Set in an elevated position, this outstanding property offers panoramic views and benefits from beautiful landscaped gardens and grounds that wrap around the property. Entrance is via a sweeping resin bonded driveway which leads to two integral garages. The property is in excellent order having undergone a program of refurbishment including re-wiring, new plumbing and a triple floor extension.
Offering approximately 4,655 sqft of gross internal floor area, this property has been meticulously designed and comprises; spacious entrance hall, impressive main reception room with inglenook fireplace and dual aspect views, formal dining room and stunning, contemporary open plan kitchen/diner with fully fitted handle-less units, integrated appliances and stone work tops, separate lounge area and bi-folding doors opening onto an elevated glass balcony with views across the gardens and farther afield.
Accommodation to the lower ground floor includes a large study/office also used as a games room, plus utility room and WC. The first floor consists of five double bedrooms, three with en-suite facilities. The master and bedroom two also benefit from separate dressing rooms.
Externally the driveway provides parking for up to four cars. The gardens have been beautifully landscaped with mature shrub steeped borders, lawn and tiered stone patio.
For travel — Chislehurst Station is 0.4 miles away with fast services into London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon St. Bickley Station is 0.7 miles away with fast services into Victoria and Blackfriars. For car travel, the M20 with access to the coast, Ebbsfleet and Channel Tunnel and M25 junction 3 is within 6 miles. Biggin Hill Airport is also within 6 miles and Gatwick Airport is approximately 45 minutes’ drive.
For schools – There is a good selection of private, grammar and state schools in the area including, Babington House, Farringtons, Bickley Park, Bromley High, Bullers Wood, Braeside and Chislehurst & Sidcup Grammar.
Chislehurst is one of the most sought after parts of South East London and Kent, hugely popular with families and executives alike due to its pretty village persona. Its picturesque ‘leafy’ landscape is derived from its surrounding commons which were saved from development by residents at the end of the 19th century by an Act of Parliament. However Chislehurst’s attraction goes far wider than its rural feel, as it is within close proximity to central London and Canary Wharf.
Energy Efficiency Rating B.