A new opportunity for relaxed family living is coming to Upnor, near Rochester, after Taylor Wimpey acquired the land for 26 new homes.

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  • Taylor Wimpey is set to begin transforming a former residential site into Castle Walk, a collection of three, four and five bedroom homes.

    The new development will retain the leafy charm of the existing site, off Upnor Road, by protecting a number of mature trees to take pride of place in the middle of the new homes and gardens.

    Homes will include a mixture of detached, semi-detached and terraced houses in a variety of designs to suit all tastes and budgets.

    Mark Pajak, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey's south east division, said: "We're really excited to be creating such a fantastic opportunity for house hunters by bringing this brand new development of beautiful homes to Upnor.

    "Combining the best of tranquil village living with superb transport links to London and the Medway towns, Castle Walk will be the perfect choice for couples and families looking to take their next step on the property ladder."

    The village of Upnor boasts the best of both town and country. Situated on the banks of the River Medway, it is surrounded by fields and woodland but lies just two miles from the centre of bustling Rochester, with its array of shops, pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities.

    The historic tourist attraction of Upnor Castle, an Elizabethan river fortress, is only a few minutes' walk from the development, while Upnor Sailing Club is just across the road.

    A selection of good nurseries, primary schools and secondary schools are all within easy reach, while commuters will benefit from the convenient transport links.

    By road, the M2 and the A228 are both close at hand and provide good access to London, while Strood railway station is just over two miles from the development and runs regular services to Charing Cross, Waterloo and London Bridge - all of which can be reached in less than an hour.

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