A historic market and railway town with superb transport links to London and Europe and easy access to the Kent coast. High-speed trains whisk you to London St Pancras in just 37 minutes.
Originally a farming town, Ashford is one of Kent’s finest examples of blending tradition with contemporary. This unique partnering of the ages boasts a series of international transport links, thriving markets and history rich property surrounded by some of the best of Kent’s idyllic and untouched countryside.
The enticing town of Ashford has grown in its popularity over the years as a destination for those to live and work. Originally a historic market town, this centre has seen a surge in development over recent years which has encouraged the creation of some superb transport links as residents wish to commute to London and to Europe in pursuit of work and leisure.
A thriving town within its own right, Ashford has increased in its popularity as a consumer/ leisure destination and has seen a rise in the number of eclectic shops, markets and artisan pop up shops on offer. Savvy shoppers are also spoilt for choice with the McArthur Glen Designer Outlet just a stone’s through from the high street and the main train station.
For those wishing to take Ashford more in their stride, why not immerse yourself in Ashford’s heritage trail which (yes there is history here too!) with its lanes sporting medieval, Jacobean and Georgian homes and architecture. Two of Ashford’s greatest estates include Godington House and Eastwell Manor, two beautiful must-sees reflecting a bygone era for Ashford.
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