stamp duty: £13,200
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £1,000
1 reception room
£11,100 p.a. / £925 pcm
TENANCY AGREEMENT STARTED
19 months ago
TENANCY AGREEMENT ENDS
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Ashford is a market town in Kent, England and lies around 61 miles south-east of London and 15 miles north-west of Folkestone. The M20 goes past near the town and connects it to the M25 motorway as well as Folkestone, providing a link to the Channel Tunnel and Dover ports.
Ashford International railway station is an international and regional train station. Regional trains are run by Southeastern and Southern and international services are run by Eurostar. The station is at the convergence of several lines, including High Speed 1 from London St Pancras International to the Channel Tunnel, the South Eastern mainline from London Charing Cross to Dover Priory, the Maidstone line from London Victoria to Maidstone East, the Ashford to Ramsgate line via Canterbury West, and the Marshlink line to Hastings.
Some of the local attractions and things to do and see are Godinton House & Gardens, Victoria Park Ashford, Kent Downs, Conningbrook Lakes Country Park and Ashford Museum.
Ashford is home to a number of well-known chain restaurants as well as several independent eateries. Other fabulous places to eat can be found in the surrounding villages.
Shoppers needs are being taken care of by Ashford Designer Outlet and County Square shopping centre, as well as Park Mall for unique independent stores and the Made in Ashford store. On the first Sunday of every month Ashford Framers market takes place in the lower part of the hight street.
Education is being provided by twelve primary schools, two grammar schools, two further secondary schools, a college and a private independent school.
Some of the local employers include Premier Foods, Quest International, Brake Brothers, Curious Brewing. Due to the town’s strategic location there are a number of industry, business and retail parks here including Waterbrook Park, Eureka Science and Business Park and Orbital Park.
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