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Set within the Kentish village of Benenden, Vere Meadows is a charming development of just 12 homes.
The 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties offer countryside living while being ideally located to the village and community. Sympathetically built to respect the natural surroundings, Vere Meadows provides state-of-the-art homes with the high-quality fixtures and fittings expected from Wedgewood Homes.
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The Bull at Benenden
5 min walk
Benenden Village Hall 5 min walk
Bus & Coach Station near village hall 5 min walk
Benenden Community Shop Cafe - Post Office 7 min walk
Benenden Hospital 5 min walk
Hempsted Forest 13 min drive
Headcorn Railway Station 17 min drive
5 minute drive
Headcorn 19 minute drive
Etchingham 22 minute drive
15 minute drive
M20 30 minute drive
Benenden C of E Primary School
9 minute walk
Benenden School 7 minute drive
Cranbrook School 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
The village of Benenden is the epitome of rural Kentish life - a setting where the skyline is pierced by the unmistakable white cowls of oast houses and fields stretch as far as the eye can see. Add in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty status, the Grade II-listed St George’s church and a central green where the cricket team plays home matches, and you have a quintessential Wealden village.
Benenden offers a real community spirit that is so often lacking in modern life. There are clubs and groups aplenty, from cubs, scouts and yoga to bell ringing, boot camp exercise classes and the village’s own amateur dramatic society. For those who are lured to the countryside for a more peaceful way of life, what could be more appealing than simply sitting back and listening to the sounds of village life; including church bells ringing, leather on willow and the distant chug of steam trains running in the Tenterden vale.