The Old Municipal Buildings 19 East Street
020 3151 3915; 020 3369 4236
4 Bedroom Cottage House, Warren Road Chelsfield, Orpington, BR6 6EN
This unique period property offers great living space with a large lounge diner as well as a good size fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room, the inglenook fireplace houses a log burner and all the rooms have exposed beams, the four double bedrooms on the first and second floors are a good size with the master having an ensuite. modern fitted bathroom and lots of hallway space. This is a great family home and you will be hard pressed to find anything similar in the area.
The name was recorded in Domesday Book as â€˜Cillesfelleâ€™, but transcription errors were common in that survey, and in the following year another document rendered it as â€˜Chilesfeldâ€™. The name may have indicated a â€˜chilly fieldâ€™, given the exposed nature of the high ground, but was more likely to have derived from ownership by a man called C?ol.
The church of St Martin of Tours is of early Norman origin, and was altered and enlarged in the 13th century.
In 1290 Otto de Grandison granted Chelsfield a charter declaring that â€œthere may be one market at my manor of Chelsfield each week on Monday, and one fair each year, at the same, lasting three days.â€
Several lanes converge on the village and drovers would stop here to obtain water for their livestock and ale for themselves. The Five Bells public house takes its name from the unusual number of bells that the church used to have.
Available in May
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4 Bedroom Cottage House To Rent