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·  8th of april 23:05
·  Bedrooms: 3

OPEN DAY 22ND MARCH - BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Parris Residential are delighted to offer this fabulous three bedroom semi detached family home with 60' approx rear garden, large garage and off street parking located nearby to Bexleyheath Train station and Barrington and Brampton Road Primary schools. The property includes an integrated dishwasher and fridge in the kitchen. there is also a freezer and washing machine in the garage. Further benefits include double glazed windows, fitted wardrobes in two bedrooms and a gas central heating system. SORRY NO PETS, DSS OR SMOKERS. Description Entrance hall 13'1 long 3.99m long Lounge and dining room 31'9 inc bay x 11'9 9.68m inc bay x 3.58m Kitchen 13'10 x 7'4 4.22m x 2.24m Landing Bedroom one 14'5 inc bay x 11'6 4.39m inc bay x 3.51m Bedroom two 12'3 x 10'10 3.73m x 3.30m Bedroom three 7'9 x 6'10 2.36m x 2.08m Bathroom 8'10 x 7'4 2.69m x 2.24m Rear garden 60' approx 18.29m approx Garage to side 26'6 x 12'7 at widest 8.08m x 3.84m at widest Off street parking to front These particulars are believed to be correct but there accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer or form part of any contract. Great care is taken when measuring but measurements should not always be relied upon for ordering carpets, equipment etc. Parris Residential have not tested any included equipment or central heating system checked mentioned in these particulars and purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their working order and condition. Where floor plans are shown they are for illustration and guidance purposes only. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1886719/

£1,036 /month  

·  17th of november, 2012 06:52
·  Bedrooms: 3

Sheldon Ashe are delighted to offer this wonderful, 3 Bed-Semi which is perfectly located for families. The house has benefited from a full refurbishment from top to bottom, including recently fitted modern kitchen and bathroom. The property also benefits from having a large through-lounge/reception room which is exceptionally spacious. Upstairs, the property has 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are larger than average doubles. In our opinion, the third bedroom would be best used as a single bedroom or possibly as an office or study. A wonderfully kept garden to the rear is a major attraction. There is plenty of outdoor storage available as the property is let with a garden shed and garage that is large enough for a family car (accessed via a shared drive-way). The property is available to move in immediately and is let unfurnished, although the kitchen is provided with all white goods. Viewing is highly recommend! Sorry, we cannot accept applications from DSS tenants for this property.

£1,000 /week  

·  17th of november, 2012 06:52
·  Bedrooms: 3

This wonderful, 3 Bed-Semi is perfectly located for families. The house has benefited from a full refurbishment from top to bottom, including brand-new fitted kitchen and bathroom. The property also benefits from have two reception rooms - both exceptionally spacious. Upstairs, the property has 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are larger than average doubles. In our opinion, the third bedroom would be better used as a single, however, it may be possible to fit a double bed. A wonderfull kept garden to the rear is a major attraction and in addition there is also a large garden to the front of the property with access to the rear via a side walk. There is plenty of outdoor storage available as the property is let with a garden shed, greenhouse and also a garage that is large enough for a family car. Tenants may prefer to park their car infront of the garage which is accessed via the road adjacent to the property. The property is available to move in from 06/08/2009 and is let unfurnished, although the kitchen is provided with all white goods. Viewing is highly recommend! Sorry, we cannot acept applications from DSS tenants for this property.

£1,000 /week  

·  10th of february 07:23
·  Bedrooms: 2

BEXLEYHEATH. - TWO ROOMS IN A SHARED HOUSE, SHARED KITCHEN, BATHROOM & TOILET, GAS CENTRAL HEATING AND WASHING MACHINE. 2 MINUTES AWAY FROM LOCAL SHOPS, BUSES & TRAINS. NO DSS PLEASE. 650 FOR BOTH ROOMS. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t931181/

£499 /month  

·  8th of april 23:07
·  Bedrooms: 3

Available middle of April, this amazing three bedroom family house is situated near public transport (buses route towards Welling/Bexleyheath and Plumstead/Woolwich Arsenal) and local shops, It's the perfect location for schools (Welling School, East Wickham School, etc.) The nearby Town Centre of Welling benefit of the Train Station (train to London City Centre) is an excellent place for an evening out with family and friends. The property briefly consists of three bright bedrooms, one family bathroom, two reception/dining rooms, a fully furnished kitchen and 900 Square Feet of garden! Not to mention the storage space! Viewing is highly recommended. Call immediately to avoid disappointment! No Agency Fees only for this month. Sorry, no DSS. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1881881/

£940 /month  

·  8th of april 22:53
·  Bedrooms: 2

UNFURNISHED END TERRACED HOUSE - A well presented, recently upgraded modern two bedroom end terraced mews house which occupies a most convenient location in a sought after residential area close to a range of shops and amenities including a Co-Op supermarket and Borras Park Junior School. The property is situated on the Chester side of town about two miles from its centre and less than half a mile from the Wrexham industrial estate link road. Having a net internal area of approx 59m2, briefly the accommodation (with approximate room dimensions) comprises: Entrance Vestibule: 1.03m x 1.14m, Lounge: 3.77m x 5.58m (maximum), under stairs cupboard off, Dining Kitchen: 2.57m x 3.77m, fitted with a range of units with complementary work surfaces, single drainer stainless steel sink with twin taps over, built-under electric oven & grill, inset electric hob with cooker hood, tiled splash-backs, Stairs & Landing, cupboard off, Bedroom 1: 3.57m x 3.79m (maximum), Bedroom 2: 2.43m x 3.78m and a Bathroom: 1.66m x 1.97m, fitted three piece coloured suite comprising a bath with mains shower and screen above, wash hand basin and w.c., fully tiled walls. Outside: mainly lawned front and rear gardens, concreted yard to the side, garden shed, dedicated parking. Gas fired central heating. PVCu double glazing. Fitted floor and window coverings. No DSS, Housing Allowance, Students, Smokers nor Pets. Council Tax band D. Energy Efficiency Rating: E. Deposit 625. Admin Fee Apply. For a free, no obligation, sales or lettings valuation, or to register to let us help you find your next home, contact Kent Jones. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1830259/

£403 /month  

·  8th of april 23:02
·  Bedrooms: 4

UNFURNISHED END-TERRACED HOUSE - A deceptively spacious four bedroom end terraced property being tastefully presented throughout close to the town centre of Wrexham and within reach of the A483 link roads to Chester/Wrexham/Oswestry. Having a net internal area of approx 153m2, briefly the accommodation comprises: Entrance Vestibule, Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining/Sitting Room, Kitchen, fitted with a range units with complementary work surfaces, single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer taps, built-under electric oven & grill, inset electric hob with cooker hood above, Cloakroom, two piece white suite comprising a wash hand basin and w.c., Cellar, Stairs and Landing, Four Bedrooms, Bathroom, fitted three piece white suite comprising a bath, shower and wash hand basin, part tiled walls, Separate WC, fitted two piece white suite comprising a wash hand basin and w.c. Outside: gardens front and rear. Street parking available. The property benefits from double glazing and gas fired central heating. No Students, Sharers, Smokers, Pets, DSS nor Housing Allowance. Council Tax band D. Energy Efficiency Rating: E. Deposit 775. Admin Fees Apply. INTERNAL INSPECTION IS ESSENTIAL TO APPRECIATE THIS CHARACTER PROPERTY. For a free, no obligation, sales or lettings valuation, or to register to let us help you find your next home, contact Kent Jones. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1834084/

£518 /month  

·  21st of june, 2013 14:29
·  Bedrooms: 1

Your Urban Pad are delighted to bring to the market this great 1 bedroom apartment in Penge / Anerly. The property has recently been refurbished to a very high standard and comprises of: - Well sized reception, benefitting from lots of natural light and neutral colours. - Fully fitted kitchen with white goods. - 3 piece bathroom suite. - 1 double bedroom. This fantastic property is seconds from a large Sainburys supermarket and the local shops that are offered on the high street. It is also within 5 minutes walk of Kent House Rail station. DSS tenants are welcome, however you will need to provide 1 months rent in advance and a security deposit which will total 1750. You must also be able to contribute some money towards the rent as the council will only pay 600 towards the rent. REF: YUP/00299. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t54686/

£134 /month  

·  8th of april 22:36
·  Bedrooms: 3

Key features 3 bedroomed Terraced House Double Glazed throughout Gas Central Heating Fitted Kitchen with gas hob & fan oven Plumbing for dishwasher & washing machine Separate Lounge & Dining Room Neutrally decorated throughout Big garden The house is situated 10 mins walk from Chatham main line train station with 3 lines direct into London (approx 50mins) so ideal for commuting Close to local shops & amenities & bus station Close to local schools & parks Quick access to A2/M2/M20 (Bluewater 20 mins) pictures attached 3 bed in Chatham, Kent 0.5 mile from Chatham Rail 40min fast train into central London 10 mins walk to town centre and amenties Allow pets but please no DSS, students or smokers. Deposit and references required. Furnishing: Unfurnished The landlord of this property does not accept smokers, housing benefit or students Pets considered Deposit: Required Available: 11th March 2014 Minimum contract length: 6 months If you would like to view this property, please click on the link and provide us with the following details: * Name, telephone number, email and correspondence address. * Whether the property is just for yourself and if you are working full time. * Your viewing availability All of these details will enable us to register your details and arrange a viewing for you as swiftly as possible and we cannot book a viewing without this. Or call Tenants4U on . Are there any fees if I want to take the property? We have a 99+VAT pp application fee if you would like to go ahead with the property. Please note, this is only payable after the viewing and if you want to go ahead with the property and the landlord has accepted your offer. Company lets are 198+VAT. Important Notice: Tenants4U is an online letting agent. We make no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the advert above or any linked or associated information and have no control over the content. We have not carried out a structural survey and any fittings, appliances and services mentioned have not been tested. All photographs and floorplans are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase of any furnishings. The landlord of the property maintains any information provided with regards to this property and we strongly recommend that you verify any information provided about the property. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1715913/

£595 /month  

·  14th of february 21:14
·  Rooms: 1

Online Agent UK are delighted to present this self contained fully furnished studio room with seperate private bathroom and kitchenette area. The studio is located in Georgian House in a quiet sort after residential area, which overlooks the Kent countryside, but close to station, shops, schools and NHS surgery, Ashford International Station (close by). High-Speed Ashford - St Pancras 37mins, Excellent Bus Service and Easy Access to M20 Motorway. Ideally suited to single proffesionals only (please note: this is single occupancy only) Gas central heating. Private Off Street Parking. Shared washing machine. Available Now for: - 6 months tenancy 470pcm -12 month tenancy 460pcm ALL BILLS ARE INCLUDED WITHIN THE PRICE *MUST SEE* Sorry No Pets or DSS. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1382662/

£353 /month  

·  14th of february 12:54
·  Bedrooms: 5

DETACHED FIVE BEDROOM FAMILY HOME WITH SWIMMING POOL, OUTDOOR JACUZZI, GYM AND SAUNA ROOM. ALL RECENTLY REFURBISHED TO AN EXCELLENT STANDARD. Bromley is a large suburban district of south east London, England, and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Bromley. It was historically a market town, and prior to 1965 was in the county of Kent and formed the administrative centre of the Municipal Borough of Bromley. Its location on a coaching route and the opening of a railway station in 1858 were key to its development and the economic history of Bromley is underpinned by a shift from an agrarian village to commercial and retail hub. As part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Bromley significantly increased in population and has formed part of Greater London since 1965. It has developed into one of a handful of regionally significant commercial and retail districts outside central London. It is located 9.3 miles (15 km) south east of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan History Bromley is first recorded in a charter of 862 as Bromleag and means 'woodland clearing where broom grows'. It shares this Old English etymology with Great Bromley in Essex, but not with the Bromley in Tower Hamlets. The history of Bromley is closely connected with the See of Rochester. In AD 862 Ethelbert, the King of Kent, granted land to form the Manor of Bromley. It was held by the Bishops of Rochester until 1845, when Coles Child, a wealthy local merchant and philanthropist, purchased Bromley Palace (now the hub of the Bromley Civic Centre) and became lord of the manor. The town was an important coaching stop on the way to Hastings from London, and the now defunct Royal Bell Hotel (just off Market Square) is referred to in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. It was a quiet rural village until the arrival of the railway in 1858 in Shortlands, which led to rapid growth, and outlying suburban districts such as Bickley (which later overflowed into Bromley Common) were developed to accommodate those wishing to live so conveniently close to London. Bromley, also known as Bromley St Peter and St Paul, formed an ancient parish in the Bromley and Beckenham hundred and the Sutton-at-Hone lathe of Kent. In 1840 it became part of the expanded Metropolitan Police District. The parish adopted the Local Government Act 1858 and a local board was formed in 1867. The board was reconstituted as Bromley Urban District Council in 1894 and the parish became Bromley Urban District. It formed part of the London Traffic Area from 1924 and the London Passenger Transport Area from 1933. In 1934, as part of a county review order, the borough was expanded by taking in 1, 894 acres (7.66 km2) from the disbanded Bromley Rural District; an area including parts of the parishes of Farnborough, Hayes, Keston and West Wickham. Bromley became part of the newly-created Greater London in 1965, in the new London Borough of Bromley. Governance Bromley forms part of the Bromley and Chislehurst Parliament constituency and the London European Parliament constituency. The current MP is Bob Neill. James Cleverly is the London Assembly member for the Bexley and Bromley constituency, in which the town is located. Bromley's most prominent MP was the former Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan Geography Bromley is located 9.3 miles (15 km) south east of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. The historic heart of the town is Market Square, which sits at the junction of the High Street and Church Road. Economy Bromley is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. The town has a large shopping and retail area, including a pedestrianised High Street and The Glades shopping centre. The shopping area includes many upmarket retailers such as Gap, Oasis, Russell & Bromley and Waterstone's, whilst the large concentration of restaurants includes a branch of the small chain of trendy, Belgian-themed Belgo restaurants. Transport Bromley is served by two railway stations. Bromley South, the larger and more frequently served of the two, which is on the Chatham mainline. Long distance trains from Victoria to Medway, Thanet and south east Kent have their first stop at Bromley, providing a fast and frequent non-stop service to central London. Bromley South is also a stop on the southeast London suburban rail network, with local services for Orpington and Sevenoaks from Victoria and the central London Thameslink stations calling at the station. Bromley North station is served by a shuttle service to Grove Park, where there are onward connections to London Bridge, Charing Cross & Cannon Street in central London; as well as services to Kent. Bromley is one of a few London boroughs not served by the London Underground, and, with the exception of its night buses, has no direct bus links to Central London. It does, however, have regular bus services operating from the town centre also serving urban hotspots in and around the borough including Orpington, Lewisham, Penge, Bexleyheath and Croydon. There are also buses in the town centre serving outer areas such as Downe, Biggin Hill, Westerham, Chartwell, Knockholt, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells. From 2012 services to central London from all stations within the borough of Bromley will become more regular and there are even plans to include Bromley in the new 'South London Line', an equivalent to the London Overground's 'East London Line'. However this has neither been officially confirmed or denied. Culture Bromley has a number of theatres, the most notable being the Churchill Theatre in the town centre and the Bromley Little Theatre close to Bromley North railway station. The Churchill Theatre was opened on 19 July 1977 by HRH Prince of Wales, and seats 785. It is now run on a contract currently held by the Ambassador Theatre Group and is successful commercially, acting as both a receiving and producing house, with many of its own productions transferring to the West End or touring nationally. An example being recent tours of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show". Bromley also has a large Central Library in the same building as the Churchill Theatre with a large book stock, internet and wifi access, reference library and local studies department. Empire Cinemas own a 4-screen site in Bromley, with screen 1 being its biggest with a capacity of 392. Screens 2 and 3 have disabled access. Sport and leisure The town has four Non-League football clubs, two teams play their home games at the Courage Stadium on Hayes Lane Bromley F.C. and Cray Wanderers F.C., the other teams Holmesdale F.C. and Greenwich Borough F.C. play at Oakley Road. Bromley F.C. are in the Conference South, which is the highest level of regionalised football in England, two divisions below the Football League. Cray Wanderers F.C. are currently one division below Bromley F.C. in the Isthmian League Premier Division. Beccehamians RFC is a rugby union club founded in 1933 which plays competitive rugby at Sparrows Den at the bottom of Corkscrew Hill in nearby West Wickham. Education Bromley has numerous schools, and is home to Bromley College of Further & Higher Education. There are two selective schools in nearby Orpington (within the London Borough of Bromley) with an 11+ exam. They are Newstead Wood School for Girls and St Olave's and St Saviour's Grammar School. There is also The Priory School, a specialist Sports School, which is in Orpington. There are two specialist Media Arts Schools, Hayes School and The Ravensbourne School. It also has the Ravens Wood and Darrick Wood Schools, which have been recognised by OFSTED for excellence (Ravens Wood) and Outstanding (Darrick Wood), being awarded almost top marks in an annual inspection in 2009 and Hayes School in 2011. Also Ravens Wood has been recognised by OFSTED for Outstanding In every criteria. There are many Independent Schools within the London Borough of Bromley, all of which provide exceptional education, however both Eltham College (in the nearby area of Mottingham - within the borough of Bromley and near the London Borough of Lewisham) and Bromley High (situated in the nearby, affluent area of Bickley- also within the borough of Bromley) have been regarded as institutes of educational excellence and have also been recognised by OFTSED for Outstanding in every criteria. Landmarks The parish church of St Peter and St Paul stands on Church Road. It was largely destroyed by enemy action on 16 April 1941 and rebuilt in the 1950s incorporating the medieval tower and reusing much of the flint and fragments of the original stone building. The most noteworthy historic building is Bromley College, London Road. The mature and very well maintained central public open spaces are noteworthy: Queen's Gardens, Martin's Hill, Church House Gardens, Library Gardens and College Green. Areas of importance Bromley has a number of affluent areas and is regarded as being one of the richest London Boroughs. There are a number of gated communities within the borough, most noticeably Keston Park (in Keston, Orpington), Farnborough Park (Farnborough, Orpington) and Bickley Park (in the affluent areas of Bickley and Chislehurst) Notable residents Owen Chadwick was born in Bromley in 1916. He was awarded the Order of Merit, was Vice Chancellor of University of Cambridge, Master of Selwyn Cambridge, Regius Professor of Modern History, Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Chancellor of University of Anglia, President of British Academy, and a Rugby Union International. H. G. Wells, most famous for his novel The War of the Worlds, was born in Bromley in 1866. There is an 'H.G. Wells Centre' in Masons Hill near the southern end of the High Street which houses the Bromley Labour Club. In August 2005, the wall honouring H.G. Wells in Market Square was repainted. The current wall painting features a ... http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t671838/

£2,686 /month  

·  14th of february 22:23
·  Bedrooms: 5

**LETTING INCENTIVES AVAILABLE** - UNFURNISHED DETACHED HOUSE - A unique 3 storey, 5 bedroom detached cottage style family home located in the much sought after village Gresford. Gresford offers convenience for day-to-day amenities which include local shops and popular public houses and restaurants. The property is within easy traveling distance of the A483 which provides excellent links to Chester and Wrexham, as well as the Chester Business Park which is approximately 15 minutes traveling distance by car as is the A55 by pass with its links to the M53/M56 motorway network. The property lies within a short walk of a regular bus service to both Wrexham and Chester. Having a net internal area of approx 226m2, briefly the accommodation (with approximate room dimensions) comprises: Open Porch, Entrance Hall, Cloakroom/WC, fitted two piece suite, Lounge: 3.40m x 7.20m, Dining/Family Area: 3.40m x 8.10m, Kitchen: 4.60m x 4.30m, fitted with a range of high quality units incorporating granite worktops and a range of built-in appliances, vaulted ceiling with oak beams, Utility Room: 1.80m x 2.70m, Study: 2.90m x 3.20m, Stairs & Landing, Master Bedroom: 3.40m x 4.60m, En-suite Shower Room: 3.40m x 2.50m, high quality tiles, sanitary ware with chrome rail, Bedroom 2: 2.70m x 4.50m, Bedroom 3: 3.50m x 2.70m, Family Bathroom: high quality tiles, sanitary ware with chrome rail, Stairs & Landing, airing cupboard off, Bedroom 4: 3.30m x 3.80m, Bedroom 5: 2.70m x 3.80m, Shower Room: 1.90m x 2.00m, high quality tiles, sanitary ware with chrome rail. Outside: Double garage 5.70 m x 5.70 m. Ample driveway parking. Paved patio areas with lawned gardens. Underfloor heating to ground and first floor. Double glazing. Fitted floor coverings. No Housing Allowance, DSS, Students, Smokers nor Pets. May consider professional sharers. Council Tax band I. Energy Efficiency Rating: C. Deposit 2000. Admin Fees Apply. For a free, no obligation, sales or lettings valuation, or to register to let us help you find your next home, contact Kent Jones. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t891135/

£1,266 /month  

·  8th of april 23:07
·  Bedrooms: 1

FREE REFERENCING FOR TENANTS - KS806 - PALM BAY - 1 Bed Flat With Superb Views - 550 pcm, Situated in a building where the landlord owns the whole block, in a quiet road in Palm bay. Good size property, double bedroom, balcony, modern and neutral interior, modern kitchen and bathroom. Parking is available., DLA, Working DSS and Pension Credit applicants will be considered., For information regarding our tenant referencing fees please visit our website , PALM BAY, Palm Bay is an area within Cliftonville, a suburb of Margate. It is in South East England and it is in the county of Kent in the United Kingdom. The area is predominantly a housing area, but has a large area of recreational land for the general public. Palm or Palmers Bay is one of many bays round the coast of Thanet. Palm Bay lies between Walpole and Botany Bays and is popular as a centre for Jet Skiing, the eastern end of Palm Bay is also known as Forness Bay and is the home to a local water skiing club., As you cycle from Broadstairs to Margate you pass Kent's most established surfing school at Joss Bay, see the picturesque Botany Bay with its chalk stack and historic buildings, golf courses and horse riding schools., The area has a selection of nice pubs and restaurants with nice views of the sea, the area has access to golf courses, garden centres and language schools. The area also has a local doctor's surgery as well as access to the local shopping centre at Westwood Cross, The district, which is governed by Thanet District Council, is located on the north eastern tip of Kent, and is predominantly coastal, with north, east and southeast facing coastlines. It is bordered by the City of Canterbury district to the west, and the Dover district to the south. The main towns in the district are Margate, Ramsgate and Broadstairs., Being close to the coast, and in Southern England, sunshine compares favourably with most of the United Kingdom, at over 1700 hours a year., Council Tax band info. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1875947/

£422 /month  

·  8th of april 22:52
·  Bedrooms: 2

**HALF PRICE ADMIN FEES** - **LETTING INCENTIVES AVAILABLE** - UNFURNISHED APARTMENT WITH PARKING - A brand new, spacious two bedroom first floor apartment with open plan living space and solar powered heated water system, located on a recently constructed development of twenty apartments in four blocks in a sought after village location. The development occupies a quiet position about 100 yards on foot from the main commercial centre of the village which offers a range of local shops and social amenities. Excellent road links into Wrexham about 4 miles. Having a net internal area of approx 52m2, briefly the accommodation (with approximate room dimensions) comprises: Canopy Porch, Communal Hall, Stairs & Landing, Open Plan Living Space: 3.67m x 5.16m (maximum), Juliet Balcony, Study: 1.79m x 2.23m, Kitchen Area: 1.76m x 4.15m, fitted with a range of units with built-under electric oven & grill, halogen hob, chimney style extractor hood, tiled floor, Inner Hall: 0.97m x 1.81m, airing cupboard off, Bedroom 1: 2.72m x 3.54m (maximum), Bedroom 2: 2.47m x 3.26m and a Bathroom: 1.95m x 1.97m (maximum), fitted three piece white suite comprising bath with mains shower and screen above, wash basin, w.c., PVCu clad walls, tiled floor. Outside: Communal grounds, drying and bin storage areas, dedicated parking space with visitor parking. PVCu double glazing. Solar water heating system. Gas fired central heating. Fitted floor coverings and window blinds. Digital aerial and satellite points. Door entry system. No Students, Smokers nor Pets. Housing Allowance, DSS considered (a guarantor may be required). Council Tax band pending. Energy Efficiency Rating: B. Deposit 475. Admin Fees Apply. For a free, no obligation, sales or lettings valuation, or to register to let us help you find your next home, contact Kent Jones. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1678328/

£364 /month  

·  8th of april 22:54
·  Bedrooms: 2

UNFURNISHED APARTMENT WITH PARKING - A modern self contained two bedroom second floor apartment with allocated parking space located close to the village centre. Completed in 2009 the development consists of eleven apartments each built to a high specification. Coedpoeth is a thriving community which lies on the A525 Wrexham (4 miles) to Ruthin (10 miles) Road. The village centre is about four hundred yards away, where the wide ranging amenities include a choice of Welsh and English speaking Primary Schools; a Public Library; both Dental and Medical Centres, and a variety of Shops. The nearest access-point onto the A483 town by pass is less than two miles away, from where there is a dual carriageway to Chester (16 miles). Having a net internal area of approx 51m2, briefly the accommodation comprises: Communal Hall, Stairs and Landing, Entrance Hall, cloaks cupboard off, intercom telephone, Open Plan Living Space, Juliet Balcony, Kitchen Area, fitted with a range of units with complementary work surfaces, single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, built-under electric oven & grill, inset electric hob with cooker hood above, tiled splash-backs, tiled floor, Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2 and a Bathroom, fitted three piece white suite comprising a bath with mains shower and clear screen above, wash hand basin and w.c., PVCu clad finish to the walls, tiled floor. Outside: dedicated parking space with visitor parking, communal grounds with drying and bin areas. The property benefits from gas fired central heating, PVCu double glazing, fitted floor and window coverings, digital TV aerial and satellite points, telephone entry system, telephone point. No Students, Sharers, Smokers nor Pets. DSS, Housing Allowance considered (a guarantor may be required). Council Tax band B. Energy Efficiency Rating: B. Deposit 460. Admin Fees Apply. For a free, no obligation, sales or lettings valuation, or to register to let us help you find your next home, contact Kent Jones. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1858165/

£353 /month  

·  8th of april 23:02
·  Bedrooms: 1

UNFURNISHED APARTMENT WITH PARKING - A modern one bedroom first floor apartment situated in a most convenient location within established residential surroundings. The apartment comprises one of a group of similar properties within a secure gated community which was completed in 2006. It is situated only a few hundred yards from the Eagles Meadow Development, which offers a range of restaurants, shops and leisure facilities. Having a net internal area of approx 43m2, briefly the accommodation (with approximate room dimensions) comprises: Communal Hall, Stairs & Landing, voice entry system, Entrance Hall, intercom telephone, L Shaped Open Plan Living Space/Kitchen: 5.82m x 4.42m & 3.09m, Juliet balcony, the Kitchen area is fitted with a range of units with complementary work surfaces, single drainer sink unit, built-under electric oven & grill, inset gas hob with chimney style cooker hood above, tiled splash backs, tiled floor to the Kitchen area, Bedroom: 3.58m x 2.57m and a Bathroom: 2.57m x 2.13m including linen cupboard, fitted four piece white suite comprising a bath, shower cubicle with mains shower, wash hand basin and w.c., part tiled walls, chrome heated towel rail. Outside: secure gated parking, communal drying and bin areas. The property benefits from gas fired central heating, PVCu double glazing, fitted floor and window coverings, alarm, digital television aerial and telephone point. No DSS, Housing Allowance, Pets, Smokers, Sharers nor Students. Council Tax band C. Energy Efficiency Rating: B. Deposit 550. Admin Fees Apply. For a free, no obligation, sales or lettings valuation, or to register to let us help you find your next home, contact Kent Jones. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1857861/

£345 /month  

·  8th of april 23:03
·  Bedrooms: 2

UNFURNISHED APARTMENT WITH PARKING - A modern two bedroom second floor apartment situated in a most convenient location within established residential surroundings. The apartment comprises one of a group of similar properties within a secure gated community which was completed in 2006. It is situated only a few hundred yards from the Eagles Meadow Development, which offers a range of restaurants, shops and leisure facilities. Having a net internal area of approx 52m2, briefly the accommodation (with approximate room dimensions) comprises: Communal Hall, Stairs & Landing, voice entry system, Entrance Hall, storage cupboard off, intercom telephone, Open Plan Living Space/Kitchen: 6.83m x 3.22m, Juliet balcony, the Kitchen area is fitted with a range of units with complementary work surfaces, single drainer sink unit, built-under electric oven & grill, inset gas hob with chimney style cooker hood above, tiled splash backs, tiled floor to the Kitchen area, Bedroom 1: 3.94m x 3.19m (maximum), Bedroom 2: 3.53m x 2.13m and a Bathroom: 2.65m x 2.53m (maximum) fitted four piece white suite comprising a bath, shower cubicle with mains shower, wash hand basin and w.c., part tiled walls. Outside: secure gated parking, communal drying and bin areas. The property benefits from gas fired central heating, PVCu double glazing, fitted floor coverings, alarm, digital television aerial and telephone point. No DSS, Housing Allowance, Pets, Smokers, Sharers nor Students. Council Tax band C. Energy Efficiency Rating: C. Deposit 595. Admin Fees Apply. For a free, no obligation, sales or lettings valuation, or to register to let us help you find your next home, contact Kent Jones. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1862429/

£380 /month  

·  8th of april 23:18
·  Bedrooms: 3

LARGE THREE BEDROOM HOUSE!!!!!!VERY CLOSE TO CHATTERTON VILLAGE, AVAILABLE BEG OF MAY!!!!!! Located close to Chatterton Village is this spacious three bedroom terrace house, the property consistes of:Entrance hall with radiator and wood flooring, light and airy living space with plenty of room for living and dining furniture, seperate kitchen with all white goods and plenty of storage, family bathroom with a three piece bathroom suite. Upstairs are three good sized rooms. Other benefits include: Gas central heating throughout, double glazed, private rear garden and on road parking. Available Beg May, Call Quick To Avoid Disappointment!!!! General Information: Bromley is a large suburban district of south east London, [1] England, and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Bromley. It was historically a market town, and prior to 1965 was in the county of Kent and formed the administrative centre of the Municipal Borough of Bromley. Its location on a coaching route and the opening of a railway station in 1858 were key to its development and the economic history of Bromley is underpinned by a shift from an agrarian village to commercial and retail hub. As part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Bromley significantly increased in population and has formed part of Greater London since 1965. It has developed into one of a handful of regionally significant commercial and retail districts outside central London.[2] It is located 9.3 miles (15 km) south east of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. History. Bromley is first recorded in a charter of 862 as Bromleag and means 'woodland clearing where broom grows'. It shares this Old English etymology with Great Bromley in Essex, but not with the Bromley in Tower Hamlets. The history of Bromley is closely connected with the See of Rochester. In AD 862 Ethelbert, the King of Kent, granted land to form the Manor of Bromley. It was held by the Bishops of Rochester until 1845, when Coles Child, a wealthy local merchant and philanthropist, purchased Bromley Palace (now the hub of the Bromley Civic Centre) and became lord of the manor. The town was an important coaching stop on the way to Hastings from London, and the now defunct Royal Bell Hotel (just off Market Square) is referred to in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. It was a quiet rural village until the arrival of the railway in 1858 in Shortlands, which led to rapid growth, and outlying suburban districts such as Bickley (which later overflowed into Bromley Common) were developed to accommodate those wishing to live so conveniently close to London. Bromley, also known as Bromley St Peter and St Paul, formed an ancient parish in the Bromley and Beckenham hundred and the Sutton-at-Hone lathe of Kent. In 1840 it became part of the expanded Metropolitan Police District. The parish adopted the Local Government Act 1858 and a local board was formed in 1867. The board was reconstituted as Bromley Urban District Council in 1894 and the parish became Bromley Urban District. It formed part of the London Traffic Area from 1924 and the London Passenger Transport Area from 1933. In 1934, as part of a county review order, the borough was expanded by taking in 1, 894 acres (7.66 km2) from the disbanded Bromley Rural District; an area including parts of the parishes of Farnborough, Hayes, Keston and West Wickham. Bromley became part of the newly-created Greater London in 1965, in the new London Borough of Bromley. Governance Bromley forms part of the Bromley and Chislehurst Parliament constituency and the London European Parliament constituency. The current MP is Bob Neill. James Cleverly is the London Assembly member for the Bexley and Bromley constituency, in which the town is located. Bromley's most prominent MP was the former Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. Geography Bromley is located 9.3 miles (15 km) south east of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. The historic heart of the town is Market Square, which sits at the junction of the High Street and Church Road. Economy Bromley is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. The town has a large shopping and retail area, including a pedestrianised High Street and The Glades shopping centre. The shopping area includes many upmarket retailers such as Gap, Oasis, Russell & Bromley and Waterstone's, whilst the large concentration of restaurants includes a branch of the small chain of trendy, Belgian-themed Belgo restaurants. Transport Bromley is served by two railway stations. Bromley South, the larger and more frequently served of the two, which is on the Chatham mainline. Long distance trains from Victoria to Medway, Thanet and south east Kent have their first stop at Bromley, providing a fast and frequent non-stop service to central London. Bromley South is also a stop on the southeast London suburban rail network, with local services for Orpington and Sevenoaks from Victoria and the central London Thameslink stations calling at the station. Bromley North station is served by a shuttle service to Grove Park, where there are onward connections to London Bridge, Charing Cross & Cannon Street in central London; as well as services to Kent. Bromley is one of a few London boroughs not served by the London Underground, and, with the exception of its night buses, has no direct bus links to Central London. It does, however, have regular bus services operating from the town centre also serving urban hotspots in and around the borough including Orpington, Lewisham, Penge, Bexleyheath and Croydon. There are also buses in the town centre serving outer areas such as Downe, Biggin Hill, Westerham, Chartwell, Knockholt, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells. From 2012 services to central London from all stations within the borough of Bromley will become more regular and there are even plans to include Bromley in the new 'South London Line', an equivalent to the London Overground's 'East London Line'. However this has neither been officially confirmed or denied. Culture Bromley has a number of theatres, the most notable being the Churchill Theatre in the town centre and the Bromley Little Theatre close to Bromley North railway station. The Churchill Theatre was opened on 19 July 1977 by HRH Prince of Wales, and seats 785. It is now run on a contract currently held by the Ambassador Theatre Group and is successful commercially, acting as both a receiving and producing house, with many of its own productions transferring to the West End or touring nationally. An example being recent tours of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show". Bromley also has a large Central Library in the same building as the Churchill Theatre with a large book stock, internet and wifi access, reference library and local studies department. Empire Cinemas own a 4-screen site in Bromley, with screen 1 being its biggest with a capacity of 392. Screens 2 and 3 have disabled access. Sport and leisure The town has four Non-League football clubs, two teams play their home games at the Courage Stadium on Hayes Lane Bromley F.C. and Cray Wanderers F.C., the other teams Holmesdale F.C. and Greenwich Borough F.C. play at Oakley Road. Bromley F.C. are in the Conference South, which is the highest level of regionalised football in England, two divisions below the Football League. Cray Wanderers F.C. are currently one division below Bromley F.C. in the Isthmian League Premier Division. Beccehamians RFC is a rugby union club founded in 1933 which plays competitive rugby at Sparrows Den at the bottom of Corkscrew Hill in nearby West Wickham. Education Bromley has numerous schools, and is home to Bromley College of Further & Higher Education. There are two selective schools in nearby Orpington (within the London Borough of Bromley) with an 11+ exam. They are Newstead Wood School for Girls and St Olave's and St Saviour's Grammar School. There is also The Priory School, a specialist Sports School, which is in Orpington. There are two specialist Media Arts Schools, Hayes School and The Ravensbourne School. It also has the Ravens Wood and Darrick Wood Schools, which have been recognised by OFSTED for excellence (Ravens Wood) and Outstanding (Darrick Wood), being awarded almost top marks in an annual inspection in 2009 and Hayes School in 2011. Also Ravens Wood has been recognised by OFSTED for Outstanding In every criteria. There are many Independent Schools within the London Borough of Bromley, all of which provide exceptional education, however both Eltham College (in the nearby area of Mottingham - within the borough of Bromley and near the London Borough of Lewisham) and Bromley High (situated in the nearby, affluent area of Bickley- also within the borough of Bromley) have been regarded as institutes of educational excellence and have also been recognised by OFTSED for Outstanding in every criteria. Landmarks The parish church of St Peter and St Paul stands on Church Road. It was largely destroyed by enemy action on 16 April 1941 and rebuilt in the 1950s incorporating the medieval tower and reusing much of the flint and fragments of the original stone building. The most noteworthy historic building is Bromley College, London Road. The mature and very well maintained central public open spaces are noteworthy: Queen's Gardens, Martin's Hill, Church House Gardens, Library Gardens and College Green. Areas of importance Bromley has a number of affluent areas and is regarded as being one of the richest London Boroughs. There are a number of gated communities within the borough, most noticeably Keston Park (in Keston, Orpington), Farnborough Park (Farnborough, Orpington) and Bickley Park (in the affluent areas of Bickley and Chislehurst) Notable residents Owen Chadwick was born in Bromley in 1916. He was awarded the Order of Merit, was Vice Chancellor of University of Cambridge, Ma... http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1910687/

£920 /month  

·  8th of april 23:02
·  Bedrooms: 3

THREE BEDROOM CONVERSION APARTMENT, AVAILABLE NOW!!!!!!!!!!! PERFECT FOR SHARERS! Located just moments from Shortlands/ Bromley North Station is this large three bedroom apartment, the property consists of three bedroom two double and a single, spacious lounge with beautiful picture windows letting in an ambundance of light. Family bathroom with a three piece bathroom suite, seperate kitchen with white goods included and plenty of storage Other benefits include permit parking, brand new combi boiler, access to the garden and walking distance to mainline station or local schools Please contact the office quick to avoid disappointment. Bromley General Information: Bromley is a large suburban district of south east London, [1] England, and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Bromley. It was historically a market town, and prior to 1965 was in the county of Kent and formed the administrative centre of the Municipal Borough of Bromley. Its location on a coaching route and the opening of a railway station in 1858 were key to its development and the economic history of Bromley is underpinned by a shift from an agrarian village to commercial and retail hub. As part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Bromley significantly increased in population and has formed part of Greater London since 1965. It has developed into one of a handful of regionally significant commercial and retail districts outside central London.[2] It is located 9.3 miles (15 km) south east of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. History. Bromley is first recorded in a charter of 862 as Bromleag and means 'woodland clearing where broom grows'. It shares this Old English etymology with Great Bromley in Essex, but not with the Bromley in Tower Hamlets. The history of Bromley is closely connected with the See of Rochester. In AD 862 Ethelbert, the King of Kent, granted land to form the Manor of Bromley. It was held by the Bishops of Rochester until 1845, when Coles Child, a wealthy local merchant and philanthropist, purchased Bromley Palace (now the hub of the Bromley Civic Centre) and became lord of the manor. The town was an important coaching stop on the way to Hastings from London, and the now defunct Royal Bell Hotel (just off Market Square) is referred to in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. It was a quiet rural village until the arrival of the railway in 1858 in Shortlands, which led to rapid growth, and outlying suburban districts such as Bickley (which later overflowed into Bromley Common) were developed to accommodate those wishing to live so conveniently close to London. Bromley, also known as Bromley St Peter and St Paul, formed an ancient parish in the Bromley and Beckenham hundred and the Sutton-at-Hone lathe of Kent. In 1840 it became part of the expanded Metropolitan Police District. The parish adopted the Local Government Act 1858 and a local board was formed in 1867. The board was reconstituted as Bromley Urban District Council in 1894 and the parish became Bromley Urban District. It formed part of the London Traffic Area from 1924 and the London Passenger Transport Area from 1933. In 1934, as part of a county review order, the borough was expanded by taking in 1, 894 acres (7.66 km2) from the disbanded Bromley Rural District; an area including parts of the parishes of Farnborough, Hayes, Keston and West Wickham. Bromley became part of the newly-created Greater London in 1965, in the new London Borough of Bromley. Governance Bromley forms part of the Bromley and Chislehurst Parliament constituency and the London European Parliament constituency. The current MP is Bob Neill. James Cleverly is the London Assembly member for the Bexley and Bromley constituency, in which the town is located. Bromley's most prominent MP was the former Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. Geography Bromley is located 9.3 miles (15 km) south east of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. The historic heart of the town is Market Square, which sits at the junction of the High Street and Church Road. Economy Bromley is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. The town has a large shopping and retail area, including a pedestrianised High Street and The Glades shopping centre. The shopping area includes many upmarket retailers such as Gap, Oasis, Russell & Bromley and Waterstone's, whilst the large concentration of restaurants includes a branch of the small chain of trendy, Belgian-themed Belgo restaurants. Transport Bromley is served by two railway stations. Bromley South, the larger and more frequently served of the two, which is on the Chatham mainline. Long distance trains from Victoria to Medway, Thanet and south east Kent have their first stop at Bromley, providing a fast and frequent non-stop service to central London. Bromley South is also a stop on the southeast London suburban rail network, with local services for Orpington and Sevenoaks from Victoria and the central London Thameslink stations calling at the station. Bromley North station is served by a shuttle service to Grove Park, where there are onward connections to London Bridge, Charing Cross & Cannon Street in central London; as well as services to Kent. Bromley is one of a few London boroughs not served by the London Underground, and, with the exception of its night buses, has no direct bus links to Central London. It does, however, have regular bus services operating from the town centre also serving urban hotspots in and around the borough including Orpington, Lewisham, Penge, Bexleyheath and Croydon. There are also buses in the town centre serving outer areas such as Downe, Biggin Hill, Westerham, Chartwell, Knockholt, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells. From 2012 services to central London from all stations within the borough of Bromley will become more regular and there are even plans to include Bromley in the new 'South London Line', an equivalent to the London Overground's 'East London Line'. However this has neither been officially confirmed or denied. Culture Bromley has a number of theatres, the most notable being the Churchill Theatre in the town centre and the Bromley Little Theatre close to Bromley North railway station. The Churchill Theatre was opened on 19 July 1977 by HRH Prince of Wales, and seats 785. It is now run on a contract currently held by the Ambassador Theatre Group and is successful commercially, acting as both a receiving and producing house, with many of its own productions transferring to the West End or touring nationally. An example being recent tours of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show". Bromley also has a large Central Library in the same building as the Churchill Theatre with a large book stock, internet and wifi access, reference library and local studies department. Empire Cinemas own a 4-screen site in Bromley, with screen 1 being its biggest with a capacity of 392. Screens 2 and 3 have disabled access. Sport and leisure The town has four Non-League football clubs, two teams play their home games at the Courage Stadium on Hayes Lane Bromley F.C. and Cray Wanderers F.C., the other teams Holmesdale F.C. and Greenwich Borough F.C. play at Oakley Road. Bromley F.C. are in the Conference South, which is the highest level of regionalised football in England, two divisions below the Football League. Cray Wanderers F.C. are currently one division below Bromley F.C. in the Isthmian League Premier Division. Beccehamians RFC is a rugby union club founded in 1933 which plays competitive rugby at Sparrows Den at the bottom of Corkscrew Hill in nearby West Wickham. Education Bromley has numerous schools, and is home to Bromley College of Further & Higher Education. There are two selective schools in nearby Orpington (within the London Borough of Bromley) with an 11+ exam. They are Newstead Wood School for Girls and St Olave's and St Saviour's Grammar School. There is also The Priory School, a specialist Sports School, which is in Orpington. There are two specialist Media Arts Schools, Hayes School and The Ravensbourne School. It also has the Ravens Wood and Darrick Wood Schools, which have been recognised by OFSTED for excellence (Ravens Wood) and Outstanding (Darrick Wood), being awarded almost top marks in an annual inspection in 2009 and Hayes School in 2011. Also Ravens Wood has been recognised by OFSTED for Outstanding In every criteria. There are many Independent Schools within the London Borough of Bromley, all of which provide exceptional education, however both Eltham College (in the nearby area of Mottingham - within the borough of Bromley and near the London Borough of Lewisham) and Bromley High (situated in the nearby, affluent area of Bickley- also within the borough of Bromley) have been regarded as institutes of educational excellence and have also been recognised by OFTSED for Outstanding in every criteria. Landmarks The parish church of St Peter and St Paul stands on Church Road. It was largely destroyed by enemy action on 16 April 1941 and rebuilt in the 1950s incorporating the medieval tower and reusing much of the flint and fragments of the original stone building. The most noteworthy historic building is Bromley College, London Road. The mature and very well maintained central public open spaces are noteworthy: Queen's Gardens, Martin's Hill, Church House Gardens, Library Gardens and College Green. Areas of importance Bromley has a number of affluent areas and is regarded as being one of the richest London Boroughs. There are a number of gated communities within the borough, most noticeably Keston Park (in Keston, Orpington), Farnborough Park (Farnborough, Orpington) and Bickley Park (in the affluent areas of Bickley and Chislehurst) Notable residents Owen Chadwick was born in Bromley in 1916. He was awarded the Order of Merit, was Vice Chancellor of University of Cambridge,... http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1834879/

£1,074 /month  

·  8th of april 23:03
·  Bedrooms: 2

WALKING DISTANCE TO BROMLEY SOUTH/TOWN CENTRE IS THE SPACIOUS TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH NEW MODERN KITCHEN AND BATHROOM, AVAILABLE NOW!! Available Now!!!!! Located perfectly for city professionals is this two bedroom first floor apartment, property consists of two double bedrooms, spacious lounge/diner with three seater sofa and diner table/chairs, seperate kitchen with all white goods and plenty of storage cupboards, three piece bathroom suite with over head shower. Other benefits include: Parking, Phone Entry System and Close To Mainline Station. Bromley General Information: Bromley is a large suburban district of south east London, [1] England, and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Bromley. It was historically a market town, and prior to 1965 was in the county of Kent and formed the administrative centre of the Municipal Borough of Bromley. Its location on a coaching route and the opening of a railway station in 1858 were key to its development and the economic history of Bromley is underpinned by a shift from an agrarian village to commercial and retail hub. As part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Bromley significantly increased in population and has formed part of Greater London since 1965. It has developed into one of a handful of regionally significant commercial and retail districts outside central London.[2] It is located 9.3 miles (15 km) south east of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. History. Bromley is first recorded in a charter of 862 as Bromleag and means 'woodland clearing where broom grows'. It shares this Old English etymology with Great Bromley in Essex, but not with the Bromley in Tower Hamlets. The history of Bromley is closely connected with the See of Rochester. In AD 862 Ethelbert, the King of Kent, granted land to form the Manor of Bromley. It was held by the Bishops of Rochester until 1845, when Coles Child, a wealthy local merchant and philanthropist, purchased Bromley Palace (now the hub of the Bromley Civic Centre) and became lord of the manor. The town was an important coaching stop on the way to Hastings from London, and the now defunct Royal Bell Hotel (just off Market Square) is referred to in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. It was a quiet rural village until the arrival of the railway in 1858 in Shortlands, which led to rapid growth, and outlying suburban districts such as Bickley (which later overflowed into Bromley Common) were developed to accommodate those wishing to live so conveniently close to London. Bromley, also known as Bromley St Peter and St Paul, formed an ancient parish in the Bromley and Beckenham hundred and the Sutton-at-Hone lathe of Kent. In 1840 it became part of the expanded Metropolitan Police District. The parish adopted the Local Government Act 1858 and a local board was formed in 1867. The board was reconstituted as Bromley Urban District Council in 1894 and the parish became Bromley Urban District. It formed part of the London Traffic Area from 1924 and the London Passenger Transport Area from 1933. In 1934, as part of a county review order, the borough was expanded by taking in 1, 894 acres (7.66 km2) from the disbanded Bromley Rural District; an area including parts of the parishes of Farnborough, Hayes, Keston and West Wickham. Bromley became part of the newly-created Greater London in 1965, in the new London Borough of Bromley. Governance Bromley forms part of the Bromley and Chislehurst Parliament constituency and the London European Parliament constituency. The current MP is Bob Neill. James Cleverly is the London Assembly member for the Bexley and Bromley constituency, in which the town is located. Bromley's most prominent MP was the former Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. Geography Bromley is located 9.3 miles (15 km) south east of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. The historic heart of the town is Market Square, which sits at the junction of the High Street and Church Road. Economy Bromley is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. The town has a large shopping and retail area, including a pedestrianised High Street and The Glades shopping centre. The shopping area includes many upmarket retailers such as Gap, Oasis, Russell & Bromley and Waterstone's, whilst the large concentration of restaurants includes a branch of the small chain of trendy, Belgian-themed Belgo restaurants. Transport Bromley is served by two railway stations. Bromley South, the larger and more frequently served of the two, which is on the Chatham mainline. Long distance trains from Victoria to Medway, Thanet and south east Kent have their first stop at Bromley, providing a fast and frequent non-stop service to central London. Bromley South is also a stop on the southeast London suburban rail network, with local services for Orpington and Sevenoaks from Victoria and the central London Thameslink stations calling at the station. Bromley North station is served by a shuttle service to Grove Park, where there are onward connections to London Bridge, Charing Cross & Cannon Street in central London; as well as services to Kent. Bromley is one of a few London boroughs not served by the London Underground, and, with the exception of its night buses, has no direct bus links to Central London. It does, however, have regular bus services operating from the town centre also serving urban hotspots in and around the borough including Orpington, Lewisham, Penge, Bexleyheath and Croydon. There are also buses in the town centre serving outer areas such as Downe, Biggin Hill, Westerham, Chartwell, Knockholt, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells. From 2012 services to central London from all stations within the borough of Bromley will become more regular and there are even plans to include Bromley in the new 'South London Line', an equivalent to the London Overground's 'East London Line'. However this has neither been officially confirmed or denied. Culture Bromley has a number of theatres, the most notable being the Churchill Theatre in the town centre and the Bromley Little Theatre close to Bromley North railway station. The Churchill Theatre was opened on 19 July 1977 by HRH Prince of Wales, and seats 785. It is now run on a contract currently held by the Ambassador Theatre Group and is successful commercially, acting as both a receiving and producing house, with many of its own productions transferring to the West End or touring nationally. An example being recent tours of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show". Bromley also has a large Central Library in the same building as the Churchill Theatre with a large book stock, internet and wifi access, reference library and local studies department. Empire Cinemas own a 4-screen site in Bromley, with screen 1 being its biggest with a capacity of 392. Screens 2 and 3 have disabled access. Sport and leisure The town has four Non-League football clubs, two teams play their home games at the Courage Stadium on Hayes Lane Bromley F.C. and Cray Wanderers F.C., the other teams Holmesdale F.C. and Greenwich Borough F.C. play at Oakley Road. Bromley F.C. are in the Conference South, which is the highest level of regionalised football in England, two divisions below the Football League. Cray Wanderers F.C. are currently one division below Bromley F.C. in the Isthmian League Premier Division. Beccehamians RFC is a rugby union club founded in 1933 which plays competitive rugby at Sparrows Den at the bottom of Corkscrew Hill in nearby West Wickham. Education Bromley has numerous schools, and is home to Bromley College of Further & Higher Education. There are two selective schools in nearby Orpington (within the London Borough of Bromley) with an 11+ exam. They are Newstead Wood School for Girls and St Olave's and St Saviour's Grammar School. There is also The Priory School, a specialist Sports School, which is in Orpington. There are two specialist Media Arts Schools, Hayes School and The Ravensbourne School. It also has the Ravens Wood and Darrick Wood Schools, which have been recognised by OFSTED for excellence (Ravens Wood) and Outstanding (Darrick Wood), being awarded almost top marks in an annual inspection in 2009 and Hayes School in 2011. Also Ravens Wood has been recognised by OFSTED for Outstanding In every criteria. There are many Independent Schools within the London Borough of Bromley, all of which provide exceptional education, however both Eltham College (in the nearby area of Mottingham - within the borough of Bromley and near the London Borough of Lewisham) and Bromley High (situated in the nearby, affluent area of Bickley- also within the borough of Bromley) have been regarded as institutes of educational excellence and have also been recognised by OFTSED for Outstanding in every criteria. Landmarks The parish church of St Peter and St Paul stands on Church Road. It was largely destroyed by enemy action on 16 April 1941 and rebuilt in the 1950s incorporating the medieval tower and reusing much of the flint and fragments of the original stone building. The most noteworthy historic building is Bromley College, London Road. The mature and very well maintained central public open spaces are noteworthy: Queen's Gardens, Martin's Hill, Church House Gardens, Library Gardens and College Green. Areas of importance Bromley has a number of affluent areas and is regarded as being one of the richest London Boroughs. There are a number of gated communities within the borough, most noticeably Keston Park (in Keston, Orpington), Farnborough Park (Farnborough, Orpington) and Bickley Park (in the affluent areas of Bickley and Chislehurst) Notable residents Owen Chadwick was born in Bromley in 1916. He was awarded the Order of Merit, was Vice Chancellor of University of Cambridge, Master of Selwyn Cambridge, Regius Professor of Modern History, Dixie Professor of Ec... http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1866929/

£844 /month  

·  8th of april 22:54
·  Bedrooms: 2

**HALF PRICE ADMIN FEES** - FURNISHED APARTMENT WITH PARKING - An attractive and imaginative two bedroom duplex apartment, comprising approx 59m2 and forming part of the 19th century grade II listed Wynnstay Hall Estate. The development has stunning views over the lake and Welsh Mountains beyond. The residents enjoy magnificent grounds designed in 1777 by Capability Brown which extend to approximately 27 acres, sporting facilities can also be found at the estate. Wynnstay Hall Estate is approximately half a mile from the village of Ruabon with its shops, schools and amenities and is even closer to a junction of the North/South A483 by pass, so combined with rail and bus routes from the village this apartment is ideal for the commuter. Having a net internal area of approx 59m2, briefly the accommodation (with approximate room dimensions) comprises: Open Porch, Lounge: 4.63m x 4.75m, laminate floor, Kitchen: 2.35m x 3.27m, fitted with a range of units with complementary work surfaces, single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, range cooker with chimney style cooker hood above, fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave oven, tiled splash backs & floor, Utility Room: fitted work tops, washing machine, tiled splash backs & floor, Inner Hall: 0.98m x 2.49m, laminate floor, Ground Floor Bathroom: 1.46m x 2.14m, fitted with a three piece white suite comprising a bath, wash hand basin and w.c., half tiled walls & tiled floor, Bedroom 2: 3.27m x 3.30m, laminate floor, turned staircase to Mezzanine/Study Area: 3.01m x 3.23m, Bedroom 1:3.46m x 4.97m and En-Suite Shower Room: 1.64m x 2.21m (maximum), fitted three piece white suite comprising a shower, wash hand basin and w.c., part tiled walls. Outside: allocated parking, communal bin area. Uuse of the communal gardens which are approached over a magnificent tree lined driveway and surrounded by picturesque parkland with lakes. The property benefits from gas fired central heating, digital TV aerial & satellite points, fitted floor and window coverings. No DSS, Housing Allowance, Students, Sharers, Smokers. May consider Pets. Council Tax band F. Energy Efficiency Rating: C. Deposit 750. Admin Fees Apply. INTERNAL INSPECTION IS ESSENTIAL TO APPRECIATE THIS CHARACTER PROPERTY. For a free, no obligation, sales or lettings valuation, or to register to let us help you find your next home, contact Kent Jones. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1839733/

£499 /month  

·  8th of april 23:05
·  Bedrooms: 1

Property Reference: 28034. This comfortable and attractive studio gives onto the communal courtyard garden of a Grade II listed Georgian building in the heart of the medieval centre of Tonbridge. The location of the building is both delightful and convenient, with a medieval church and extensive churchyard on one side, and the town's High Street and commercial centre on the other side, within easy walking distance of the mainline train station. The main room, an open plan living room and fitted kitchen area, looks east over the garden through 12 pane Georgian sash windows. There is excellent natural light with high ceilings. The flat is one of eight flats created when the building was carefully and completely redeveloped in 2005. Protected period features were preserved and state of the art materials and structure were introduced. The conversion was praised in public documents by local authority planning officers and building regulation staff, who wrote: “The conversion works have all been carried out to a very high standard." The walls of the courtyard garden, like the building, are Grade II listed. The paving in the garden complements the building's Georgian architecture. The studio has full gas central heating and a generous distribution of power points. The building stands within 1/2 mile of Tonbridge mainline station, which offers what may be the best rail service of any town close to the M25. There are direct commuter trains to London Bridge, Cannon Street, Waterloo, Charing Cross, and Victoria, and they are frequent. The fastest trains take around 35 minutes to London Bridge. The lines also run south, east and west to Gatwick and Dorking, Canterbury, Dover, Hastings etc. There are nearby road links, via the A26 and A21, to the M20 & M25 motorways; the main roads to and from Tonbridge are excellent. Junction 5 of the M25 is approximately eight miles north. Nearby allocated residents' parking spaces are available for £35 per annum on application to local authority offices in the nearby 13th century Norman castle. There is a large Waitrose supermarket, and a large Sainsburys supermarket, a few minutes walk away, between the studio and the train station. The building lies within the Tonbridge Conservation Area. The castle and its grounds, a sports centre, a quality public swimming pool and the River Medway are all within a few minutes walk. Tonbridge, an historic market town, lies in the Medway valley between the Kent Weald and the Green Sand Ridge/North Downs. It offers a range of retail and leisure activities with many high street stores and a full complement of banks and building societies, together with a selection of coffee shops, restaurants and local inns. The geography and history of the area are interesting and extended. There is an extraordinary variety of local villages and places of interest within easy distance, including Hever, Chartwell, Penshurst, Cowden, Sevenoaks, Bewl Water, Leeds Castle, Ashdown Forest and Hartfield. Band A council tax. No DSS / Housing Benefit Applicants. Students welcome to enquire. Pets by arrangement. No Smokers. Not Family Friendly EPC Rating: C If calling, please quote reference: 28034 Fees: You will not be charged any admin fees. Referencing for tenants only costs £20 each, if requested by the landlord for this property. ** Contact today to book a viewing! ** Request Details form responded to 24/7, with phone bookings available 9am-9pm, 7 days a week. OpenRent endeavours to make all property particulars as accurate and reliable as possible, however if you require any further clarification or information please contact us. When applying for a tenancy using the Rent Now process, you will be required to pay one month's rent and any deposit before moving in. This will be paid to OpenRent and released to the landlord once you have moved in. With OpenRent there are no administration fees to pay, although you may need to pay £20 per tenant to cover the cost of referencing if required by the landlord. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1891211/

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