Well presented modern build apartment, available at the beginning of July 2019. This stunning and spacious second floor property has a fantastic light and airy feel, and offers an abundance of storage. The main bedroom is a large double with built in wardrobes, fluffy cream carpets and en-suite shower room. The shower room is ultra modern and has floor to ceiling tiles. The main bedroom also boasts a wall mounted wireless Bluetooth button that enables you to turn on the shower without you having to leave the comfort of your warm bed!! The second double bedroom is also a really good size with neutral dÃ©cor, and light carpets. The kitchen has fabulous wooden units, modern appliances and lots of storage. The reception area has wooden floors throughout and doubles aspect windows that make the room bright and inviting. There is also a main bathroom, including bath tub. Viewing highly recommended.
Viewings Highly Recommended!! Not Too be Missed
Rail: Bromley has two mainline stations. From Bromley South trains to London Victoria take just over 15 minutes and Bromley North has shuttle trains to Grove Park where there are onward connections to Charing Cross and Cannon Street. There are also stations in Shortlands, Bickley and Sundridge Park, which serve central London and beyond.
Bus: Local bus routes serve Orpington (61), Lewisham (208), Croydon (119) and Crystal Palace (227). At night, the N3 runs to Oxford Circus and the N47 to Trafalgar Square.
Tram: The west of the borough is served by Tramlink, with links to Croydon and Wimbledon.
Cycle: The borough of Bromley has more than 100 miles of cycle route, with some off road such as through Jubilee Park and along Waterlink Way. The council produces detailed maps of local cycle routes that can be picked up from libraries and bike shops across the borough.
Leafy Bromley lies just 12 miles and 15 minutes from central London, yet offers a world of calm and charm. Excellent schools, good sized houses and outstanding access to parks and green spaces are all part of the package. Indeed, Kent Downs lies within Bromley, making it the only London borough to include an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The historical heart of Bromley is situated around Market Square, High Street North and East Street, where the majority of the townâ€™s 300 shops and restaurants can be found. High end independent cafes and boutiques are beginning to find space among the usual high street chains, and huge investment in some of the areaâ€™s run down historic buildings will give another boost to the area. Bromley boasts several options for evening entertainment, such as the Churchill Theatre, which plays host to regular national tours. Bromley was also ranked in 2014 as one of the happiest places to live in London, according to data collected by The Information Capital. Families are drawn here for the good schools and picturesque detached homes, while others are attracted to the reasonable property prices and the excellent amenities.
Zero Deposits Option Available
Gas Central Heating
Epc Rating Band B
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