Willesborough is a popular well sought after established location, with all amenities close at hand, within easy access of Junction 10, offers a large Tesco and the William Harvey hospital as well as local shops within the area, such as Co-op, petrol garages and takeaways. The area is divided into three main smaller areas of Willesborough, south Willesborough and Willesborough Lees, all areas have a range of different property types.
Rightmove said that within the last year property prices in this area have gone up by 2% from 2019 with an average price being £257,683. Most sales in the area were that of semi-detached properties, while detached properties were on average selling for £336,750. If you’ve got a property in the area that you are thinking about selling or renting, visit our free online valuation tool at https://evolutionproperties.myinstantvaluation.com/
Willesborough has three primary schools in its area; Willesborough infant school, Willesborough Juniors schools and East Stour primary school as well as a few nurseries. These schools have gained good reports from Ofsted and being a family area, Willesborough is a really good environment for younger children. There are a few play parks dotted about the area with one on the Highfield estate, one off Church road and one on Hunter Avenue.
- Hooden Smokehouse and Cellar
- The Blacksmiths Arms
- French Connection
- Willesborough Café
- Hospital2hospital walk which is 3.8km around the countryside at the back of the William Harvey hospital. https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/route/160586/hospital2-hospital
- Conningbrook lakes country park, with a 2 hour walk to reach the furthest end of the reserve https://www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk/nature-reserves/conningbrook-lakes-country-park