Your Move Hoo Local Area Guide

How is the Hoo property market performing?

Your Move for sale

Average property price in Hoo

Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Hoo covers.
Your Move to let

Average rental price in Hoo

Last 12 months
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Hoo in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why Move to Hoo

An attractive semi rural location flanked by two rivers, The Thames and The Medway thus creating the Hoo Peninsula. The area enjoys much farmland and riverside marshes with country footpaths roaming for miles. Dotted within the peninsula are numerous villages all with their own character and history. We don't have a big shopping center or massive leisure center but we do have individual villages which make nice places to live.



Hoo is the largest of the villages offering schools for all ages, a variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and takeaways. Leisure facilities including swimming pool and gym plus Doctors and Dentist.

Chattenden former home of the Royal Engineers and gateway to the Peninsula. A residential location of varying property with two recent new developments adding to the choice.

High Halstow with ancient Church, Pre school and primary plus village shop and Post Office. Also access to the Northwood Hill RSPB Nature reserve.

The three villages which make Upper, Middle and Lower stoke. Upper also with ancient church, Middle with Micro light center and lower with Post office, shop and takeaway.

St Mary Hoo is a small hamlet on the way to Allhallows which provides a primary school, doctors, local shops and takeaways and Haven Holiday Park.

The final village is that of Grain the easternmost point of the Hoo Peninsula. A village steeped in history being where Queen Victoria would board her ships for her trips to Germany. Again providing an ancient Church, Primary school and local shops.


Transport and travel

Via the A228 access is convenient to the A2/M2 motorways giving access to London and the Kent coast. Also Mainline train station at nearby Strood and Higham, plus High speed service to London and the Continent via Ebbsfleet International Station.


The Local Market

Because of the choice of villages and their locations the market offers something for everyone from first time buyers, investors, families and down seizers. Be it an apartment, a new build, a farm house or park home we have it all. With an appetite for more people to work from home why not consider the peace and tranquility that rural living can bring and rebalancing the work-life balance.

The rental market equally is very strong due to high demand and low stock. This is not an obvious area for landlords but one they should investigate. We would be very happy to discuss any letting needs or questions.