At first glance, you would be forgiven for thinking that Boughton-under-Blean may not have much going on due to its peaceful village feel - but you'd be wrong. This is an area brimming with activity, from famous attractions to regular social events, all of this with Canterbury and Faversham on the doorstep. Wedgewood has tapped into this perfect location, bringing their newest development, Longview, to the fore where just 3 homes remain. What's more, Stamp Duty is being paid on certain properties, meaning a saving of almost £5,000 (subject to scheme rules) - a very appealing perk.
Longview consists of seven, 3-bedroom homes in the heart of Boughton-under-Blean, the charming Kentish village characterised by orchards, oast houses and old buildings (over 100 of which are listed). This under sung locale is home to some of Kent's hidden gems, and residents will have enough things to see and do to fill up their diary for the foreseeable future.
Take for instance Blean Woods, a classified ancient woodland meaning that it existed before the 1600s. A playground for walkers, cyclists and horse riders, the majority of this beautiful forest has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to the amount of rare and protected wildlife that calls Blean Woods its home. Visitors can witness these special animals in their natural habitat, from nightingales to glow worms.
Mount Ephraim Gardens, another of Boughton's treasures is a 20-minute walk from the properties. This 10-acre, Edwardian garden is a tranquil place to spend a weekend, with its rock, water and rose gardens, as well as a grass maze to entertain youngsters. Events are held here throughout the year, including Shakespearean shows and charity runs.
Alex Luff of RPC Land and New Homes comments: "Underneath Boughton-under-Blean's quiet nature there is a buzzing social undercurrent and the community ambience is very welcoming. As well as this, the transport links to nearby Canterbury and Faversham are great, and easy access to the capital makes this a dream spot. With the Stamp Duty offer in place attracting a lot of interest, I would strongly urge people to get in touch for a chance to view these homes before they are snapped up."
If a bit of friendly competition sounds appealing, Boughton Golf Club is just a stones throw from Longview and is an 18-hole course great for practicing both your long and short game, and which offers twilight golf sessions, where picturesque views can be had of the setting sun over lush Kent countryside.
To register your interest and view the last 3 homes, or to get information about the Stamp Duty offer, please contact RPC Land and New Homes on 01634 835900, or email firstname.lastname@example.org