Brasted Chart is a hamlet within the civil parish of Brasted. It lies to the south of Brasted and the North of Four Elms. Its road, Chart Lane, leads to another hamlet called Toys Hill to the south. There is no chapel or church however there are numerous Grade II listed buildings, the former stables and coach house and linking wall and mounting block to the south west of the house of Foxwold. Similarly, all the buildings (Cottage, Oast House, Piggery and former dairy, now a basecamp for private group bookings and working holidays) at Outridge Farm (owned by the National Trust) have Grade II listed building status. The Oast Houses are unique in the fact that cowls are octagonal in comparison to the usual conical shape found in both Kent and Sussex.