Swale Borough Council is a gem often overlooked within Kent. The area is surrounded by stunning locations – such as Canterbury, Ashford and Maidstone – and named after the narrow channel which divides it from the Isle of Sheppey. While it may be less well-known than some of its neighbouring areas, it really is a testament to just how gorgeous a location Swale is that it still manages to stand tall amongst all that competition.
Home to many of the UK’s fruit orchards, there’s little doubt that its gardens, shores, nature reserves and parks have a lot to do with its captivating beauty and wide-ranging appeal. However, if you do decide that getting lost in all this natural splendour is a little too much effort, then there are plenty of pubs, restaurants, cafes and other attractions to explore too. These often relate to the area’s history, with an abundance of museums and historical sights to keep you occupied.
It might be famous for being home to the least used train station in Kent, but those who have visited Swale know it has plenty of charm and all the conveniences needed to create the perfect place to call home.
Being a first-time buyer can often feel daunting. Thankfully though, Shared Ownership homes in Swale can make those vital first steps onto the property ladder more accessible than ever before. Help to Buy homes in Swale are also a fantastic option for buyers looking to settle down in their ideal location.
Staying up to date with Shared Ownership and Help to Buy properties in Swale is so simple. All you need to do is sign up to Share to Buy, then register to receive alerts and we’ll notify you when new properties become available in the area.