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Langton Green

Langton Green is a popular traditional Kent village situated just two miles west of Tunbridge Wells. You can enjoy village life but take advantage of everything Tunbrdige Wells has to offer by way of retail therapy, entertainment, sports, commuter links and  nearby schools.

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Chiddingstone

Chiddingstone is one of the best preserved, step back in time Tudor villages in England. The National Trust has owned all but the castle, church and school since 1939.  The village is in the Sevenoaks district on the River Eden between Tonbridge and Edenbridge.

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Penshurst

Penshurst is a picturesque medieval village nestled in the Weald of Kent countryside, due south of Sevenoaks and north west of Tunbridge Wells making it a commuter hotspot.

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Southborough

Originally Southborough, or South Frirth as it was historically known, was a large aristocratic deer park that formed part of the Lowry of Tonbridge, linked to the Tudor Boleyn family and later Elizabeth 1st favourite, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester.   

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Tunbridge Wells

A commuter hotspot offering ‘Country in the town’ living with green spaces, excellent schools and a vibrant culture all on your doorstep. Much of today’s Tunbridge Wells is attributable to Lord Dudley North’s discovery of the Chalybeate Spring in 1606, making the town a popular destination for more than 400 years.

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Hartfield

The quaint Weald village of Hartfield is on the northern edge of Ashdown Forest around 7 miles south west of Tunbridge Wells and most famous for being home to A A Milne and Winnie the Pooh. 

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Forest Row

Forest Row is a vibrant East Sussex village surrounded on three sides by Ashdown Forest, the inspiration for Winnie the Pooh’s stomping ground Hundred Acre Wood. Bordering West Sussex, Kent and Surrey the village has retained much of its rural character.

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East Grinstead

East Grinstead is an old market town on the edge of the High Weald, steeped in medieval history and character.You will find an eclectic mix of medieval, Georgian, Regency, Victorian and Edwardian houses and cottages, along with more modern architecture.

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Bidborough

Bidborough is a pretty Kentish Weald village 5 miles north of Tunbridge Wells and 3 miles south of Tonbridge, surrounded by open countryside and sprawling woodland. Its easy access to main line stations and motorways makes it an idyllic commuter hotspot.

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