This 1930s semi-detached house is situated in a quiet no-through road, close to local shops and St Mary Cray station that lies less than half a mile away. It is offered to the market with NO ONWARD CHAIN.
The property has been extended to the rear to increase the living space and provide a large kitchen whilst upstairs there are three bedrooms.
An enclosed entrance porch leads to the hallway, off of which you enter the living/dining room. This room is also open plan to the kitchen extension at the rear.
The property has two bathrooms, one on the ground floor and a shower room with WC upstairs.
Outside, the frontage is shingle laid with the possibility of off-street parking (subject to planning permission) and the rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a westerly aspect.
Orpington is a thriving suburban town within the M25 and therefore ideally situated for access to the motorway network and the railway stations that can transport you into London in as little as 17 minutes. The town centre, just three quarters of a mile away, has a comprehensive range of shops and facilities including the Walnuts Centre and Odeon cinema. Sports facilities are also well catered for with the Walnuts Leisure Centre, golf courses, football and rugby clubs all within the area. A little way out of town you will find larger shops at the Nugent Retail Park as well as the large DIY stores. Shopping centres at Bluewater and Bromley can also be found within 10 miles drive or bus ride. The Orpington district has lots of green areas to enjoy including Priory Gardens and Goddington Park and the rolling Kent countryside starts from the edge of town where you will find cosy country pubs in the surrounding villages. Many people are drawn to the area for the reputable schools that include ‘Outstanding’ rated primary’s at Warren Road, Crofton and Perry Hall Road, plus the highly regarded Darrick Wood Secondary School. St Olaves Boys and Newstead Wood Girls Grammar Schools are also within the BR6 area.