The charming village of Marden is an idyllic example of why Kent is known as the ‘Garden of England’. This historic and picturesque area, acclaimed for its apple-growing in surrounding pretty orchards makes a pleasant setting to delight in a lifestyle that many can only dream of.
Marden has many local amenities including a railway station, which offers direct trains to heart of London in under an hour. Marden has good road links to the A229 and A21, which makes for easy access to the vibrant towns of Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells. The village itself has a friendly feel with several clubs, sporting societies and a primary school, making it a great location for families with younger children.
There’s a village farmshop, bakery, pharmacy, and of course a local pub -The Unicorn. Marden’s library houses archives from its 1,000-year history. Nature-lovers will appreciate the nearby Marden Meadows – this Site of Special Scientific Interest, with rare plants and animals boasts one of the best remaining examples of unimproved haymeadows in Kent.