Bridgefield is situated in the Kingsnorth area of Ashford, located between the Park Farm estate, Finberry and Cheeseman’s Green, overlooking areas of fields and woodland while still having close connections to the town centre. There is a selection of houses perfect for couples and families, with houses ranging from 2 to 4 bedrooms, with some 2-bedroom apartments as well. The new park and play area that has opened in the area was the first new park in twenty years that was commissioned in the borough. The park includes a play area with two zip wires, an iron aged theme area, swings and play tractors; perfect for families with children. The park also has an orchard with an area for wildlife as well as art sculptures.
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There are two schools nearby, Furley Park in Park Farm and Finberry Primary School in the Finberry estate, with a nursery in both areas. Furley Park primary school was given a good Ofsted report and the area is a family orientated estate, which provides a good environment for children. Finberry Primary school was also given a good Ofsted report, meaning a good selection of schools, as well as other schools in the Ashford area to choose from. With these choices of schools, nurseries and the Bridgefield park with surrounding countryside, this area is a superb choice for families with young children.
While there are no restaurants on the estate, there is a range in and around Ashford to suit most dietary needs. While Bridgefield is close to countryside pubs/restaurants, there is a selection of county pubs nearby which serve delicious food which are worth a visit if you want to try something new. These include:
- The Royal Oak, Mersham
- The Farriers Arms, Mersham
- The Walnut Tree, Aldington
- The White Horse, Bilsington
- The Dukes Head, Hamstreet
There are currently no mapped walks in the area, however the countryside area next to Bridgefield is notorious with cyclists between Bridgefield, Mersham, Bilsington and Aldington, as they provide scenic roads and pubs to stop in for a refreshing soft drink in the Garden.