Orbit Homes at Beuley View
Worrall Drive , Wouldham, Rochester , Kent, ME1 3GE
About Orbit Homes at Beuley View
**LAUNCHING EARLY 2024 – REGISTER YOUR INTEREST!**
We’re delighted to bring you this high-quality collection of 2 bedroom apartments and coach houses, plus 2 and 3 bedroom houses in the charming area of Peters Village in Wouldham. Conveniently located with easy access to both the M2 and M20 it makes the perfect location offering all the benefits of village life, with the larger town’s amenities and London in easy reach.
These carefully designed homes provide an excellent opportunity to embark on homeownership, transition to a spacious family residence, or streamline living arrangements through downsizing.
All homes are exclusively available with Shared Ownership, the part-buy, part-rent scheme making home ownership easier and more affordable for all.
With a limited number of homes available to purchase we expect these to sell fast, please register your interest to receive more information as it’s released!
- Range of contemporary 2 bedroom apartments & coach houses, plus 2 and 3 bedroom houses
- Convenient road links for commuters using the M20 and M2
- Less than a five-minute drive to Snodland train station
- All-inclusive specification with flooring and turf included - no extras needed!
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Primary School - 0.5 miles
Co-op Food - 0.8 miles
A228 - 1.2 miles
Snodland Station - 2.6 miles
Leybourne Lakes Country Park - 3.3 miles
Medway Valley Leisure Park - 5.5 miles
Medway Hospital - 7.5 miles
Your place to connect…
Beuley View is well-set with commuting in mind, with easy access to the A228, M2, M20 and the wider Kent area, as well as London being just over an hour away.
By Road* – The A228 is 1 mile away, providing easy access to the M2 and M20 towards London and the Kent coast in the opposite direction.
By Air* – London Gatwick Airport (37 miles) London Stansted Airport (54 miles) and London Heathrow Airport (58 miles) by road.
By Rail** – Snodland Station is 2.6 miles from Beuley View, with direct links to Maidstone West (13 mins) and London St Pancras (43mins). Rochester station is 5.4 miles away and offers direct links to London St Pancras (36mins), London Bridge (40mins), London Victoria (44 mins), London Cannon Street (46mins). The Kent coast is in easy reach from Rochester station with Whitstable (41 mins), Herne Bay (46 mins) and Margate (60 mins) away.
Your place to learn…
Based on an Ofsted rating of Good and Outstanding, there are 26 primary schools and 6 secondary schools within a 3 mile radius of Beuley View. For small children, there are also a range of pre-schools located nearby.
Your place to shop…
A short trip across Peters Bridge will take you to Snodland, where you can find a handful of shops, cafés and takeaways, while Maidstone and Rochester are under half an hour away by road. Both towns offer a great mixture of high-street names and independent boutiques.
More choice can be found at the famous Bluewater Shopping Centre, which is located around 20 minutes away by car and plays home to 350 retail brands, dozens of restaurants and a variety of leisure – including a cinema and England’s longest zipline.
Your place to enjoy…
Maidstone is just 8 miles away and offers a number of museums, galleries and theatres as well as a more contemporary shopping experience with many well-known high street brands.
You’ll find there’s plenty of scope for sporting and leisure activities to immerse yourself in. Peters Village will have its own extensive playing fields, or you can get on your bike and explore the surrounding countryside. A magnificent esplanade has been built along the entire development waterfront, perfect for running, lengthy cycling or the start of a hiking expedition; it also includes a bridleway for horse-riding enthusiasts.
If you are looking slightly further afield the ancient cathedral city of Rochester is just 5 miles away with its picturesque high street and independent shops offering a unique shopping experience. Rochester is also well-known for its many historic buildings and links with Charles Dickens as well as the authentically English festival, Sweeps.
*Times, distances and directions are approximate only and are taken from maps.google.com and nationalrail.com and during peak time. January 2024.
**Data taken from compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk January 2024.