Five Furlongs Country Park, Paddock Wood, Kent
A new development in the countryside of Kent offers you a choice of luxury homes to suit your budget….
Five Furlongs Country Park is eight miles south west of Maidstone, on the fringe of the town of Paddock Wood. There are many beautiful and intriguing places to explore and visit in the local area.
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Five Furlongs Country Park
Queen Street, Paddock Wood, Kent, TN12 6NX
Five Furlongs Country Park is eight miles southwest of Maidstone, on the fringe of the town of Paddock Wood which has a good selection of restaurants and several supermarkets.
The park has secure entry and is a place for people aged over 55, that will become a real community.
There’s a range of luxury specification park homes; you can choose your own design, style and layout.
Five Furlongs Country Park is a certified GoldShield Registered Park meeting its exacting standards and providing the park home owner with a 10-year warranty for peace of mind.
100% market value for your current home
No Estate Agents fees
Part Exchange Scheme available
No stamp duty
Each home comes fully furnished
10 year Goldshield warranty
You can part-exchange your property and get full market Value for your property; that way, you avoid estate agent fees and eliminate any problems that may arise.
Once you have decided to buy a Five Furlongs Country Park home, you reserve your plot and the park obtains valuations on your existing property from two estate agents, from which a valuation is agreed; market value is given.
Take your pick. There’s the magnificent home of Leeds Castle, a palace used by Henry VIII. Sissinghurst Castle Garden, one of the most famous gardens in England with hundreds of acres to explore…
Just a short drive from the park, there are two coarse fishing lakes.
West Kent Shooting School, set in 20 acres of wooded and landscaped grounds, offers a comprehensive English sporting layout with over 100 different combinations of targets. The range provides a natural setting for shooting for both novices and experts, all within a hop farm and gardens.
Also within easy distance are the gardens of the Castle of Scotney; here there’s a massive 770 acres of woodland and parkland. The estate is open all year, offering a variety of walks.