The historic cities of Canterbury and Rochester – and the majestic castles of Leeds and Dover are but a few of the sights that await visitors to the Bond’s Kent home at Sibton Park. Tucked into the North Downs, in the heart of ‘the Garden of England’, this superb Grade II listed country house is the ideal base from which to explore the ever changing landscapes of the Garden of England: from the Romney Marsh to the High Weald; the White Cliffs to the oast houses around Tonbridge.
Sibton Park is just one of 30 glorious UK and European locations that you and your family could enjoy - rent free for life - as investors in the Holiday Property Bond.
The "How HPB works" section below explains in detail how the Bond works. To find out more about Sibton Park, the other 29 locations - and how the Holiday Property Bond could transform your holidays forever - visit www.hpb.co.uk.
The Bond’s first property in the southeast of England, Sibton Park could hardly be better situated:
though it is set in 43 acres - in the heart of the serene North Downs - it is nonetheless just four miles from the M20 and five miles from the Channel Tunnel.