Kingsnorth is a beautiful mix of suburban and country living, based on the outskirts of Ashford, the small village has its own civil parish which it shares with Park Farm. This area is perfect for those who want to be close enough to the town centre, with a countryside lifestyle. It surrounds itself by other small villages such as; Bridgefield, Stubbs Cross and Bromley Green. In the village there is a GP surgery, public house, a primary school and a large Tesco all on your doorstep. The Kingsnorth Primary school has a good Ofsted report, and was last inspected in 2018.
Properties in the area over the last year had an average selling price of £286,486 (2% higher than the 2017 peak) with a majority of those being semi-detached selling at £255,345. Terraced properties were on average selling for £241, 008, compared to detached which were fetching £399,384. For further details, please see: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices/kingsnorth.html
For places to eat in the area, why not pop over to the cosy Queens Head for a lovely pub garden and delicious food! Whether you’re in the mood for a refreshment in the garden while on a bike ride or a Sunday roast after a long week, the Queens Head will look after you! Alternatively there is also a Marinos Fish bar nearby on Beaver Road for either takeaway or eat in, as well as Comptoir Libanais, Wagamama, Yo!Sushi, Pizza Express and Five Guys at the Designer outlet, perfect after a long day shopping!
A cycling route that is listed through the area goes from the town centre to Dymchurch and back in a circle, this route is around 57km and takes on average about 3 hours. This route passes through Kingsnorth, Bilsington, Romney Marsh, Ruckinge and Shadoxhurst. To see the route click on the link below: