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Redrow homes for sale at The Lawns, Preston Hall Park, Aylesford

By Helen Geraghty

A grand frontage ensures the three-storey Kenilworth townhouse keeps up appearances at a development in the grounds of historic Preston Hall at Aylesford.

Redrow development, The Lawns, offers a good choice of homes in this impressive spot a short walk from Aylesford train station.

The four-bedroom Kenilworth at The Lawns is priced from £369,995 and is a must-see for buyers in this price bracket.

Behind the Arts and Crafts frontage, this property gives the whole family space to relax and socialise on the ground floor. There is a kitchen/dining room and a lounge with doors to the back garden. A cloakroom and laundry space are off the front hallway.

Three bedrooms and the family bathroom are on the first floor.

A master suite on the top floor delivers space and privacy. This impressive suite has a luxurious en suite bathroom and beautiful views over the front and back gardens.

Preston Hall was the home of the Culpeper family whose descendants included the mother of Katherine Howard, Henry VIII’s fifth wife.

Redrow’s Rachael Baillie says: “People love the setting, as the historic Preston Hall provides a stunning backdrop to the homes we’re building. It gives the new neighbourhood a timeless feel and a sense of grandeur, while also being warm and welcoming. With a choice of shops within walking distance and London less than an hour’s journey from Aylesford station, it’s a place where people really want to live.”

The Lawns is a short walk from Aylesford train station, which provides direct links to London St Pancras on the High Speed line in 55 minutes. Aylesford and Maidstone are handy for shops, pubs and restaurants. For families there are a number of good schools.

: For information ring 01622 965358

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