Royal Parade, Chislehurst, Kent
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3
- En Suites: 2
- Receptions: 2
- Kitchens: 1
- Tenure: Freehold
- Sale By: Private Treaty
A Grade II listed timber framed cottage of the type found in the Weald of Kent which is one of Chislehurst's oldest buildings believed to have been built c1520. It was re-fronted in white roughcast in the late 19th century and was formally the village bakery. The baker then built 'Milestones' next door and moved the bakery and shop into this new building in 1825 converting 'Abury' into his home.
Having been adapted over the years the house has evolved into a quirky, well-proportioned and comfortable 21st century home, retaining many of its original features including exposed beams on the walls and ceilings.
The house is a hidden gem secluded from the road by a high holly hedge affording a considerable amount of privacy to the front garden. The rear garden is of a good size with a lawn and patio area. There is a garden cabin which makes an ideal home office or summer house. Private off-street parking for several cars can be found to the front.
The location is excellent being on the historical Royal Parade, close to many quality shops, restaurants and the common.
Early viewing of this end of chain property is highly recommended.
Council Tax:- London Borough of Bromley, Band G, £2,819.20
Chislehurst is a pretty village replete with its own cricket club, tennis club, duck pond and a Royal Parade of shops. The green spaces of Chislehurst Common and the Scadbury nature reserve, perfect for runners and dogwalkers alike. Excellent transport links into London and the nearby A20 to Dover and the Channel Tunnel. There is a fantastic selection of schools in the locality. A wide selection of bars, boutiques and restaurants.
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