Original article from Kent Live
Situated in the heart of Shorne lies Gravesend's hidden gem.
Pear Tree Lane is in Kent's top 10 most expensive roads, and is the most dear in the north of the county.
The average cost to buy a property in the area is £1,370,000, and the houses offer stunning views over acres of land.
At the foot of the road also lies a pub, The See Ho, which attracts regular visits from locals.
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The area is also very popular for people looking to buy houses, as it offers many similarities to London without actually having to pay London prices.
The location also makes it very accessible for those looking to head up to London.
Ebbsfleet International station is just a 13 minute drive away, with trains taking just 17 minutes to reach the city.
The Eurotunnel is also another major hub for travel which is located nearby, and the Gravesend town centre can offer people a variety of places to shop and enjoy their leisurely time.
A spokeswoman for Robinson Michael and Jackson Estate Agents said: "The area generally is a little cheaper than London, but you're still very close to London which is helpful for those looking to commute for work.
"You're also right on top of the A2, so there really is the feeling of having a London lifestyle, which makes it great for first-time buyers since you get more value for money."
There are also plans to build a Disney theme park nearby, which has also attracted a lot of eyes to the area.
Should the project go ahead, it is certain to draw thousands to north Kent.
Pear Tree Lane is a peaceful place to live, and the lengthy paths meandering through to the individual properties make them seem secure and private.
Speaking on the attraction of living in the area, a spokesman from Hunters Estate Agents said: "The major draw of Pear Tree Lane is the fact it is a road made up of entirely separated individual properties.
"It is definitely a popular area due to its surroundings.
"Although it is relatively out of town, it is also not entirely in the country.
"Elsewhere Gravesend has the mainline train service up to London, lots of road networks with the A2, M2 and M25 too."