Here at the Swanley branch we feel privileged to be looking after such a fantastically diverse area! We have Swanley town, an explorers paradise with its excellent transport links, just 15 miles Southeast of Central London and within close proximity to the M25, M20, A20 and A2. Whether you need to get the train into London (Swanley station gets you into London Victoria is less than half an hour). Whether you fancy a day by the seaside (drive from Swanley to Whitsable) or you feel the need for some retail therapy (bus from Swanley to Bluewater), Swanley has the links to get you there! If you're looking for a quieter, slower pace, we also have the pleasure of looking after Swanley's rural surroundings including Crockenhill, West Kingsdown, Eynsford, Farningham and Hextable.
The hump-back bridge alongside the ford through the river Darent, the grandiose Lullingstone Castle with its award winning gardens and the historic Lullingstone Roman Villa thought to date back to 82 AD. Eynsford and Farningham's larger neighbour, West Kingsdown, is almost completely surrounded by woodland, shielding it from the sounds and excitement of the nearby Brands Hatch Circuit offers a mix of semi-rural village life and rural unadopted roads alike. Crockenhill is a beautiful little gem surrounded by green open fields and patches of woodland, built on a history of pottery and tile production due to it's heavy clay soil with evidence today in roads such a Tyler's Green and the nearby Tile Kilns Wood. Today's thriving village has a strong sense of community and identity, fiercely protected by the locals. On the opposite side of Swanely you can find Hextable, surrounded by nurseries, garden centres and small farms. Hextable is built around the village green rather than the usual ale house as it's possibly the only village in England without a pub! But don't worry you don't have to go too far to find one and there's certainly no lack of other amenities, all in all a great village for families.
The property market in Swanley is alive and kicking with high demand for properties in Swanley proper as well as the larger family homes in our surrounding villages. Swanley attracts residents from first time buyers, investors, families to commuters.
New Barn Park with its miniature steam train, boating lake, splash pool, cafe, open green spaces covering 60 acres of space, a classical music and firework event is held every year. Crispian St Peters singer and guitarist born and raised in Swanley. Alan Knott Kent and England Cricketer spent his childhood growing up in Swanley.
Swanley has properties ranging from a one bedroom flat to a larger detached house. Typically a flat in Swanley can be bought for £200,000, a three bedroom terrace will cost in the region of £300,000 with the larger detached homes achieving approximately £520,000. Swanley is a fantastic buy to let area with high demand. The average three bedroom house will achieve in the region of £1300 per calendar month. Swanley has numerous shopping and eateries, there is a market and bootfair held every week. Asda, Boots, Aldi, Costa Coffee, Subway are among just a few of local amenities.
Swanley has Whiteoak Leisure Centre which has a swimming pool incorporating flumes for the more adventurous! There is an indoor bowls club also.
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