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The Lees, Sellindge

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Home of the Week: Plot 104 – The Canford, 2 bedroom home. Reserve this plot by 17th November and you will receive £2,000 towards personalising your new home. T’s&C’s Apply.

The Lees Phase 2 boasts a wonderful collection of one & two bed apartments and two, three, four and five bedroom homes located off Ashford Road in Sellindge, Kent.


This stunning range of homes offers something for everyone, from young couples and downsizers to growing families. Located in a peaceful location in Sellindge, a tranquil village nestled between the towns of Ashford and Folkestone, just a few miles from the beautiful south-east coast.

The village offers a selection of amenities close by, including a post office, a farm shop and a doctors surgery. Well-regarded Sellindge Primary School is also just a short distance from the development.


Less than seven miles away is the town of Ashford, which boasts a wide choice of high street stores, bars, cafés and restaurants, plus a selection of schools for children of all ages.


For travel links, the nearby M20 offers routes south-east to Folkestone and Dover and north-west to Ashford and Maidstone, while Westenhanger railway station is close to home for services to London Charing Cross, Dover Priory and Ramsgate. Nearby Ashford International railway station also provides regular high-speed links to London, Paris, Brussels and Lille.

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The development enjoys a peaceful location in Sellindge, a tranquil village nestled between the towns of Ashford and Folkestone, just a few miles from the beautiful south-east coast.


Driving directions to the development:


From the north-west, leave the M20 at Junction 10 and take the A292/A2070 exit towards Ashford. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Hythe Road/A20 and follow the road for approximately five miles before reaching Ashford Road.


From the south-east, leave the M20 at Junction 11 and take the exit signposted Hythe (A261). Follow the A20 for approximately three miles to Sellindge via Newingreen, before reaching Ashford Road.


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Development Layout

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Taylor Wimpey helps to encourage pupils at Little Learners at Sellindge Pre-School to walk to school

In support of International Walk to School month this October, we have donated 60 high visibility snap bands to pupils at Little Learners at Sellindge Pre-School.


Paula Hickmott, manager at Little Learners Pre-School, says: “It’s really important to us that our pupils are happy and engaged when they arrive at school and walking is a great way for them to start the day. We want to encourage children and their parents to walk to school and the high visibility snap bands donated by Taylor Wimpey will help them to do this more safely.”



Local children bury time capsules at The Lees

We invited children from Sellindge Primary School and 1st Sellindge Scout Group to fill two time capsules with items that will show future generations what life was like in our time. The time capsules have now been buried at The Lees ready for discovery in years to come.

Children at Sellindge Primary School filled their time capsule with scrolls including descriptions of what their lives are like. Jo Wren, Headmistress at the school said: “We had been working on a topic called “remember” so the invitation from Taylor Wimpey for our pupils to fill a time capsule couldn’t have come at a better time. The children really enjoyed the task and we’d like to thank Taylor Wimpey for asking us to take part.”

The 1st Sellindge Scouts opted to fill their time capsule with uniforms, information about the Scouts and photographs of their previous visits to the site. Maureen Stanley, leader of the Scout group, commented: “One of the core aims of scouting is to bring people together so we jumped at the chance to fill a time capsule which we hope will help future generations to connect with our lives. The Scouts thoroughly enjoyed thinking about how to fill the capsule and we were delighted to be invited to see it being buried at The Lees.”

Jason Stokes, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey South East, said: “At Taylor Wimpey we are always keen to build relationships with the communities in which we are building. We were thrilled to learn that children from Sellindge Primary School and the 1st Sellindge Scout Group enjoyed taking part in the time capsule project and It was a pleasure to welcome them to The Lees to bury the capsules.”

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We go back to school to teach pupils at Sellindge Primary School all about safety

We have recently begun construction of the first new homes at The Lees and our Project Manager, Phil Laycock, and Health and Safety Advisor, Simon Strudwick visited Sellindge Primary School on Tuesday 17th July to teach its pupils a valuable lesson about the importance of staying safe around a building site. 

Pupils were given an informative and interactive presentation about the dangers posed by construction sites and were invited to design a poster to show what they learned. The children also received goody bags which included high visibility vests and a copy of our children’s book, ‘How we build your home with Millie Mortar and Handy Andy’, which aims to teach young people about the house building process.

Commenting on the visit, Jo Wren, Headteacher at Sellindge Primary School, said: “We’re very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for taking the time to talk to our pupils about something that really matters. Phil and Simon did a great job of giving such a fun and engaging talk which highlighted the dangers posed by building sites and really helped the the children to understand the importance of staying safe.”

Phil Laycock, Project Manager at Taylor Wimpey South East, said: “Children are naturally interested in finding out how we build our new homes but it is important that they are aware of the dangers around construction sites. It was our pleasure to talk to the pupils at Sellindge Primary School and hope that our talk gave them a valuable lesson in staying safe.”


First time buyers find dream home at The Lees

First time buyers Malcolm and Diane Jones found everything they were looking for from their first home at The Lees development in Sellindge. After having rented a two bedroom property in the village for almost fifteen years, the couple moved into their three bedroom Gosford home at The Lees in February this year.

The couple originally chose to look at The Lees because of its location and were pleasantly surprised to find that they could afford the home of their dreams with help of the Government backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan* scheme. Malcolm and Diane found that they were able to buy a larger home than they had initially thought possible, with Malcolm saying: "Without the Help to Buy: Equity Loan* scheme, it would not have been possible for us to stay in our home village. It's been a huge help and we are delighted with out new house."



* Terms and Conditions Apply


Why Buy New


Home of the Week

Plot 104 – The Canford, 2 bedroom home. Reserve this plot by 17th November and you will receive £2,000 towards personalising your new home. T’s&C’s Apply.



Easymover is available here, which means you could provisionally reserve a new Taylor Wimpey home at this development - even if you haven't sold your existing property.

And that's not all. With easymover, we'll make your house move as stress free as possible. We'll liaise with your estate agent on your behalf, we'll pay their fees and we'll manage the whole house selling process - making your life so much easier! Take a look at our easymover page for more information.

Terms and conditions apply to the Easymover scheme.


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