This mid-century Modern townhouse, located on a tree-lined residential road in Bromley, has been comprehensively and remarkably refurbished by the current owners.
It is an end-of-terrace, three-bedroom property on a small, private, gated development with off street parking. The houses all benefit not only from their own private gardens but also share a wonderful communal garden.
The house has many features for which this period of property is known – beautiful hardwood flooring, distinctive handrails on the staircases and an emphasis on natural light. The current owners have refurbished original details where appropriate but have also reworked many of the main spaces. The kitchen and bathrooms, in particular, have been newly installed in impressive fashion.
The front door leads onto a hallway, off which there is a WC on one side and a utility room and storage area on the other. A short set of stairs lead up to the kitchen / dining room, a light space which overlooks the gardens and benefits from a glazed door leading out onto the rear terrace. There is a large storage space beneath the kitchen / dining area.
Stairs lead up from the dining area to the living room, another light, open space with almost full-width glazing. On this floor there is also a bedroom that overlooks the gardens and a fantastic, generously sized bathroom. On the second floor are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The rear garden comprises a small terrace accessed from the kitchen / dining room with steps leading down into the larger, paved garden area. There is direct access from here into the peaceful communal garden, an expansive area (approximately 1/2 acre) that is largely lawn with some wonderful trees.
Rodway Road is a quiet residential road in the sought-after Sundridge Park area of Bromley. It is perhaps most notable for the Grade I listed Sundridge Park Manor, a wonderful house and gardens designed by John Nash and Humphrey Repton that is now home to a renowned golf course. The area is also home to a notable collection of listed Modern houses (including residences by Ivor Berresford and Gilbert Booth).
Sundridge Park station is within easy walking distance and runs services to London Charing Cross and Cannon Street (with a change at Grove Park – journey times approximately 40 minutes). Trains run direct to London Victoria (journey times from 15 minutes) from Bromley South station, which is approximately 15 minutes walk from Rodway Road.
Bromley is currently undergoing significant regeneration. Bromley North Village is now completed, to wide acclaim, and provides pedestrianised streets and a range of outstanding restaurants and other services. Bromley South is currently undergoing a major regeneration scheme with the construction of the new St Mark’s Square, a large landscaped public plaza, which includes a multiplex cinema, hotel, retail outlets, cafés and restaurants.
Bromley is one of London’s safest and greenest boroughs. The town of Bromley is situated just over nine miles from the centre of London. Nearby popular primary schools include Parish (C of E) and Scotts Park.
Please note that all areas, measurements and distances given in these particulars are approximate and rounded. The text, photographs and floor plans are for general guidance only. The Modern House has not tested any services, appliances or specific fittings — prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves. All fixtures, fittings and furniture not specifically itemised within these particulars are deemed removable by the vendor.