The Amberley is a superb executive home comprising three double bedrooms, a large lounge and an extensive open plan kitchen / dining area.
Offering considerably more space than the average three-bedroom home, the first floor comprises two double bedrooms and a master bedroom suite, complete with en-suite shower room with double shower. There is also a family bathroom with over-bath shower and a built in storage cupboard off the central landing.
Downstairs is split equally either side of the hall, with a full-length lounge area, downstairs cloaks to the centre and an open plan dining / kitchen area.
About Appledore Green, Tenterden
About the Development
Located on the edge an area of outstanding natural beauty, Tenterden is often referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Weald’ offering the epitome of high class Kent country living. Yet it is just 40minutes from London by direct train from nearby Ashford International and within easy reach of the M20.
From the broad, tree-lined High Street, to the good quality local schools, this popular town has so much to offer. And with Appledore Green from Redrow, you and your family could be enjoying it all in style, with a traditional quality home designed for the way you live today.
Appledore Green offers a fine selection of three and four-bedroom Heritage Collection homes, all finished to the very highest standard to match this superior location. Register your interest now and be the first to know the news as this development progresses.
The development lies close to the town centre, where you’ll find both Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets to cater for both your day to day needs and your weekly shop.
For GPs, Ivy Court Surgery is less than half a mile away (Sat Nav TN30 6RB, call , while dentists can be found at The Dental Centre on Tenterden High Street (Sat Nav TN30 6HT, call .
Tenterden offers a huge range of dining options, from fun, family pizza and pasta at Prezzo, to sophisticated Italian dining at Montalbano. Ozgur Turkish, The French Gourmet Delicatessen and This Ancient Boro tapas bar offer a world of flavours and there are a number of highly recommended gastro pubs in the town, including The Bull, The White Lion, The Vine and the William Caxton.
Tenterden is also well known for its excellent selection of cosy cafes and tea rooms, with Honeybeez café, The Nutmeg and Peggotty’s Tea Shope all well worth a visit for afternoon tea.
Tenterden offers good quality education for all ages, right on your doorstep, with Tenterden Infants catering for ages 5-7 and Tenterden Juniors catering for 7-11 both just a short walk from your new home, and both rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.
For older pupils, Homewood School and Sixth Form Centre, a little further away but still in walking distance, has excellent facilities and is also rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.
As you would expect, Kent has a good selection of independent schools, including the highly regarded Marlborough House School and Ashford School, both just a short drive away.
Tenterden has a vibrant local leisure programme, with a host of clubs and societies in the town serving all ages and interests. The town holds a number of large-scale community events throughout the year, including the Tenterden Folk Festival, a Christmas Market and a May Fayre. There are also several cultural venues in the town, including the Sinden Theatre at Homewood School, the Assembly Rooms at the Town Hall and the Barn Theatre at Smallhythe Place.
Tenterden Leisure Centre is just a short walk from the development and includes a wide range of sports along with a leisure pool with flumes and a selection of spa treatments. Golfers can enjoy the challenge of Tenterden Golf Club, or the try the course at the nearby London Beach Country Club, while the whole family can enjoy hiking, cycling and driving around The Weald area of outstanding natural beauty.
Shopping in Tenterden is a pure pleasure, with an historic, tree-lined high street that is home to an unrivalled range of shops. Browse the very best designer fashions from the likes of Laura Ashley and Elizabeth Rose, step back in time with charming antique shops and booksellers, or find just what you need at a range of major names.
They call Kent the ‘garden of England’ and you can find the very freshest produce from the local farms every Friday in the Market Square.
For even more choice, head for Ashford Designer Outlet, where you’ll find over 70 stores from the biggest brand names at significant reductions.
Tenterden lies on the main A28 and serves as a hub for a number of smaller local towns and villages. It is 11miles from Rye, 13miles from Ashford, 19miles from Maidstone and 24miles from Tunbridge Wells. The town is around 60miles from London by road, with the M20 around 12miles and the M25 around 35miles.
London trains can be found at Headcorn station, around 9miles away, although the services from Ashford International, around 12miles drive, are much quicker, reaching the city in under 40minutes at peak times. Ashford also has direct services, via the Channel Tunnel, to Paris, Brussels and many other continental destinations.
Monday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Tuesday - Closed, Wednesday - Closed, Thursday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Friday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Saturday - 9:00am - 4:00pm, Sunday - 9:00am - 4:00pm