Denne Hill Estate has been owned by the same family for five generations. The buildings that make up Denne Hill Business Centre are the old milking parlour, calving and bull pens, stables for the cart horses, pigsty and granary (the core of the original Victorian farm of barns, such as would have been familiar to Beatrix Potter or Lawrie Lee). In 1874 it was awarded a prize for being a model farmyard. Based around a central courtyard, the attractive buildings are built out of traditional red brick and slate roofs.

As farming became more mechanised the buildings became redundant and in 2000 a decision was made to convert them into the quality, high tech offices you see today.

Our architects were determined to retain the charm and character of the original buildings without compromising on the services, fittings and superior finish demanded by today’s entrepreneurs and business people. We believe their plans were more than successful, and we’re sure you’ll agree.

Denne Hill Business Centre is now home to a number of different small to medium sized businesses. As a place to work it’s stimulating, energising and stress-free. The public footpaths through the farm pass the doorstep, meaning there’s no excuse not to take an inspirational lunchtime (or anytime) stroll in Kent’s beautiful countryside