Residential properties - Labour-in-Vain Road

This page lists the residential properties in Labour-in-Vain Road. Labour-in-Vain Road runs along the boundary with Wrotham Parish from the southern end of Plaxdale Green Road, past the junction with Tumblefield Road, towards the A20 and Four Seasons Park. Some of the properties are in Wrotham Parish and have been included for completeness.
Please get in touch with the Society should you have further information on any of the properties listed or suggest any changes or additions.

Hazel Cottage

To be completed

Hope Cottage

To be completed

Inverquhomery

To be completed

The Hilltop Hotel

To be completed

1-4 Hilltop Cottages

To be completed

Bellevue

To be completed

Oakcroft

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Hillcrest

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Clamberdene

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Littlewood

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Tara Rede

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Thistle Down

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Woodend

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Top Meadow

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Brilley Bank

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Little Hockenden

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Finches Farm

This property was included in the 1841 list of tithe rents when John Collis and Thomas Taylor owned it. It was 17 acres of meadows and hops.

Beech House

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Spring Park

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Arcadia

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Lime Tree

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Rosemary Cottage

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

Alandale Cottage

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

New Bungalow, Butts Hill Farm

This property was newly built in about 1960 and formed the HQ of Butts Hill farm and the caravan site that eventually became four Seasons Park. It had a new roof with dormers and was extended in 2000. The property is in the Parish of Wrotham

Four Seasons Park

Four Seasons Park is a development of thirty-three park holiday homes in a gated community located off Labour-in-Vain road near the A20 on land that was originally part of Butts Hill Farm. Whilst not strictly residential and in the Parish of Wrotham, the development has been included for completeness.

Coppas

This building was converted from a wooden hicken shed just after WW2 and was the original farmhouse for Butts Hill Farm. It was separated from the farm in about 1960 was enlarghed and remodelled in 2000. The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.

The Pheasants

The property is on the site of a bungalow built by Fred Burgess in the 1950s and named Snail Creep which was demolished and rebuilt in 1984. The property is in the Parish of Wrotham.