Savills | Hoath House, Chiddingstone Hoath, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 7DB | Properties to rent
4,170 sq ft(387.41 sq m)
Guide price £3,200
Monthly + Fees apply

Hoath HouseChiddingstone Hoath, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 7DB

  • New
  • Furnished / unfurnished

Key features

  • Part of an historic property
  • Charming and characterful
  • Period features throughout
  • Lovely front gardens
  • Desirable off street parking
  • Council Tax Band = H

This east wing of a Grade II Tudor country home is nestled within the historical hamlet of Chiddingstone Hoath.

About this property

    Forming part of Hoath House, a Tudor farmhouse which was originally part of the Chiddingstone Estate. Initially a Tudor Hall House, the East Wing has been refurbished to create a beautiful family home with many of the original features retained.

    Opening into an spacious entrance hall the adjoining dining room features an Inglenook fireplace and beamed ceiling whilst the formal drawing room offers similar character.

    The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of cupboards and countertops with a large walk-in larder and space for a family breakfast table.

    An internal hallway leads through to the family/games room with double doors to the rear of the property. The ground floor also offers a separate utility room, guest cloakroom and multiple storages cupboards.

    On the first floor are four generously sized bedrooms of which one benefits from an en suite shower room. The large landing provides access to the very spacious family bathroom whilst the opposing landing gives access to an additional shower room.

    Two separate staircases lead to three additional attic bedrooms and a further bathroom.

    Externally there is a delightful mature garden to the front of the property which is well planted and bordered with shrubs to provide a degree of privacy. To the rear is a patio area and desirable off street parking.

Local information

  • The property is close to the delightful hamlet of Chiddingstone Hoath, with its charming country pub and the historic National Trust village of Chiddingstone, home to Chiddingstone Castle.
  • Comprehensive Shopping: Sevenoaks 9.5 miles, Edenbridge 6.5 miles, Royal Tunbridge Wells 8 miles, Bluewater Shopping Centre.
  • Rail Services: Cowden Station (1.5 miles) to London Bridge and London Victoria. Fast mainline services to London Charing Cross/Cannon Street from Sevenoaks and Hildenborough stations. Other services to London Bridge/Victoria from Edenbridge.
  • Schools: Kent provides one of the most sought after education systems in the country and maintains the Grammar School system, (11 Plus entry exam). There is a broad mix of State and private at every level from pre-school to further education. Contact Kent County Council for further details:- 01622 696565 (
  • Road Links: The A21, M25 (Junction 5), M23 and M20 are very easily accessible from Sevenoaks as are Gatwick, London City and Heathrow airports and the Channel Tunnel.
  • Leisure Facilities: There is something for everyone in and around the local area. Clubs and activities cater for most needs. For more leisurely pursuits, there are cinemas, theatres, country walks and places of historical interest. London and all the Capital has to offer is 30 miles away. The South East coastal resorts are approximately an hour's drive away. Golf at Hever, Holtye and Nizels. Riding with the West Kent Hunt.

Additional information

  • Directions: From our offices turn left along the High Street and proceed out of Sevenoaks in the direction of the A21 bearing left at the Weald/Sevenoaks/Hildenborough roundabout onto the B245. Proceed for approximately 1 3/4 miles and turn right onto the B2027 signposted Leigh and Penshurst. Continue past Hildenborough station and turn right at the T junction towards Leigh. Continue through Leigh passing The Green on your left. Upon leaving Leigh you will come to a fork signposted for Penshurst which connects to the B2176. Head into Penshurst and turn right onto the B2188 at the T junction. Follow the road and take the first right onto Grove Road. Continue on Grove Road then turn right at the T junction. Continue past the junction with Oakenden Lane and the entrance to Hoath House will be found on the left hand side after another half a mile.
  • EPC Rating = E