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Property for sale in Brangbourne Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1
Brangbourne Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1
Guide Price £279,995 - £290,000
Located in a popular residential road is this 3 bedroom mid terraced family home within a short distance to Beckenham Hill Station and Beckenham Place Park golf course.
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 receptions
- 1930's Mid Terrace
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Off Street Parking
- Good Location
- Hardwood front door. Under stairs cupboard. Single radiator. Power points. Stairs leading to first floor.
- RECEPTION 1:
- 14'5" x 12'0" (4.4m x 3.66m) Double glazed window to front aspect. Feature fireplace. Double radiator, fitted carpet and power points.
- RECEPTION 2:
- 12'5" x 11'1" (3.8m x 3.4m) Double glazed patio doors to rear aspect. Dado and picture rails. Double radiator. Vinyl flooring. Power points.
- 8'0" x 7'8" (2.46m x 2.34m) Double glazed door leading to rear garden. Vinyl flooring.
- 11'1" x 6'3" (3.38m x 1.93m) Double glazed window to rear aspect and door leading to lean-to. Fitted kitchen comprising fitted wall and base units with rolled edge work surfaces. Sink and drainer unit with splash back. 4-ring hob, integrated oven with stainless steel splash back and extractor fan. Space for fridge/freezer. Plumbed for dish washer. Part tiled walls.
- Fitted carpet. Power points. Loft access.
- BEDROOM 1:
- 12'0" x 11'5" (3.66m x 3.48m) Double glazed window to front aspect. Dado and picture rails. Double radiator. Fitted carpet. Power points.
- BEDROOM 2:
- 12'5" x 10'0" (3.8m x 3.07m) Double glazed window to rear aspect. Picture rail. Single radiator. Fitted carpet.
- BEDROOM 3:
- 9'6" x 6'3" (2.9m x 1.93m) Double glazed window to front aspect. Picture rail. Single radiator, fitted carpet and power points.
- 8'4" x 6'5" (2.54m x 1.98m) Double glazed window to rear aspect. Panel enclosed bath with mixer tap, overhead shower and glass screen, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Heated towel rail. Part tiled walls. Tiled floor. Extractor fan.
- SEPARATE SHOWER ROOM:
- 4'5" x 4'5" (1.37m x 1.37m) Shower cubicle and wash hand basin. Vinyl flooring.
- FRONT GARDEN:
- Paved for Off Street Parking.
- REAR GARDEN:
- 0'0" x 35'11" (Approx 10.97m) Laid to lawn with patio.
- OUT BUILDING:
- Games room/Office.
Our area guide for Catford offers a brief overview of the town and its attractions, properties, schools, history, council tax and public transport links.
Catford, incorporating Rushey Green, is located in the London Borough of Lewisham and covers the whole SE6 postcode. It's bordered by Lewisham, Hither Green, Forest Hill, Crofton Park, Bromley, Downham and Grove Park, and sits centrally off of the south circular. There's a good spread of people and nationalities based in and around Catford, from young families to retirees, and this gives the town a balanced feel. The town's most recognisable landmark is the elevated Black Cat sculpture that marks the entrance to the Catford Centre. Sir Henry Cooper and Ben Elton are both past residents.
Catford boasts a number of large chain stores such as Tesco, Iceland and a major DIY superstore, as well as more specialist shops such as Turkish and other international supermarkets, bakers, green grocers and butchers. Catford Mews is an indoor market place with a street market that runs parallel to the theatre on Catford Broadway. Catford's individual neighbourhoods all benefit from their own parades of shops, where you'll usually find a newsagent, convenience store, a chemist and take-away outlets.
The Broadway Theatre – an impressive Art Deco building – is one of the town's best attractions, with an exciting programme of shows and events. Catford's other premium attraction is Mountsfield Park. It is one of London's best open spaces and hosts the ever-popular and well attended Lewisham People's Day in July. The park also accommodates arts and craft fairs, fairground attractions, and cultural music and dance events. Ladywell Arena running track is also close and is well used by local clubs - it is due to be used as a training camp ahead of the Olympics in 2012. Keen footballers can use the large 5-a-side football facility in the town.
Food and drink
Most of Catford's community pubs generally serve traditional English food. There's an abundance of eat-in restaurants and take-away outlets in Catford, offering Thai, Indian, Greek, Italian, Chinese and conventional fast food. Catford had one of the first curry houses to open in Britain, with meals being served as early as 1824.
The name Catford comes from the place where cattle crossed the River Ravensbourne in Saxon times. Catford was historically part of Kent until 1889, when it was absorbed into the new London County Council. Catford's oldest pub is the Black Horse and Harrow (now called the Goose on the Green). The pub has existed since at least 1700, though the present building dates from 1897.
The property in Catford is highly desirable as it's mainly made up of good sized Victorian and Edwardian homes – ideal for families and young professionals. Some of the largest properties can be found within the popular Catford Conservation area, where the houses offer three and four-bedrooms, while the Corbett estate is home to some great 19th century houses. There is still some 1930s housing stock and a small influx of new flats in the area. The rental market in Catford is thriving as the town provides a good base for commuters into London and the Docklands, as well as a cosmopolitan place for families looking for good schools.
Catford is in the Lewisham borough and these are the council tax valuation details for London Borough of Lewisham for the year 2011/2012.
|A||Up to and including £40,000||£901.29|
|B||£40,001 - £52,000||£1051.50|
|C||£52,001 - £68,000||£1201.72|
|D||£68,001 - £88,000||£1351.93|
|E||£88,001 - £120,000||£1652.36|
|F||£120,001 - £160,000||£1952.79|
|G||£160,001 - £320,000||£2253.22|
|H||More than £320,000||£2703.86|
Schools in Catford include:
- Athelney Primary School
- Holbeach Primary School
- Holy Cross RC Primary School
- Rathfern Primary School
- Rushey Green Primary School
- Sandhurst Nursery, Infant & Junior Nursery School
- Springfield Christian School
- Torridon Infants and Junior School
- Catford High School
- Sedgehill School
- St Dunstan's College
- Greenvale School
The nearest hospital to Catford is Lewisham Hospital.
Catford has two over-ground train stations just off Catford High Street – Catford and Catford Bridge. Trains run frequently to Lewisham (for the DLR), London Bridge, Waterloo East, Cannon Street, Charing Cross and Victoria. Journeys from Catford to London Bridge by train take only 10 minutes. Catford is well serviced by buses, with routes to Canada Water (for the Tube) as well as routes to central London and Bromley. The A205 South Circular runs through Catford and the A2 is only a short drive away.