Lettings and sales in Lamberhurst

The village

Lamberhurst is a scenic country village with an ancient history in a central Kent location. Since the Lamberhurst bypass was built a few years ago the village which was once very busy with traffic has now gone back to being a peacefull village and an ideal place to buy or let a property. There are no letting agents or estate agents specifically based in Lamberhurst but Randalls have been letting and managing properties in Lamberhurst Kent for many years. If you would like more infomation on letting or selling your property in Lamberhurst please don't hesitate tocontact us.

Prior to the Industrial Revolution, Lamberhurst was a centre for the Wealden iron industry, originally set up during Roman times. Since then it had some importance for the hop industry; was home to Margaret Thatcher; acquired an extensive golf course; has controversially been by-passed; and played a major role in English wine production. The Church of England parish church is 0.5 miles (0.80 km) east of the village. The Church of St Mary The Virgin, is a Grade I listed building and includes stained glass by John Piper. Lamberhurst civil parish on formation when they first became possible in the 19th century was in both Kent and East Sussex. The line of the county border was adjusted following the Local Government Act 1894, which required that parish boundaries be aligned with counties.


Living in Lamberhurst


When letting or buying a property in Lamberhurst often one of the main considerations will be the schools. Although there are no secondary schools in Lamberhurst there is the Fidgets pre-school and nursery and Lamberhurst St. Mary's Church of England (VC) Primary School both which both have a very good reputation for child care and young learning.


Lamberhurst has its own cricket club which was formed in 2001 from merging with the Kilndown Club. There is also the Lamberhurst bowles club which meets every 6pm weather permitting. Further afield but not far is Bewl Water which has a huge amount water activities including windsurfing, sailing and boating.


There is no nightlife in Lamberhurst but there are some very good places to eat and drink. The Chequers Inn has a fine restaurant and also rooms in which to stay. The Brown Trout is a traditional local pub that serves good food and local ale. The Swan at the Vineyard is serves food and wine from around the world and has a great outdoor space for relaxing in come summer.