Sandhurst – A Rural Escape | Clarendon Homes

Sandhurst – A Rural Escape

22-06-2022 Blog

Clarendon Homes’ latest development, Miller’s Meadow, is located in the beautiful rural village of Sandhurst. Just inside the Kent border the lovely village is perfect for families and couples looking for a retreat from busy city life. Sandhurst is a quintessential Kent village with its array of timber-framed buildings, 14th-century church, Victorian clock tower and 19th century windmill. In this blog we explore why Sandhurst is the perfect place to live!

Millers Meadow street scene
Miller’s Meadow CGI

Why Should I move to Sandhurst and what makes it different?

Sandhurst is the needle in the haystack, the perfect mix of a rural and tight community while offering short commutes and pleasant walking routes. Miller’s Meadow offers what many developments cannot; a small, high quality, private development in a desirable location in Kent.

Location

white windmill in sandhurst in the sun
Sandhurst, Kent

The most obvious reason to move to Sandhurst it to distance yourself from the mad rush of an urban environment and retreat to a more rural area. Located in Kent, Sandhurst is the perfect base from which to explore the local area and beyond. Home to a post office, local shops and a petrol station nearby and much more, Miller’s Meadow will be the perfect escape for all who wish to escape to the country.

Travel & Commuting

With the greenery that surrounds Miller’s Meadow, it’s easy to forget how well connected it is. By rail and road, there are a wealth of towns that are readily accessible. While for work or pleasure, Central London is also just over an hour away by train from Robertsbridge station.

Things to do in and around Sandhurst

For all benefits of village life, there may be times when you want more. At Sandhurst, it’s only moments away. Nearby Tunbridge Wells and Ashford offer all the retail therapy you could ask for, with The Ashford Designer Outlet being a particular draw.

Ashford Designer Outlet
Ashford Designer Outlet

The above also offer plenty of cultural and culinary delights too. However, with all the amazing country pubs lining the lanes en-route to them, you don’t need to go far for a great meal. The same can be said for a round of golf; you’re literally surrounded by golf clubs.

History is also in plentiful supply; Bodiam Castle, Sissinghurst Castle Gardens, Scotney Castle and countless other attractions are all short drives away. Plus, the South Coast is easy to reach.

Man playing golf outside in the sun

These are a few of many reasons why we think Sandhurst would be a great place to live. If you are interested in our latest development Miller’s Meadow, contact us today to register your interest.

Got any questions or feedback on the blog? Or maybe a topic you would like to be covered in a future blog? Email courtney.gardiner@clarendonhomes.co.uk today, I would love to hear from you!