Pentland Homes Sees Demand for Saxon Fields and Open Spaces

Pentland Homes Saxon Fields development

In a sign of the times, wellbeing is trumping the convenience of inner-city living. Leading Kent housebuilder, Pentland Homes is finding this with a significant increase in enquiries for their development Saxon Fields which is bordered by rolling countryside, farmland, mature woodland and the occasional vineyard.

Homebuyers priorities have changed, and non-city based estate agents are experiencing a large increase in enquiries from buyers seeking to escape from the confines of a city and wanting to experience the joys of open spaces and greenery.

Saxon Fields by Penland Homes is one development ideally places to capitalise on this. It is spread over a 111-acres site and meets the majority of current buyers main requirement, greenery and outside space.

Pentland Homes are known for their attractive looking developments, and Saxon Homes continue the theme with its distinct Art-Deco architecture.

Living room at Pentland Homes Saxon Fields

The interiors of the show home have been dressed by Phoenix Interior Design, with living spaces forming the heart of the ground floors. Dependent on the individual homes, some offer an open plan kitchen-living space, or a reception/study and separate kitchen-family room. The living space in the homes opens out onto spacious gardens in all homes, perfect for a family BBQ in the sun.

Bedroom at Pentland Homes Saxon Fields development

Once complete, Saxon Fields will deliver a wide array of on-site facilities including a new primary school, shops, offices, cricket pitch, allotments, meadows and parkland, providing essential elements newly appreciated by the wider population.

Bordered by rolling countryside, farmland, mature woodland

The Greenery and open spaces
Bordered by rolling countryside, farmland, mature woodland and the occasional vineyard, Saxon Fields sits to the south of one of Kent’s most historically significant cities, Canterbury.

Canterbury has been occupied since Paleolithic times and was made famous by the ribald 14th Century tales of Geoffrey Chaucer. As England’s ecclesiastical capital, Canterbury is a city steeped in history and its world-famous cathedral, where Thomas Becket was martyred in 1170, has UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

On the southern border of the city, Saxon Fields has an exceptional on-site community, including shops, offices, a new school, wildlife corridors and cricket pitch. Homeowners will get a real sense of space at Saxon Fields – something that lockdown has evidentially made buyers aware of – with plenty of open green areas, meadows and children’s play parks.

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