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The local area guide to living in Sevenoaks

Sevenoaks is located on the west of Kent, and just a mere 21 miles away from Charing Cross. It was in the 13th century that a market was formed, leading to a settlement in the area. In the 15th century, the creation of Knole House furthered the development of the village. Knole is one of the largest properties in England, with 365 rooms, 52 staircases and seven courtyards, and is a civil parish that is still to this day, inhabited by the same family, the Sackvilles. The Chartwell property is also situated in Sevenoaks, and was much loved by the Churchill family.

As well as a rich history, Sevenoaks features some gorgeous countryside scenery, beautiful gardens, and the remains of Roman architecture. Nature lovers will fall in love with the medieval woodlands of The High Weald, with its uniquely shaped fields and ancient route ways. Riverhill Himalayan Gardens is an ideal destination to take the family, and are known for their carpets of bluebells in the woodland during Spring time, as well as rhododendrons and azaleas. The hilled gardens are full of history, and provide a breath-taking backdrop, particularly when the weather is good.

Information about the local residents

The population of Sevenoaks is around 114,893, with the average age being 41. 97.4% of the population are English speakers, followed by 0.4% speaking Polish, and 0.2% speaking French. Christianity is the highest represented religion in Sevenoaks at 65.4%, followed by no religion at 24.7%, and Muslim at 0.5%. When it comes to occupations, 19.2% are professionals, 14.5% are associate professional and technical, and 14.4% are managers, directors and senior officials. Sevenoaks is a well off area, with the average wages being the second highest in Kent, and above the national average.

Nearby schools

For primary education, St Thomas' Catholic and Lady Boswell's Church of England School both come with very good reputations. When it comes to secondary education, there is just the Knole Academy, which has merged with the Wildernesse School for boys and Bradbourne School for girls. There are however a range of independent private schools in the area, including the prestigious Sevenoaks School which specialises in the International Baccalaureate.

Getting around

Sevenoaks offers good access to surrounding areas, and is right next to the M25, the M20 and the A21. London is also accessible by train, with the main line stopping at London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross. There is also an active bus service, where you can get to places such as Gravesend, Bromley and Bluewater. The fantastic connections to London has meant that Sevenoaks is a core commuter town, with the journey only taking 33 minutes to Charing Cross.

Local shops

For all shopping needs, look no further than the High Street and London Road, with plenty of popular outlets available here. Bligh's Meadow can be found in between the two streets, and is a shopping centre with a number of familiar shops such as Gap, Holland & Barrett, and Robert Dyas, to name a few. There are regular markets scattered across Sevenoaks, where you can find local produce, arts, and crafts. In St John's Road, there are a few independent stores that sell some quite unique and unusual things.

There are a number of excellent pubs and bars in Sevenoaks, The George and Dragon is a historic gastropub with a vegetable garden, that can be found on the High Street. The White Hart is a 300 year old pub, with different architectural styles and a lovely patio garden.

A visit to Knole Park is always well worth it, with beautiful scenic walks, and the opportunity to cycle along the bike tracks that stretch on for miles.

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