Dandara’s flagship development on the edge of Royal Tunbridge Wells is fast becoming the development of choice for young commuters, with the majority of buyers aged below 40 and working in or around London.
Sales of the latest phase at Knights Wood has seen nearly 75% of buyers come from the TN postcode area, with nearly 90% of purchasers aged between 20-40 years old.
Despite its location within 150 acres of mature, protected woodland, residents of Knights Wood live within easy reach of High Brooms and Tunbridge Wells railway stations, making it an ideal destination for commuters.
To make the daily commute easier still, a shuttle bus service for residents operates daily between the Knights Wood Marketing Suite and High Brooms railway station. The weekday service commences at 6.00am, running every 20 minutes until 7.40am. In the evening pick-ups from High Brooms station start at 6.00pm, running with the same frequency until 7.40pm.
The fare for the service, which is operated by Compaid, is £1 each way for residents of Knights Wood, who are issued with an eligibility card to be presented to the bus driver. The fare for non-residents is £5 each way.
Speaking of the popularity of Knights Wood with young buyers, Ben Thwaites, Sales Manager for Dandara said:
This really is a fantastic location, not just for commuters looking to enjoy life away from the hustle and bustle of London but also for buyers looking to enjoy all that Royal Tunbridge Wells has to offer.
Knights Wood was designed with a real sense of community in mind, which we expect to grow even further when the new Town Square is officially opened next month. With Skinners’ Kent Primary School now a year old, plus Help to Buy available on the development, it is no surprise that couples and young families are looking to make Knights Wood their home.