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Look to the Ruburbs with a home at Imperial Park

29th July 2015 Print
Living and Dining, indicative interior at Imperial Park

With new research from Experian “Ruburbanities” is the name given to expanding communities located outside of London, as people are being priced out of the property market where they live, and are moving to more rural locations. In London, some 54% of residents can’t afford to buy a property where they live, and as a result many are looking to the ruburbs for better return for their money. Imperial Park by Bellway, located in Parkwood, the outskirts of Maidstone, offers an attractive collection of one and two bedroom apartments, as well as two, three, four and five bedroom homes.

Nicky Morton, Sales Director for Bellway Homes South East comments: “The selection of homes just outside of Maidstone offer purchasers a great chance to escape the sky high prices of the city and get more for their money, with a bigger home and more space. With vast green space and great connections into Maidstone and London, the homes at Imperial Park will serve a range of homebuyers, with apartments for young professionals and larger homes for growing families.”

Prospective purchasers looking to Imperial Park can expect a high specification with kitchens providing integrated appliances, such as built in stainless steel fan ovens, gas hobs, and chimney hoods. The adjacent living area benefits from vast natural light with double doors leading to the rear garden.

The master bedrooms are completed with built in wardrobes, offering excellent storage space. En-suites and bathrooms are chic and sophisticated, featuring White Roca range sanitary ware, as well as chrome-finish brassware.

Imperial Park is located just a few miles of the stunning North Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, horse riders, cyclists, and a stunning location for a family day out.

Residents at Imperial Park are served by several supermarkets and shops located within a mile of the development, convenient for your day-to-day essentials. Shopaholics won’t need to travel too far away as Maidstone town centre offers a fantastic range of high street shops, as the two shopping centres Fremlin Walk and The Mall boast over 100 shops between them.

The homes are located less than three miles away from the nearest station, Bearsted. From there, trains run through Maidstone East to London Victoria in little over an hour. The town is further served by Maidstone West and Maidstone Barracks for high speed trains to Strood, Tonbridge and London St Pancras. The M20, less than five miles from the development, links with the M25 to the north and connects to the Channel Tunnel and Folkestone in the south. The A20 (London to Dover), A229 (Rochester to Hastings) and the A249 (Maidstone to Sheerness) are also all within easy travelling distance.

Prices at Imperial Park start form £159,950 for a one bedroom apartment, £184,950 for a two bedroom, £275,950 for a three bedroom home and £349,950 for a four bedroom home. For further information on the development, visit

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Living and Dining, indicative interior at Imperial Park