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Located in the pretty Kentish village of Headcorn, Trinity Mews is an exclusive development of just 9 new homes.
These 2 & 3 bedroom properties are perfectly positioned to benefit from all this vibrant and sought-after village offers, whilst also providing easy access into London. Sympathetically built to complement the surrounding countryside and local Wealden architecture, each home at Trinity Mews is finished to an exceptional standard, with the premium fixtures and fittings for which Wedgewood Homes is known.
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Headcorn Railway Station
2 min walk
Hight Street 5 min walk
Coffee Corner 5 min walk
Sainsburys Local 5 min walk
George & Dragon 5 min walk
19 minute drive
Maidstone 24 minute drive
Tunbridge Wells 42 minute drive
Ebbsfleet International 44 minute drive
Gatwick 1hr 9 minute drive
Rail Services from Headcorn Railway Station
Sevenoaks 33 minutes
Folkestone West 36 minutes
Canterbury 56 minutes
London Bridge 57 minutes
London Waterloo East 1hr 2 minutes
London Charing Cross 1hr 14 minutes
London St Pancras 1hr 14 minutes
Headcorn is where exceptional heritage becomes everyday – where magnificent steam trains pass through the station on a frequent basis and classic aircraft, such as the iconic Spitfire, regularly grace the skies.
Headcorn's architectural vernacular also takes residents on a journey through the centuries. Yet despite its rich history - told through a tapestry of period and listed buildings - Headcorn has a forward-looking outlook. The village continues to organically and sensitively evolve as the desire to balance a hectic life with a peaceful Kentish retreat increases.
Headcorn ticks all the boxes when it comes to work-life balance and achieving the ‘wellbeing’ nirvana. As travel is made exceptionally easy, luxury comes in the shape of time – time to enjoy, whether that’s at home or away. Stay local and immerse yourself in village life, explore nearby Maidstone – Kent’s lively county town – or take the train to London for bright lights and late nights.
Vibrant, active and full of life, Headcorn itself is far removed from a sleepy village. The list of clubs to join belies its rural outlook, with a film society, yoga, pilates, art groups and a judo club – just a small selection of highlights from a diverse programme of activities.
Nearby Maidstone is a destination for evenings and weekends. It offers an exciting blend of retail facilities - encompassing two shopping centres, a thriving High Street, boutique-lined arcades and multiple farmers' markets - combined with a growing restaurant, bar and club scene, and leisure facilities including a cinema and bowling alley.
Tunbridge Wells – around 40 minutes by road - is another hotspot for shopping, dining and live entertainment. A wander around the cobbled lanes of The Pantiles is reminiscent of London’s Covent Garden, with its jazz festivals and food markets, while the Royal Victoria Place shopping centre is a haven for High Street brands.