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Measuring 4,206 sq ft the property offers spacious accommodation arranged over three floors with the ground floor comprising; a large entrance hallway which provides access to the principal reception rooms including a living room with fireplace and French doors to the rear patio and garden, a dining room and a large kitchen with bespoke Oak fitted units designed by Stoneham along with ample space for a breakfast table and snug area. Both the kitchen and dining room open to a conservatory which in turn overlooks and opens to the rear garden. The ground floor is completed by a study located off the entrance hallway and a utility room off the kitchen.
Upstairs are five generous double bedrooms accessed via a large landing. Three of the bedrooms benefit from en suite facilities while the remainder are serviced by a family bathroom. To the upper floor and accessed via bedroom three is a large games room.
The rear garden is south facing and mostly laid to lawn with mature trees and borders for privacy. To the front of the property is paved parking for several vehicles along with access to the integral double garage.
Keston Park was the brainchild of property developer Frederick Rogers who acquired the land in 1923 from the Earl of Derby. His travels had taken him to America where he had been inspired by houses in beautiful parkland settings so he set about recreating this with Keston Park. It remains one of the most exclusive private estates in the South East and is privately gated at all entrances.
Locksbottom is within a few minutes’ walk and has an array of excellent restaurants, traditional public houses, independent and national retailers, coffee shops and two major supermarket chains. Within close proximity are extensive shopping centres including The Glades in Bromley, Orpington High Street and Bluewater slightly further afield.
Keston Park has excellent transport links nearby with Orpington Station (1.7 miles), Bickley Station (2.9 miles) and Bromley South Station (3.2 miles) all providing direct services into London Bridge, Cannon Street, London Victoria and Blackfriars. There is a fast service from Orpington to London Bridge in 15 minutes, and Bromley South to London Victoria in 17 minutes. By car the M25 is easily accessible (4.4 miles), A21 (1.6 miles), Biggin Hill Airport (4.1 miles) and Gatwick Airport is within 40 minutes.
There are high performing schools, both state and private, in good supply within the local area including the likes of: Keston Primary School, Crofton Primary School, Ravens Wood Secondary School for Boys, Darrick Wood both Primary and Secondary and St. Olave’s.
Council Tax - Local Authority London Borough of Bromley Band G.
Tenure - Freehold
Energy Efficiency Rating D.