Inspiration Wednesday – Maidstone
Today’s #InspirationWednesday is Maidstone, in Kent. This county town sits not far from London, with the River Medway running through the centre and joining it with Rochester and the Thames Estuary.
Known in the past as the ‘Garden of England’, the town has a rich history of agriculture. It was also the home to the ‘Sharps Toffee Factory’ (later part of the Cadbury Trebor Basset family) which provided a large proportion of employment to the area. Although the area has been developed and booms commercially, it has still maintained its historic charms and buildings, though.
The town offers a great retreat from busy day-to-day work life; enjoy a peaceful meander on foot or by boat down the River Medway, visit White Horse Wood Country Park or have a go on the Bredgar and Wormshill Light Railway! And with Ofsted showing that the local schools are well up to standard, this is a great spot to locate your family home.
5 facts about Maidstone
The impressive complex at Saint Andrews Park is home to several apartments – one of which is this smart two bedroom home. This charming Grade II Listed Building is charming, nicely decorated and spacious, with a great pricetag.
This four bed house in Leonard Gould Way is bright, homely and perfect for a young family – as you can see by how the current family have decorated! It’s fresh and decorated to a high standard throughout.
This three bedroom home is located in Bearsted. With a unique and spacious layout, high windows at the back of the house to allow more light and a large garden. This is a gorgeous home, not to be missed!