It is offered unfurnished but with appliances n the kitchen.
Hallway; wall mounted radiator, smoke alarm, Carbon no idea alarm, storage cupboard, cupboard housing water tank
Bedroom; Wall mounted radiator, double glazed windows 3.60 x 3.04
Bathroom; wall mounted radiator, double glazed window, Bath with mixer shower over, hand basin, low level wc 2.10 x 1.74
Kitchen; wall mounted radiator, double glazed window, floor and wall mounted units, fridge freezer, microwave, washing machine, cooker, wall mounted boiler 2.25 x 2.35
Reception; wall mounted radiator, double glazed window x2 4.05 x 3.51
EPC Band C
Bromley Area Guide
Just a 20-minute commute from central London, Bromley is the largest borough in Greater London, bordering Beckenham and Chislehurst. Located in southern half of the capital, Bromley is also one of the most rural boroughs in London, offering great access to parks and green spaces, as well as the Kent Downs - making it the only London Borough with an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Once a market town in the county of Kent, Bromley Town Centre is now thriving, with a large retail presence and a pedestrianised high street. This residential suburb is particularly popular amongst families and commuters.
Schools in Bromley
Bromley has a number of high achieving primary and secondary schools, making it popular with young families.
Highfield Junior School,Highfield Infant School, Burnt Ash Primary School and Warren Road Primary School all have excellent reputations, while Wood School, Wood School and Harris Academy are popular for secondary-age children.
Getting around in Bromley
A great choice for commuters working in central London and the surrounding areas, Bromley is well-connected and easily accessible from across the borough, as well as further afield.
The town has two mainline train stations. From Bromley South, you can travel to London Victoria in just 15-minutes, while Bromley North offers shuttle trains to Grove Park for onward connection to Charing Cross and Cannon Street. There are also stations in Shortlands, Bickley and Sundridge Park, serving central London and beyond.
There are also local bus routes serving Orpington, Lewisham, Croydon and Crystal Palace, as well as tram links to Croydon and Wimbledon. If you're driving, the A21 is close by.
Working in Bromley
As well as being perfect for commuting into the capital, Bromley is also home to over 13,000 businesses, making it one of the largest economies in Greater London.
Things to do in Bromley
There is plenty to see and do in Bromley. On Widmore Road, you'll find lots of popular chain restaurants, while the busy high street is at the heart of the town's café culture. There are plenty of shops in the borough, including independent stores and high street names, and the bustling department stores of central London are just a short train ride away.
Bromley North Village has recently undergone a multimillion-pound improvement programme, designed to attract more independent retailers and eateries.
The area is home to a number of gyms, including the Pavilion Leisure Centre, which offers a bowling alley, as well as a fitness centre, swimming pool and fitness classes. The Churchill Theatre is one of the area's top attractions, while the Art Deco Picturehouse Cinema shows films across six screens.
There are also plenty of green open spaces in Bromley, including Church House Gardens, where you'll find a children's playground and tennis courts, Bromley Palace Park, Jubilee Country Park and Norman Park.
Property in Bromley
Property in Bromley is in high demand, providing affordable family homes within easy reach of central London.
There is a diverse range of property types in the area, including Georgian and Victorian properties, small cottages, terraced homes, contemporary apartments and converted properties.
The average cost of a house in Bromley is £430,033, which is typical for South East London. Detached houses are the most expensive property type, while semi-detached and terraced properties come with a significantly lower price tag. Smaller flats, apartments and maisonettes are more affordable still.
If you're renting, the average rent is £1,279 per month.
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Estate agents in Bromley
Proudly serving the Bromley area since 2004, David James offers a professional service, with a real emphasis on providing a warm, friendly and personal experience. Learn more about estate agents in Bromley.
Whether you're looking to buy, rent, or sell a property in Bromley, we can help. To find out more, or to discuss your needs, please get in touch.
Criteria for renting a property
Applicants must have the Right to Rent in the UK. We will require to see original proof of ID such as Passport, Driver's License, Visa, Recent Utility Bills/Bank Statements.
Applicants must have a good credit history. We are unable to accept applicants with CCJ's, IVA's or have been declared Bankrupt
Applicants we will need a positive landlord reference (where applicable) confirming that they have conducted their current tenancy satisfactorily and paid the rent on time
You must have an Annual Household Gross Income of at least 30 x the monthly rent. (i.e. Rent £1000 pcm = Annual Household Gross Income of £30,000). Income can consist of basic salary, benefits, pension
All applicants over the age of 18 will have to be referenced
A security deposit of 5 weeks rent plus first the months' rent must be paid in cleared funds prior to tenancy commencing
These particular are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending tenants should not rely on them as statements of presentation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person employed by this company has tested any included equipment and can give no authority to make any representation or warranty in respect of the property.
We may charge a tenant any or all of the following when required:
1. the rent;
2. a security deposit with a maximum of 5 weeks rent, or 6 weeks on a property with rent over
£50,000 per year;
3. a holding deposit of no more than one weeks' rent;
4. default fee for late payment of rent (after 14 days);
5. reasonable charges for lost keys or security fobs;
6. payments associated with contract variation, at £50 or reasonable costs incurred if higher, when requested by the tenant;
7. payments associated with early termination of the tenancy, when requested by the tenant; and
8. payments in respect of bills - utilities, communication services, TV licence, council tax and green deal or other energy efficiency charges.
David James Letting & Property Management are members of The Property Ombudsman (TPO) redress scheme. We abide by the TPO code of conduct.
We are members of SAFEAGENT and have Client Money Protection Insurance(CMP) provided via SAFEAGENT/NALS.