Meadowbank at Great Easthall Farm offers two, three and four bedroom family homes. It is close to the M2 and has good rail links to London, including a high speed rail link into St Pancras. More than 20 schools are within two miles of Meadowbank and it is one mile from shops and amenities of Sittingbourne.
Meadowbank is conveniently located close to the A249, just a few miles east of Junction 5 on the M2. There are direct railways links from Sittingbourne to London Victoria and Cannon Street stations. The international ferry port of Dover can be reached in 40 minutes. Sittingbourne station is on the high speed route to St Pancras, the journey takes around an hour. While Ashford International Station for mainland Europe is just 20 miles away via the A2.
A trip to the shops
Meadowbank is just one mile away from the historic market town of Sittingbourne with its wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants. There is also a nearby supermarket with a convenient petrol station. Sittingbourne is only 12 miles from Maidstone and 16 miles from Canterbury. Both of these large towns can offer you a wealth of major high street stores as well a great deal of evening entertainment. Meanwhile, Bluewater, one of Europe's largest indoor shopping and leisure complexes, is just half an hour's drive away.
Taking time out
For sports enthusiasts, the Swallows Leisure Centre is just a few miles from Meadowbank and offers many facilities, including squash and badminton courts as well as a swimming pool. If you enjoy days out, there are many attractions nearby including the beautifully landscaped Doddington Place Gardens, Belmont House with its elegant country parkland, and Leeds Castle which holds many festivals and firework displays throughout the year.
Opportunities for learning are plentiful in the local area. There are over 20 schools, as well as a community college and an adult education centre all within 2 miles of Meadowbank. Please contact the Local Education Authority for further information.
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