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Bearsted Area Guide

Bearsted Area Guide

Living in Bearsted

Bearsted is an attractive Kentish village with a population of around eight. It’s situated close to the county town of Maidstone.

A little stream called the Lilk runs through the village, and two pubs and a cricket club watch over a lovely green. The old village centred around the green is very picturesque. Bearsted even has its own train station with direct lines to London.

Nearby Maidstone is the largest town in Kent, the county town adoringly known as the Garden of England due to its fame for growing fruit and hops.

Our Branch

85 King Street, Maidstone, Kent ME14 1BG

A blissful setting

A blissful setting

Bearsted is in a blissful setting with beautiful surrounding countryside. There’s a park and two main conservation areas in the village, including many Grade II listed buildings.

Another huge draw, and a more modern one, to living in Bearsted is its proximity to London, the south-east coast of England, and the rest of Europe across the English Channel. No less than four motorways are within a few miles of Bearsted.

Property Prices

Average Property Price
£339,912
£371 per Square Foot
Price change
-2.3%
In the last 12 months
Price change
+10.9%
In the last 5 years
287 Properties Sold
In the last 12 months

Property prices by type

Detached

Average price
£609,512
Price changeLast 12 months
-0.0%
% of Market
15.7%

Semi Detached

Average price
£411,185
Price changeLast 12 months
-2.7%
% of Market
30.3%

Terraced

Average price
£293,142
Price changeLast 12 months
+1.5%
% of Market
27.9%

Flats

Average price
£181,017
Price changeLast 12 months
-6.6%
% of Market
26.1%

Rental market average price

Rental values
have changed by
-2.3%
In the last 12 months
How much do houses let for?
£1,401
Per calendar month
How much do flats let for?
£1,059
Per calendar month
What is the average
annual rental yield?
5.53%
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