Hall Place is the Estate’s principal house, a Victorian, Grade II listed mansion which stands proudly beside a magnificent lake and set in a former deer park, overlooking the village of Leigh.
Beside the house lies a traditional courtyard with three cottages (The Bothy, Chauffeurs Cottage and Stables Cottage) and former coach stores and stables. In addition to other ancillary buildings there are the two lodges; The Old Lodge and East Lodge.
Hall Place now requires some repair and modernisation and in doing so, it provides a purchaser with the opportunity to achieve their own requirements and style in a remarkable setting.
The park is split into three sections that surround the house, currently grazed on a short term agreement. There is also a large parcel of woodland which acts as the core for the estate shoot.
An additional 226 acres of farmland neighbouring the park and The Kennels cottage are also available.
Please contact the vendor’s agent for more information.
This property has 277.38 acres of land.
The Hall Place Estate with its Grade II* listed park rests within the Medway Valley about 5 miles west of Tonbridge.
The park is bordered to the South East by the village of Leigh. The village originally spelt and still pronounced Lyghe, is a pretty and un-spoilt parish with a village shop and post office, primary school, public house and a railway station.
The regional towns of Tonbridge, (5 miles), Royal Tunbridge Wells, (7.5 miles) or Sevenoaks, (6 miles) offer a more comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities. These towns also provide many excellent state, public and grammar schools.
Excellent transport connections serve the area. By train there are stations at Leigh and nearby Hildenborough. Hildenborough is on a direct line to London Charing Cross taking just over 40 minutes.
The estate is well placed for connections by car. The A21 Tonbridge By Pass is 4 miles away providing access north to junction 5 of the M25 or south towards Royal Tunbridge Wells, Brighton and Hastings.