Compared to other three bedroom homes, the Ludlow offers a remarkable level of luxury and comfort within its walls.
Finished in a traditional, Arts and Crafts inspired style, this is a home with real kerb appeal, with the roofed porch adding to the fine first impression.
Inside, the layout is kept simple yet elegant, with the ground floor divided between a large lounge to the front and a full width kitchen / dining room to the rear. The kitchen comes complete with appliances, and has a separate laundry room, while the dining area is flooded with light from the double width patio doors, which open up to the garden beyond.
Upstairs, further thoughtful planning finds room for an en-suite to the master bedroom, a second double room and a larger than average single bedroom, along with a family bathroom.
Proving that smaller homes can be just as big on style, the Ludlow is a place you’ll be proud to call home.
About the DevelopmentSet in the charming village of Staplehurst, Woodlands Green offers an enviable Kent country lifestyle for you and your family to enjoy. Yet it is just over an hour from central London by direct train, with services every few minutes in the rush hour, giving you the very best of both worlds.
Woodlands Green offers exactly the same pleasing blend, with a range of homes from the award winning Heritage Collection, combining traditional architecture and craftsmanship, with modern interiors designed for the way you live today.
There is a local convenience store located in the heart of Staplehurst for your day to day needs, with the larger supermarkets located in nearby Maidstone.
The village boasts a new £2m health centre which is home to a range of medical services. Call 01580 891220 for appointments. Dental services can be found at Bower Dental Centre on the High Street, call 01580 891349, and Forge House dental practice, High Street, Call 01580892509
DiningThere are a number of friendly gastro pubs in and around Staplehurst, including The Mulberry Tree, The Kings Head, The Lord Raglan and The Stile Bridge.
The Asian flavours of Jameira Restaurant, in the village centre, are very popular, as is the restaurant at Staplehurst Nurseries. Weald of Kent in nearby Headcorn is famous for its Sunday carvery while Apicius in Cranbrook offers fine dining at its very best.
EducationStaplehurst Primary School lies at the heart of the village community, with a large number of pupils making it a vibrant learning environment. It was rated ‘good’ by Ofsted in its last report.
For senior education, New Line Learning Academy and The Weald Academy are both within easy reach by bus along the A229, with Valley Park School worth the extra few minutes ride for its ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating. Marlborough House and Bethany School offer an independent alternative.
LeisureStaplehurst has a strong sense of community spirit, with a vast range of activities based around the village hall. The cricket and tennis club has over 450 members, half of which are under 18, while the local Staplehurst Monarchs United has a number of successful football teams. Staplehurst also boast an annual carnival every summer with a range of events and attractions to draw the crowds and bring the village together.
Golfers will enjoy the close proximity of Staplehurst Gofl Course, just a short walk from the development, while other sports facilities can be found at the nearby Weald Sports Centre in Cranbrook or Maidstone Leisure Centre. Maidstone is also home to a selection of cinemas and theatres for evening entertainment.
ShoppingStaplehurst has a small selection of shops along the High Street, with a local supermarket coming soon to the village.
For a more extensive shop, take the short trip to Maidstone for the Fremlin Walk shopping centre and The Mall at Maidstone. Tunbridge Wells offers out of town shopping at Tunbridge Wells Shopping Park on the Staplehurst side of the town, plus Royal Victoria Place in the town centre. Ashford Designer Outlet is also well worth the drive, offering significant discounts on a huge choice of leading labels.
TransportStaplehurst lies on the A229, just 8miles from the M20 motorway and around 50miles south east of London. Maidstone is 9miles away, Tunbridge Wells around 15miles and Ashford around 18miles.
Staplehurst Station is less than a mile from Woodlands Green and has regular services to both London Cannon Street and Charing Cross, taking around an hour and five minutes. The station also has direct services to Ashford International, where you can connect with Eurostar services to the continent. There is also a direct train from London Bridge to Staplehurst, taking around 52 minutes.
- 3 bedroom home
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- Traditional exterior
- Separate lounge
- En-suite to master bedroom