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Waterstone Park

Image: Countryside Properties plc

Waterstone Park

Just north of Bluewater shopping centre and in the grounds of an historic castle, Waterstone Park consists of 650 new homes.

The vision

Waterstone Park is complete and currently includes homes, public space and parkland. All this alongside the renovated formal gardens of Stone Castle, a Grade II listed building just north of Bluewater.

Waterstone Park

Plots 42 and 43. Image: Countryside Properties plc

The site has a mix of houses, apartments and affordable properties, as well as seven acres of new parkland and dedicated children's play areas.

Where is it?

Waterstone Park is located to the north of Bluewater shopping centre, just off the A226 near Stone.

When is it happening?

The development has been completed and the developers are hoping for all flats and houses to be sold and occupied by 2011.


The forty foot high flint tower of Stone Castle is the only remaining part of what is thought to be a Norman keep or fortified manor house. The rest of the building dates from the 1820s.

Waterstone Park

Waterstone Park. Image: Countryside Properties plc

The numbers

  • 650 homes adjacent to Bluewater, 30% of which are affordable homes
  • 7 acres of landscaped parkland

Who's involved?

A joint venture residential development between Countryside Properties PLC and Land Securities.

Essential links

For much more detail on Waterstone Park, including planned facilities, maps, parks and transport links, click on the links below:

Or you can contact:

Waterstone Park information line: 0845 402 1778

last updated: 17/09/2009 at 15:37
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