City Arms House, 125-127 London Rd, Stone, DA2 6BH
Mon to Fri (9am - 5pm)
Our commercial centre in Stone
Our commercial site is located in Stone, situated between Dartford and Gravesend and consists of offices, car sales and workshop units which have been owned and managed by our company for many years. Always eager to encourage new businesses and the occasional entrepreneur. We also let and manage commercial premises for others and offer a comprehensive package to all commercial property owners.
Our commercial branch covers:
All areas between Maidstone and Bexleyheath.
The History of Stone
Stone was an ancient settlement site. The 13th-century parish church, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin at Stone, was known as the “Lantern of Kent” from its beacon light known to all sailors on the river. It is one of Kent’s most dramatic churches and is renowned for its Gothic sculpture made by the masons who built Westminster Abbey.
Stone castle is located about a mile to the south of Greenhithe and just north of the Roman Watling Street dating from the mid-11th century, it is thought to have been constructed without licence during the reign of King Stephen, but was later permitted to remain by King Henry ll after his accession to the throne.
Connections for tourists & business
Stone Crossing station serves the area with services to London Charing Cross both via Sidcup and Woolwich Arsenal station. A regular bus service provides transport to Sidcup, Bexleyheath, Dartford, Gravesend, Swanscombe and Bluewater.
The Thames Europort is situate in Stone which provides a facility for sea freight traffic.
Bluewater shopping centre is located in Stone. It is the fourth largest shopping centre in The United Kingdom. The centre was opened on 16 March 1999 and is located in a former chalk quarry.
Access to the A2 and Dartford crossing is literally ‘just around the corner’, from our site.
Really appreciate all your help and professionalism.
Long term landlord
I find the staff very polite and very easy to contact and speak to on the telephone or in person in the office.
The test of an agent is not when things are going well, but when things go wrong. Their staff have been to court for me; they have quietly cleaned up a mess made by my tenant; they have organised plumbers and decorators.