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A Rolling Stone Will Gather No Moss At Trinity Fields

Crest Nicholson South East highlighted that Dartford is home to arguably the world's greatest and most controversial Rock band of all time, The Rolling Stones. Childhood friends Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, who were both born and raised in the area, originally formed the band in 1960 and remain its front men to this day. Dartford is extremely proud of its rock heritage and The Mick Jagger Centre, founded in 2000 is now providing a new music venue to that area dedicated to nuturing and hosting musical talent. Located just round the corner from the centre, Crest Nicholson South East has unveiled a tribute to the great Rolling Stones, a show apartment in their honour at 'Trinity Fields', an exclusive development of 99 two bedroom apartments and two and three bedroom houses.

The show apartment has been uniquely interior designed and dressed utilising Rolling Stones prints, memorabilia and retro 1960's style furniture recreating a stylish rock-and-roll atmosphere. The open plan living and kitchen is finished with stylish hints of red and turquoise and double height windows flood the room with natural light. The dining room boasts a sixties futuristic style perspec dining table and chairs for the ultimate in retro dining. The wall of the main hallway is punctuated with a number of images of the Rolling Stones early tours and canvases of the famous forty licks tongue, whilst the amster bedroom boasts an iconic Andy Warhol indicative, synonymous with this revolutionary era.

Along with the Rolling Stones apartment Crest Nicholson has also released two further show homes at Trinity Fields, a two bedroom Sandown house and a three bedroom Kenley house.

The Sandown property enjoys a large living and dining area with double French doors leading into a decked garden area. As well as a separate kitchen, the property also benefits from extensive storage space both under the stairs and in the linen closet. The interior design provides an encompassing, more mature feel that utilises the light and airy feel in the house with soft colours such as creams and light browns.

The Kenley show home enjoys a captivating, expansive lounge with French doors and adjacent windows that flood the property with natural light. The large kitchen and dining room spans the width of the proeprty and also boasts three double windows. The master bedroom comes complete with integrated wardrobes, an ensuite shower room and storage cupboards are again a feature of the house. The interior design encapsulates rural, country houses with soft colours blended affectionately with period styled furniture.

All the houses at Trinity Fields echo the local architectural vernacular and come in a range of distinct styles that incoporate front and rear gardens and parking. The interiors of the houses expertly combine flexible living in smart, contemporary spaces with up to date designer fittings to the bathroom and kitchens.

Trinity Fields is situated within walking distance of Dartford town centre which has a range of shopping facilities including two purpose built shopping centres, the Priory and the Orchards, as well as two vibrant weekly markets. In addition to numerous quality restaurants, cafes and bars, the town also boasts the Orchard, a multi-purpose theatre complex, one of the premier touring theatre in the southeast. The theatre hosts a number of plays, films, operas and ballets throughout the year.

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