An outstanding three bedroom Tudor style detached house built in 2003, of traditional brick and timber construction, under a handmade clay tiled roof set within a secluded location. Close to stations, shops and other local amenities, the property will be ideal for a wide variety of buyers.
Briefly the property comprises; large open plan reception/dining room with timber beam divide offering access to the pleasant courtyard garden via French double doors, newly installed German kitchen with a range of fitted and free standing appliances. The downstairs WC completes the ground floor accommodation. To the first floor you will find three generous size bedrooms, the master of which benefits from a feature vaulted ceiling giving a light and airy feel to the room. Bedroom two offers a three piece en-suite shower room whilst bedroom three, equally generous in size, offers access via a pull down ladder to the boarded out loft room which would be ideal as an office/studio. The property exudes much charm and character and is located at the end of a cul-de-sac in Glassmill Lane, with a delightful front aspect overlooking the River Ravensbourne, and Queen's Mead Recreation Ground and Church House Gardens.
Shortlands Village and Station (Blackfriars/Victoria) are within half a mile. Bromley town centre is also within close proximity and offers further access into London via Bromley North and Bromley South stations, a range of shopping and socialising facilities including The Glades Shopping Centre, Churchill Theatre, two cinemas and various well known restaurants and coffee shops. Highly regarded schools are within proximity including Harris Primary Academy, Valley Primary School, St Mark's Church of England, Bishop Challoner School, The Ravensbourne School, Bullers Wood School for Boys.
Energy Efficiency Rating C.