The Clock tower is a unique part of the Leybourne Chase development. Consisting of 5 different properties built as part of the larger stately home complex. The Clock Tower has been bought into today's modern standards whilst retaining a degree of original features and complementing them with modern living.
Plot 724 'The Wells' is a large 3 bedroom house, with original character features from the original building including a staircase within the feature clocktower that allows access to all three floors. Complete with x2 receptions, x2 family bathrooms, 1 en-suite. This is a flexible home for growing families or professional couples.
This stunning new development has plenty of wide open spaces for residents to take advantage of. From the renovated wall garden to the nature walk and playgrounds around the development. This prime location has it covered.
A delightful historic market town West Malling offers everything you expect from a picturesque rural town. With monthly farmers market and modern Gastro and classic country pubs. West Malling is the ideal retreat from the busy city centre.
For something more main stream the Fremlin Walk shopping center can be found just 6.8 miles east from Leybourne Chase. An outdoor shopping centre with a varied range of high street stores, this is the ideal place to indulge in some retail therapy. Plus with a few dining option too why not make a day of it?
- 5% discount for Key Workers!
- 3 double bedrooms
- Separate kitchen and dining room
- Help to Buy available
- 'Feature Clocktower'
- 2 parking spaces included
- 10 Year 'NHBC' warranty
- Freehold property
Kitchen 13' 5" x 9' 2" ( 4.09m x 2.79m )
Dining Area 12' x 9' 11" ( 3.66m x 3.02m )
Living Room 18' 10" x 14' 9" ( 5.74m x 4.50m )
Bedroom 2 15' x 10' 4" ( 4.57m x 3.15m )
Bedroom 3 15' x 10' ( 4.57m x 3.05m )
Master Bedroom 14' 8" x 11' 1" ( 4.47m x 3.38m )
All information has been taken from the developers brochure and is subject to verification. Please note all interior photographs are taken from the Show Home or previous developments and are indicative only.