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Church Road (St Johns Lane to New Ash Green)

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Because Church Road is so long, the profile of the road has been split in two, see Church Road - Ash Road to St Johns Lane for the urban part of Church Road.

Church Road runs for 1.6 miles through much of the length of Hartley.   It is the ancient highway that took travellers up to the ancient All Saints' Church and Hartley Court, the old manor house of Hartley. This article deals   with what can be characterised as the "rural" part of the road, running from St John's Lane to New Ash Green.  

Hartley Court, Church Road
Hartley-Kent: Hartley Court, Church Road
There is some query as to whether   the road has always been called Church Road, as late as 1922 the district council were referring to the road as "Stocks Road", and the   developers of the Payne and Trapps estate simply called it "Main Road".   It is probable that like Castle Hill, the road had a number of   unofficial names until Church Road was finally settled upon.  Before the war the houses between Hartley Hill and the end of the road were said to be part of Hartley Hill, but after the war Church Road gradually took over.

Increasing urbanisation of the road after the first World War led to more traffic.  In 1927-1929 the macadam surface was tarredfor the first   time.  Shortly after in 1930 Kent County Council applied for and got restrictions on which vehicles could use the road under the Roads Act 1920.  Three years later road direction signs were added at the South End and Hartley Hill junctions.  Work was done to   mitigate the blind corners in 1933 but even so the council objected   (unsuccessfully) in 1934 to the bus service going along Church Road, on the grounds that "Church Road, Hartley, was a narrow carriageway throughout, with many  sharp   bends, and that the service would be a danger to pedestrians and  other   traffic."  

In 1962 Kent County Council decided to widen the road from the Ash Road   junction to Stocks Hill and started acquiring the land to do so.  It   would be 10 years before the works were completed though.  The Parish   Council objected to the plans in 1966 because they claimed the widening   proposed would spoil the rural aspect of Church Road. Nevertheless   works began in 1968.
Stocks Farm, Church Road
Hartley-Kent: Stocks Farm, Church RoadMost of this section of the road is subject only to the national speed limit of 60mph.  The irony being that the change from 30mph happens at the top of Stocks Hill, just as the road narrows.  Originally Church Road was just subject to the national speed limit.  Dartford RDC recommended a 30mph speed limit in 1935, but it was not until 1974 that this became a reality between Ash Road and Ardgowan/The Oakdene (London Gazette 1.2.1974).

As might be expected, a long stretch of road such as this cuts across a number of Hartley's ancient farms.  In 1700 there were 8 buildings here, from north to south - Brickend, Stocks Farm, the original Rectory where Parsonage Cottages are today, All Saints' Church, Hartley Court, Hartley Hill Cottage, Goodwins Cottage, Whiffins Cottage and New House Farm. By 1900 the only ones added were the two New Hayes Cottages, for farm workers at New House Farm.  Like much of Hartley, many more houses were built following the acquisition of Hartley Court and Hartley Manor by Small Owners Limited in 1912.  As a result the predominant form of housing here is bungalows with large gardens.  All of this part of Church Road is now in the green belt, which has acted as a brake on development (with the exception of New Ash Green which was allowed when the green belt was only proposed).  It has prevented plans for residential development at Hartley Court in 1960, 1961, 1964, 1965 and 1966 for example.

Parsonage Cottages, Church Road
Hartley-Kent: Stocks Farm, Church Road

Statistics about the road
SubjectDetails
Length of Road1.6 miles (2,625m)
KCC Reference
Part of U1118 (Unclassified single carriageway - adopted)
Area114.7 acres / 46.4 hectares
Measured using DEFRA Magic Map - large gardens and road surface included, not Church, farmland, woodland, Manor Field
HousesDetached house - 31
Detached bungalow - 34
Detached chalet bungalow - 15
Converted outbuilding - 3
Semi-detached house - 4
Mobile Home - 1

Total - 88
Housing Density0.8 houses per acre / 1.9 houses per hectare
Population (2011)197
Energy Consumption (2015)Electrdicity only - 7,497 KWH per year per household
(this road does not have mains gas, so electricity consumption is much higher than other parts of Hartley that do).
Information about the houses

Explanation:

Date of Construction is sometimes approximate. Plot histories include the ancient farms and fields.
(1)  Planning Permissions include the reference number, so more details can  be seen at Sevenoaks Council. My records are not complete and I have not  included refused or withdrawn applications.
(2) Rateable value - Sevenoaks Council has the rating registers for 1956, 1963 and 1972.  The rateable value is what the annual rental value of the property was thought to be.  For some reason the 1956 valuation contained what was thought to be the annual rental value in 1939.
(3)  Council tax is based on what the Valuation Office thought the property  would have sold for in 1993. It is divided into 8 value bands.
(4) House price data 1995 to date produced by Land Registry © Crown copyright 2016. To report an error, go to Change a sales record form.

I  have tried to make sure the information is accurate, but no  responsibility can be taken for any errors. If you plan to rely on the  information, you should check the source data to be sure. If you spot an  error, please let me know via the contact form.

East Side

Hartley-Kent: Cranbrook, Bedale and Weybourne, Church Road
Cranbrook, Bedale and Weybourne, Church Road

Hartley-Kent: Barncroft, an early Small Owners house
Barncroft, an early Small Owners house

Hartley-Kent: Plum Castle and Cobweb Corner, Church Road
Plum Castle and Cobweb Corner, Church Road



Bests Cottages (demolished) Church Road DA3 8DW

Building History


1858  First Built

1903  Building demolished by order of Dartford Rural District Council

Rates and Council Tax

Sales and Rents

Site History

0.1  



Orchard Lea Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached house

Building History

1951  First Built

2006  Building demolished

1950  Planning App Granted: Erect bungalow (50/41)
1963  Planning App N/A: Erect dwelling house on land adjoining (63/669)
2004  Planning App Refused: Demolish and replace with 2 detached dwellings (04/1275)
2004  Planning App Withdrawn: Demolish and replace with 2 houses (04/3077)
2005  Planning App Withdrawn: Replacement House (05/2334)
2006  Planning App Granted: Replacement dwelling (06/57)
2006  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 2 (external surface materials) of planning application SE/06/00057/FUL (06/2678)
2007  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 10 (levels) of Planning Permission SE/06/00057/FUL (07/53)
2007  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to Conditions 3, 4 and 5 of planning application SE/06/00057. (07/1127)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £43

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £130

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £317

2008  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  Formerly Band E (1993-2006)

Sales and Rents

1951  Sale Price: £1450 (3 Apr 1951)  Mortgage valuation  

2004  Sale Price: £312000 (5 May 2004)    Annual percentage change since 1951: +11%

2005  Sale Price: £299500 (21 Nov 2005)    Annual percentage change since 2004: -3%

Site History

1624  Part of half acre field called Pightell or The Strake, belonging to Middle Farm

1918  Part of Cedars, Manor Drive smallholding, bought from Small Owners Limited by Charles William Taylor



Briar Rose Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached chalet bungalow

Building History

1992  First Built

1968  Planning App Refused: Erect dwelling house on land adjoining Orchard Lea (68/488)
1973  Planning App Refused: Erect detached dwelling on land adjoining Orchard Lea (73/Meeting Sep 73)
1979  Planning App Refused: ERECTION OF ONE DETACHED DWELLING WITH GARAGES AND CONSTRUCTION OF CESSPOOL  (79/881)
1985  Planning App Refused:  RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF APPROXIMATELY 3 HA. OF LAND  (85/478)
1985  Planning App Refused: Erect dwelling and garage on land adjoining (85/1309)
1991  Planning App Granted: Erection of detached dwelling (Outline)  (91/1957)
1992  Planning App Granted:  Details of detached bungalow and double garage pursuant toSE/91/1957  (92/305)
1992  Planning App Granted: Removal of condition 4 (to allow increased floor space)and variation of condition 8 of planning permissionSE/91/1957 (to allow for provision of first floor) andrevised details of dwelling  (92/945)

Rates and Council Tax

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2000  Sale Price: £309000 (29 Jun 2000)    

Site History

1624  Part of half acre field called Pightell or The Strake, belonging to Middle Farm

1918  Part of Cedars, Manor Drive smallholding, bought from Small Owners Limited by Charles William Taylor

1937  Planning App Granted: Proposed rectory (37/Meeting 1937-06-01)
1947  Planning App Granted: Pair of semi-detached bungalows and house (47/4179)


Brickend Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached house

Building History

1600  First Built

1969  Planning App Granted: Alterations to form living room, bedroom, bathroom, study (69/193)
1970  Planning App Granted: Car port and vehicular access (70/455)
1971  Planning App Refused: Use of rooms for childminding (16 children) (71/54)
1971  Planning App Refused: Erect dwelling north of (71/597)
1985  Planning App Refused:  RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF APPROXIMATELY 3 HA. OF LAND  (85/478)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £50

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £140

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £598

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1997  Sale Price: £350000 (23 Oct 1997)  Advertised Price (Sevenoaks Chronicle)  

Site History

1600  Smallholding in its own right

1919  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Alfred Neill or Constance Coetze



The Beeches Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached bungalow

Building History

1921  First Built

1999  Planning App Granted: Extension to provide hall, cloakroom, & bedroom (99/2027)
2005  Planning App Granted: Replace metal roof of outbuilding with pitched tiled roof (05/978)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £38

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £105

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £264

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

1995  Sale Price: £122000 (26 Jun 1995)    

1999  Sale Price: £145000 (15 Jan 1999)    Annual percentage change since 1995: +5%

Site History

1392  Part of Northfield, belonging to Hartley Court estate

1914  Part of plot in Manor Drive bought from Small Owners Limited by Percy Harris



The Garth Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached House (3 bed)

Building History

1970  First Built

1995  Rebuilding

1967  Planning App Granted: Demolish ex-buildings, erect detached house and garage (67/545)
1967  Planning App Granted: (1968) Details of bungalow, site of Stocks Farm (67/545.1)
1995  Planning App Granted: Replacement 3 bed detached dwelling (95/947)
1996  Planning App Granted: Details of facing materials pursuant to condition 2 of permission SE/95/0947.  (96/1131)
1996  Planning App Granted: Details of landscaping pursuant to condition 3 of permission SE/95/0947  (96/1374)
2008  Planning App Refused: First floor front extension (08/2752)

Rates and Council Tax

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £275

1993  Council Tax: E (£88-120K)  

2013  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2007  Sale Price: £580000 (31 Jan 2007)    

Site History

1798  Part of 6 acre field called Barnfield (formerly Five Acre Field), belonging to Stocks Farm

1915  (other part) Part of Barncroft smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by John Pentland

1915  (part bordering on Church Road) Part of Stocks Farm smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by William Lockwood



Cranbrook Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached House

Building History

1961  First Built

2001  Planning App Granted: Demolition of garage and alterations and extensions to existing dwelling.  (01/211)
2002  Planning App Granted: Amendment to 01/21 (02/444)

Rates and Council Tax

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £175

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £448

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Formerly Band G (1993)

Sales and Rents

2000  Sale Price: £267000 (21 Feb 2000)    

Site History

1798  Part of 6 acre field called Barnfield (formerly Five Acre Field), belonging to Stocks Farm

1915  Part of Barncroft smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by John Pentland



Bedale Church Road DA3 8DT

Semi-detached house (3 bed)

Building History

1939  First Built

1981  Planning App Refused: TWO STOREY EXTENSION TO DWELLING INCORPORATING A DOUBLE GARAGE  (81/957)
1982  Planning App Granted: Conservatory To Dwelling  (82/1217)
1983  Planning App Granted: EXTENSION TO DWELLING  (83/712)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £44

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £128

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £294

1993  Council Tax: E (£88-120K)  Formerly Band F (1993)

Sales and Rents

2007  Sale Price: £362000 (31 Aug 2007)    

Site History

1798  Part of 6 acre field called Barnfield (formerly Five Acre Field), belonging to Stocks Farm

1915  Part of Barncroft smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by John Pentland



Weybourne Church Road DA3 8DT

Semi-detached house

Former Name(s): Chilton (to 1945)

Building History

1939  First Built

1970  Planning App Refused: Car port (70/408)
1987  Planning App Granted: Extension and replacement garage (87/403)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £44

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £128

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £284

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1633  (a) Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field); also (b) Part of 6 acre field called Barnfield (formerly Five Acre Field), belonging to Stocks Farm

1915  Part of Barncroft smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by John Pentland



Greenacres Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached House

Building History

1949  First Built

1949  Planning App Granted: Erect outhouse (49/64)
1975  Planning App Granted: Single storey lounge and kitchen extension at rear (75/606)
1976  Planning App Granted: Construction Of Dormer Window At Front Rear And Side Of Dwelling  (76/691)
1998  Planning App Granted: Demolition of store/workshop and erection of garage, kitchen and first floor granny annexe (bed sitting room and en-suite) together with bathroom. Amended plans received 16.3.99.  (98/2288)
2004  Planning App Granted: Details of materials pursuant to condition 2 of SE/03/02289/FUL  (04/1183)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £50

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £136

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £305

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1998  Sale Price: £265000 (26 Mar 1998)    

2000  Sale Price: £340000 (13 Oct 2000)    Annual percentage change since 1998: +10%

Site History

1633  (a) Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field); also (b) Part of 6 acre field called Barnfield (formerly Five Acre Field), belonging to Stocks Farm

1915  Part of Barncroft smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by John Pentland



Barncroft Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached house (3 bed)

Building History

1917  First Built

1972  Planning App Granted: Erection of 2 storey lounge and bedroom extension at rear  (72/741)
"2021  Planning App Refused: New  single  storey  extension  to  rear  with  green
roof. New pitched roof to rear. Alterations to fenestration. Replacement of the clay  roof  tiles  with  slate  tiles.  New  patio  area.  Re-alignment  of  the  middle window on the main elevation first floor (21/662)"
2021  Planning App Refused: Proposed single storey rear extension, new pitched roof to existing first floor rear extension with gable glazing to rear elevation. Re-alignment of the centre window to the main elevation at first floor. (21/2036)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £42

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £120

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £261

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

1950  Sale Price: £2400 (4 Oct 1950)  Surveyor's valuation  

Site History

1633  (a) Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field); also (b) Part of 6 acre field called Barnfield (formerly Five Acre Field), belonging to Stocks Farm

1915  Part of Barncroft smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by John Pentland



Delaine Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow

Former Name(s): Delaine (to 1964)

Building History

1949  First Built

1955  Planning App Granted: Garage and vehicular access (55/436)
1973  Planning App Granted: Extension at Rear (73/Meeting Jun 73)
2006  Planning App Refused: Rear conservatory (06/1737)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £46

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £138

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £323

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1633  Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field)

1914  Part of The Knoll smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by George Henry McDannell



Claremont Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow (3 bed)

Building History

1945  First Built.  Date of architect's plan by Gerald E Burgess in Kent Archives (CKS U2724 B3/355)

1947  Planning App Granted: Brick store (47/4208)
1949  Planning App Granted: Erect greenhouse (49/83)
1950  Planning App Granted: Raising of roof of existing workshop & timber store (50/233)
1965  Planning App Granted: New front porch (65/613)
1987  Planning App Granted: Extension (87/1197)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £68

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £195

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £445

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1633  Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field)

1914  Part of The Knoll smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by George Henry McDannell



Greensleeves Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow

Former Name(s): Greensleeves (to 1952)

Building History

1945  First Built.  Original Name: River View

1983  Planning App Granted: EXTENSIONS TO DWELLING INCORPORATING GARAGE AND PORCH  (83/490)
1995  Planning App Granted: Loft conversion incorporating an extended pitched roof  (95/725)
2022  Planning App Granted: Prior notification of a single storey rear extension which extends 8 m beyond the rear wall of the original dwelling house with a maximum height of 3.87 m and eaves height of 0.65 m.  (22/1240)
2022  Planning App Granted: Outbuilding to rear containing a gym and a garden room (22/3564)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £52

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £150

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £336

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1633  Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field)

1914  Part of The Knoll smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by George Henry McDannell



Tilehurst Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow (5 bed)

Former Name(s): Stanstead (to 1940); Donley (1940-1953)

Building History

1939  First Built

1953  Rebuilding

1949  Planning App Granted: Erect lean to conservatory (49/401)
1949  Planning App Granted: Erect lean to conservatory (49/401)
1976  Planning App Granted: Rear Extension To Dwelling  (76/862)
2006  Planning App Refused: Loft conversion (06/1784)
2006  Planning App Granted: Loft conversion (06/2539)
2009  Planning App Granted: Loft conversion, roof lights, chimney (09/2351)
2010  Planning App Refused: Front porch (10/184)
2010  Planning App Granted: Rear dormer (10/184)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £51

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £148

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £329

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

1953  Sale Price: £2600 (18 May 1953)    

2006  Sale Price: £325000 (23 Feb 2006)    Annual percentage change since 1953: +10%

Site History

1633  Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field)

1914  Part of The Knoll smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by George Henry McDannell



Flora Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow (3 bed)

Former Name(s): Erceldoune (to 1990)

Building History

1939  First Built

1993  Planning App Granted: Proposed conservatory.  (93/1434)
2020  Planning App Withdrawn: Erection of a first floor rear extension, roof alterations to form gable ends to sides & front, insertion of rooflights  (20/2826)
2021  Planning App Granted: Proposed demolition of side conservatory and alterations to ground floor. Proposed raising of wall plate, roof alterations and attic conversion.  (21/2087)
2022  Planning App Withdrawn: Proposed demolition of side conservatory and alterations to ground floor plan. Proposed raising of wall plate, roof alterations and attic conversion to form 4 bedrooms and shower room. (22/822)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £51

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £148

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £329

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

1939  Sale Price: £500 (4 Jul 1939)    

2017  Sale Price: £565000 (10 Nov 2017)    Annual percentage change since 1939: +9%

Site History

1633  Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field)

1914  Part of The Knoll smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by George Henry McDannell



The Knoll Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow (4 bed)

Building History

1922  First Built

1922  Planning App Granted: Timber framed bungalow (22/Meeting 1922-05-23)
1951  Planning App Refused: Siting of caravan at the rear of  (51/48)
1951  Planning App Refused: Operate car hire service (51/97)
2016  Planning App Granted: Demolition of existing garage and shed and replacement with a single storey side extension (16/51)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £48

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £140

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £407

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  Flagged for review on sale

Sales and Rents

2014  Sale Price: £500000 (12 May 2014)    

Site History

1633  Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field)

1914  Part of The Knoll smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by George Henry McDannell



The Paddock Church Road DA3 8DT

Converted outbuilding

Building History

0  First Built.  Constructed as agricultural building for horticulture business

2019  First Built.  Converted to house

Rates and Council Tax

2019  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1633  Part of two fields making 20 acres called Upper Horse Lease and Lower Horse Lease, belonging to Hartley Manor (by 1844 they had been absorbed into a 59 acre field called Home Field)

1914  Part of The Knoll smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by George Henry McDannell



Park House Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached house (4 bed; 3 bed prior to 2011)

Former Name(s): Parsonage Orchard (to 2011)

Building History

1916  First Built

2011  Rebuilding

1945  Planning App Granted: Alterations to timber bungalow (45/3569)
1946  Planning App Granted: Addition to timber bungalow (46/3569)
1965  Planning App Granted: Replacement dwelling (65/598)
1965  Planning App Granted: (1966) Details v 65/598 (65/598.1)
1983  Planning App Granted: Convert internal garage to living accommodation; erect double garage (83/139)
1988  Planning App Granted: First Floor extenison (88/1662)
1989  Planning App Granted: Extension at first floor level to bedroom (Revision toapproval ref SE/88/1662). Amended plans received 23 NOV 89  (89/1467)
2010  Planning App Refused: Retention of use as nursery (10/3238)
2011  Planning App Withdrawn: Demolish existing extension and replace with new (11/86)
2011  Planning App Granted: Demolish garage and rear extension; erect 2 storey side extension (11/970)
2011  Planning App Withdrawn: Demolition and removal of the existing out buildings and the construction of a garage block (11/1879)
2011  Planning App Granted: Single storey lean-to extension (Retrospective) (11/3076)
2012  Planning App Refused: Single storey lean-to extension (Retrospective) (12/3076)
2013  Planning App Refused: Erection of single storey lean to extension (13/21)
2013  Planning App Refused: Erection of a new stable block.  (13/764)
2015  Planning App Refused: Retain existing masonry outbuilding. (15/1892)
2016  Planning App Granted: Replacement front boundary wall (16/183)
2017  Planning App Granted: Proposed change of use from existing outbuilding to provide residential premises. Alterations to fenestration.  (17/633)
2017  Planning App Refused: Details pursuant to condition 2 (soft landscaping) of SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2476)
2017  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 8 (biodiversity) of SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2521)
2017  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 4 (parking) of SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2522)
2017  Planning App Withdrawn: Details pursuant to condition 5 (fencing) of SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2523)
2017  Planning App Refused: Details pursuant to condition 9 (lighting) of SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2524)
2017  Planning App Refused: Details pursuant to condition 10 (contamination) of SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2525)
2017  Planning App Refused: Details pursuant to condition 2 (soft landscaping) of planning permission SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2589)
2017  Planning App N/A: Details pursuant to condition 3 (means of enclosure) of planning permission SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2943)
2017  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 4 (parking) of planning permission SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2944)
2017  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 8 (biodiversity) of planning permission SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2945)
2017  Planning App Refused: Details pursuant to condition 10 (contaminated land assessment) of planning permission SE/17/00633/FUL.  (17/2946)
2018  Planning App Refused:  Alterations to fenestration and provision of adjacent garage block.  (18/346)
2018  Planning App Refused:  Construction of new entrance porch.  (18/531)
2018  Planning App Refused:  Proposed summer house.  (18/536)
2018  Planning App Granted: Detail pursuant to condition 9 (lighting) of application 17/00633/FUL.  (18/1913)
2018  Planning App Refused: Detail pursuant to condition 10 (contamination) of application 17/00633/FUL.  (18/2310)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £26

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £75

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £593

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  Flagged for review on sale

Sales and Rents

Site History

1634  Part of parsonage house and 1½ acres of glebe land

1920  Part of Parsonage Orchard smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by Reuben Hales



Old Parsonage Church Road DA3 8DT

Semi-detached house (3 bed)

Building History

1800  First Built

2017  Planning App Granted: Erection of a single storey rear extension. (17/483)

Rates and Council Tax

Sales and Rents

1996  Sale Price: £92000 (20 Dec 1996)    

2003  Sale Price: £274995 (20 Oct 2003)    Annual percentage change since 1996: +17%

Site History

1634  Part of parsonage house and 1½ acres of glebe land

1916  Part of Parsonage Cottages smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by Charles Henry Parker

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £28

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £90

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £210

1993  Council Tax: E (£88-120K)  



Old Parsonage Cottage Church Road DA3 8DT



The Gun Station Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow

Semi-detached house

Building History

Building History

1800  First Built

1921  First Built

1933  Planning App Granted: Conversion to cottages (33/Meeting 1933-04-04)
1957  Planning App Granted: Erect private garage (57/200)
1968  Planning App N/A: See Plum Castle (68/352) (68/352)
1969  Planning App Granted: Continued use of land for caravan for habitation (69/58)
1975  Planning App Granted: Demolition Of Existing Conservatory And Erection Of Single Storey Lounge And Bedroom Extension At Side And Rear  (75/944)
1984  Planning App Granted: EXTENSION TO DWELLING  (84/21)
2000  Planning App Granted: 1st floor side and rear extension and garage (00/1678)

Rates and Council Tax

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £27

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £91

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £203

1993  Council Tax: E (£88-120K)  

Sales and Rents

Sales and Rents

1964  Sale Price: £4000 (20 Mar 1964)    

Site History

Site History

1392  Part of 20 acre field called Court Croft, belonging to Hartley Court

1634  Part of parsonage house and 1½ acres of glebe land

1916  Part of Parsonage Cottages smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by Charles Henry Parker

1921  Part of Gun Station smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by John Wells Thatcher



1 The Gun Station (Demolished) Church Road DA3 8DT

Terraced bungalow

Building History

1921  First Built

1968  Building demolished

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £24

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £60

Sales and Rents

Site History



2 The Gun Station (Demolished) Church Road DA3 8DT

Terraced bungalow

Building History

1921  First Built

1968  Building demolished

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £20

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £50

Sales and Rents

Site History



3 The Gun Station (Demolished) Church Road DA3 8DT

Terraced bungalow

Building History

1921  First Built

1968  Building demolished

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £22

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £55

Sales and Rents

Site History



Plum Castle Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow (3 bed)

Building History

1970  First Built

1968  Planning App Granted: Convert 1-3 Gun Station into 2 dwellings (68/352)
1991  Planning App Granted: Single storey rear extension  (91/683)
1996  Planning App Granted: Breakfast room extension,and dormer windows to existing bedroom.  (96/467)
1996  Planning App Granted: Details of facing materials pursuant to condition 2 of permission SE/96/0467.  (96/1122)

Rates and Council Tax

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £327

1993  Council Tax: E (£88-120K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 20 acre field called Court Croft, belonging to Hartley Court

1921  Part of Gun Station smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by John Wells Thatcher

1997  Sale Price: £148750 (22 Sep 1997)    

2005  Sale Price: £289000 (18 Mar 2005)    Annual percentage change since 1997: +9%

2016  Sale Price: £386000 (14 Jul 2016)    Annual percentage change since 2005: +3%



Cobweb Corner Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow

Building History

1970  First Built

1968  Planning App Granted: Convert 1-3 Gun Station into 2 dwellings (68/352)
1983  Planning App Refused: RAISING OF ROOF AND DORMER WINDOW EXTENSION TO DWELLING  (83/713)

Rates and Council Tax

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £327

1993  Council Tax: E (£88-120K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 20 acre field called Court Croft, belonging to Hartley Court

1921  Part of Gun Station smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by John Wells Thatcher



Manor Field & Pavilion Church Road DA3 8DT

Building History

0  First Built

1973  Planning App Not known: Erect pavilion and toilet (73/Meeting Sep 73)
1974  Planning App Granted: Pavilion (74/Meeting Jan 74)
1975  Planning App N/A: Change of use to public open space and car park (75/9.25)
1986  Planning App Granted: Portakabin (86/282)
2002  Planning App Granted: Erect storage facility (02/1428)
2002  Planning App Granted: Details to 02/1428 (02/2166)
2009  Planning App Granted: Relocate electricity meter and enclosure. (09/595)
2009  Planning App Refused: Construction of a concrete base, 4m wide & 11.5m long. Erection of a cricket practice net (09/697)
2009  Planning App Refused: Erection of a cricket practice net and bases close to the existing pavilion. (09/2033)
2018  Planning App Granted:  Erection of a permanent beacon with a steel brazier at the top.  (18/1885)
2020  Planning App Granted: Change of use from amenity land to provide a new burial ground and ancillary works to include the lych gate and paths (20/2806)
2021  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 3 (hard and soft landscaping) of planning permission 20/02806/FUL. (21/408)

Rates and Council Tax

1995  Gross Rateable Value: £2150

2000  Gross Rateable Value: £2150

Sales and Rents

Site History



All Saints Church Church Road DA3 8DY

Church of England Church

Building History

1100  First Built

2004  Planning App Granted: West end extension (04/1521)
2009  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to Condition 2 (materials) of SE/04/01521 (09/1956)
2009  Planning App Refused: Amendment to 04/1521 re toilets and parking (09/2534)
2010  Planning App Granted: Amendment to 04/1521 re access (10/1879)
2010  Planning App Granted: Details (hard surfacing) v 10/1879 (10/3172)
2010  Planning App Granted: Details (landscaping) v 10/1879 (10/3173)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £Exempt

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £

Sales and Rents

Site History



Land adjoining churchyard Church Road DA3 8DY

Building History

0  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £

Sales and Rents

Site History



Hartley Court Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached house

Building History

1100  First Built

1700  Rebuilding

1960  Planning App Refused: Residential development (14 Houses) (60/50)
1961  Planning App Refused: Residential development (61/364)
"1964  Planning App Refused: Appeal A - conversion of buildings into 9 units and erection of 2 houses.
Appeal B - residential development (23 houses) (64/5)"
1965  Planning App Refused: Convert barn and outbuildings into 9 dwellings (65/140)
1965  Planning App Refused: 24 Dwellings (65/141)
1966  Planning App Not known: Convert building known as old oast into dwelling (66/353)
1966  Planning App Not known: Outline - convert Hartley Court into 5 dwellings (66/375)
1966  Planning App Not known: As 375 except 2 bungalow flats and 3 dwellings (66/376)
1966  Planning App Not known: As 375 except 2 bungalows and 6 flats (66/377)
1973  Planning App Refused: Conversion of barn into 4 dwellings (73/Meeting Sep 73)
1975  Planning App Granted: Use Of Land For The Stationing Of A "Charlie Chester" Mobile Home For Elderly Disabled Parents  (75/1100)
1979  Planning App Granted: CONTINUED STATIONING OF A RESIDENTIAL MOBILE HOME FOR OCCUPATION BY DISABLED PARENT (RENEWAL OF LIMITED PERIOD PLANNING PERMISSION SE/75/1100)  (79/476)
1987  Planning App Not Known: RE ERECTION OF 6 FR HIGH FENCING ALONG ROAD PERIMETER  (87/2012)
1990  Planning App Granted: Rebuild tractor shed and store (retrospective) (90/11)
1990  Planning App Granted: Internal and external alterations (90/1876)
1991  Planning App Granted: Demolition of potting shed (91/877)
1991  Planning App Granted: New front gates, brick wall and part replacement fence to entrance (91/973)
1991  Planning App Granted: New front gates, brick wall and part replacement fence to entrance (91/1134)
1991  Planning App Granted: Swimming pool enclosure (LBC) (91/1868)
1991  Planning App Granted: Swimming pool enclosure (91/1869)
1992  Planning App Granted: Small bay with french windows to house (92/889)
2002  Planning App Granted: 3 dormer windows (02/2808)
2002  Planning App Granted: 3 dormer windows (02/2826)
2003  Planning App Granted: Replacement outbuilding for garden store and tack room (03/1681)
2003  Planning App Granted: Details of windows pursuant to condition 2 of SE/02/02808/FUL (03/1683)
2003  Planning App Granted: Replacement outbuilding for garden store and tack room (03/1685)
2008  Planning App Granted: Covert building into family dwelling (08/3097)
2009  Planning App Granted: To re-conductor the existing low voltage overhead lines with Aerial Bundled Conducto (09/1349)
2009  Planning App Granted: Conversion of existing building to family dwelling. Proposal to block up existing door and window within the ancillary outbuilding.  (09/3098)
2011  Planning App Granted: Extend permission 08/3097 (11/2085)
2011  Planning App Granted: Extend permission 08/3097 (11/2154)
2012  Planning App Granted: Extend time limit under 2008/3097 (12/2085)
2012  Planning App Granted: Extend time limit under 2008/3097 (12/2154)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £101

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £206

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £630

1993  Council Tax: H (£over 320K)  

Sales and Rents

1966  Sale Price: £16250 (2 Nov 1966)    

Site History

1086  Part of Hartley Court Estate



Garden House, Hartley Court Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached chalet bunglow

Building History

1976  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

Sales and Rents

Site History

1086  Part of Hartley Court Estate

1925  Planning App Granted: Extension of stairs (25/Meeting 1925-08-04)
1938  Planning App Granted: Addition to building (38/2873)
1970  Planning App Granted: 2 storey rear extension (70/503)


Haley Shaw Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached chalet bunglow (6 bed)

Building History

1945  First Built

1937  Planning App Granted: 2 Garages (37/2451)
1937  Planning App Granted: 2 Garages (37/2451)
1945  Planning App Granted: Lean to greenhouse (45/3599)
1990  Planning App Granted: Replace garage (90/175)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £44

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £114

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £358

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2014  Sale Price: £1000000 (21 Aug 2014)    

Site History

1392  Part of 30 acre field called Eyleye and strip of woodland fronting Church Road, belonging to Hartley Court Estate (by 1844 field called East Eolly)

1916  Part of Haley Shaw smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by Charles Henry Vaughan



Haley Bank Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached chalet bunglow (4 bed)

Building History

1937  First Built

1949  Planning App Granted: Extensions (49/93)
1985  Planning App Granted: Extension (85/680)
1998  Planning App Granted: Demolish garage, replace with double garage (98/668)
1999  Planning App Granted: Details re 98/668 (99/52)
1999  Planning App Refused: Replacement house (99/1614)
2000  Planning App Granted: Revised application for replacement dwelling (00/2522)
2001  Planning App Granted: Details (materials, boundaries) to 00/2522 (01/427)
2001  Planning App Granted: Details (floor, slab levels) to 00/2522 (01/1118)
2002  Planning App Refused: Retention of external alterations (02/1130)
2002  Planning App Granted: Replacement boundary fencing, retain pergola etc (02/2160)
2003  Planning App Granted: Removal of condition 5, amend condition 8 (2000.2522) (03/2877)
2010  Planning App Refused: Replacement garage/store (10/2854)
2015  Planning App Granted: Proposed conversion of car-port and workshop to guest accommodation.  (15/1481)
2018  Planning App Granted: Convert Car port and workshop to guest accommodation (18/3000)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £44

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £114

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £389

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1997  Sale Price: £175000 (19 Jun 1997)    

2007  Sale Price: £1000000 (17 Dec 2007)    Annual percentage change since 1997: +18%

2017  Sale Price: £1450000 (11 Aug 2017)    Annual percentage change since 2007: +4%

2019  Sale Price: £1250000 (12 Mar 2019)    Annual percentage change since 2017: -9%

2020  Sale Price: £950000 (16 Dec 2020)  Planning permissions since previous sale  Annual percentage change since 2019: -14%

Site History

1392  Part of 30 acre field called Eyleye and strip of woodland fronting Church Road, belonging to Hartley Court Estate (by 1844 field called East Eolly)

1916  Part of Haley Shaw smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by Charles Henry Vaughan



One Acre Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached bungalow (3 bedroom, 111.5 sq m + summerhouse 18.8 sq m + garage 15.3 sq m)

Building History

1939  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £6

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £109

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £411

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2023  Sale Price: £900000 (16 Mar 2023)  Advertised price.  

Site History

1392  Part of 30 acre field called Eyleye and strip of woodland fronting Church Road, belonging to Hartley Court Estate (by 1844 field called East Eolly)



Fairview Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached bungalow

Building History

1921  First Built

1957  Planning App Granted: Extension to form 2 beds (57/163)
2003  Planning App Not known: Replacement dwelling (03/1401)
2003  Planning App Granted: Erect 2,000 litre gas cylinder (03/2719)
2006  Planning App Refused: Demolish and replace (06/1584)
2007  Planning App Granted: Demolish and build new detached bungalow (07/935)
2010  Planning App Granted: Extend permission 07/935 (10/1240)
2013  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 2 (materials) of SE/10/01240/EXTLMT  (13/2462)
2013  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 3 (parking) of SE/10/01240/EXTLMT  (13/2463)
2013  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 4 (foul & surface water drainage) of SE/10/01240/EXTLMT  (13/2464)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £12

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £54

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £191

2020  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Formerly Band E (1993), then Band D (1993-2013)

Sales and Rents

2001  Sale Price: £205000 (6 Dec 2001)    

2003  Sale Price: £295000 (24 Oct 2003)    Annual percentage change since 2001: +21%

Site History

1392  Part of 30 acre field called Eyleye and strip of woodland fronting Church Road, belonging to Hartley Court Estate (by 1844 field called East Eolly)

1921  Bought from Small Owners Limited by David Willcox



The Poplars Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached house (4 bed)

Former Name(s): Ravenna (to 1959)

Building History

1927  First Built

1926  Planning App Granted: Brick semi-bungalow (26/Meeting 1926-03-02)
1968  Planning App Refused: Erect dwelling and carport on land adjoining (68/529)
1975  Planning App Granted: Erection Of Two Storey Extension At Rear To Provide Living Room Kitchen Breakfast Room With Bedrooms Over Formation Of Bathrooms And Toilets In Existing Roof Space And Construction Of Dormer Windows At Sides And Construction Of Semi Basement Double Garage Below (75/653)
1980  Planning App Granted: Stable block at side (80/1243)
1991  Planning App Granted: Granny Annexe (91/901)
2014  Planning App Refused: The raising of the roof height to incorporate a new first floor extension and alteration to rear fenestration and Juliet balcony to side elevation. Installation of new access gates and walls (14/305)
2014  Planning App Granted: Walls, Gates and fencing. (14/2674)
2014  Planning App Granted: Prior notification of a single storey rear extension which extends 8m beyond the rear wall of the original dwelling house with a maximum height of 2.852m and eaves height of 2.783m. (14/3082)
2015  Planning App granted: Erection of single storey rear and side extension (15/519)
2015  Planning App granted: Erection of single storey outbuilding as Gymnasium/fitness room.  (15/520)
2017  Planning App Withdrawn: Erection of single storey side extension. Alterations to the roof comprising central dormer on front and rear roof slopes, the provision of x4 small dormer windows, the provision of x2 roof lights, and alterations to elevations.  (17/1999)
2019  Planning App Refused: Erection of single storey side extension. Alterations to the roof comprising central dormer on front and rear roof slopes, the provision of x 4 small dormer windows, the provision of x 2 roof lights, and alterations to elevations. (19/1026)
2022  Planning App Granted: New front porch.  (22/2457)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £56

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £150

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £441

1997  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Formerly Band G (1993-1997)

Sales and Rents

2013  Sale Price: £660000 (15 Nov 2013)    

Site History

1392  Part of 30 acre field called Eyleye and strip of woodland fronting Church Road, belonging to Hartley Court Estate (by 1844 field called East Eolly)

1923  (north part of holding) Bought from Small Owners Limited by George Richard Pullen

1924  (house and south part of holding) Bought from Small Owners Limited by Frank Ernest Shambrook



The Poplars Annexe Church Road DA3 8DY

Building History

1927  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

1997  Council Tax: A (£0-40K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 30 acre field called Eyleye and strip of woodland fronting Church Road, belonging to Hartley Court Estate (by 1844 field called East Eolly)



Beltwood Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached house

Former Name(s): Beltwood (to about 2000)

Building History

1926  First Built

1925  Planning App Granted: Concrete Bungalow (25/Meeting 1925-12-01)
1952  Planning App Granted: Bedroom extension (52/175)
1996  Planning App Granted: Extend and convert into 2 storey dwelling (96/1529)
2000  Planning App Granted: Formation of rooms in roof (00/1553)
2001  Planning App Granted: Single storey detached garage (01/648)
2008  Planning App Refused: Front wall and sliding main gate (08/404)
2008  Planning App Granted: Retention of sliding main gate (08/1350)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £25

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £66

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £224

1993  Council Tax: E (£88-120K)  Formerly Band G (1993)

Sales and Rents

2000  Sale Price: £235000 (25 Apr 2000)    

2007  Sale Price: £575000 (7 Sep 2007)    Annual percentage change since 2000: +13%

Site History

1392  Part of 30 acre field called Eyleye and strip of woodland fronting Church Road, belonging to Hartley Court Estate (by 1844 field called East Eolly)

1920  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Harry Clark



Apple Tree Cottage Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached house (4 bed, 157.2 sq m)

Former Name(s): Fernholme (to 1963)

Building History

1921  First Built

1996  Rebuilding

1921  Planning App Granted: Bungalow (21/Meeting 1921-09-13)
1931  Planning App Granted: Additions to bungalow (31/Meeting 1931-05-05)
1992  Planning App Granted: Demolition of existing bungalow and erection of new detached house and garage with new vehicular access and alterations to existing access, as amended by letter dated 2/4/92 & plans 92/nut/005/1, 92/nut/005/2 & 92/nut/005/3 received 6/4/92.  (92/235)
1996  Planning App Granted: Revised details of proposed detached garage  (96/242)
1996  Planning App Granted: Details of landscaping pursuant to condition 2 of planning permission SE/96/0242. (96/922)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £38

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £90

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £283

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Originally band G

Sales and Rents

1999  Sale Price: £295000 (1 Sep 1999)  Marketed 25/3/99 at £299,000  

2003  Sale Price: £450000 (7 Feb 2003)    Annual percentage change since 1999: +13%

2023  Sale Price: £1100000 (18 Apr 2023)  Advertised price.  Annual percentage change since 2003: +5%

Site History

1392  Part of 30 acre field called Eyleye and strip of woodland fronting Church Road, belonging to Hartley Court Estate (by 1844 field called East Eolly)

1920  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Edward James Cuff



Hartley Hill Cottage Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached house (4 bed)

Building History

1650  First Built

1926  Planning App Granted: Additional room 7ft 6in in height (26/Meeting 1926-07-06)
1926  Planning App Granted: Additions and alterations (26/Meeting 1926-09-21)
1955  Planning App Refused: House and garage (55/245)
1978  Planning App Granted: Demolition Of Existing Garages And Erection Of Detached Two Storey Building Comprising Three Garages And Storage Area With Studio Over  (78/292)
1983  Planning App Granted: ERECTION OF A BLOCK OF EIGHT STABLES  (83/1229)
1985  Planning App Refused: Granny annexe & garage (85/1138)
1989  Planning App Granted: One gate into above land from Hartley Hill(Road running alongside property)  (89/2047)
2001  Planning App Granted: Convert farm building to form ancilliary accommodation (01/881)
2002  Planning App Granted: Details (glazing) to 01/881 (02/1493)
2002  Planning App Granted: Use agricultural land as garden (02/2026)
2003  Planning App Granted: Kitchen and WC alterations (03/1072)
2003  Planning App Granted: Rearrange bathroom layout (03/1192)
2003  Planning App Granted: Erect stables and hardstanding (03/1926)
2003  Planning App Granted: Demolish existing stables (03/1930)
2003  Planning App Withdrawn: Removal of condition re landscaping (2003.1930) (03/2861)
2003  Planning App Refused: Erect garage (03/2988)
2004  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to Condition 2(Landscape) of SE/03/01930/LBCDEM.  (04/100)
2008  Planning App Granted: Demolish rear extension, replace with 2 storey side and rear extensions (08/2963)
2009  Planning App Granted: Details (doors/windows) v 08/2963 (09/2867)
2009  Planning App Granted: Details (doors/windows) v 08/2963 (09/2868)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £45

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £110

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £348

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1970  Sale Price: £18000 (17 Jul 1970)  Advertised price (Sevenoaks Chronicle)  

1997  Sale Price: £365000 (5 Sep 1997)    Annual percentage change since 1970: +12%

Site History

1547  Land mentioned in will of Christopher Humphrey of Horton Kirby, smallholding in its own right

1914  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Charles Robertson



Hartley Hill Cottage (annexe) Church Road DA3 8DY

Building History

2004  First Built.  Ceased to be separate 2007

Rates and Council Tax

2004  Council Tax: A (£0-40K)  Removed from list 2007



Walden Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached bungalow

Former Name(s): Walden (to 1963)

Building History

1921  First Built

1921  Planning App Granted: Dwelling house (21/Meeting 1921-07-19)
1963  Planning App Granted: Extension to form 2 beds and living room (63/559)
1964  Planning App Not known: Replacement of pitched roof with flat roof at Point Hill (64/119)
2012  Planning App Granted: Demolition of an existing single storey dwelling and two garages and erection of a replacement dwelling. (12/469)
2013  Planning App N/A: Details (materials) v 12/469 (13/572)
2013  Planning App N/A: Details (landscaping) v 12/469 (13/573)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £40

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £94

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £489

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1633  Part of 6 acre field called Gossy Croft, belonging to Hartley Manor

1920  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Gerald Ernest Daviss



Bonsalls Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house (4 bed)

Building History

1923  First Built

1922  Planning App Granted: Timbe bungalow (22/Meeting 1922-01-31)
1945  Planning App Refused: Additional sectional huts to existing bungalow (45/3487)
1946  Planning App Granted: Extension to existing bungalow (46/3652)
1947  Planning App Granted: Addition to garage (47/4272)
1952  Planning App Granted: Addition to (52/117)
1952  Planning App Granted: Addition to (52/117.1)
1977  Planning App Granted: Use Of Land For The Temporary Stationing Of A Twin Unit Residential Mobile Home For Occupation By Elderly Parents  (77/370)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £56

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £150

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £543

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2012  Sale Price: £630000 (5 Nov 2012)    

2017  Rental (per month): £1875.  

Site History

1844  Part of unnamed 4 acre field belonging to Whiffens Cottage (now Orchard House, Church Road)

1916  Bought from Small Owners Limited by John Henry Bonsall



Bonsalls - mobile home Church Road DA3 8DZ

Building History

0  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

1993  Council Tax: A (£0-40K)  Removed from list in 2000

Sales and Rents

Site History

1844  Part of unnamed 4 acre field belonging to Whiffens Cottage (now Orchard House, Church Road)



Blue Firs Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached chalet bungalow

Former Name(s): Hatchlands (to 1964)

Building History

1921  First Built

1963  Planning App Granted: Erect chalet bungalow at rear of existing timber dwelling (to be demolished when bungalow completed) (63/104)
1965  Planning App Granted: Demolish existing weatherboard building and erect chalet bungalow on smallholding. (65/245)
1965  Planning App Granted: (1966) Details re 65/245 (65/245.1)
1965  Planning App Granted: Garage and agricultural store (65/352)
1965  Planning App N/A: Demolish existing bungalow, erect chalet bungalow (65/557)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £30

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £62

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £493

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Formerly Band G (1993)

Sales and Rents

Site History

1844  Part of unnamed 4 acre field belonging to Whiffens Cottage (now Orchard House, Church Road)

1920  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Graham Marchant Wood



San Michele Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house (5 bed)

Former Name(s): Maxwelton (to 1960)

Building History

1925  First Built

1966  Planning App Granted: Swimming pool (66/585)
1967  Planning App Granted: Portal frame cover to swimming pool (67/92)
1968  Planning App Granted: New vehicular access (68/385)
1989  Planning App Granted: 2 storey rear extension (89/432)
2002  Planning App Refused: Demolish existing building, new house in front garden (02/2430)
2015  Planning App Granted: Prior notification of a single storey rear extension which extends 8.0m beyond the rear wall of the original dwelling house with a maximum height of 3.0m and eaves height of 3.0m.  (15/1402)
2015  Planning App Granted: Demolition of existing outbuilding and erection of a single storey rear extension.  (15/2057)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £48

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £134

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £556

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2005  Sale Price: £587500 (31 Oct 2005)    

2014  Sale Price: £675000 (28 Nov 2014)    Annual percentage change since 2005: +2%

Site History

1633  (a) Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm; also (b) Part of unnamed 4 acre field belonging to Whiffens Cottage (now Orchard House, Church Road)

1924  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Bessie Miller



Homecot Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached bungalow

Building History

1930  First Built

1985  Building demolished

1985  Planning App Granted: Replacement bungalow for one destroyed by fire (85/1622)
1986  Planning App N/A: New bungalow to replace one destroyed by fire (86/488)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £22

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £46

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £187

1993  Council Tax: E (£88-120K)  Formerly Band F (1993)

Sales and Rents

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1920  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Charley Poole



Long Acre Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house

Building History

1952  First Built

2001  Building demolished

2002  Rebuilding

1953  Planning App Granted: bungalow (53/77)
1999  Planning App Granted: Replacement dwelling (99/905)
2000  Planning App Granted: Erect 3 bed detached house (replacement of one granted 99/905) (00/2680)
2002  Planning App Granted: Details (materials/landscaping) to 00/2680 (02/218)
2002  Planning App Refused: Replacement double garage (02/1877)
2004  Planning App Refused: Retention of shed (04/1082)
2004  Planning App Refused: Retention of shed (04/1282)
2015  Planning App Granted: Existing double garage (cert of lawful development) (15/1767)
2015  Planning App Refused: Demolition and replacement of existing double garage with a new double garage (15/3051)
2022  Planning App Granted: Replacement garage.  (22/3189)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £33

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £86

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £320

2002  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  Formerly Band G (1993), then Band F (1993-2002)

Sales and Rents

1953  Sale Price: £2310 (9 Jun 1953)  Surveyor's valuation for loan by Dartford RDC of £2,000 over 20 years at 4½% subject to financial checks  

2001  Sale Price: £195000 (21 Sep 2001)    Annual percentage change since 1953: +10%

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1925  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Emma Bull



South View Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached chalet bungalow (5 bed)

Building History

1927  First Built

1947  Planning App Granted: Additional room and internal rearrangement (47/4244)
1950  Planning App N/A: Garage and shed (50/185)
2003  Planning App Granted: Private stable block to replace outbuildings (03/2060)
2004  Planning App Refused: Site mobile home on land to west  (04/1777)
2005  Planning App Withdrawn: Extension to replace existing conservatory (05/530)
2005  Planning App Withdrawn: Proposed extension with roof extension over to replace existing conservatory, and the installation of dormer windows in the front and rear.  Removal of part of garage/outbuilding. (05/1385)
2005  Planning App Granted: Replace conservatory (05/1820)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £29

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £94

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £303

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Formerly Band G (1993)

Sales and Rents

1995  Sale Price: £95000 (21 Dec 1995)    

2003  Sale Price: £375000 (23 May 2003)  Planning permissions since previous sale  Annual percentage change since 1995: +20%

2019  Sale Price: £740000 (23 Apr 2019)  Planning permissions since previous sale  Annual percentage change since 2003: +4%

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1922  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Leopold Allen Wanstall



South View Caravan Church Road DA3 8DZ

Mobile home

Building History

0  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

1993  Council Tax: A (£0-40K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm



Tally Ho Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached chalet bungalow (5 bed)

Former Name(s): Kurseong (to 1968)

Building History

1930  First Built

1931  Planning App Granted: Wooden bungalow (31/Meeting 1931-01-06)
1932  Planning App Granted: Wooden bungalow (32/Meeting 1932-01-05)
1933  Planning App Granted: Wooden bungalow (33/Meeting 1933-02-07)
1934  Planning App Granted: Wooden bungalow (34/Meeting 1934-01-02)
1936  Planning App Granted: (Kurseong) Brick Garage (36/Meeting 1936-05-05)
1969  Planning App Refused: Replace existing wooden structure with brick built one (69/479)
1989  Planning App Granted: Conservatory (89/1049)
2003  Planning App Refused: Replacement bungalow (03/1124)
2003  Planning App Granted: Replacement roof and new side extensions (03/2098)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £38

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £94

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £312

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2002  Sale Price: £390000 (30 Sep 2002)    

2014  Sale Price: £780000 (19 Dec 2014)    Annual percentage change since 2002: +6%

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1921  (south part) Bought from Small Owners Limited by Henry James Phillips

1930  (north part) Bought from Small Owners Limited by Henry Stephen Buffery



Lamorna Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached bungalow (2 bed)

Building History

1920  First Built

1967  Planning App Granted: Double Garage (67/483)
1971  Planning App Granted: Erect conservatory (71/713)
2018  Planning App Granted: Demolition of garage, chimneys, kitchen and existing extension. Erection of extension and insertion of rooflights into the attic  (18/1135)
2020  Planning App Granted: To change the exterior walls of the extension from the approved render to white cladding (20/2665)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £35

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £88

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £410

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1977  Sale Price: £33500 (11 Jun 1977)  Advertised price (Sevenoaks Chron)  

2007  Sale Price: £472500 (12 Jan 2007)    Annual percentage change since 1977: +9%

2017  Sale Price: £567500 (27 Jan 2017)    Annual percentage change since 2007: +2%

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1920  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Harry Thomas Jennings Clark



Brindles Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house (4 bed.  In 1933 it was 2 bed)

Former Name(s): Frenli (date of change is sometime between 1959 and 1983)

Building History

1939  First Built

2019  Planning App Granted: Proposed first floor extension & addition of an integral garage to the front of the property, removal of chimneys and alterations to fenestration. (19/2522)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £19

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £42

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £177

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1933  Sale Price: £750 (3 Mar 1933)  Advertised price  

1999  Sale Price: £280000 (24 Sep 1999)    Annual percentage change since 1933: +9%

2017  Sale Price: £710000 (31 Mar 2017)    Annual percentage change since 1999: +5%

2019  Sale Price: £700000 (12 Mar 2019)    Annual percentage change since 2017: -1%

2019  Sale Price: £712000 (29 Jul 2019)  Planning permissions since previous sale  Annual percentage change since 2019: +5%

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1920  Part of Brindles/Gwenjonal smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Frederick Arthur Clifford



Gwenjonal Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached bungalow

Building History

1930  First Built

1926  Planning App Granted: Timber frambed bungalow (26/Meeting 1926-12-07)
1947  Planning App Granted: greenhouse (47/4411)
1976  Planning App Not known: Alterations Provision Of Block Work Outer Skin Around Existing Dwelling And Erection Of Attached Double Garage At Side  (76/1162)
1977  Planning App Granted: Provision Of Outer Brickwork Skin Around Existing Dwelling Front Porch And Garage To Side  (77/1053)
1978  Planning App Granted: Construction Of Dormer Window At Rear Of Dwelling  (78/948)
1978  Planning App Granted: For Retention Of And Alterations To Garage And Front Porch Previously Approved And Retention Of 2.1 And 2.8 Metres Approx High Brick Walls At Front And Rear Of Dwelling  (78/1403)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £32

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £78

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £258

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1920  Part of Brindles/Gwenjonal smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Frederick Arthur Clifford



Ashcroft Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached chalet bungalow

Building History

1922  First Built

2001  Building demolished

2003  Rebuilding

1921  Planning App Granted: Timber framed bungalow (21/Meeting 1921-12-06)
1924  Planning App Granted: Addition of 2 rooms to bungalow (24/Meeting 1924-03-25)
1928  Planning App Granted: Additions to bungalow (28/Meeting 1928-11-06)
1997  Planning App Granted: Replacment dwelling (97/1760)
1998  Planning App Granted: Replacment dwelling (98/734)
1998  Planning App Granted: Replacement dwelling (98/734)
2002  Planning App Granted: Details (materials) to 98/734 (02/909)
2002  Planning App Granted: Details (landscaping/trees/access etc) to 98/734 (02/1994)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £26

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £64

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £214

2003  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  Formerly Band F (1993), then Band E (1993-2003)

Sales and Rents

1952  Sale Price: £1500 (29 Jul 1952)  Surveyor's valuation for loan under Small Dwellings Acquisition Acts (£300 over 5 years at 3%)  

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1921  Part of Dawsland smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Joseph Thornton



Coppice Lea Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house

Building History

1922  First Built

1966  Planning App Granted: Outline, erect garage in front of (66/155)
1966  Planning App Refused: Erect dwelling and garage adjoining (66/156)
1978  Planning App Refused: Extension And Arched Wall To Front And Porch At Side Of Dwelling  (78/1000)
1999  Planning App Granted: Replacement bungalow (99/1490)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £40

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £86

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £302

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1921  Part of Dawsland smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Joseph Thornton



Melsetta Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached bungalow (2/3 bedroom)

Building History

1922  First Built

1922  Planning App Granted: Brick bungalow (22/Meeting 1922-10-10)
1966  Planning App Granted: Garage (66/512)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £35

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £86

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £318

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1921  Part of Dawsland smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Joseph Thornton



Dawsland Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house

Building History

1927  First Built

1979  Planning App Granted: DEMOLITION OF EXISTING AND ERECTION OF REPLACEMENT DWELLING WITH DOUBLE GARAGE  (79/1068)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £35

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £86

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £282

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1499  Part of 4 fields forming one landholding called Kytfelde, Hie Lande, Barn Croft and Stableris, mentioned in will of John Dawe of Fawkham

1633  Part of 12 acre field called Dawsland, belonging to Hartley Manor Farm

1921  Part of Dawsland smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Joseph Thornton



New House Farm (Demolished) Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house

Building History

1583  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

1858  Gross Rateable Value: £103

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £52

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £130

Sales and Rents

1/1/1878  Rental (per month): £420.  

Site History


West Side

Hartley-Kent: Radio House after 2008 rebuild
Radio House after 2008 rebuild

Hartley-Kent: Windy Ridge, Church Road
Windy Ridge, Church Road

Hartley-Kent: Hartley Court Green and Restharrow
Hartley Court Green and Restharrow



Hartley Grange Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached house

Building History

1918  First Built

1947  Planning App Granted: Nissen hut as implement shed and 3 greenhouses (47/4371)
1962  Planning App Refused: Stationing of residential caravan adjoining Billings Hill Shaw (62/331)
1968  Planning App Refused: Residential development (68/469)
1970  Planning App Refused: Residential development (outline) (70/109)
1971  Planning App Refused: Erect houses and garages on part of site (71/605)
1975  Planning App Refused: Residential development on 1.6 ha E & S of house (75/290)
1977  Planning App Refused: Residential Development Of Approximately 2.9 Acres  (77/1419)
1977  Planning App Granted: Detached Double Garage At Front Of Dwelling And Construction Of Vehicular Access And Driveway  (77/1503)
1987  Planning App Granted: Detached garage (87/489)
1989  Planning App Granted: 2 storey side extension (89/242)
2006  Planning App Withdrawn: 20m phone mast with 3 antennas and 2 dishes (06/1149)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £72

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £174

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £517

1993  Council Tax: H (£over 320K)  

Sales and Rents

1932  Sale Price: £3950 (13 May 1932)  Advertised price not sale price  

1938  Sale Price: £2650 (4 Jan 1938)  Advertised price not sale price  Annual percentage change since 1932: -7%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court



Oaklands Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached bungalow

Building History

1921  First Built

1922  Planning App Granted: Addition to bungalow (22/Meeting 1922-04-25)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £38

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £90

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £264

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1915  Part of Avalon/Brendon smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by Tom Fleetwood Tate and Francis William Tate



Witzies Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached house

Building History

1915  First Built

1954  Planning App Granted: Nissen hut for fruit store etc (54/4503)
1962  Planning App Granted: Extension (62/409)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £28

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £70

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £347

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1916  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Charles French



The Old Orchard Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached house (5 bed)

Former Name(s): The Homestead (to 1993)

Building History

1921  First Built

1993  Rebuilding

2006  Planning App Refused: Conservatory to side and rear (06/1305)

Rates and Council Tax

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

2013  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  Revalued

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1918  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Geard Albert Curtis



Villa Rosa Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached chalet bungalow

Building History

2019  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

2019  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1918  Part of Stocks Farm smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by William Lockwood



Stocks Farm Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached house (5 bed)

Building History

1400  First Built

1797  Rebuilding

1936  Planning App Granted: Garden residence (36/Meeting 1936-11-03)
1949  Planning App Granted: Erect store sheds (49/106)
1955  Planning App Granted: House (55/209)
1955  Planning App Granted: Bungalow and garage (13.6.58) (55/209.1)
1958  Planning App Refused: Residential development (58/392)
1960  Planning App Granted: Erect house and garage on land adjoining (60/3)
1962  Planning App Granted: Private garage (62/28)
1966  Planning App Refused: Outline - erect dwelling house and garage (66/407)
1967  Planning App Granted: Demolish ex-buildings, erect detached house and garage (67/545)
1968  Planning App Refused: Erect 2 bungalows on land adjoining (68/562)
1971  Planning App Granted: Alterations to front elevation (71/387)
1984  Planning App Granted: Detached building for garage for storage of historic omnibuses (84/473)
1984  Planning App Granted: New fence (84/1485)
1986  Planning App Granted: Extension (86/927)
2009  Planning App Granted: Reconductor existing low voltage overhead lines with aerial bundled conductor (09/1453)
2014  Planning App Granted: Demolish outbuilding, erect single storey detached dwelling (14/829)
2015  Planning App Granted: Minor material amendment toSE/14/00829/FUL (Demolition of existing domestic outbuilding and erection of single detached dwelling) to show amendments to fenestration.  (15/2225)
2015  Planning App Granted: Minor material amendment toSE/14/00829/FUL (Demolition of existing domestic outbuilding and erection of single detached dwelling) to show amendments to fenestration (15/2225)
2015  Planning App N/A: Replacement garage (15/2226)
2018  Planning App Refused:  Erection of a garage.  (18/1076)
2018  Planning App Granted: Erection of single detached garage.  (18/1915)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £44

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £110

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1942  Sale Price: £803 (16 Dec 1942)  Probate valuation  

1978  Sale Price: £38000 (14 Feb 1978)    Annual percentage change since 1942: +12%

2013  Sale Price: £715000 (17 May 2013)    Annual percentage change since 1978: +9%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1451  Part of Stocks Farm, mentioned in will of John Cotyer

1918  Part of Stocks Farm smallholding bought from Small Owners Limited by William Lockwood



Stocks Mead Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached bungalow

Former Name(s): Phoenix (to 1950)

Building History

1924  First Built

1924  Planning App Granted: Concrete and rough cast bungalow (24/Meeting 1924-04-24)
1948  Planning App Granted: Extend bungalow (48/102)
1948  Planning App Granted: Extend bungalow (48/102)
1966  Planning App N/A:  (66/14)
1979  Planning App Granted: EXTENSIONS TO SIDES AND REAR OF DWELLING  (79/1142)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £38

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  Part of Westfield and Tor Lodge smallholdings.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by either Thomas William Wells or Frederick William Smith



Tor Lodge Church Road DA3 8DR

Detached bungalow

Building History

1925  First Built

1956  Planning App Refused: Erect private dwelling houses (56/354)
1968  Planning App Refused: 70 dwellings on land adjoining (68/547)
1970  Planning App Refused: Erect 5 bed detached house on smallholding adjoining (70/695)
1977  Planning App Granted: Extension To Front And Rear Of Dwelling  (77/78)
1978  Planning App Granted: Detached Domestic Garage  (78/193)
1979  Planning App Granted: DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE AT SIDE OF DWELLING AND EXTENSION TO EXISTING DRIVEWAY  (79/995)
2017  Planning App Granted: Demolition of existing dwelling and construction of replacement. (17/2078)
2018  Planning App Granted: Extension to the rear of the building and an extension to the side of the building.  (18/3113)
2019  Planning App Granted: Demolition of existing bungalow and garage and the construction of a replacement single storey dwelling with basement. (19/803)
2020  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 3 (details of materials) subject to 19/00803/FUL (20/176)
2021  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 5 (method statement of protection of hedges) of 19/00803/FUL (21/531)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £28

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £74

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £267

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

2015  Sale Price: £615000 (20 Oct 2015)    

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  Part of Westfield and Tor Lodge smallholdings.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by either Thomas William Wells or Frederick William Smith



Carill Church Road DA3 8DR

Building History

0  First Built

2000  Planning App Granted: Replacement dwelling and stable block (00/zz)
2001  Planning App Granted: Replacement dwelling (01/810)
2001  Planning App Granted: Replacement dwelling (01/2248)
2003  Planning App Refused: Revision to plans for stables  (03/2754)
2003  Planning App Refused: Revision to plans for garage (03/2788)
2004  Planning App Granted: Stables, revised plans (04/489)
2004  Planning App Refused: Erect detached dwelling in accordance with 01/2248 (04/1912)
2004  Planning App Granted: Revisions to already permitted dwelling (04/1915)
2005  Planning App Granted: Vary conditions 2 & 7 of planning permission 04/1915 (05/55)
2005  Planning App Granted: Vary conditions of permission 04/1915 (05/1717)
2006  Planning App N/A: Vary conditions of 04/1915 (06/571)
2006  Planning App N/A: Revisions to SE/01/2248 (06/1056)
2008  Planning App Refused: Details re appeal G2245/C/07/2056425 (08/3235)
2009  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition i (hard and soft landscaping) and condition ii (scheme of earthworks around the building) of Planning Appeal Decision APP/G2245/C/07/2056425.  (09/1559)
2018  Planning App Granted: Confirmation that the status of the dwelling permitted by Planning Appeal Decision APP/G2245/C/07/2056425 as currently constructed (and without the completion and retention of groundworks described in Condition 2) is lawful.  (18/37)
2018  Planning App Granted:  Insertion of windows and side door opening at basement level.  (18/234)
2018  Planning App Granted: Demolition of existing stable building and erection of a replacement stable building. (18/1854)
2018  Planning App Granted: Erection of a detached garage.  (18/1906)
2018  Planning App Granted: Minor material amendment to application 18/00234/HOUSE for the insertion of windows and side door opening at basement level, to show revisions to the position of windows and doors (18/2072)
2019  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 4 (ground levels) of 18/01906/HOUSE.  (19/1067)

Rates and Council Tax

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £70

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £259

1993  Council Tax: A (£0-40K)  Reduced from band F, deleted 2001

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

2001  Sale Price: £215000 (6 Feb 2001)    

2020  Sale Price: £550000 (31 Mar 2020)    Annual percentage change since 2001: +5%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  Part of Westfield and Tor Lodge smallholdings.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by either Thomas William Wells or Frederick William Smith



Westfield Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached house (4 bed)

Building History

1925  First Built

1924  Planning App Temp License granted: Temporary Stucture (24/Meeting 1924-12-02)
1955  Planning App Granted: Dwelling on land adjoining (55/51)
1956  Planning App Granted: Prefab bungalow to be used as a store shed (56/229)
1969  Planning App Refused: Erect 3 detached chalet bungalows (69/475)
1969  Planning App Refused: Erect 1 detached bungalow (69/476)
1971  Planning App Refused: Use of land at back to park boats and caravans (71/842)
1973  Planning App Refused: Storage of caravans and boats at rear (73/Meeting Sep 73 (2))
1976  Planning App Not known: Side Extension To Dwelling  (76/811)
1976  Planning App Refused: Erection Of Three Detached Houses With Garages  (76/969)
1978  Planning App Granted: REPLACEMENT DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE AT REAR OF DWELLING  (78/287)
1978  Planning App Granted: Extensions To Rear And Side Of Dwelling  (78/375)
1980  Planning App Granted: EXTENSION TO SIDE OF DWELLING, EXTENSION AND ERECTION OF CHIMNEY STACK AT FRONT OF DWELLING  (80/96)
1980  Planning App Granted: RETENTION OF FIRST FLOOR EXTENSION TO SIDE OF DWELLING  (80/1566)
1985  Planning App Refused: 2 dwellings & garages (85/752)
1997  Planning App Granted: 1st floor rear extension (97/1560)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £30

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £98

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £292

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

1925  Sale Price: £1150 (28 Sep 1925)  Advertised price  

1971  Sale Price: £9950 (27 Sep 1971)    Annual percentage change since 1925: +5%

1995  Sale Price: £138000 (20 Mar 1995)    Annual percentage change since 1971: +12%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  Part of Westfield and Tor Lodge smallholdings.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by either Thomas William Wells or Frederick William Smith



Westfield Studio Church Road DA3 8DT

Converted outbuilding

Building History

0  First Built

1985  Planning App Refused: 2 houses and garages adjoining (85/752)
1990  Planning App Refused: Demolition of existing dilapidated building anderection of the two storey four bedroom detachedhouse and detached garage(OUTLINE)  (90/1064)
2005  Planning App Not known: Lawful development certificate to remain as dwelling (05/2325)

Rates and Council Tax

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  Part of Westfield and Tor Lodge smallholdings.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by either Thomas William Wells or Frederick William Smith



Electricity Substation Church Road DA3 8DT

Utility apparatus

Building History

1959  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

Sales and Rents

1959  Sale Price: £100 (10 Aug 1959)  Site only  

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  Part of Westfield and Tor Lodge smallholdings.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by either Thomas William Wells or Frederick William Smith



Painswick Church Road DA3 8DT

3 bed

Detached bungalow (3 bed)

Building History

1961  First Built

1959  Planning App Granted: Substation adjoining (59/226)
1995  Planning App Granted: Erection of ground floor bay window extension.  (95/831)
1998  Planning App Granted: Single storey rear extension (98/136)
2001  Planning App Granted: Single storey side extension (01/2171)

Rates and Council Tax

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £84

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £302

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Flagged for review on sale

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  Part of Westfield and Tor Lodge smallholdings.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by either Thomas William Wells or Frederick William Smith



Radio House Church Road DA3 8DT

3 bed

Detached bungalow (4 bed)

Former Name(s): Elswyndor (to 1960)

Building History

1937  First Built

2007  Building demolished

2008  Rebuilding

1935  Planning App Granted: Timber Framed Bungalow (35/Meeting 1935-12-03)
1959  Planning App Granted: Extension to bungalow (59/242)
2007  Planning App Granted: Single storey extensions and other works (07/545)
2007  Planning App Granted: Reinstatement of original bungalow with alterations and extensions (07/1810)
2007  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 2 (materials) of permission ref SE/07/01810.  (07/3899)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £23

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £82

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £275

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

1993  Council Tax: D (£68-88K)  

2008  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

2006  Sale Price: £290000 (24 Oct 2006)    

2013  Sale Price: £500000 (15 Nov 2013)    Annual percentage change since 2006: +8%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1913  Part of Ardgowan smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Ambrose George Smith



Culvey Keys Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow

Former Name(s): Eirene (to 1963)

Building History

1945  First Built

2016  Rebuilding.  Building control completion notice 25/5/16

1937  Planning App Granted: Bungalow (37/Meeting 1937-07-06)
1969  Planning App Granted: Erect garage (69/128)
1971  Planning App Granted: Leisure room extension at rear (71/415)
2013  Planning App Withdrawn: Demolition of existing bungalow and erection of replacement two storey house and refuse/recycling enclosure (13/675)
2013  Planning App Refused: Demolish, replace with 4 bed bungalow (13/1583)
2013  Planning App Granted: Demolish, replace with 4 bed bungalow (13/2527)
2016  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 4 (soft landscaping) of planning permission SE/13/02527 (16/2)
2016  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 6 (code for sustainable homes) of planning permission SE/13/02527 (16/50)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £28

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £70

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £270

1993  Council Tax: E (£88-120K)  

2013  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

2016  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

2021  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2012  Sale Price: £320000 (30 Oct 2012)    

2021  Sale Price: £715000 (22 Jan 2021)  Planning permissions since previous sale  Annual percentage change since 2012: +10%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1913  Part of Ardgowan smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Ambrose George Smith



Harefield Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow (2 bedroom)

Former Name(s): Deravona Cottage (to 1990)

Building History

1936  First Built

1947  Rebuilding.  Architect's plan by Gerald E Burgess in Kent Archives (CKS U2724/B3/358)

1947  Planning App Granted: Bungalow (47/4342)
1969  Planning App Granted: Single storey extension to form lounge (69/308)
1994  Planning App Granted: Single storey extensions at side,front and rear incorporating replacement garage,and new open porch,as amended by letter dated18/8/94 and revised plans 6/9/94.  (94/1009)
1995  Planning App Granted: Details of external materials and finishes and boundary treatments pursuant to conditions 3 and 5 of planning permission SE/94/1009,as amended by letter and plan dated 17/11/95.  (95/2134)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £26

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £79

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £246

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

1957  Sale Price: £3000 (17 Sep 1957)  Advertised price (Kent Messenger 4.1.57)  

1967  Sale Price: £5250 (17 Jul 1967)    Annual percentage change since 1957: +6%

1989  Sale Price: £153000 (27 Jan 1989)    Annual percentage change since 1967: +17%

1993  Sale Price: £127000 (15 Oct 1993)    Annual percentage change since 1989: -4%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1913  Part of Ardgowan smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Ambrose George Smith



Nessun Dorma Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached chalet bungalow (5 bed)

Building History

1956  First Built

1954  Planning App Refused: Erect bungalow and garage between Ardgowan and Uknowme (54/204)
1954  Planning App Granted: (1956) Bungalow by Ardgowan (54/204.1)
1970  Planning App Granted: Extension for lounge, wine store and bathroom (70/173)
1973  Planning App Granted: Erect garage (73/Meeting Jun 73)
1974  Planning App Not known: FORMATION OF ROOM IN ROOF SPACE AND CONSTRUCTION OF DORMER WINDOW AT FRONT  (74/1026)
1975  Planning App Revoked: Room in roof space with dormer to rear (75/1026)
1975  Planning App Granted: Erection Of Front Extension To Dwelling  (75/1336)
2002  Planning App Granted: Replacement rear extension (02/2575)

Rates and Council Tax

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £94

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £364

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

2002  Sale Price: £295000 (8 May 2002)    

2013  Sale Price: £555000 (2 Jan 2013)    Annual percentage change since 2002: +6%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court

1913  Part of Ardgowan smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Ambrose George Smith



Ardgowan Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow

Former Name(s): Rona (1954)

Building History

1922  First Built

1921  Planning App Granted: Bungalow at Churchfield (21/Meeting 1921-06-21)
1954  Planning App Granted: Addition of porch and living room (54/39)
1968  Planning App Refused: 25 dwellings (68/415)
1975  Planning App Granted: single storey study extension (75/35)
1975  Planning App Granted: Erection Of Two Storey Lounge And Bedroom Extension On West Side  (75/1179)
1976  Planning App Granted: Double Domestic Garage And Side Extension To Dwelling  (76/836)
1980  Planning App Granted: REAR EXTENSION TO DWELLING  (80/131)
1980  Planning App Granted: DEMOLITION OF EXISTING TWO STABLES AND HAYSTORE AND ERECTION OF A BLOCK OF FOUR STABLES AND HAYSTORE  (80/712)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £27

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £70

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £229

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  (a) Part of 30 acre field called Westfield, belonging to Hartley Court; and (b) Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1913  Part of Ardgowan smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Ambrose George Smith



The Oakdene Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow (4 bed)

Building History

1933  First Built

1923  Planning App Granted: Addition to bungalow (23/Meeting 1923-06-19)
2007  Planning App Granted: Small single storey extension to existing kitchen/dining room  (07/3161)
2017  Planning App Granted: Proposed single storey extension to side. Roof alteration (17/2843)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £29

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £94

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £302

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Flagged for review on sale

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1921  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Alfred Crittenden



Rashleigh Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached chalet bungalow (5 bed)

Former Name(s): 1 Thames View (to 1967); also known as Swevenings at some point

Building History

1927  First Built

1967  Rebuilding

1959  Planning App Refused: Residential development (59/49)
1966  Planning App Refused: Two pairs of semi-detached bungalows (66/459)
1966  Planning App Granted: 2 detached bungalows with garages to replace existing dwellings (66/460)
1966  Planning App Granted: (1967) Details of 2 bungalows (66/460.1)
1969  Planning App Granted: Erect double garage (69/415)
2002  Planning App Refused: Extend loft accommodation; add dormers (02/1987)
2003  Planning App Granted: Extending existing dormer & constructing an additional dormer to the front of the property.  (03/666)
2009  Planning App Granted: Erection of single storey rear extension. (09/435)
2010  Planning App Refused: Part front wall (lawful development cert existing) (10/3520)
2010  Planning App Refused: Retention of part front wall and railings (retrospective) (10/3521)
2011  Planning App Granted: Part of the front wall as identified on drawing No.1688/12A (11/570)
2011  Planning App Refused: Erection of new wall with railings behind existing retained front boundary wall. Installation of x2 inner gates and x2 1m high gates to entrance. (11/3247)
2012  Planning App N/A: Reduction of front boundary wall and alteration of gates. (12/3137)
2018  Planning App Granted: Infill front dormer.  (18/3542)
2019  Planning App Granted: Installation of three flat rooflights in existing flat roof at rear. Installation of two side ground floor windows.  (19/3317)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £18

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £42

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £477

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

2001  Sale Price: £250000 (22 Jun 2001)    

2014  Sale Price: £795000 (2 Jul 2014)    Annual percentage change since 2001: +9%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1925  Part of Thamesview (1) smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Matilda Hoadley



Thamesview Farm Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached chalet bungalow (6 bed)

Former Name(s): 2 Thames View (to 1956)

Building History

1927  First Built

1967  Building demolished

1925  Planning App Granted: Timber framed bungalow (25/Meeting 1925-11-03)
1927  Planning App Granted: Additions to bungalow (27/Meeting 1927-04-05)
1927  Planning App Granted: Additions to bungalow (27/Meeting 1927-05-03)
1959  Planning App Refused: Residential development (59/49)
1966  Planning App Refused: Two pairs of semi-detached bungalows (66/459)
1966  Planning App Granted: 2 detached bungalows with garages to replace existing dwellings (66/460)
1966  Planning App Granted: (1967) Details of 2 bungalows (66/460.1)
1967  Planning App Granted: Extension of vehicular access (67/199)
2017  Planning App Refused: Proposed detached 2 bay garage (17/2373)
2018  Planning App Refused:  Demolition of chimneys and rear part of the existing garage, erection of a single storey rear extension, including the construction of four box dormers on the northern and southern roof slopes, incorporating Juliet balconies and a new porch and alterations to fenestration.  (18/57)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £22

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £52

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £432

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

2017  Sale Price: £565000 (21 Jun 2017)    

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  Thamesview (2) smallholdings.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Alfred Groom

1925  Part of Thamesview (1) smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Matilda Hoadley

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £18



The Ridge Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached chalet bungalow (4 bed)

Building History

1945  First Built

1963  Planning App Granted: Additional bedroom (63/499)
1974  Planning App Granted: THE ERECTION OF A KITCHEN EXTENSION AT REAR  (74/149)
1989  Planning App Granted: Reconstruct conservatory, add dormer window (89/1616)
1999  Planning App Granted: Rebuilding and extension to existing flank room and 1st floor extension at rear.  (99/2534)
2012  Planning App N/A: Demolition of garage and shed, erect 2 storey side extension (12/3329)
2013  Planning App Granted: Retention and use of outbuildings as domestic store and garage (13/1462)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £27

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £72

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £302

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1954  Sale Price: £2250 (1 Jan 1954)  Surveyor's valuation for mortgage to Dartford RDC of £1,280 over 25 years at 4¼%  

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1928  Part of remaining land still in the hands of Small Owners Limited bought by Jane Foote Maxton



Rose Cottage Farm Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow

Building History

1922  First Built

1922  Planning App Granted: Timber framed bungalow (22/Meeting 1922-09-12)
1926  Planning App Granted: Additions to bungalow (26/Meeting 1926-05-04)
1930  Planning App Granted: 2 brick and breeze block bungalows (30/Meeting 1930-09-02)
1979  Planning App Granted: Extension to side (79/544)
2003  Planning App Granted: Stationing of a mobile home within the residential curtilage for use as a family annexe, incidental to the enjoyment of the main dwelling house.  (03/1395)
2016  Planning App Granted: Loft conversion including the installation of roof-lights to front. Side roof extension to accommodate rear dormer. Demolition of existing rear extension, and formation of larger single storey rear extension with roof lantern.  (16/3037)
2021  Planning App Refused: Demolition of existing dwelling and erection of 2 storey chalet dwelling, formation of new driveway and new vehicle access to Bellmouth entrance to Church Road and associated landscaping.  (21/693)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £26

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £62

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £250

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2009  Sale Price: £460000 (9 Apr 2009)    

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1928  Part of remaining land still in the hands of Small Owners Limited bought by Jane Foote Maxton



The Glebe Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached chalet bungalow

Building History

1930  First Built

1930  Planning App Granted: 2 brick and breeze block bungalows (30/Meeting 1930-09-02)
1940  Planning App Refused: Corrugated iron store shed (40/Meeting 1940-01-02)
1975  Planning App Not known: Demolition Of Existing Garage And Erection Of Detached Double Garage At Side  (75/1045)
1977  Planning App Granted: Extension To Rear Of Dwelling Incorporating A Garage  (77/474)
1979  Planning App Granted: EXTENSION TO REAR OF DWELLING  (79/550)
1981  Planning App Not Known: DORMER EXTENSIONS TO DWELLING  (81/264)
1981  Planning App Granted: 1ST FLOOR EXTENSION TO DWELLING  (81/265)
1989  Planning App Granted: Conservatory (89/1013)
1990  Planning App Not Known: Replacement of flat roof on domesticgarage to pitched roof(Section 64)  (90/1849)
2007  Planning App Refused: Replacement porch (07/2670)
2008  Planning App Refused: Replacement Porch (08/2319)
2008  Planning App Granted: Replacement porch (08/3392)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £30

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £74

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £244

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1928  Part of remaining land still in the hands of Small Owners Limited bought by Jane Foote Maxton



Wild Acre Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow

Former Name(s): Ivydene (to 1998)

Building History

1927  First Built

1927  Planning App Granted: Timber frambed bungalow (27/Meeting 1927-09-06)
1966  Planning App Not known: Extension (66/198)
1966  Planning App Granted: Garage (66/511)
1969  Planning App Refused: Demolish and replace with 2 detached dwellings with garages (69/457)
1973  Planning App Refused: Erect detached bunglow adjoining for applicant's disabled brother (73/Meeting Jun 73)
1976  Planning App Withdrawn: Extension To Side Of Dwelling  (76/1127)
1977  Planning App Granted: Extension To Side Of Dwelling  (77/284)
1981  Planning App Granted: EXTENSION AND PORCH TO DWELLING  (81/215)
1991  Planning App Granted: Replacement of existing flat roofareas with pitched roof and replacementconservatory to rear,as amended by letterand plans received 13/8/91.  (91/1139)
2001  Planning App Refused: Demolish conservatory, erect sunlounge (01/1787)
2002  Planning App Refused: Detached garage with pitched roof (02/1088)
2003  Planning App Granted: Single storey extension to replace conservatory (03/1144)
2004  Planning App Refused: Single storey infill extension at rear of property (04/2212)
2014  Planning App Granted: Outbuilding replacement (retrospective). (14/3040)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £24

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £58

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £202

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Flagged for review on sale

Sales and Rents

1998  Sale Price: £210000 (12 Mar 1998)    

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1914  Part of Kenrise etc smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Arthur William Percy Lewington



Kenrise Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached bungalow (4 bed)

Building History

0  First Built

1962  Planning App Refused: Private garage in front garden (62/412)
1962  Planning App Granted: Private garage - amended application (62/412.1)
1968  Planning App Refused: Erect dwelling on land adjoining (68/455)
2001  Planning App Granted: Rooms in roof (01/2120)
2011  Planning App Granted: Single storey rear extension (11/212)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £26

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £64

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £295

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

1962  Sale Price: £3500 (31 Aug 1962)    

1997  Sale Price: £148000 (12 Sep 1997)    Annual percentage change since 1962: +11%

2006  Sale Price: £413500 (10 Nov 2006)    Annual percentage change since 1997: +12%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1914  Part of Kenrise etc smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Arthur William Percy Lewington



Greystones Church Road DA3 8DT

Detached chalet bungalow

Former Name(s): Mayfield (to 1970)

Building History

1939  First Built

1954  Planning App Granted: Erect dwelling on land adjoining (54/95)
1955  Planning App Refused: Dwelling at rear of Greystones (55/441)
1965  Planning App Refused: Erect dwelling and garage adjoining (65/299)
1978  Planning App Granted: EXTENSION AND DORMER WINDOW AT REAR OF DWELLING  (78/334)
2002  Planning App Refused: Single storey rear extension and detached garage (02/1174)
2003  Planning App Refused: Single storey rear extension (03/1422)
2005  Planning App Granted: Single storey extension to rear, demolish garage and carport (05/678)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £40

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £102

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £379

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1914  Part of Kenrise etc smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Arthur William Percy Lewington



Windy Ridge Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached bungalow

Building History

1927  First Built

1924  Planning App Granted: Brick Bungalow (24/Meeting 1924-06-17)
1945  Planning App Refused: Temporary wooden workshop at back (45/3461)
1949  Planning App Granted: Erect wash house and WC (49/49)
1992  Planning App Granted: Single storey extensions at rear  (92/1737)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £40

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £106

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £337

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Horace Trevor Penney



Barnfield Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached bungalow

Building History

1954  First Built

1953  Planning App Granted: Erect dwelling house between Windy Ridge & Vailima (53/29)
1980  Planning App Refused: ERECTION OF ONE DETACHED BUNGALOW  (80/867)
1982  Planning App Granted: Extension To Dwelling Incorporating A Double Garage And Alterations To Existing Vehicular Access  (82/808)
1984  Planning App Granted: Convert bungalow to 4/5 bed chalet (84/1603)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £35

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £84

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £309

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1924  Part of Banfield smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Sydney Phillip Black



Greenholme Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached bungalow

Former Name(s): Vailima (to 1999)

Building History

1923  First Built

1923  Planning App Granted: Brick bungalow and 2 Brick and timber bungalows (23/Meeting 1923-01-30)
1988  Planning App Granted: Pitched roof over existing extension  (88/572)
2000  Planning App Granted: Garage attachement to bungalow (00/2266)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £28

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £70

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £356

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

1999  Sale Price: £235000 (25 Oct 1999)    

2020  Sale Price: £605000 (31 Jan 2020)    Annual percentage change since 1999: +5%

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  (House plot) Part of Restharrow (north) smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Whitridge Houghton Chisholm

1924  (Back garden) Part of Restharrow (south) smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Whitridge Houghton Chisholm



Thrush Green Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached house (5 bed)

Former Name(s): Mavis Bank (to 1995)

Building History

1923  First Built

1923  Planning App Granted: Brick bungalow and 2 Brick and timber bungalows (23/Meeting 1923-01-30)
1989  Planning App Granted: Extension (89/2075)
1990  Planning App Granted: Double garage (90/66)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £31

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £82

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £280

1993  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  

Sales and Rents

2014  Sale Price: £750000 (12 Feb 2014)    

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  (House plot) Part of Restharrow (north) smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Whitridge Houghton Chisholm

1924  (Back garden) Part of Restharrow (south) smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Whitridge Houghton Chisholm



Restharrow Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached house

Building History

1923  First Built

1923  Planning App Granted: Brick bungalow and 2 Brick and timber bungalows (23/Meeting 1923-01-30)
1986  Planning App Granted: Extension incorporating double garage (86/969)
2015  Planning App Refused: First floor extension over existing garage, conversion of existing garage to habitable. New Garage to front Garden (15/2337)
2016  Planning App Granted: First floor extension over existing garage, conversion of existing garage to habitable (16/1797)
2018  Planning App Granted:  Details pursant to condition 3 (Pruning and tree protection measures) of planning permission: 16/01797/HOUSE.  (18/1145)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £38

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £94

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £316

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1923  (House plot) Part of Restharrow (north) smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Whitridge Houghton Chisholm

1924  (Back garden) Part of Restharrow (south) smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Whitridge Houghton Chisholm



Cavan Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached bungalow

Building History

1951  First Built

1964  Planning App Refused: Bungalow adjoining Cavan (now Field End) (64/299)
1980  Planning App Granted: EXTENSION TO REAR OF DWELLING  (80/150)
1987  Planning App Granted: AS TO WHETHER THE ERECTION OF A GARAGE CONSTITUTES DEVELOPMENT FOR WHICH PLANNING PERMISSION IS REQUIRED  (87/2043)
2019  Planning App Refused: Confirmation that a new log cabin can be used for ancillary accommodation lawfully.  (19/2606)
2019  Planning App Granted: Confirming the use of land for residential purposes, falling within Class C3.  (19/3558)
2020  Planning App Granted: Confirmation that a new log cabin can be used for ancillary accommodation lawfully (20/474)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £34

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £94

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £337

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1915  Part of Cavan smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by William McAulay



Field End Church Road DA3 8DY

Detached house

Former Name(s): Cavan (to 1951)

Building History

1927  First Built

1969  Planning App Granted: Alterations and additions to form extension to ground floor lounge and 1st floor bedroom, add dormer (69/679)
1978  Planning App Granted: Extension To Rear Of Dwelling Incorporating A Double Garage  (78/68)
1986  Planning App Granted: Boat store (86/486)
1986  Planning App Granted: Dormer window and pitched roof over garage (86/491)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £35

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £86

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £348

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1392  Part of 100 acre field called The Rede, belonging to Hartley Court

1844  Part of 16 acre field called Church Field, belonging to Hartley Court

1915  Part of Cavan smallholding.  Bought from Small Owners Limited by William McAulay



Ship Cottage Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house (3 bed)

Former Name(s): Providence (to 1950)

Building History

1918  First Built

1999  Planning App Withdrawn: 2 storey detached extension; detached garage with storage above (99/2133)
2000  Planning App Granted: Demolish single storey rear extension, replace with 2 storey rear extension (00/2304)
2001  Planning App Granted: Erect outbuilding (01/1484)
2015  Planning App Withdrawn: Single storey extension to the North Elevation and timber cladding to the adjacent existing external wall in order to create porch (15/644)
2015  Planning App Granted: Single storey extension with rooflight to the South Elevation and timber cladding to the adjacent existing external wall  (15/1493)
2019  Planning App Refused: Ship Cottage Church Road Hartley KENT DA3 8DZ (19/3516)
2022  Planning App Refused: Single Storey Side Extension (Lawful Development Certificate) (22/26)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £25

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £58

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £191

2010  Council Tax: F (£120-160K)  Formerly Band G (1993), then Band E (1993-2010)

Sales and Rents

1951  Sale Price: £1900 (6 Mar 1951)  Mortgage valuation  

1996  Sale Price: £140000 (21 Jun 1996)    Annual percentage change since 1951: +10%

2010  Sale Price: £695000 (1 Oct 2010)    Annual percentage change since 1996: +12%

Site History

1844  Part of unnamed 5 acre field, belonging to Hartley Hill Cottage

1913  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Ernest Alfred Jackson



The Willows Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached bungalow

Building History

1980  First Built

2006  Planning App Refused: Pitched roof ground floor rear extension with rendered walls and internal alterations (06/537)
2006  Planning App Granted: Ground floor rear, side and front elevations (06/1359)

Rates and Council Tax

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

2014  Sale Price: £725000 (2 Jun 2014)    

2022  Sale Price: £1175000 (8 Jun 2022)  Marketed (8/6/22) at £1,175,000  Annual percentage change since 2014: +6%

Site History

1844  Part of unnamed 5 acre field, belonging to Hartley Hill Cottage

1917  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Edward James Cliff



The Willows (Kennels) Church Road DA3 8DZ

Building History

1995  First Built

Rates and Council Tax

1995  Gross Rateable Value: £950

2000  Gross Rateable Value: £1700

Sales and Rents

Site History

1844  Part of unnamed 5 acre field, belonging to Hartley Hill Cottage



Applegarth Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house

Building History

1918  First Built

1954  Planning App Refused: Erect house   (54/233)
1974  Planning App Refused: THE ERECTION OF A DETACHED DWELLING (74/343)
1978  Planning App Refused: ERECTION OF ONE DETACHED HOUSE AND GARAGE FOR OCCUPATION BY AGRICULTURAL WORKER (78/253)
1979  Planning App Refused: ERECTION OF ONE DETACHED BUNGALOW AND GARAGE (79/558)
1980  Planning App Granted: ERECTION OF ONE DETACHED BUNGALOW AND GARAGE FOR OCCUPATION BY AGRICULTURAL WORKER (80/1050)
1980  Planning App Granted: DETAILS OF ONE DETACHED BUNGALOW AND GARAGE (80/1050.1)
1982  Planning App Granted: Dormer Window To Dwelling Under Construction  (82/660)
1985  Planning App Refused: Variation of agricultural condition (85/460)
1985  Planning App Refused: Removal of agricultural condition (85/461)
1987  Planning App Granted: Animal boarding (87/197)
1999  Planning App Granted: Continue to use as residential without agricultural occupancy condition (99/1625)
2004  Planning App Granted: 1st floor extension (04/2658)
2015  Planning App Granted: Demolition of existing kennels and stables, erection of replacement stables, installation of 20m x 40m riding menage and associated external works (15/643)
2015  Planning App Granted: Conversion of the garage into habitable accommodation, reforming roof above and creating habitable accommodation in the loft space. (15/1020)
2015  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 4 (land levels) of SE/15/00643/FUL  (15/1448)
2015  Planning App Granted: Details pursuant to condition 7 (landscaping) of SE/15/00643/FUL  (15/1460)
2022  Planning App Refused: Single storey rear extension, dormer extension with balcony to the rear and dormer window to the front. Changes to the roof along with the addition of rooflights. Alterations to fenestration.  (22/2618)
2022  Planning App Refused: Single storey rear extension, dormer extension with balcony to the rear and dormer window to the front. Changes to the roof along with the addition of rooflights. Alterations to fenestration. (22/2618)
2022  Planning App Granted: Two storey rear extension with balcony, Alterations to existing dormer. proposed new front dormer, alterations to fenestration (22/3319)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £35

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £86

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £239

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1844  Part of unnamed 5 acre field, belonging to Hartley Hill Cottage



Goodwins Cottage Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached chalet cottage (3 bedroom)

Building History

1600  First Built

1953  Planning App Granted: Additions (53/6910)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £40

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £90

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £367

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1998  Sale Price: £266000 (14 Aug 1998)  Marketed at £275,000 (Sevenoaks Chronicle 14.5.1998)  

2021  Sale Price: £577000 (15 Jun 2021)    Annual percentage change since 1998: +3%

Site History

1669  Holding in its own right



Orchard House Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house

Former Name(s): Whiffin Cottage (to 1982)

Building History

1600  First Built

1940  Building demolished when RAF plane crashed into house

1948  Rebuilding

1974  Planning App Granted: THE ERECTION OF A TWO STOREY GARAGE BEDROOM AND BATHROOM EXTENSION AT SIDE  (74/380)
1977  Planning App Granted: Extension To Rear Of Dwelling  (77/235)
1982  Planning App Granted: Extension To Dwelling  (82/918)
1999  Planning App Granted: Use land as domestic garden (99/157)
1999  Planning App N/A: Convert garage to study, erect double garage and store (99/622)
1999  Planning App Granted: Application for Lawful Development Certificate (Proposed) as to whether the creation of a detached garage constitutes development for which planning permission is required. (99/2292)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £37

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £86

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £281

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1997  Sale Price: £275000 (11 Jun 1997)    

Site History

1669  Holding in its own right



Hamilton Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house

Former Name(s): Anzac Cottage (to 1949)

Building History

1918  First Built

1947  Planning App Granted: Extensions (47/4130)
1956  Planning App Granted: Additions to house (56/157)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £29

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £32

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £82

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £276

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1615  Part of 2½ acre field called Uppermost Croft, sold by Elizabeth Pase of Whiffen's Cottage to Katherine Ellis of Hartley Hill Cottage

1844  Part of 2½ acre field called Hartley Field, a separate landholding

1915  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Edward James Cliff



Woodbury Lodge Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached house (4 bed)

Former Name(s): Eastry (to 1964); Boreen (1964-1995); Lyndela (1995-1998)

Building History

1938  First Built

1964  Rebuilding

1939  Planning App Granted: Additions and Sanitary arrangements to existing bungalow off church Road (39/3098)
1975  Planning App Granted: Building comprising workshop, garage and shed (75/4)
1982  Planning App Refused: Partial Demolition Of Dwelling And Erection Of Two Storey Extension  (82/3)
1989  Planning App Refused: Demolish, replace with 5 bed 3 garage house (89/300)
1989  Planning App Refused: Temporary stationing of caravan (89/2305)
1998  Planning App Granted:  (98/2128)
1999  Planning App Granted: Details of external finishes (v 1998/2128) (99/1679)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £10

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £25

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £216

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

1998  Sale Price: £300000 (6 Jul 1998)    

2011  Sale Price: £650000 (7 Apr 2011)    Annual percentage change since 1998: +6%

Site History

1615  Part of 2½ acre field called Uppermost Croft, sold by Elizabeth Pase of Whiffen's Cottage to Katherine Ellis of Hartley Hill Cottage

1844  Part of 2½ acre field called Hartley Field, a separate landholding

1915  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Edward James Cliff



Grosvenor Church Road DA3 8DZ

Detached bungalow

Former Name(s): Marylands (to 1936)

Building History

1925  First Built

1925  Planning App Granted: Timber Framed Bungalow (25/Meeting 1925-03-24)
1937  Planning App Refused: Dog Kennel at rear of Marylands (37/Meeting 1937-02-02)
1962  Planning App Refused: Erect 14 bungalows and garages (62/610)
1971  Planning App Refused: Erect detached bungalow and garage (71/405)
1978  Planning App Granted: Front Porch To Dwelling  (78/1681)

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £32

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £86

1972  Gross Rateable Value: £120

1993  Council Tax: G (£160-320K)  

Sales and Rents

Site History

1615  Part of 2½ acre field called Uppermost Croft, sold by Elizabeth Pase of Whiffen's Cottage to Katherine Ellis of Hartley Hill Cottage

1844  Part of 2½ acre field called Hartley Field, a separate landholding

1915  Bought from Small Owners Limited by Edward James Cliff

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £25

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £27



1 New Hayes Cotts (Demolished) Church Road DA3 8DZ

Building History

1868  First Built

1968  Building demolished

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £8

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £18

Sales and Rents

Site History



2 New Hayes Cotts (Demolished) Church Road DA3 8DZ

Building History

1868  First Built

1968  Building demolished

Rates and Council Tax

1956  Gross Rateable Value: £8

1963  Gross Rateable Value: £18

Sales and Rents

Site History



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