Living. At Hartridge Farm

Your permanent residence, on the sunny banks of the River Medway

Residential Living at Hartridge Farm

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Hartridge Farm Residential Park

Welcome to Hartridge Farm

Just 3 miles from the county town of Maidstone, Hartridge Farm lies on the banks of the River Medway in the beautiful Kent village of East Farleigh.

The park can accommodate single and twin units, with all residents having exclusive River access for small boat moorings and fishing.

Lovely River views can be enjoyed from many of the homes and if the sun is shining, why not wander down to the water’s edge and take a closer look?

"Thank you all for your help since I moved here and for keeping the park so neat and tidy."

"Thank you for all your good work"

"Thank you for always being there, you make a real difference on the site and are greatly appreciated"

"Thank you for keeping our site looking neat and tidy"

Hartridge Farm
Countryside Park

  • East Farleigh
    Maidstone
    Kent
    ME15 0JR

Just 3 miles from the county town of Maidstone.

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Send Hartridge Farm A Message

Contact us directly at Hartridge Farm with any questions you might have:

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Can I become a resident?

Can I move straight in?

Residential park homes are normally sold fully furnished and ready for you to move in to. If you are seeking a permanent labour saving residence, a park home in Kent offers a truly affordable alternative to traditional housing.

Am I eligible?

Exclusively our residential parks are for the 50+ age group. A monthly ground rent is payable, starting from £153.50, depending on the park.

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Residential Home Owners

We chose Park Home living because we wanted to downsize and realise capital for travelling.

When we saw Keat Farm we were impressed by the spacious layout of the site.

We have been in our home for 7 years and are very happy that we made the move (which was a big decision at the time).

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Residential Living At Hartridge Farm

13.12.2016 - General

Hartridge Farm is situated on the banks of the River Medway in...

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New Management At Hartridge Farm

03.11.2016 - General Residential Parks

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