Shared ownership is another way to buy your own home. You buy a percentage, and pay rent on the rest. The housing association owns part of it — but you’re living there, you decorate it, and you decide when to sell.
Buying a percentage means a smaller deposit and smaller mortgage. It’s a sooner first step on the ladder for lots of people. Usually, you can also carry on buying shares, to own it 100%.
Thirty-Six Avebury Avenue
Please call Clarion Housing’s sales contact centre on 0300 100 0309 for further information or to book a viewing.
£1,000 contribution available*
To book an appointment or if you have any questions, please contact the Customer Service Team – Sales as soon as possible by calling 0300 100 0309
For further details on Shared Ownership please visit myclarionhousing.com/sharedownership
A collection of two bedroom apartments in Tonbridge
Clarion is proud to present Thirty-Six Avebury Avenue; a collection of attractive new homes available for Shared Ownership in Tonbridge, Kent.
Ready to move in.
Optimally designed for modern living, our Thirty-Six Avebury Avenue residences are an ideal opportunity to acquire a stylish home in this beautiful part of Kent.
Our homes begin with a desire to combine the best of traditional and modern, and feature a blend of tasteful exteriors, bright contemporary interiors and flexible layouts. You’re sure to find the perfect place to call home with Clarion.
- Outdoor space for each apartment.
- Private allocated parking.
- Contemporary fitted kitchens.
- Stylish white bathroom suites.
- Quality internal finishes, including a selection of modern appliances, fittings and flooring.
- Neutrally decorated to allow you to create your perfect interior.
- Covered by a reputable building warranty for peace of mind.
- Ready to move in.
*terms and conditions apply
(** terms and conditions apply - please speak to the appointed Sales Executive on 0300 100 0309 for further information)
Local area information
Today, Tonbridge is home to a variety of modern industries, including engineering firms, publishers, and financial services. In the heart of the South East, its picturesque scenery, rivers and country parks let you remain close to London, yet near to the beauty of the Kent countryside.
There’s always plenty to do in Tonbridge: choose from a variety of restaurants, pubs, sports and attractions – or take a relaxing walk through the town’s range of beautiful parks.
If you like to relax, there’s always plenty to do in this part of Kent. There are a range of quality restaurants and pubs to choose from; those with a passion for fitness can work up a sweat at a range of gyms, classes and sports centres, or cool off at the indoor/outdoor Swimming Pool. For picturesque peace and quiet, the River Medway and Tonbridge Park are both nearby, and the historic Tonbridge Castle is just five minutes’ walk away. No matter how you like to unwind, Tonbridge has a huge range of possibilities.
Thirty-Six Avebury Avenue’s convenient central location in Tonbridge – and proximity to the High Street – means that you can find a vast range of shopping opportunities and cafes nearby. Local supermarkets include Sainsbury’s and Waitrose, and there is a farmer’s market on the second Sunday of every month. For education, the area supports a number of excellent primary schools, such as Sussex Road Community Primary School (rated "Good") and Slade Primary School (rated "Outstanding"), as well as several grammar schools including The Judd School ("Outstanding"), Weald of Kent Grammar School ("Outstanding"), and Tonbridge Grammar School for Girls.
Road links are particularly good: nearby major roads include the A21 for Sevenoaks and the M25/London, and the A26 for Royal Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, Rochester and Brighton.
Regular trains run from Tonbridge Station, one of Kent’s busiest train stations. Destinations include London Bridge and London Charing Cross, with a train to one of these termini every 5-10 minutes at peak times, and around every 10 minutes off-peak (journeys take around 45-50 minutes). There are trains every 30 minutes to Victoria, taking around 1 hour 15 minutes, and every 25 minutes at peak times to Cannon Street (taking around 45 minutes). Other destinations at peak times include Sevenoaks (every 5 minutes); Lewisham (every 15 minutes); Tunbridge Wells (every 20 minutes); and Ashford International (every 30 minutes, with a journey time of 40 minutes).
Local bus services are excellent: a range of buses stop on the High Street (5 minutes’ walk away) that take you to all parts of Tonbridge. The 222 travels out to Springwood Park and Borough Green, the 208 to Higham Wood, and the 210 to Hilden Park and Hildenborough; the 7 goes to Maidstone. The 211 bus also stops near Thirty-Six Avebury Avenue and travels to Tonbridge’s Cottage Hospital around once an hour.