With its close proximity to Ashford, Willesborough makes for the ideal commuter village.
Willesborough is a village, now in effect a residential suburb, on the eastern side of Ashford and is approximately half a mile from Ashford Town Centre.
The village of Willesborough is split into two parts known as Willesborough and Willesborough Lees.
Boasting its very own Grade II listed windmill built in 1869, Willesborough Windmill is one of the largest smock mills in the South of England and welcomes visitors between the months of April and October.
There are plenty of amenities available in Willesborough including an infant and a junior school, a small selection of pubs, the Julie Rose Sports Stadium, a football and cricket club and the William Harvey Hospital.
With its close proximity to Ashford, it is ideally located for providing excellent commuter access via the M20 motorway at junction 10 and is close to the Ashford International Station.
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