Hadlow Tower is a magnificant four bedroom family home with a difference. The Tower rises to 175ft making it taller than Nelson's Column. Sitting on the edge of the Kent village of Hadlow it provides 3500 sq feet of high quality accommodation over five floors. It boasts unrivalled views over the Kent countryside, whilst being within easy reach of London.
On the outside Hadlow Tower is pure gothic fantasy, on the inside it is a spectacular family home.
The house is laid out over eight floors and accommodation is spread across the lower ones. There are four bedrooms, with the master bedroom situated on the fourth floor with walk-in wardrobe, direct access to the roof terrace on the ancillary tower, and its own private bathroom above. In addition, the Tower has a drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and media room/Hall which is on the ground floor. There is a fully serviced lift connecting the first four floors in addition to two turret staircases. The sixth floor makes a particularly grand home office, accessed by a beautiful, modern spiral staircase. The seventh and eighth floors give access to the parapet-walkway, which affords the finest 360 degree panoramic views in Kent.
The quality of the finish in the Tower is clearly evident. After years of lying semi-derelict after the war, £4.5 million was spent refurbishing the Tower with grants from National Heritage Lottery Fund and English Heritage. The restoration won the prestigious Angel Award for its quality of craftsmanship.
There is a private garden and parking, communal castle estate grounds with croquet lawn and ornamental boating lake. In all about 3.45 acres (2.89 acres communal grounds and 0.56 acre private grounds)
Hadlow Tower is situated on the edge of Hadlow village. The village benefits from a good range of local services including a doctor's surgery, dentist, school, chemist, post office, several shops, pubs and a restaurant. A more comprehensive range of educational, recreational and shopping facilities, together with main line station serving London Cannon Street/Charing Cross can be found at both Tonbridge and Sevenoaks.