Houses & unusual buildings in Kent
Discover a variety of houses and unusual buildings in Kent. Now all you need to do is decide which place to visit first...
This picturesque timber-framed manor house, surrounded by a moat, is nestled in the Kentish countryside. With nearly 700 years of history - from a crypt to a Grade I listed dog kennel - it has many stories to tell.
An archbishop’s palace, Henry VIII’s hunting ground, a literary inspiration to Virginia Woolf and home to the Sackville family. Knole is one of Britain’s most important and complete historic homes - packed with the treasures of kings.
Scotney Castle is two homes in one: a Victorian mansion and a ruined medieval castle. Inside the newer home, the rooms reflect the various eras of its life and appear as though their last owner has just left – if you’re lucky you might see her cat...
The much-loved family home of Sir Winston Churchill – Chartwell was the place where he could leave politics and enjoy simple pleasures, such as gardening and painting. Today the rooms are much as they were when Churchill lived here.
A Victorian gem, a saviour for sailors and a site of pioneering experiments, this unique building is packed with stories. Set on top of the White Cliffs of Dover, you can enjoy views across the Channel and even borrow a kite at South Foreland Lighthouse.
This little treasure was the boyhood home of General James Wolfe. You can uncover the glory and tragedy of his victory at Quebec, as well as discovering what life in was like in an 18th-century family home.
A warm welcome awaits you from the resident tenant of this small but captivating timber-framed house surrounded by a beautiful garden. You can also feast your eyes on an impressive collection of