Medway real estate guide & listings for sale
The character of Medway is exemplified by its calm ambience. This part of London is very good for those who enjoy a quiet atmosphere, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamour. Lastly, there are approximately 20 green spaces nearby for residents to relax in, like Norwest Optimist Park and Medway Valley Heritage Forest, and they are very well-located, which makes them easy to access.
Driving is a reasonably good medium of transportation in Medway. Parking is quite easy. However, public transit users may experience limited options in Medway due to the infrequent service. Nonetheless, the neighbourhood is connected by a few bus lines, and it is very convenient to find a nearby bus stop from most properties. It is sometimes challenging for pedestrians to move around in Medway as carrying out daily needs is at times difficult.
Roughly 45% of homes in Medway were constructed in the 1960s and 1970s, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1980s and the 1990s. In this area, about 55% of dwellings are single detached homes, and the remaining properties are mainly townhouses. Homeowners occupy about 70% of the units in Medway while the rest are rented. This neighbourhood also has quite a good selection of housing size options - there is a higher proportion of three bedroom homes in this neighbourhood.
It is typically possible for house buyers in Medway to buy groceries on foot. Residents benefit from approximately 40 restaurants and coffee shops as well. As far as education is concerned, in Medway, families will usually be able to access primary schools on foot. In contrast, high schools are not particularly abundant and accordingly tend to require an extended walk to get to.