Apple Wood, 2 bed homes
Virtual tours and reservations are now available at Apple Wood. Exclusive offer: £1,000 incentive, £99 refundable deposit. Benefit from: allocated parking, quality flooring and white goods included.
Exclusive £1,000 incentive*
Reserve with a £99 refundable deposit*
Virtual tour available
Quality flooring worth up to £5,000 included
High specification and appliances included
0.75 miles from Barming rail station
Contact our sales consultants now on 0345 606 1221 to arrange your virtual tour and benefit from the incentives available.
*Reservations must be made by the 27th May. T&Cs apply.
Priority will be given to those who live/work in the Borough of Maidstone, as well as to MOD applicants.
Local area information
The rolling Kentish landscape is dotted with picturesque villages that hark back to a bygone age. At Apple Wood residents enjoy a location nestled between two fine examples.
Aylesford, a short distance to the north of Apple Wood, is reminiscent of a scene from a Constable painting, with its ancient stone bridge, Norman church and Grade II listed riverside inn, The Chequers, dating from 1511. Epicurean delights are brought to Aylesford by Hengist, a bastion of fine dining in a beautiful setting. Equally ideal for cosy winter warmers or summer time al fresco dining in it’s garden by the River Medway.
Highlights of the area include the Friars in Aylesford. Founded in 1242 as home to a religious order, the Friars today provides a tranquil, riverside location open to the public with a peace garden, tea rooms, the Aylesford Pottery and regular events including a monthly farmers’ market.
Min share price from: £55,625 for a 25% share
Full price from: £222,500
Minimum deposit from: £2,782
Monthly rent from: £382
There are 2 available ranging from £55,625 for a 25% share to £55,625 for a 25% share.
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Leasehold, which is essentially the contract for the share you've bought.
It means you've got the right to keep your home for a certain number of years (usually at least 125), but the land belongs to someone else. Your lease also sets out how much you need to pay each month, your responsibilities while living there and all the details of your agreement with the housing association. Make sure you go through it and ask lots of questions.
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