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Coutryside of Kent

Why choose Kent

 

Moving to the UK and you don’t know where to start then just think Kent, the garden of England. Why choose Kent? With it’s many Oast houses, orchards, vineyards, beautiful coastline.  There are plenty of historic and pretty towns and villages and with it being in such close proximity to London you would be hard pressed to find a more interesting or beautiful place to rent or buy.

 

Royal Tunbridge Wells in central Kent has great train links to London and a plethora of excellent state primary and its  many high achieving state grammar schools such as The Judd School and Skinners School for boys and Toggs and Twiggs for girls. Other well known schools include Bennett Memorial School and St. Gregorys and the fairly new Skinners Kent Academy. Kent also has a strong independent schooling sector with prep schools such as Holmewood House, Rosehill, Kent College and renowned senior schools such as  Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and King’s Canterbury.

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Houses in a Terrace in Royal Tunbridge Wells

 

This is just a start though as Royal Tunbridge Wells is a Spa town which, in the past, was frequently visited by the monarchs and society to take the waters there. It has many beautiful buildings with Calverley Park all the houses and park were designed by Decimus Burton a famous architect.  There are many other parks dotted in and around Tunbridge Wells and these are Camden Park, Neville Park and Hungershall Park all of which have beautiful villas and lovely outlooks.

Shopping is also excellent with the Royal Victoria Shopping Mall at the top end of town housing most of the well known Brands including Fenwick’s department store and the graceful Pantiles at the other end of town. Sandwiched between the two are the high streets which have plenty of  great places to have coffee, eat, drink and shop.

The surrounding villages  have much to offer with their restaurants and gourmet pubs, churches, greens and beautiful walks. Some of the notable villages are Frant with its regal Georgian Homes or Speldhurst which is close to town and has a great community feel. Groombridge village has the spa valley steam railway line that runs a couple of days a week with a service to Tunbridge Wells. Harrison Rocks for climbing and walking are nearby and of course Groombridge Place which was often visited by royalty for hunting trips. Not only this but most of the primary schools in the surrounding villages’ have good or outstanding ofsted reports and extremely sought after.

Travelling further down towards the coast you could visit Goudhurst village with its imposing church and Cranbrook which is not only a pretty town but has Cranbrook school, one of only 40 state schools in the Country that provides boarding for those children living out of the catchment area. En route to Folkestone you could stop off in Tenterden, great shopping, nip up to Ashford which has a retail outlet park and then carry onto Canterbury with all its amazing historical buildings including the cathedral and great schools such as King’s Canterbury and of course the University of Kent. Returning to London following the the estuary you’ll come to Whitstable which is renowned for its Oysters and shell fish.

Please feel free to call and have a chat with either Anji or Amanda about the best places to live in Kent as they have in-depth knowledge as to why choose Kent whether your focus is on schooling, an easy commute to London, renting, buying or an investment property we will be able to point you in the right direction.  Just call Amanda on 07944 305921 or Anji on 07748 682818.

Views of London and cities and towns throughout the UK from our short term rental properties

Hidden Rotherhithe, London, SE16

 

One of our latest client’s were moving from Ireland to London and had showed an interest in the Rotherhithe area. They wanted to find an apartment which was within a stones throw of London Bridge, somewhere they could cycle to work and yet still be able to enjoy a good nightlife.

 

We suggested Rotherhithe as it is a quiet, leafy part of South East London with many apartments many of which have great river and/or city views. It has excellent links to London Bridge via bike, train or river and there are plenty of local shops, restaurants, a cinema complex and shopping centre nearby. It is also very close to Bermondsey with all that has to offer

 

Following on from our in-depth search we selected over 20 properties which we felt sure would appeal to a young professional couple. They did and they liked them all so we prepared the viewing schedule and took them out for a full day’s viewing. We covered a number of areas including Waterloo, London Bridge, Bermondsey and Rotherhithe. As always the day had its usual highs and lows with properties being taken before we could view them but we managed to replace them with new, and we thought, often better apartments. In the end they decided to take an amazing penthouse apartment with a view of the Shard. It had a wrap around balcony which we feel sure will be great for entertaining.  Inside was bright, spacious and modern with 180 degree views.

 

They moved in last week-end and we sent them a welcome box with all the essentials to be there when they arrived alongside their own personalized information and orientation pack to help them find their way around the area.

 

We hope they enjoy their new home and settle into life in London. We would love to hear from you if you are thinking of moving to London or the South East and require help with your relocation. Please call either Amanda on 07944 305921 or Anji on 07748 682818 for further information.

Photo of Executive Serviced Apartment living area

Home from home, why not try Executive Serviced Apartments

Executive Serviced Apartments offer a fantastic alternative when you feel “not another anodyne hotel” as you start to think every uninspiring hotel room begins to blend into one. Do you think the enjoyment simply has gone out of staying in a hotel? Have you had enough of the room service menu and the same continental breakfast every morning? Executive Serviced Apartments really understand that staying in a hotel for long periods can be quite restrictive, have a lack of flexibility, privacy and the space you usually enjoy at home. We know!! – we stayed as guests at the new Imperial Court in Maidenhead last week when Executive Serviced Apartments launched this new eight serviced apartment complex which is walking distance from the station.

While a hotel may provide all the facilities you need for a few nights, if you’re staying for longer, you might prefer somewhere that feels more like a second home. We feel these spacious serviced apartments provided by Executive Serviced Apartments are the perfect hotel alternative and offer a welcoming home from home environment from the moment you arrive.

Ideal for when you are relocating and getting to know the area, the benefits of staying in serviced apartments are many fold and with Executive Serviced Apartments these are:
• stylishly furnished apartments with a spacious living environment with all the usual home comforts
• excellent connectivity with broadband internet for working in the apartment
• central locations with easy access to local amenities, business parks and transport links
• fully equipped kitchen facilities so you can prepare your own meals
• dining facilities to entertain friends and colleagues in private surrounding
• personalised guest service with a 24 hour on call emergency support.

In comparison to hotels, serviced accommodation typically offers savings up to 30%, making it a cost effective solution for businesses. Depending on the number of guests, the room configuration and the length of stay, the savings can be even greater.

For more information on serviced apartments in general and the range Executive Serviced Apartments offer contact Anji or Amanda on 01892 257001

Beautiful spring in Maidenhead

Similar sized rentals in Maidenhead cost considerably more than their counterparts in Lisbon

As rentals in Lisbon are considerably lower than Maidenhead for a ‘like for like’ property finding a 1 to 2 bed flat for our client Antonio has been has been a challenge! In fact our search continues as even a 1 bedroom flat in central Maidenhead is around triple the price of an average property in and around Lisbon.

A street in Lisbon
Moving fromLisbon
Windsor Castle
Relocating to Windsor and Maidenhead

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Nyhavn port in Copenhagen
Moving from Copenhagen to London where the home search begins

The brief:  home search in or near Stoke Newington for a family moving from Copenhagen to London

Despite everything the Beast from the East could throw at us it did not stop us carrying out our home search.  We travelled from Muswell Hill in North London to Stoke Newington in the North East and Whitechapel in the East and beyond.

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    Kent, TN2 5XG, UK

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