Detached bungalow, extended to include a self contained flat, offering far reaching views from a good sized corner plot.
ACCOMDATION Cleverly extended over the years to make the most of the large corner plot this detached bungalow offers far reaching views, which can be enjoyed from the either one of the two elevated front terraces. Enter through glazed double doors to the welcoming entrance hall, which is central to the vast ground floor accommodation. To your right you will find the majority of the living space with a drawing room to the front of the house benefiting from bi-fold doors, allowing light to pour in as well as offering views over the hills, a solid mahogany floor and feature archway leading to the kitchen. The kitchen has fitted wall and base units and offers plenty of space for a dining table. A fully kitted out utility room is accessed from the kitchen and also gives access to the rear garden whilst a separate dining room, to the front, is finished with engineered oak flooring and has french door access to a front terrace. On the other side of the bungalow there is a further reception room off the entrance hall to the front with access to another front terrace. Beyond this room, accessed by an internal corridor, is where the self contained flat is located, however there is no reason why this could not be included in the wider accommodation. This side of the property houses three bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, a further reception room and a second kitchen. There is also a family bathroom and downstairs cloakroom located on the ground floor. The loft of this bungalow has been converted to add a master bedroom with en-suite, complete with bath, his and hers sinks, W/C and bidet. The master bedroom also benefits from built in wardrobes and large Velux windows. A further bedroom was also added in this conversion and the property still benefits from eaves storage. Outside there is a well maintained tiered rear garden with a decked seating area under a timber pergola, mature shrubs and both artificial and natural lawns. Two garden rooms benefit from power and there is side access to both sides of the property. To the front there are two large paved terraces to enjoy the views from. Tiered lawned and shrub areas leading down to the paved driveway and carport offering plenty of off road parking. The parking continues at street level with 3 garages, one of which is currently used as a gym.
LOCATION AND TRAVEL Biggin Hill is a town within the London Borough of Bromley, close to the the Greater London borders with both Kent and Surrey. Biggin Hill is set in a green valley with hills on either side and has a selection of shops, a post office, doctor's surgery, restaurants, pubs and a Waitrose. Two main primary schools operate, Oaklands Primary School and Biggin Hill Primary School. There are numerous recreational and sporting facilities in the area. London is easily accessed via train from various mainline stations including Oxted, Woldingham Upper Warlingham Orpington and Bromley South, all of which are within a short drive. The M25 is accessed at Godstone (junction 6), Gatwick airport is a 30 minute drive away.
FAQS - Purchased 1982 - Built 1955 - Freehold - Bromley London Borough Council - Council Tax Band F (£2443.31pa) - Regular Boiler installed 2008 (serviced 21) - Mains Gas - Traditional radiator central heating - Electric underfloor heating to bathroom - Mains sewerage