A guide to...Kent

Known as the Garden of England Kent is one of the greenest counties, with 4,200 miles of countryside and coastal paths, so if you are looking for an area where you can go for long walks and really be in the countryside, but also within easy reach of London, Kent might be just for you.

As well as the beautiful countryside, Kent has a thriving culture and arts scene, particularly in the larger towns like Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells. So whether you like to keep fit with walking and cycling, or would rather a nice lunch in town, Kent has something for everyone

If you have to regularly travel into London Kent has excellent road and rail links to the capital, which makes it a really popular commuter destination. If you have to go abroad frequently, Kent also has great links to a large proportion of Europe.

Tunbridge Wells

Royal Tunbridge Wells in Western Kent is a very popular historic spa town, well-known for its rich history, culture and fabulous architecture. It is a popular place to visit with the town centre boasting an abundance of independent boutique shops, pubs and restaurants. If you are looking to move to Tunbridge Wells you can expect to be looking at properties from the Georgian period onwards. The main attraction of Tunbridge Wells is the local green spaces and parks.

Tunbridge Wells Properties


Historical Sevenoaks is an affluent market town that is popular with commuters due to the half hour commute into the Capital. The area is famous for its stately home, Knole, accessed straight from the high street, and surrounded by a 1,000 acre deer park. The town centre of Sevenoaks are known for the pretty period houses, cottages, and roads of Victorian houses, but the surrounding area and villages has a great variety of traditional and more modern styles of properties.

Sevenoaks Properties