Share Price £121,000 (from 40% Min. Share)
Full Value £302,500 | £6,050 Min. Deposit
Scheme: Shared Ownershipcheck_circle Available now
Catkin Gardens - 2 bed house in Headcorn - Kent
place Millstone Road, Headcorn,, TN27 9RJ
2bedroom Houses available for country living with great access to Central London
To be considered for one of the homes, you will need to meet the following criteria:
- Have a combined household income that does not exceed £80,000 per annum
- Currently do not own a property, or be in the process of selling your property (Your property must be under offer before an application can be accepted)
Together with Golding Homes and the help to buy scheme we are delighted to offer these brand new2 bedroom houses for shared ownership.The houses are of a contemporary style and include a fully fitted kitchen including integral oven and hob, fridge freezer & space for a washing machine. The properties benefit from a downstairs cloakroom, quality fitted carpets, & an energy efficient gas boiler providing hot water & central heating throughout the home. They also include a private rear garden laid to turf, garden shed with cycle storage & an allocated parking space
Built by Bovis Homes, the development which is situated off Maidstone Road offers a variety of properties in a range of layouts, styles and sizes. The development is built around open spaces, play area and footpaths to create a well-designed neighborhood suitable for modern lifestyles .
Headcorn is one of the largest villages in the area, but which retains its culture and heritage through its history and architecture. The Old Cloth Hall is a reminder that this Wealden community benefitted from the boom in woolens that followed the 14th Century arrival of Flemish immigrants. Our ancient village can best be appreciated by a stroll along Church Walk. This quiet footpath with its medieval cottages was once the main road out of Headcorn.
Headcorn's history dates back to Roman times and earlier, as evidence of occupation has been found in the locality. It is known that there was a church at Hedekaruna in and around the time of the Domesday Book in 1086 as the church is recorded in the Domesday Monachorum, the ecclesiastical survey made at about the same time.
It must have started as a den or clearing in the days of the Kingdom of Kent. From the arrival of the weaving industry, the railway and its involvement in wartime to today, it has continued to be an active village, both commercially and by its villagers. It acts as a service centre for the surrounding villages as well as attracting tourists to te busy and historic High Street shopping area and around the church. Its new village hall is admired by many and attracts a large variety of activities. It is a great place to live in, or to visit.