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Land for Sale in Brenchley, nr Paddock Wood, Kent

Land on Pearsons Green Road, Brenchley, Tonbridge, Kent, TN12 7DH

Arable land for sale suitable for paddocks close to Paddock Wood, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, the A21, A229 and M20 motorway

Land for Sale in Brenchley, Kent

Why buy land for sale in Brenchley, Kent?

An opportunity to acquire a parcel of land as a whole or in three separate lots in Kent, “The Garden of England”. The site totals 11.82 acres and benefits from extensive road frontage to its northern boundary. Lot 2 benefits from a recently installed borehole water supply that is powered by an electric generator. There is also a drip irrigation system to 6 acres of the land across Lots 2 & 3.

The land is set against a beautiful and charming background where several old timbered homes and attractive oast houses can be found dotted around the site.

Located in the affluent village of Brenchley the site is less then 2 miles from the bustling commuter town of Paddock Wood with fast rail services to London. The infrastructure surrounding Brenchley is one of the best in Kent. The nearby A-roads link the site with Royal Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone and the M25 and M20 motorways; providing fast access to Ashford and London.

Buying land for sale in Brenchley, Kent

The land for sale in Brenchley, Kent is available freehold as a whole.

Lot 1: 3.22 acres SOLD
Lot 2: 4.30 acres SOLD
Lot 3: 4.30 acres SOLD


The site benefits from approximately 287 metres of extensive road frontage onto Pearsons Green Road. Lot 2 has it’s own access and there is an 8m easement (shown blue on the site plan) providing full vehicular access to Lots 1 & 3.

Land Prices

Pasture land values in the region are 12% higher than the England & Wales average and some of the highest in the country.

The supply of farmland to the market last year was down 16% compared to the previous year, and down 8% compared to the 10-year average. Demand for land remains robust – especially from investors looking for more than a ‘safe’ investment in uncertain times – and this together with the diminishing supply, may help strengthen land values.

RICS Rural Land Market Survey

The latest RICS Rural Land Market Survey reports that land prices increased by 12% over the past year as the growth in demand for farmland continues to outstrip that of supply.

A significant revival in ‘lifestyle’ demand for land is pushing up land prices and supporting expectations for further increases over the course of the next twelve months.

(Source: RICS Rural Market Survey H1 2014, 08 Aug 2014)

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Equestrian & Local Attractions

The beautiful rural surroundings of Brenchley and the local villages create the perfect location for equestrian activity, with several paddocks, stables and bridleways nearby.

Brenchley lies in the heart of the Weald of Kent and in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This picturesque area consists of rolling hills, fields, abundant woodland, scattered farmsteads and sunken lanes and is the largest AONB in the South East. Several walks, long distance paths and bridleways cross the High Weald.

On the outskirts of Paddock Wood sits The Hop Farm Country Park, a privately-owned country park that boasts the world’s largest collection of Oast houses.

This 400 acre Country Park is over 450 years old and hosts a number of events including the Kent County Fair.

Packed full with new features, attractions and exhibitions The Hop Farm Family Park is one of Kent’s most popular attractions.

Map & directions to the land for sale in Brenchley, Kent

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  • 1.5 miles to Brenchley
  • 1.6 miles to Paddock Wood
  • 4.6 miles to Pembury
  • 5.4 miles to East Peckham
  • 5.7 miles to Staplehurst
  • 6.5 miles to Tonbridge
  • 7.2 miles to Royal Tunbridge Wells
  • 8.4 miles to Maidstone
  • 12.1 miles to Sevenoaks

Brenchley is an affluent village and civil parish in the Borough of Tunbridge Wells. It homes several local amenities and has a good community spirit.

Just 1.6 miles from the site lies Paddock Wood; a town well renowned as the centre for hop growing. The town has much to offer including an interesting variety of shops, clubs, good schools and leisure facilities.

Paddock Wood is also a commuter town with much of its population travelling daily by train to the City of London to work.

Being so close to Paddock Wood train station connects the site with quick and easy access to the larger towns of Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Maidstone in less than half an hour and London Charing Cross in just 47 minutes.

The station also serves regular trains to Ashford International in just 22 mins, offering high speed travel to Europe’s top cities such as Paris and Brussels as well as Disneyland Paris.

The nearby market town of Tonbridge has many attractions, most of which are based around the River Medway that runs through it.

Royal Tunbridge Wells is easily reached by road or rail and is the main shopping centre in the area where you can find the historic Pantiles and the award winning Royal Victoria Place Shopping centre. Tunbridge Wells also enjoys a vibrant nightlife with a several bars, clubs and restaurants located in the town centre.

These amenities benefit the borough with a healthy economy and high employment. Low crime rates, good educational attainment, and one of the highest quality environments in Britain has led to the town being voted the third best place to live by a Channel 4 television show.

Further leisure and shopping amenities can be found in the nearby county town of Maidstone, which is ranked in the top five shopping centres in the region and has more than one million square feet of retail floor space, including the new Fremlin Walk.

The site is sandwiched by the major trunk roads of the A21 and A229. The A21 connects London and various commuter towns to the south coast and the M25. The A229 runs through Kent and links the site with Maidstone and the M20, which provides a link to the Channel Tunnel and the ports of Dover.

London Charing Cross offers further transport links throughout the city with connecting rail services to Waterloo and London Bridge and is served by two London Underground stations on four major tube lines.

Travel & Transport Links

  • 1.6 miles to Paddock Wood Train Station *
  • 3.8 miles to the A21
  • 4.8 miles to the A229
  • 9.3 miles to Junction 5 of the M20
  • 14.7 miles to Junction 5 of the M25
  • 25.2 miles to London Gatwick Airport

* 7 mins to Tonbridge; 19 mins to Sevenoaks; 22 mins to Maidstone; 22 mins to Ashford International; 47 mins London Charing Cross


The land is designated within the Greenbelt and any development would be subject to planning permission.

Local Authority

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
Town Hall
Royal Tunbridge Wells
Kent County Council
County Hall
ME14 1XQ

Method of Sale

The land is for sale freehold by private treaty and sold with vacant possession.

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