Why buy new? It’s all in the details.
Hawker23 offers a rare opportunity for those seeking an idyllic way of life without compromising on the luxury of contemporary London living, Hawker23 offers a quality finish to be proud of.
Whether you’re a first time buyer or down sizing this is a development that stands out. Each of the scheme’s 23 apartments have been meticulously crafted by industry professionals to provide the latest in contemporary comfort and built with a lifestyle in mind. Each with ample open space for entertaining guests, friends and family.
With grand artistic feature walls throughout the entrance halls and the apartments glistening high specification kitchens and bathrooms, this truly brings London lifestyle to the quaint Kent coast.
Set in the picturesque East Kent village of Hawkinge and only a short walk from local shops and local pub, it comprises of 14 exceptional one-bedroom apartments and 9 high-standard two-bedroom properties each with allocated parking spaces.
The site is arranged over three blocks, with the contemporary industrial styling of a London conversion, set against the country backdrop. Experience the best of both worlds at Hawker23.
Built with you in mind.
This is a development built with you in mind. What becomes instantly clear is how we have focussed on finding beautiful and contemporary interior inspirations from all over the world.
Throughout the apartments this same standard of stylish sophistication is maintained, blending the modern with the classic in a unique yet tasteful way.
All of the apartments have been meticulously designed to capture the very best of modern, comfortable living, developed to the highest specification. Each bedroom hosts a large feature wall and is the perfect location whether it be relaxing with a book, or working from a laptop.
The externals benefit from landscaped communal gardens that reinforce the feel of community life in a stunning location.
Thriving with historic charm.
For more than 1,000 years Kent’s position as the closest point to the continent has left a legacy of historic fortifications designed to protect the country from foreign attacks. Kent’s coastline hosts some of the country’s finest castles and sea defences which tell their own story of Britain’s heritage.
Dover Castle is regarded as one of the most important and complete Norman fortresses in Britain, while its counterpart in Rochester still offers visitors the chance to gaze out over the mouth of the River Medway. Chatham’s Historic Dockyard is another must-see attraction oozing with naval antiquities dating back to the days of Henry VIII.
Picturesque Lees Coastal Park in nearby Folkestone is popular with visitors and has a range of attractions for all members of the family. Perhaps the most exciting way of viewing all of the attractions Kent has to offer is from the air and what better way than from the cockpit of the iconic Spitfire or Hawker Hurricane. Regular once-in-a-lifetime flights retracing the dog fights of the Battle of Britain above Kent are available from Headcorn Aerodrome.
A local hive, for creativity, food & culture.
Folkestone’s renovated Harbour Arm has become the go-to destination all year round. Home to an incredibly vast array of unique stalls and archway units offering delicious street food including home-made burgers, Dutch Pancakes, fresh locally caught fish, Indian and eastern dishes, hand stretched pizzas and many more.
The Harbour Arm also boasts an on-site brewery and bakery, alongside supporting a huge number of growing local breweries and quality wines. The Harbour Arm has quickly received commendation for being an incredibly successful hive for food, drink and events such as live music and bands, inspiring the arts and creative scene throughout Folkestone and across Kent.
After exploring the Harbour Arm, take a trip up the winding, rustic cobbled high-street of Folkestone, dive into small craft shops or vintage clothing stores and experience Folkestone’s exciting culture by day or by night.
If it’s a fine dining experience you are looking for, the Rocksalt Restaurant positioned at a height overlooking the harbour is the perfect location. Serving fresh seasonal ingredients, all locally sourced and also allowing you to take in the breathtaking scenery with a patio area and large panoramic glass windows.
Canterbury, the heart of Kentish luxury charm.
Just a short drive away (15 miles) you can experience Canterbury’s incredible charm, history and shopping opportunities. Whether you are following in the footsteps of Chaucer or visiting the spot where Archbishop Thomas Becket was murdered 900 years ago, the historic city is perfect for finding your own Canterbury tales. Peppered with crooked wood framed homes and narrow cobbled streets that attract thousands of tourists from around the world.
Cave Hotels and their Firepit restaurant have become a landmark staple for Canterbury and surrounding areas. Offering an eclectic mix of world fusion cuisine, dark ambient atmosphere and incredible cocktails. Boasting a large golf course and luxury overnight stays with gym and spa areas.
Canterbury is also a hot-spot for shoppers with an exciting mix of modern high street names and small bespoke traders guaranteeing the perfect backdrop for those in need of retail therapy. The city is also home to the famous cricket ground where some of the world’s best players can be seen plying their trade. The county ground is not just for sport lovers, with the arena playing host to rock and pop concerts throughout the year.
Canterbury is a bustling, exciting city with its own unique vibe and just a short journey from Hawkinge it offers everything for those looking to work, rest and play.
Mayfly Folkestone Pub
Battle of Britain Museum
White Horse Pub, Denton
Folkestone Central Station
Royal Victoria Hospital, Folkestone
Ashford Designer Outlet
Ashford Intl - Ebbsfleet Intl.
Ashford Intl - London St Pancras
Ashford Intl - Westfields (Stratford Intl)
Royal Tunbridge Wells