Orbit - Oak Fields, TN26
Orbit Homes presents Oak Fields, a beautiful new development of executive homes in the lovely village of Shadoxhurst.
Just five miles south west from the centre of Ashford, making this an ideal location for commuters. Shadoxhurst is the perfect village in which to embrace traditional country life without sacrificing the benefits of an easy commute and plentiful amenities.
Featuring a mix of homes, which have been thoughtfully designed to be both practical and flexible. Each finished to a high standard and benefiting from excellent use of light and space, offering you contemporary living in the heart of the countryside.
Kent is, of course, the Garden of England but it is also England’s Wine County. This means you can enjoy a tour of one of Kent’s major vineyards or breweries, sampling the same sparkling rose that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge served at their wedding. Alternatively, there are a plethora of country houses, castles, gardens and other unique venues to visit including: Bodiam Castle, Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest, Leeds Castle, Sissinghurst Castle, Buckmore Park Kart Circuit, The Romney & Hythe and Dymchurch Railway.
There are a vast number of schools within five miles of Shadoxhurst. There are numerous primary and senior schools, including some single sex, and those that cater for children with special needs. Within the independent sector, are Ashford and Benenden Schools.
The Ashford Designer Outlet offers huge savings on great designer brands including Abercrombie & Fitch, Bose, Crabtree & Evelyn, French Connection, Jaeger, Kurt Geiger, Links of London, Marks and Spencer, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Superdry, Ted Baker, Tommy Hilfiger amongst many others. Plus there is a wide range of restaurants from Caffè Nero and Harry Ramsdens to Pizza Express and Wagamama.
Shadoxhurst is well connected by rail with frequent services between Ashford and London Waterloo, London Bridge and via High Speed to St Pancras International. Equally, Ashford International could see you sipping champagne at the Eiffel Tower or attending a business meeting in just a couple of hours. There is also a regular bus service between Ashford and Tenterden that passes through Shadoxhurst. By road, junction 10 of the M20 is just over six miles away, approximately 15 minutes drive, connecting you with Folkestone and Dover to the south and Maidstone and beyond to the north.
Within Ashford there are several sporting groups and gyms. There is also a vibrant arts scene, which sees the area play host to a number of summer music festivals focusing on different genres. Ashford also boasts several choral, dance, and visual arts groups meaning something is on offer for people of all interests.
Travelling on the M20 exit the motorway at junction 9, at the roundabout take the Ashford, Canterbury, Tenterden (A20) exit, at the next roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards Tenterden, Great Chart onto Templar Way (A28). Stay on the A28 (over the next three roundabouts) until you see the Shadoxhurst, Kingsnorth signpost on your left hand side, turn into Chilmington Green Road. Continue past Criol Lane, until you reach Tally Ho Road, turn right into Tally Ho Road, this road will become Woodchurch Road. As you enter Shadoxhurst, you will see the Kings Head pub on your left hand side, Oak Fields is about 125m beyond, on your right hand side.