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Hi All,

Newbie so please be gentle! Thinking of moving/retiring to the New Romney area. Have seen that the Kent News refers to the area as being strong with little down turn compared to the national trend. In addition, local EA's are talking the market up and property appears to be massively over-priced. Any comments would be most welcome.

Many thanks

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Hi All,

Newbie so please be gentle! Thinking of moving/retiring to the New Romney area. Have seen that the Kent News refers to the area as being strong with little down turn compared to the national trend. In addition, local EA's are talking the market up and property appears to be massively over-priced. Any comments would be most welcome.

Many thanks

I presume you've been there?

I'd go further out on the spit - Dungeness sounds awful but is actually rather nice and colourfully...bleak.

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I presume you've been there?

I'd go further out on the spit - Dungeness sounds awful but is actually rather nice and colourfully...bleak.

We been a couple of times to the Littlestone/Greatstone area - seems rather depressed and run down, hence my over-priced comment. Going back today to look at the Lydd-on-Sea and Dymchurch areas but prices do concern me.

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We been a couple of times to the Littlestone/Greatstone area - seems rather depressed and run down, hence my over-priced comment. Going back today to look at the Lydd-on-Sea and Dymchurch areas but prices do concern me.

The other thing that ought to concern you is this - enter a postcode:

Environment Agency

The flood risk map puts this entire low-lying peninsular firmly at the bottom of the ocean. Maybe worth looking for somewhere bleak, flat and hideous that is at least dry?

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