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A superbly presented two bedroom detached bungalow in a sought after location being convenient for local amenities as well as Bexleyheath railway station and the Broadway Shopping Centre. The property has been extended to the rear to provide spacious rooms comprising of an 18ft lounge with a large bay window overlooking the stunning garden, separate dining room, fitted kitchen, two fitted double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is a beautiful 75ft garden, garage, car port and a horseshoe drive to the front providing plenty of parking. There are plenty of features including double glazing, fitted wardrobes, fitted carpets and gas fired central heating.

EPC TBA LOCATIONBexleyheath was an area of mostly open land until the early 19th century with the exception of Danson House built in 1766 by Sir John Boyd. In 1859 the artist William Morris had Red House built in what was a small hamlet know as Upton. The Bexleyheath Railway Line construction in the 1880’s prompted the expansion of the area. The town centre offers many facilities including Bexleyheath’s modern shopping mall, multiplex cinema, bowling alley, golf course and a vast array of restaurants and public houses. There is also the Crook Log leisure centre offering facilities such as gym and swimming. Bexleyheath has many schools catering from reception to year 13 including 2 grammar s... Read more
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