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  • Detached house for sale

    Main Road, Longfield, Kent DA3

    5 2 2

    Guide Price £700,000 to £750,000. This impressive five bedroom executive home is well presented and boasts about 2000 sq ft plus a 0.3 acre plot with a beautiful tiered garden to escape into. ... read more

    Your Move - Longfield

    Your Move - Longfield

    • Large Garden
    • Garage
  • Detached house for sale

    Chartwell Lane, Longfield DA3

    5 2 2

    £600,000 - £620,000 Property features • Five Bedroom Detached • Double Car Barn with parking for six Cars • Fabulous Master Suite • 0.2 Miles from Longfield Station • EPC Grade B Offered ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Detached house for sale

    Bradbrook Drive, Longfield DA3

    5 3 2

    **guide price £600,000 - £650,000**luxury five bedroom detached home**exclusive chase development**two en-suite bathrooms**open plan kitchen/dining room**study**downstairs cloakroom**carport ... read more

    Purplebricks, Head Office

    Purplebricks, Head Office

  • Detached house for sale

    Bradbrook Drive, Longfield, Kent DA3

    5 1 2

    Guide Price £600,000 to £625,000. This immaculate five bedroom detached home is within a development of executive homes built circa 2013 located within close proximity to Longfield High ... read more

    Your Move - Longfield

    Your Move - Longfield

    • Parking
    • En Suite
  • Bungalow for sale

    Essex Road, Longfield, Kent DA3

    3 1 2

    Tardis! Superb extertainment bungalow. Indoor/outdoor pool and bar. 3 Bed detached bungalow, with log cabin rooms, situated in the village of Longfield. Walking distance to Longfield Station ... read more

    Orange Property Services Ltd

    Orange Property Services Ltd

  • Bungalow for sale

    Fawkham Road, Longfield, Kent DA3

    3 2 2

    Great location! A rare opportunity to secure a detached bungalow right in the centre of Longfield and hence being within close proximity of all the main local amenities. This fantastic three ... read more

    Your Move - Longfield

    Your Move - Longfield

  • Bungalow for sale

    Main Road, Longfield, Kent DA3

    4 2

    Offered chain free this four bedroom detached bungalow with detached garage to side offers good ground floor accommodation and an ideal blank canvas opportunity whilst located under half a ... read more

    Your Move - Longfield

    Your Move - Longfield

    • Garage
    • City Centre
  • Semi-detached house for sale

    Main Road, Longfield, Kent DA3

    4 2 2

    This four bedroom semi detached house is presented in good decorative order and benefits from two receptions, utility room and 65' rear garden. Having been extended on the ground floor to the ... read more

    Your Move - Longfield

    Your Move - Longfield

    • Parking
    • Extension
  • Cottage for sale

    Whitehill Road, Longfield, Kent DA3

    2 1 1

    Charm and character best describe this wonderful cottage in the sought after village of Longfield. Easy walking distance to Longfield station with direct links into London Victoria. Room ... read more

    Wards

    Wards

  • Bungalow for sale

    Heaver Court, Brickfield Farm Close, Longfield, Kent DA3

    1 1 1

    A rare opportunity to acquire this one bedroom retirement bungalow, which is offered to the market with no onward-chain. Upon entry, the property boasts a spacious entrance hall. This leads ... read more

    Keller Williams - Kent & South London

    Keller Williams - Kent & ...

Living in Longfield: The local area guide

Longfield is an ancient village situated in the Dartford Borough of Kent, just 6 miles away from Gravesend. Longfield's history dates back to centuries ago, when it was formerly known as 'Langafel' in the Domesday book of 1086. It is home to the St Mary Magdalene church, which is listed as Grade II. The building itself is from the 13th century, leading many to think this was the time of its inception. However, further inspection of the church actually uncovered hidden construction that dates back to the 11th century such as the flint work used and the herring-bone fashion, clear indications that the Normans were involved in its origins. The church has since been through a myriad of renovations, particularly during the Victorian era.

Longfield has been a civil parish since 1987 and also covers New Barn and Longfield Hill. It is also incredibly scenic and peaceful when compared to the city life, making it a highly sought after location to live, especially when you consider how easy it is to venture into London. Over the years, the area has become more urban to suit the growing needs of residents, but the village still retains its charm, and the community are very close knit.

Demographics

Out of the 4,919 locals residing in Longfield, 36.6% fall into the lower middle class category, consisting of mainly supervisor/clerical and junior management, administrative or professional. 29.8% are in the upper and middle class category, in the higher administrative, managerial or professional sectors.

92.4% are White English, with Indian being the second ranked ethnicity with 2.5%. On the whole, Longfield has a healthy population with 46.9% falling into the very good category and 34.8% marked as good.

Detached housing counts for around 51% in Longfield, with semi-detatched at 31.1%. Flats only make 3.1% of the total, while terraced properties are at 9.4%.

Each year, the community comes together at the Longfield Festival in Fawkham Road, where local charity groups and volunteers come together to give residents a fun family day, with live music, climbing walls, food, a dog show, and a beer tent.

Education

Education is always a key factor when you have children, luckily in Longfield, there are excellent choices for your family. For primary education, the Langafel and Fawkham Primary schools are Church of England institutions and have good ratings from Ofsted.

Longfield Academy, which educates 11 years and older, also has good ratings from Ofsted, and recently attained their best ever results with 63% of pupils achieving 5 A* - C grades, including English and Maths.

Transport

Longfield Railway Station has been a fixture in the village since 1872, where you can take the train to London Victoria in a mere half hour. It also connects to Gillingham, which is about a 20-minute journey. The A21 trunk road is connected to Longfield, and provides access to London, Essex, Hastings and the rest of Kent. Drivers can make the commute to Lewisham, London in around 30 minutes.

Amenities and shopping

Due to its rural nature, you might expect it to be rather limited in terms of amenities, but this is not the case. There is a Waitrose located at the top of Longfield High Street, as well as a Boots and a multitude of other convenience stores. A Shell petrol station can also be found in the village, as well as 3 banks and a post office. Bluewater Shopping Centre is only 5 miles away, where there are over 300 different stores and 60 places to eat.

There are a few lovely places to dine out in Longfield, for instance, The Monroes Restaurant serves up some fine British cuisine, or the Taste Of China, which can be found by the railway station if you are craving something more Eastern infused.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact editor@primelocation.com

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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