Designed by architect W.A Williams in the 19th century, this stunning seven bedroom period property offers over 6,600 sqft of accommodation punctuated by a wealth of character and original period features.
Harcourt House is offered to the market chain free and has recently undergone a major refurbishment programme and as such is presented to a very high standard and specification. The internal accommodation is spread mainly over three floors, however does have a large games room on the lower ground floor. The ground floor is impressive with high ceilings, beautiful cornicing and grand fireplaces accommodated within two reception rooms, a conservatory and a formal dining room all divided by a grand hallway. The kitchen is by Plain English consisting of bespoke fitted units, integral appliances, granite work tops, central island and family breakfast area. A fully fitted utility room and WC complete the ground floor.
The first floor consists of four substantial double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a study. The second floor is self-contained with three further double bedrooms a large reception room, kitchen, bathroom, utility room and separate WC.
Externally there is a larger than average drive to the front with parking for numerous cars and to the rear the garden has been comprehensively landscaped to provide a great recreational and social space. There are two garages; one double and one single.
Grasmere Road is a short distance from Shortlands village and Bromley town centre. Shortlands and Bromley North stations are 0.7m away with the former providing services into Victoria and Blackfriars and the latter into London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross, via a connection at Grove Park. Local schools include Valley and Parish primary schools.
Energy Efficiency Rating E.