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New Homes in Kent

 A large county in South East England, Kent shares a border with Essex, Surrey and East Sussex. Depending on which part of the region you pick, houses in Kent can also offer excellent access to the bright lights of London.

 

There’s a great variety of places you can choose to live, whether you want to be in a large town such as Maidstone or Dartford, or by the seaside in somewhere like Margate. So scroll down to see our latest developments in Kent, and start getting excited about your new home today. 

 

Perry Court

Perry Court

Brogdale Road, Faversham, FAVERSHAM, KENT, ME13 8YA

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • From £521,995
Barratt Homes at Chilmington

Barratt Homes at Chilmington

Hedgers Way, Kingsnorth, ASHFORD, KENT, TN23 3GN

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £394,995 to £499,995
High Elms Park

High Elms Park

Lower Road, Hullbridge, HOCKLEY, ESSEX, SS5 6DF

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £415,995 to £579,995
Martello Lakes

Martello Lakes

Dymchurch Road, Hythe, HYTHE, KENT, CT21 4NE

New Market Place

New Market Place

Pilgrims Way, East Ham, LONDON, GREATER LONDON, E6 1HW

  • Studios, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes
  • £323,995 to £505,995
Upton Gardens

Upton Gardens

1 Academy House, Thunderer Street, LONDON, GREATER LONDON, E13 9DP

  • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes
  • £365,000 to £546,000
Aylesham Village

Aylesham Village

Dorman Avenue North, Aylesham, CANTERBURY, KENT, CT3 3BL

New Mill Quarter

New Mill Quarter

Hackbridge Road, Wallington, SM6 7DY

  • 1 and 2 bedroom homes
  • £319,995 to £444,995

Live the Kent life


Whether you’re looking to live on the outskirts of London, among the beautiful Kent Downs or by the seaside, there are so many different ways to enjoy your time in Kent. And you could be doing exactly that sooner than you think when you kickstart your move with one of our latest offers. From brilliant initiatives aimed at helping you move home with the minimum of fuss, we can also help you get to the bottom of the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme in the South East


Things to see and do in Kent


Kent’s beautiful natural landscapes have led to the county being labelled the ‘Garden of England’. From Brockhill Country Park to the stunning gardens of Lower Leas Coastal Park with its adventure play area and amphitheatre, the White Cliffs of Dover are one of England’s most famous sights. Dungeness National Nature Reserve is another must-visit in the county for nature lovers. 


Haysden Country Park and the nearby Tonbridge Castle are two more spots to tick off your to-do list, as well as Oare Marshes Nature Reserve and Oare Gunpowder Works Country Park, which are both close to Faversham. Whether you’re exploring country parks like Lullingstone, Trosley and Leybourne Lakes, or visiting landmarks such as Canterbury Cathedral and Leeds Castle, you can also look forward to days at the beach over the summer months. 


Education


There are lots of excellent schools across Kent, with top primary options including St Mary of Charity CofE and Ethelbert Road Primary. Both of these schools are rated as outstanding by Ofsted, while Dartford’s Gateway Primary Academy has been named as one of Kent’s best choices for younger children. 


St Margaret Clitherow Catholic Primary in Tonbridge and Chilton Primary in Ramsgate are also great options, while top secondaries include Faversham’s Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, Maidstone’s Invicta Grammar and Ashford’s Highworth Grammar. You’ll also find a host of high-performing grammar schools in places like Tonbridge, Rochester and Dartford. 


Kent transport links


If you love being active, then Kent’s cycle network provides the most scenic way to get around the county. You can also use a comprehensive selection of bus and rail services, with towns offering the best access to London among the most popular places to live. 


Access to the M25 and M20 motorways is also desirable, while the M2 also runs through Kent, between Rochester and Faversham. The county is a great crossing point for heading over to the continent, thanks to Dover to Calais ferry services and Folkestone’s Eurotunnel. 


The Kent property scene


Kent has a strong property market which can yield excellent future returns on investment. Whether this is a key consideration or not, you can find some wonderful new build homes in places like Faversham and Ashford. 


From contemporary to more traditionally-designed houses, Canterbury is another great area where new developments in Aylesham offer everything from 1 bedroom apartments to 4 bed family homes. Our advisers are waiting to speak to you about your move, and they can tell you about initiatives like our Movemaker when you call up today. 

 

Help to Buy Kent

 

In Kent you can take advantage of Help to Buy South East if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy South East page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.