Available from July, offered unfurnished is this four double bedroom end of terrace three storey Victorian house. The property comprises of four large double bedrooms, one bathroom suite and two reception rooms. Additional features include a private rear garden, off street parking for two cars, gas central heating and double glazing. Ideally located for easy access to both Beckenham and Penge town centres.
The garage is excluded from the property.
Beckenham offers not only the usual range of high street chains but also a wide range of independent specialist shops, something that is vanishing all too quickly in many of our towns. Beckenham is also notable for its wide range of restaurants and bars. You may choose to quaff a pint of ale in one of the historic pubs, or sip champagne and oysters in a fashionable wine bar. Or if you are hungry you can choose from restaurants offering English, American, Indian, Thai, French, Italian or Chinese food.
Beckenham is not just a place to shop and eat, it also has a number of entertainment facilities and community buildings.
Located in Croydon Road and a short walk from the war memorial roundabout is Beckenham Hospital. Also at the war memorial roundabout is the Odeon cinema, showing all the latest film releases. See our links page for what's on.
If its fitness you're after, why not visit the Spa, Beckenham's first-rate sports centre. It has a pool, sports hall, gym, sauna, a children's play area, squash courts, aerobics studio and more! And to relax why not visit one of Beckenham's three parks: Kelsey Park, Croydon Road Recreation Ground and St George's Common.
The Studio, located a short walk away in Beckenham Road runs a programme of music and arts events. It also runs music, singing and drama classes. Also on Beckenham Road is Beckenham Library. This district library not only stocks a in-depth range of fiction and non-fiction books but also hires out tapes, CDs and videos, and can provide support material for homework up to undergraduate level.
Beckenham has several railway links to London and to the south of Kent. The stations are Beckenham Junction, serving several routes: Kent House, serving Orpington line trains; New Beckenham, and Clock House on the Hayes Line; and Beckenham Hill and Ravensbourne on the Catford loop line.
Tramlink route 2 links its terminus at Beckenham junction to East and West Croydon, and Wimbledon.