Alisander Close , 2 bed homes
An intercom phone entry system provides access into the communal hallway which leads to the apartment’s front door, where a welcoming hallway awaits you.
To your left is the modern family bathroom with shower over bath; the perfect place to relax after a long day! Following the hallway through you will discover two double bedrooms both of which are neutrally decorated; allowing you to put your own stamp on both rooms and get creative! Both bedrooms have large windows which allow the light to flood in, making them feel airy and bright. Further along the hallway is the generous open plan living room and kitchen. The kitchen is well equipped and offers plenty of worktop and cupboard space. It is easy to imagine yourself preparing a delicious meal whilst chatting to your guests who are relaxing in the living room! Doors from the living room lead out onto the terrace where you can sit and enjoy a drink or meal whilst admiring the stunning views surrounding the apartment.
The apartment also benefits from two allocated parking spaces and the use of a nearby communal play area.
Local area information
The award winning Holborough Lakes development provides a new approach to modern living. Set by a tranquil freshwater lake, the apartment is surrounded by maintained grounds with mature trees and picturesque gardens.
Holborough Lakes has excellent transport links, located just minutes from the M20, M2, and M25 and Snodland station offers high-speed rail line with services to Stratford International in 37 minutes and London St Pancras in just 45 minutes.
Snodland is a small town on the River Medway located between Rochester and Maidstone. Nearby there is a supermarket, bakery and leisure centre.
Min share price from: £66,000 for a 30% share
Full price from: £220,000
Monthly rent from: £306
There is only one available priced at £66,000 for a 30% share.
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