Eden Meadow, ME9
Stylish and Contemporary Homes
An exclusive collection of nine 3,4 & 5 bedroom executive homes, offering an excellent opportunity to purchase a new home in a private development. Situated in Newington in Kent, all of our homes are finished to Esquire’s high specification and standards, delivering excellent family homes in a much sought after location.
The rolling countryside of this part of Kent begs to be explored whether rambling on foot, attacking the hills and lanes by bicycle or meandering along the rivers Medway and Swale. In the centre of Sittingbourne is the Swallows Leisure Centre, which has three swimming pools, fun water features, a state-of-the-art fitness suite, a creche and a cafe. Maidstone offers a well-equipped leisure centre, as well as private membership leisure and fitness venues including David Lloyd and LA Fitness clubs. Several golf venues in the area include the spectacularly set Sheerness Golf Club. The club is located on the secluded Isle of Sheppey, which also has stunning scenery and award-winning beaches.
Newington has its own Church of England primary school and there’s also one in Hartlip, under two miles away. In the wider local area, a superb range of well-respected state and independent educational establishments include Sittingbourne Community College, which has academy status, two single-sex grammar schools (also in Sittingbourne) and historic Maidstone Grammar School, which is one of the most highly respected state secondary schools in the south of England. For higher education, MidKent College offers a wide range of academic and vocational courses.
For dining and entertainment, you can choose from four nearby towns, Sittingbourne, Rainham, Maidstone and Faversham, all of which have a good range of restaurants and cafes, from ethnic eateries to top-class establishments serving the finest British and international cuisine. As for entertainment, Sittingbourne has the Avenue Theatre and Maidstone a multiplex cinema and the Hazlitt Arts Centre. In Chatham you will find the Central Theatre, featuring everything from touring plays to tribute acts, The Brook Theatre multi-purpose arts centre and a nine-screen multiplex with RealD 3D at The Quays. Newington has a number of shops for your everyday needs, including a Co-op supermarket and a pharmacy/post office. For more choice, hop in the car or on a bus and it’s less than four miles to Sittingbourne. There you’ll find a good range of major brands and smaller, independent stores, most which are conveniently located on the semi-pedestrianised High Street or in the adjacent Forum Centre. Alternatively, there’s the County Town of Maidstone, less than 12 miles away, which has the Fremlin Walk and The Mall shopping centres, packed with famous-name stores, plus the Royal Star Arcade for specialist clothing and gifts.
Newington is well placed for UK and international travel connections. It is just under half a mile to the village railway station giving a journey time of around one hour to London Victoria or Dover Priory. Sittingbourne station is on the high-speed route to London St Pancras via Ebbsfleet, where you can change for Eurostar services to the Continent. For drivers, the nearby M2/A2 links Dover and Canterbury with the M25 (for Gatwick Airport and the Dartford Crossing) and central London. The Channel Tunnel is also easily accessible via the M20.