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Greenhill Road, Herne Bay, CT6 7RS

PROPERTY TYPE

Semi-Detached

BEDROOMS

3

SIZE

1,011 sq ft

94 sq m

TENURE
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Key features

  • No Stamp Duty to pay on the first £250,000 of this home and first time buyers pay no stamp duty up to £425,000.
  • Rated a 5 Star HBF Builder in 2023 - over 90% of our customers would recommend us to a friend
  • 10-year NHBC Buildmark policy^
  • En suite to bedroom 1
  • Modern, chain free and energy efficient home
  • Save up to £2,200* per year when you move into one of our energy efficient homes
  • Open-plan kitchen, dining and family area with French doors to the garden
  • Less than 2 miles to Herne Bay Beach
  • Integrated single oven and gas hob
  • Carport plus an electric car charging point to selected plots

Description

The Coppersmith at Oxenden Park

The Coppersmith has three bedrooms - one of which features an en suite - a family bathroom, an open-plan kitchen, dining area and family area, and a separate living room.

Downstairs, soft-close units in the kitchen come complete with an integrated single oven, gas hob and cooker hood. Space is also included in the layout for a fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. French doors in the family area open on to the garden.

The living room is located towards the front of the property and overlooks the landscaped garden. A cloakroom completes this floor

Upstairs, bedroom 1 benefits from an en suite with shower enclosure and the remaining bedrooms share the family bathroom. Both bathrooms are fitted with Roca white sanitaryware, Bristan chrome-finish brassware and wall tiles.

Available Plots
Plot 28 - priced at £359,995
Plot 29 - priced at £354,995

This home is sold with service charges of £186 per annum and a council tax band of F.

About the Development
A lovely development of new homes in Herne Bay, a seaside town in north-east Kent. This collection of houses and apartments is ideal for those looking to make the most of life on the coast and in the countryside, while enjoying the proximity of the town, nearby Canterbury, Margate and London (66 miles away). Oxenden Park will appeal to first-time buyers, families and professionals working locally, or in the capital.

Location
Oxenden Park is located on Greenhill Road in Herne Bay, less than two miles from the centre of town and from the beach. Whitstable is around five miles to the west, Canterbury around seven miles to the south and Margate is around 14 miles to the east. Central London is 66 miles away.

Major roads within convenient reach of the development include the A299, the A2 and the M20. The nearest railway station is Herne Bay, just over a mile away. From there regular services run to London Victoria, among other destinations. High speed trains to Ebbsfleet International, Stratford International and London St Pancras also stop at Herne Bay station.

Oxenden Park lies within the administrative boundaries of Canterbury City Council and Kent County Council.

Education
A number of well-regarded schools can be found in the local area. For younger children, these include Briary Primary - which is just a few minutes walk from the development - and Hampton Primary School, which is 20 minutes' walk away. Herne Bay Infant school, Herne Bay Junior School, Herne C of E Infant and Nursery School, and Herne C of E Junior School can all be reached in less than 10 minutes by car.

For older students, Herne Bay High School is within walking distance, and The Whitstable School is around 10 minutes' drive away. Slightly further away, The Canterbury Academy and St Anselm's Catholic Schools both have sixth forms so caters for pupils aged 11 - 19 years.

Shopping
High Street lies at the heart of Herne Bay and together with Mortimer Street and William Street, makes up the main shopping area. All are lined with independent retailers, boutiques and specialist stores, as well as a few familiar names, and all are just a short walk from the beach. A selection of niche stores can also be found on the pier, and a weekly market takes place every Saturday on Mortimer Street. For local produce and crafts, a farmers' market is held monthly in Wimereux Square, off William Street.

Beyond Herne Bay, Canterbury is a favourite with shoppers from across the region, drawn by its great selection of chain and department stores, boutiques and specialist shops. It's also a must-see for tourists, captivated by the medieval architecture and famous buildings of this historic city. The main retail areas here include Whitefriars outdoor mall, Marlowe Arcade, High Street, Longmarket and The King's Mile. The latter comprises a number of streets and is close to the cathedral, it's the independent district and the place to find inspiring and quirky gifts, clothing, food and art.

Whitstable (around 10 minutes' drive away) and Margate (around 30 minutes' drive away) are also popular shopping destinations. Both are on the coast so are also famous for their beaches, seafood and traditional seaside atmosphere. Westwood Cross shopping centre, near Broadstairs, can be reached in around 25 minutes by car and boasts an array of high-street stores, eateries and a multi-screen cinema.

Leisure
Herne Bay has many attractions and amenities that contribute to it being a lovely place to live, not least of course its shingle beach, promenade with traditional gardens, seaside shops and amusement arcades, and its pier. Sticking with the coast, Hampton, Swalecliffe, Tankerton, and Whitstable beaches can all be reached in around 10 minutes by car, while Reculver Beach is around 15 minutes' drive away. Reculver village is notable as the setting for a Roman fort, then a monastery on the same site and built in the 7th century. The remaining medieval towers, added in the 12th century, remain today as a local landmark.

Cultural destinations include Herne Bay Little Theatre, which stages several shows each year, and The King's Hall, which offers a comprehensive programme of comedy, live music and musical theatre. The small and independent Kavanagh Cinema is less than 10 minutes' drive from Oxenden Park and is a popular alternative to the more usual modern multiplexes. Just over the road from the cinema, the quirky Seaside Museum in the town centre, presents a regularly changing series of exhibitions from local and national artists, as well as photography collections, landscape paintings and family-friendly events.

Outdoor attractions include Herne Bay Memorial Park, which has a children's play area, lake, tennis courts, a grassed games area, formal and sensory gardens, and Reculver Country Park, which is a site of special scientific interest and home to a variety of wildlife.

The town has active hockey, football, bowls and cricket clubs; there's a swimming pool, gym, dance and fitness studios at Herons Leisure Centre, and a roller skating rink at the Bay Sports Arena. Rowing and sailing are offered by Herne Bay Amateur Rowing Club and Herne Bay Sailing Club, while the Herne Bay Paddle Co provides paddle boarding lessons.

Margate, that quintessential English seaside town, is around 30 minutes by car from the development. Its sandy beaches, Dreamland Amusement Park, ice cream, fish and chip shops, prom and splendid sea views continue to attract tourists and is well worth a visit.

Transport
Herne Bay Railway Station is around 25 minutes' walk (five minutes' drive) from the development, with regular trains to Margate, Broadstairs, Ramsgate, Whitstable, Rochester and London Victoria (journey time around 90 minutes), among other destinations. High speed trains to Ebbsfleet International, Stratford International and London St Pancras also stop at Herne Bay station.

Major roads easily accessible from Oxenden Park include the A299, the A2 and the M20. Local bus services connect the development with nearby villages and towns, such as Broad Oak, Beltinge, Westcliff, Whitstable and Canterbury. London City Airport is around 64 miles away and Gatwick Airport around 69 miles away, via the M2.

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Opening Times

Monday - 10.00am to 5.00pm
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - Closed
Thursday - 10.00am to 7.00pm
Friday - 10.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday - 11.00am to 5.00pm
Sunday - 11.00am to 5.00pm

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Bellway Homes (Kent)Oxenden Park
About this community:
  1. 2, 3 and 4-bedroom houses; 1 and 2-bedroom apartments
  2. Gardens and garages/ parking to houses
  3. Well-regarded schools nearby
  4. Herne Bay train station 25 minutes’ walk away

Greenhill Road, Herne Bay, CT6 7RS

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NEAREST STATIONS

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  • Herne Bay Station1.0 miles
  • Chestfield & Swalecliffe Station1.4 miles
  • Whitstable Station2.9 miles
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About the development

Bellway Homes (Kent)

Greenhill Road, Herne Bay, CT6 7RS

Oxenden Park

  • 2, 3 and 4-bedroom houses; 1 and 2-bedroom apartments
  • Gardens and garages/ parking to houses
  • Well-regarded schools nearby
  • Herne Bay train station 25 minutes’ walk away
  • Contact Bellway Homes for more information
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