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Bickley BR1 2LJ

Rental per month £2,000 , 5 bedrooms, House,
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Nearest Station:
Features:
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Close to Bickley and Chislehurst Stations
  • Driveway
  • Full of Character
  • Garden
  • Imposing Residence of Standing
  • Large Kitchen Breakfast Room
Agent’s wording:TURN OF THE CENTURY DETACHED HOUSE WITH SPACE IN ABUNDANCE.

We are pleased to present this fine example of a turn of the century detached house located in the ever popular Bickley area and within easy reach of both Chislehurst and Bickley stations. The property offers both character and space in abundance and due to being only partially renovated would suit a smaller family who need some extra space to spread out. To the ground floor is an impressive entrance hallway with galleried landing above, dining room, lounge, drawing room, breakfasting kitchen with appliances and two downstairs cloakrooms. To the first floor are three bedrooms and a tastefully refurbished bathroom. To the second floor a further 5 bedrooms (not all suitable for occupancy and two bathrooms. Other benefits include off street parking and a large rear garden. VIEW NOW!

General information:

Bickley lies between Bromley Town to the west, Chislehurst to the north-east and Petts Wood to the south-east, and Sundridge Park to the north. Bickley has large and expensive houses on roads such as Oldfield Road, Southborough Road, Page Heath Lane and Blackbrook Lane. Bickley Park contains a range of large houses, making it one of the most expensive areas within the Capital to live, it is the area between Chislehurst Road and Bickley Park Road extending to the railway at Chislehurst station. This area was the estate of Bickley Hall, a classical house designed by Robert Mylne, FRS, for John Wells, shipbuilder, in 1780 (demolished 1963). His brother William (see Oxford DNB), shipbuilder and a director of Greenwich Hospital, inherited the estate, and his son John made additions by Robert Smirke in 1810). Residential development started in the 1860s and was completed in the 1960s, and eventually became a gated community in 2008

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Alan De Maid (Bromley)BR1 1QE

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