Located on the edge of Southborough in the beautiful countryside of Kent, these nine family homes are ideally situated nearby to Southborough Common and Honnington Farm.
Stone work surfaces
Integrated Bosch appliances
Appliances include 5 ring gas hob, double oven, extractor hood, fridge, freezer (The Nevill has fridge / freezers) and dishwasher
White Villeroy & Boch suites
Vanity units to the bathroom, cloakroom and en suites
Heated chrome towel rails provided to bathroom and en suites
Mirror and shaver sockets provided to bathroom and en suites
Porcelain wall and floor tiles to the bathroom, cloakroom and en suites
Nestled within the High Weald’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, deep in the heart of Kent, Southborough is a bustling community with a relaxed, modern appeal. Renowned since prehistoric times as a desirable location, it became particularly popular in the 17th century with the discovery of the nearby Chalybeate Spring. Today, its excellent local amenities, proximity to the towns of Tonbridge and Royal Tunbridge Wells, lush open green spaces and thriving community spirit offer an ideal setting for contemporary family life, all within easy reach of the M25, London and South Coast.
|Bidborough CofE||State||Primary||Ofsted Good||0.7 miles|
|Southborough CofE||State||Primary||Ofsted Good||0.8 miles|
|Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys||State||Secondary||Ofsted Good||1.1 miles|
|Tunbridge Wells Girls' Grammar School||State||Secondary||Ofsted Outstanding||1.4 miles|
|Rose Hill School||Independant||Primary & Secondary||1.8 miles|
On the outskirts of Southborough, ‘Rocks Hollow’ is in an ideal position to combine a relaxed, rural lifestyle with the buzz of a 21st century village. In one direction, the tranquil lake at Honnington Farm offers open water swimming most of the year, while in the other, over 70 acres of woodlands and parkland – including the stunning gardens of Salomon’s Estate and manicured lawns of Southborough Common, upon which cricket matches have been contested for over 200 years – are just a few minutes’ walk away. Walking, running, cycling and horse riding are popular pursuits, while golf clubs, fitness centres and numerous other sporting and leisure facilities are all easily accessible.
Southborough’s busy High Street hosts a range of local shops and services, from convenience stores, family bakers and master butchers, to wine merchants and a variety of restaurants. A new community theatre has been planned as part of the proposed Southborough Hub, which also features a library and new doctors’ surgery. There are excellent primary schools and pre-schools in the village, with a choice of grammar schools and other educational options available in nearby Tunbridge Wells.