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An expanded village just beyond the southern tip of Chelsfield, nestled in a valley at the foot of Rushmore Hill. The village has a school, public house, church and village hall and terraces of weather boarded and flint cottages. Located on the border with Kent, Pratts Bottom is surrounded by beautiful countryside and yet is within easy reach of Junction 4 of M25 and just 18 miles from Central London.  Walks in the area are popular with ramblers and families. The village is named after the Pratt family from the 14th century. Until the 1830s the village was on the toll road from London to Hastings and was the haunt of smugglers and highwaymen. Dick Turpin used to drink in the village pub.

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