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Property to let in Maylands Drive, Sidcup, Kent, DA14
Maylands Drive, Sidcup, Kent, DA14
£1,250 per month
Fees: Referencing £90 per tenant & £100 admin fee per tenancy plus VAT. Other fees may apply.
An extended four bedroom semi detached house offered fully furnished with double glazing and gas central heating, easy to maintain garden, off street parking to front.
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 receptions
- Four bedroom semi
- Offered furnished
- Double glazing
- Gas central heating
- Off street parking
- Garden with patio
- Entrance Hall
- Wood flooring
- Reception Room
- Through reception room with sofas, coffee table
- UPVC conservatory currently used as a playroom
- Modern fitted kitchen with cooker and hob, breakfast bar
- Utility Room
- Large utility room to side of the property with fridge freezer and washing machine
- Ground floor cloakroom with wc and wash hand basin
- Master Bedroom
- With fitted wardrobes, bed and drawer units. Double doors to:
- Ensuite Bathroom
- Ensuite with corner bath, vanity unit with sink inset, wc, bidet
- Double bed, wardrobes
- Wardrobes, single bed
- Wardrobes, single bed
- Shower Room
- Double shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low level wc
- Patio area, laid to lawn, garden shed
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All matters and negotiations remain 'Subject to Contract' until the commencement of a tenancy and must be conducted via Robinson Jackson or Robinson Michael & Jackson. These details are for general guidance and do not form part of a contact. Measurements are approximate and items shown in photographs may not be included in the tenancy.
Our guide for Barnehurst offers a brief overview of the area and its attractions, properties, schools, history, council tax and public transport links. Use the menu to the left hand side to explore the other areas we cover.
Barnehurst, in the Greater London Borough of Bexley, is located adjacent to North Bexleyheath with a DA7 postcode. The town came into existence in 1881 after land was sold to make way for the train line between Lewisham and Dartford. What followed was a swell of residential building around the station, notably the Barnehurst Estate in 1926 that remains popular with commuters today.
Barnehurst has a number of local shops on Midfied Parade near the station, including a Sainsbury’s Local for essential everyday items. Take a short trip up the hill to Bexleyheath for its vast array of High Street shops and supermarkets. For a more diverse mix of department stores and high-end retail therapy head down the A2 to Bluewater, this is approximately 15 minutes by car.
Grab your clubs as Barnehurst Golf Club is one of the area's biggest attractions. There's also acres of open space in the shape of parks and woodlands dotted all over the town. Bursted Wood is a great place for dog walking, and children will love the play equipment at Martens Grove Park, Russell Park and at the open space by Manor Road/Northall Road.
Food and Drink
The Red Barn pub serves food daily and there's an eat-in Indian on Midfield Parade called Jhas Tandoori. Those that prefer to dine at home can chose from many take-away options, including fish and chips, Chinese, Indian and kebabs. Finer dining and a wider selection of bars and pubs can be found at Bexleyheath, Bluewater and Blackheath - which are all accessible by road and rail within 20 minutes.
Barnehurst is unusual in that it's most notable piece of history is a pub. The Red Barn was built in 1936 and was home to a local jazz band - The George Webb Dixielanders. Their Monday night performances at the pub were credited by many for keeping jazz music alive in Britain after WWII, and a plaque commemorating this fact was unveiled at the pub in 1985 by jazz legend George Melly. The pub still has a music tradition with Karaoke most months.
The property that was built at the start of the 20th century is still a big part of the housing stock in Barnehurst today. There are some fantastic semi-detached houses available with beautiful bay windows to the front, as well as some truly affordable terraced homes that make excellent starter houses. Look out for 1930s extended properties that can offer as many as five bedrooms.
Belvedere is in the Bexley borough and these are the council tax valuation details for London Borough of Bexley for the year 2011/2012.
|A||Up to and including £40,000||£954.39|
|B||£40,001 - £52,000||£1113.46|
|C||£52,001 - £68,000||£1272.52|
|D||£68,001 - £88,000||£1431.59|
|E||£88,001 - £120,000||£1749.72|
|F||£120,001 - £160,000||£2067.85|
|G||£160,001 - £320,000||£2385.98|
|H||More than £320,000||£2863.18|
Although there are three well-regarded primary schools in Barnehurst, all secondary school education takes places in Bexleyheath and Welling – you will find details of all the schools in the area by pressing the ‘Rated Schools’ button.
- Mayplace Primary School
- Normandy Primary School
- Barnehurst Infant & Junior School
The nearest hospitals are Queen Elizabeth in Woolwich, Queen Mary's in Sidcup and Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford
Barnehurst has its own mainline railway station, where trains leave on a regular basis for Charing Cross (44 minutes), Cannon Street (37 minutes) - via London Bridge and Waterloo East - and Victoria (47 minutes). The town is also close to the A2 and the M25. Local buses are numerous, taking residents to all the neighbouring towns, as well as to Blackheath, Lewisham and Woolwich (for the DLR and future Crossrail). There's also a night bus returning from Trafalgar Square to Barnehurst.