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  1. Nettlestead, Kent. Coordinates: 51.244600°N 0.411210°E. Nettlestead is a village and civil parish on the road south-west of, and part of the borough of Maidstone. The parish includes Nettlestead Green and part of Seven Mile Lane. More than 800 people live in the parish.

  2. Nettlestead Place is a country house in Nettlestead, Kent, England. The house and its gatehouse are each separately Grade I listed buildings. Buildings. The construction of Nettlestead Place began c. 1250–60 with additions added c. 1438 and c. 1589 and in the 1920s.

  3. Nettlestead Green, like its near neighbour Nettlestead, lies in the Medway valley southwest of Maidstone in Kent. It has a church and a 17th-century pub. The railway station for Yalding is actually closer to Nettlestead Green than to its own village, which lies on the opposite side of the River Medway .

  4. Introduction. Roydon Hall has an Elizabethan manor house with walled gardens which date from the early- to mid-16th century. A rose garden and an orchard were added in 1991. The walled garden to the east of the house is now an overgrown wild meadow with daffodils and fruit trees.

  5. 28 de nov. de 2023 · NETTLESTEAD (St. Mary), a parish, in the union of Maidstone, hundred of Twyford, lathe of Aylesford, W division of Kent, 6 miles WSW from Maidstone. [1] Nettlestead is a village and civil parish in the borough of Maidstone Netllestead Kent Wikipedia .

  6. Nettlestead is a village and civil parish on the road south-west of, and part of the borough of Maidstone. The parish includes Nettlestead Green and part of Seven Mile Lane. Overview

  7. The property is subdivided. The manor belongs to Lord Kingsdown. Nettlestead Place was the residence of the Pimpe family from the time of Edward I.; passed to the Scotts and the Botelers; and has left some remains. About 1 40 acres have usually been under hops. Gravel pits are on the river.