Early morning, you wander downstairs past the kitchen towards the rear of the home. Oak beams and glass frame your view into the garden. You step out, walk forward and take a dip into the pool, a great way to start the day, a private moment.
At the weekend this garden may be alive with the sounds of laughter and children getting in and out of the water. Evenings may be filled with the chink of glasses, that wondrously evocative smell of food on the barbecue, the sound of conversation and mirth as friends and family mingle.
This is a garden to enjoy life in, to watch the sun cross the sky and sink down of an evening. It is a home that gives space for the family to spread out and it is one that we feel has yet to realise its full potential as a home.
In the wintertime you'll be drawn to the open fire in the living room, all the while your eyes will be drawn back through to that garden.
Life stretches out beyond the garden doesn't it, an important consideration and here you will find plenty to occupy yourselves with.
Evening walks to the pub on the green, explore delightful countryside via footpaths and enjoy the changing seasons across 'Happy Valley'. Whether you like strolling in the afternoon sun or splashing through muddy puddles with leaves on the ground, this countryside will fill your days with pleasure.
You can always arrange to get a bottle of wine from the local vineyard to complete a mealtime experience.
Cricket has been played upon Meopham Green since 1778, appropriately the Cricketers Inn watches over the green whilst The Pavilion is home to the cricket club. A restaurant, The Kings Arms provides another option and across the road rises the outline of the Grade II Listed windmill, built around 1820 this six sided 'smock mill' is home to the Parish Council.
Meopham has the distinction of being 'the longest village in England' and within its boundaries has some excellent schools, primary, secondary (OFSTED Outstanding) and The National Autistic Society Helen Allison School.
North of Meopham is Gravesend and the A2/M2. Bluewater Shopping Centre, surrounded by a 50 acre landscape of lakes and parkland offers over three hundred stores, more than fifty bars, restaurants and cafes plus cinema and trampoline park is within twenty minutes’ drive. Southwards you head toward Tonbridge with the M20 in between. It's only when you take time to look closely at the variety of places you can access, the things you can do and the ease with which you can reach them, Meopham train station to London Victoria averages around 48 minutes, Ebbsfleet International Station is fifteen minutes away with high speed services to the coast and to St Pancras; that simple period of discovery shows why so many love this part of the county.
Sat amidst glorious Kent countryside Meopham has always surprised people with its community, many never stray from the area and, with access so easy from here to so much you wish to do, this is a great location to settle.
This home is one that offers unique living, we think you will find things you will adapt, improve upon to make it somewhere for you to stay for a long long time.Get in touch if you like this home.