Senior Director, Estate AgencyCanterbury Estate Agents
** SHOW HOME OPEN **
** ONLY 3 REMAINING **
- PLOT D = £950,000 - PLOT E = £950,000 - PLOT F = £799,000
The generic meaning of forstal is the land in front of a farm and its farmyard. Tgdesignerhomes have created a haven of stunning contemporary homes that are reminiscent of Kentish rural architecture but with a modern interpretation, set in a magical location. The husband and wife team at Tgdesignerhomes are now well known for their attention to detail and exciting use of striking materials. Careful consideration is always given to the use of space, light and high quality finishes as well as ensuring each home feels unique and suited to the needs of modern living.
The proposed material palette are made up of three key elements; black sandblasted larch cladding, Dutch slim profile yellow stock bricks laid in a contemporary fashion and slate roof tiles creating a coherent and recognisable style.The high quality family dwellings have cleverly designed internal spaces that allow the rooms to naturally flow and engage with the countryside.
Each house has a well-equipped contemporary kitchen from local designers Smallbone. On the first floor are four generous bedrooms that enjoy fabulous rural vistas of the immediate countryside and fields beyond. Modern bathrooms and en-suites add to the luxurious feeling of a stylish family home.
SPECIFICATION General Each home will be built with high SAP credentials, including plentiful insulation and thermally efficient aluminium windows to ensure they remain warm in the winter and cool in summer months. Underfloor heating is fitted throughout operated via air source heat pump. Wood burners are fitted in the large lounge areas to maximise the efficient use of energy. House F will have fitted oak Karndean flooring throughout the ground floor level, stairs and first floor hallway. Carpet will be fitted in the bedroom. Houses D & E will have polished concrete effect floors at ground floor level, and fitted oak Karndean flooring throughout the first floor. All bathrooms will have localised tiling. Contemporary kitchens will be fitted with Siemens appliances to include a self-cleaning oven, combination microwave oven, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, induction hob, extractor fan, stainless steel sink and tap and silestone, corian or oak work tops. Utility rooms are included in all homes with plumbing provided for washing machines, extra cupboard space, sink and work tops.
Finishes Dulux satinwood to all skirtings and architraves Dulux matt emulsion to all walls and ceilings Dutch brick feature walls in some units Satin stainless steel finish to all sockets & switches Localised tiling to all wet areas Plain wool mix carpets where specified Oak chevron Karndean flooring to selected ground floor living areas Polished concrete effect flooring to ground floor areas in selected units
Kitchens Unique contemporary kitchens Siemens integrated appliances to include fridge freezer, combination microwave oven, standard self cleaning oven, induction hob, extractor fan Silestone, corian or oak work surfaces Pan drawers Oversized cutlery tray Plenty of storage LED under-unit lighting in some plots Pop up power on island units
Bathrooms White contemporary sanitary ware Heated towel rails Localised wall tiling Large fitted mirror Extra shower over bath.
Electrical Mutliple Double sockets in all rooms BT sockets to living areas & bedrooms CAT 5 wiring throughout LED downlights in living areas
Heating Underfloor heating throughout Heating via air source heat pumps supplying energy to boiler Heated towel rails in all bathrooms
External specification Sandblast black stain larch cladding Dutch slim bricks & Slate Roof Tiles Black rainwater goods Outside tap Black aluminium thermal value windows External lighting & power source Lawned gardens with fencing and localised planting Sandstone patio areas
Lenham Heath is a hamlet in the heart of Kent situated at the foot of the North Downs, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with acres of open surroundings, bird-song and wildlife.
Nearby are the historic Lenham and Charing villages with all their charm and amenities including restaurants, pubs, artisan shops and independent traders offering local produce, crafts and antiques.
Pilgrims trod the North Downs Way years ago and The Stour Valley walk passes through Lenham Heath. Sign-posted paths lead you to enjoy the beautiful countryside either on foot or horseback with bike trails becoming ever popular.
The location of the Forstal gives easy access to both city life and the continent. Proximity to the M20/A20 network enables speedy journeys to London, Canterbury, Ashford, Dover and Channel Tunnel . Both Lenham and Charing are well connected via mainline rail services. The high speed rail service runs from Ashford to London in under 35 minutes and has International services to Paris, Brussels and beyond.
Local history and superb events can be found nearby at Leeds Castle. Pluckley has some fantastic walks, and musical events are often held at the Hop Farm nearby. Further afield lies the splendid array of Kents historic houses and castles as well as the coast-line and beaches with limitless activities to explore.
A good selection of well performing state primary and secondary schools are nearby as well as highly regarded Independent schools offering great choices for families all within an 8 mile radius.Read all