This six bedroomed Victorian villa location in London offers 4,816 sq ft of living space set back behind traditional black gates.
Built in 1871, the exterior retains original features such as roof spires, bay windows and patterned brickwork.
The newly renovated family home has large, high ceilinged rooms with plenty of natural light. The bold colours and contemporary decor blends with period features including full height panelling, cornicing, wooden floors and fireplaces.
The property overlooks picturesque Chislehurst Common and is within walking distance of Chislehurst train station and the High Street. There is parking for up to 8 vehicles on the gravel drive.
The ground floor features a large entrance lobby and 32ft kitchen/diner that has bi-bolding doors leading out on to a wide terrace. The panelled living room has a ceiling height of 12ft with full height French windows, a working fireplace and original Victorian doors leading on to a library. There is also a home cinema, children’s playroom, downstairs cloakroom, double garage and cellar.
There are four double bedrooms on the middle floor. The split level master bedroom has a large bay window, fireplace and a staircase leading up to an ensuite bathroom and dressing room (not currently photographed).
The top floor has two further bedrooms with sloping ceilings and another family bathroom.
The 100ft garden features a terrace, palm trees and steps down to a lawn, swimming pool and summer house.
Chislehurst is on the border of Kent within the London Borough of Bromley.
Nearest Rail: Chislehurst
Parking: Space for 8 cars in the driveway