left_quote We were totally new to the Sevenoaks area when we decided to move here from abroad, and felt out of our depth when starting to search for a property in the local market. Having decided to work with Helen in the quest of finding a property prior to moving here, I found her very direct and clear in...more ...left_quote

left_quote There can be few buying agents in Kent like Helen Turner of Property Turner, who have both the knowledge and skill set that enables them to make things happen in their respective market. Her knowledge of the Weald of Kent comes from living in the patch, her contacts in the...more ...left_quote

left_quote We had been agonising over a move out of London with our three young children for years.  It was only after we met Helen that we made real progress.  Her knowledge and experience, both as a professional and as a parent, and her work to understand us as a family, was critical in...more ...left_quote

left_quote After a frustrating search on the Internet for over 18 months, I stumbled across Property Turner on the web and we didn't look back. Within a couple of weeks, house hunting was stress free and rather enjoyable again with Helen and Sally on the case. They listened carefully to...more ...left_quote

left_quote My wife and I had been renting in the area for 18 months and felt that we weren't getting anywhere with purchasing a house.  We were both very busy and and have a young family and house hunting just wasn't taking priority. Also, we weren't clear on what we actually...more ...left_quote

left_quote When we wanted to sell our house we chose not to use agents but told search agent Helen Turner as we know she is discreet, professional and has clients who would not mess us around. She had buyers looking in the area for a family house such as ours and a deal was soon struck, the whole thing went...more ...left_quote

left_quote We knew we wanted the boys to go to Marlborough House School and we knew that we didnt want to sell our London property just yet so we decided to rent in the area. Helen at Property Turner made the move happen. She was on the ground and so able to look at all possibilities in...more ...left_quote

left_quote Although we were familiar with our search area, we found that Helen had prior knowledge of houses which were discreetly for sale. This meant that on more than one occasion we were first through the door and that was a big advantage. Helen found us our perfect home, negotiated the terms...more ...left_quote

left_quote Having had a very frustrating 6 months searching hard myself, Helen introduced me to my dream house before it came to the open market and I was able to buy it quickly without anyone else getting a look in. Helen's local knowledge and contacts proved invaluable. 
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left_quote I moved back from South America after 8 years with three boys and desperately needed somewhere comfortable to live in the short term. Helen found me the ideal property and negotiated the tenancy agreement, all whilst I was still in Chile. We are very happy in our new home and Helen was a great...more ...left_quote

left_quote Helen Turner of Property Turner made a major life change into a comparatively stress-free experience. They found me a lovely house that suited us entirely, in a tight time frame, even when we had very specific location and budget requirements. They went beyond the call of duty to...more ...left_quote

left_quote We were planning to leave Wimbledon and live in Kent, but as myself and my husband both work it wasnt possible to explore the area thoroughly and time was running out. We also needed to find schools for our children and understand commuting time, best station etc. Helen was amazing, she searched...more ...left_quote

left_quote Helen was incredibly helpful in helping me refine my needs, and in finding me a perfect new house.  Her knowledge of the local area - including the pubs, restaurants and social aspects of the various towns and villages in the Weald is amazing, and re-orientated my thoughts about the ideal...more ...left_quote


It's impossible to be bored in Kent!

It would be hard to find another part of the UK that offers such variety of landscapes as Kent.  The county boasts rolling, lush countryside, stunning vistas, ancient woodland, big sky marshland, sandy beaches, shingle shores and 350 miles of coastline. 

There is plenty going on: one can surf, ski, sail and cycle all in the same day!  The 2,000 acre Bedgebury Forest, south of Tunbridge Wells, offers single track mountain bike trails as well as miles of family-friendly routes, fabulous children's playgrounds and tree top adventures at Go Ape.  On the coast, sailors, surfers, kite surfers and and windsurfers will find plenty to do whilst others will enjoy the county's artificial ski slopes near Chatham and Folkestone.

For days out Camber Sands (strictly East Sussex but so close it could be Kent!) is the place to go in winter for bracing walks and in summer for long days on its sandy dunes. Nearby Rye is a delightful ancient town set at the top of a hill and down the coast, Hastings offers old fashioned seaside fun and plenty to explore in its quirky Old Town.

Howletts Wild Animal Park and Port Lympne Safari Park near Ashford offer a different sort of entertainment, as do the many well preserved castles at Leeds, Bodiam, Hever (the childhood home of Anne Boleyn), Chiddingstone and Scotney. 

Children love the Enchanted Forest at Groombridge Place, near Tunbridge Wells and the Museum of Kent Life, near Maidstone.

The gardens at Sissinghurst Castle and Great Dixter, both near Cranbrook, are world famous and Lullingstone Castle, north of Sevenoaks boasts a 'World Garden' with over 8,000 unusual plants.

History lovers are spoilt for choice with the many National Trust properties in the county - Chartwell, near Westerham, home to Winston Churchill, Knole, an Elizabethan 'calendar house' and the Grade I medieval moated Ightham Mote, both near Sevenoaks as well as Bateman's, Rudyard Kipling's house just over the border in Burwash.  Kent is also the home to one of the country's best preserved Roman villas at Lullingstone, north of Sevenoaks.