The boundary leaves New Year’s Lane when it is crossed by two paths between New Year’s Wood and Birches Croft. It follows a path through New Year’s Wood eventually taking an eastern fork to go to Cacket’s Lane. At the lane it goes sharp south and continues south skirting the western edge of Broom Wood.
The boundary continues through more ancient countryside - housing here is scattered and despite its rural feel has for the last hundred years or so provided homes for the wealthy.
an area of woodland and agricultural land
Post to the south Horns Green
On the London, Bromley side of the border
Cacket’s Farm. Sold in 1927 after Maconochie’s death to a AW.Smithers.
On the Kent, Sevenoaks side of the border
New Year’s Lane
Letts Green Farmhouse. Early 19th refacing of a timber framed older house. Flint walls with red brick dressings.
Pevsner and Cherry. Kent
Pevsner and Cherry. South London