East Farleigh Heights

East Farleigh, Kent

The site being roughly rectangular in shape measures appox. 0.75 ha (1.875 acres). It is currently a brownfield site occupied for car sales and maintenance. There is approx. 112.5 sqm of existing buildings to be demolished with approx. 5.338 sqm of hardstanding. The site slopes gently from South to North with all boundaries easily defined.

The site is approached via a sweeping private drive set in the heart of the countryside, on the edge of the Dean Street conservation area with stunning views across open countryside. There are many fine converted farm buildings and architecturally attractive homes along Dean Street which leads to the village centre about 1 mile distant. East Farleigh dates back beyond the Doomsday Book and boasts the 12th century St Mary’s church, historic grade 1 listed 14th century bridge and provides a primary school, Walnut Tree and Horseshoe public houses. The river Medway meanders to the North of the site providing wonderful country walks, along with the nearby Teston Bridge Country Park.

Maidstone, the County Town of Kent is approx. 3 miles distant providing excellent shopping, schooling and sporting facilities, whilst the M20 motorway is just over 5 miles providing access to London & Costal Towns.

East Farleigh train station provides local services to Maidstone, Paddock Wood, Tonbridge for onward main line services to London and Coastal Towns.

Detailed Planning Consent was granted by Maidstone Borough Council under ref: 20/506064/Full dated 28th July 2021 for the demolition of the existing vehicle workshops & the erection of 10 private dwelling houses together with 1 commercial office building, and subject to various conditions.

This most attractive scheme by the award winning local architects, Offset, is designed in the Kentish Farm Style, courtyard format to compliment the surrounding rural area. The individual homes have been sensitively designed to give a unique feel to the development with each unit complimenting the other.


Contact : Peter Randall