ground and first floor apartments, the large open plan living area has everything you need, including a fully fitted kitchen, complete with appliances, neatly wrapped around one end. Add in lots of built in storage and even a separate laundry room and you've got the perfect two bed home to share.

About the Development

Our beautiful St. Andrews Park development is situated in the village of Halling, a mid-sized village located in a gap in the North Downs in the Northern part of Kent. The site is located next to a large blue lake and set against the backdrop of chalk cliffs, looking down to the River Medway and across the Medway valley. This means that moving into one of our new homes here will give you the privilege of some of the most picturesque views available in the county – if not the entire country.

Step inside the Oakwood apartments and you'll find plenty of space for your family, or for you and a friend to share, with two double bedrooms and a large open plan kitchen/dining/lounge area.

The master bedroom is particularly well appointed, with its own en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobe, while the second bedroom is directly opposite the bathroom giving almost the same level of convenience and privacy.

Amenities

In many ways a traditional English village, Halling has everything you would expect and want in the way of must-have amenities. There is a church, a Post Office, a convenience store and a youth centre in the centre, while the large blue lake helps to support the village's water supply.

Longford Dental Practice is only three miles from St. Andrews Park, Halling Medical Centre is within walking distance, and Maidstone Hospital which has an Accident and Emergency department, is only 20 minutes by car.

Dining

From comforting pub food to exquisite fine dining, Halling and the surrounding area has a range of options for all tastes. The best in British Mediterranean cuisine is available at Atrium Restaurant and Rochester's high street is home to Topes Restaurant. Offering a variety of menus that are all prepared with the best local produce, the restaurant is set in a beautiful building dating as far back as the 15th century. Among the many pubs in the area are The New Bell Inn in Rochester and Upnor's The Ship Inn. The latter is a true village pub, which prides itself on its family friendly atmosphere and its ever-changing daily specials menu.

Education

Halling Primary School lies within the village itself, with Wouldham CofE Primary and Snodland CofE Primary also close by. There is also an excellent choice of high quality senior schools within easy reach, including Sir Joseph Williamson's, Cobham Hall, Kings School and The Robert Napier School.

Local GPs can be found at Halling Medical Centre (Sat Nav: ME2 1NP call 01634 240238), with local dentists at Holborough Dental Surgery (Sat Nav: ME6 5NJ call 01634 242366)

Leisure

St Andrew's Park is within easy reach of a wide range of sports and leisure facilities, including a ski and snowboard centre at Chatham, Cobham Golf Club and Strood Sports Centre. The centre provides free swimming for under-11s and over-60s living in the area, a range of indoor and outdoor activities and even a cafe.
Speedy access to London means football fans are never far away from some of the country's top teams and cricket and rugby venues are also within easy reach. Rochester itself is ideal for a fun family day out and Medway Valley Leisure Park is only three miles from the development. With a Cineworld cinema, Gala Bingo, Hungry Horse and much more, there really is something for the whole family.

Shopping

Situated in close proximity to not one but two supermarkets, St Andrew's Park is perfectly located for your everyday shopping needs and more. Nearby Strood has a perfect mixture of high street names and family-run businesses and has an excellent reputation for quality goods and friendly service.
Each week, the town hosts a traditional market, as does the neighbouring town of Rochester. The perfect combination of old and new, St Andrew's Park is ideal for a range of shopping experiences.

Transport

Despite its delightful village location, St Andrews Park enjoys excellent commuter links, with the M20 and M2 both around 3 miles away opening up the whole of the South East. Maidstone is just 11 miles by road, with Gravesend just 10 miles and London just 32 miles.

Trains from Halling station will whisk you to London in just over three quarters of an hour, while London City Airport, 32 miles away, and Gatwick, just 38 miles away, provide easy access to Europe and the wider world.

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