Countryside - The Docks at Azure, ME4
The Docks, our desirable new collection of beautifully appointed homes, is the latest addition to this growing riverside community, where tranquillity and natural charm are always in abundance. Each home is built to high levels of sustainability and energy efficiency in a neighbourhood designed to promote a healthy way of life, with footpaths, cycle-ways and children’s outdoor play areas.
Away from the bustle of the busy world, where you can sit by the banks of the River Medway and watch the boats go by, you’ll be proud to call St. Mary’s Island home.
The Island has its own primary school, secondary schools and colleges are available in the Chatham area. Chatham Grammar School for Girls and Holcombe Grammar School are both located only a few miles from the Island, together with the Sir Joseph Williamson Mathematical School in nearby Rochester. The world's oldest choir school, Kings School, is also located in Rochester.
Positioned on the western edge of St Mary’s Island, Countryside Maritime’s brand new prestigious development has everything you need on your doorstep. Restaurants, shops and leisure activities including a multiplex cinema are all within easy reach. Also within Chatham Maritime a Grade II listed Boiler House has been refurbished to create the 'Dockside Outlet Shopping Centre' housing over 70 shops including Clarks, Cotton Traders, Thorntons and Benetton
St Mary's Island at Chatham Maritime has excellent transport links by road, rail, air and boat. The nearby A289 connects to the A2 for links to the M2 and M25 for travel throughout the South East. There are frequent train services from London Victoria to Chatham with a journey time of approximately 45 minutes*. There are also direct services to St Pancras, London Bridge, Waterloo and Charing Cross. Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton are within easy reach via the M2/M25. There is currently a private airport at Rochester and helicopter landing facilities are available within the Chatham Historic Dockyard. Also the River Thames can be navigated from Basin No.1 via the River Medway. *Source: National Rail