3 Bedroom House for sale in Baston Manor Road, Bromley, BR2

3 Bedroom House - £1,575,000

Baston Manor Road, Bromley, BR2

First listed on: 27th May 2022

Nearest stations: Hayes (Kent) (0.8 mi)West Wickham (1.8 mi)Bromley South (2.4 mi)Bickley (2.5 mi)Eden Park (2.7 mi)

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Property Features

  • Stunning views yet within the M25
  • Significant portion of a handsome country mansion
  • Private entrance and parking
  • Private landscaped gardens and share in communal grounds
  • Sophisticatedly stylish interiors.

Property Description

Tenure: Share of Freehold

Set within an exclusive private estate, yet in a semi-rural position on the edge of Keston village and therefore within the M25, Trinity forms a portion of a handsome Victorian mansion, built in the 1880's as a country house, but skilfully converted by the then renowned builders, Honeygrove, in 1996. Enjoying a lovely position with extended views south over a valley and beyond, Trinity has all the benefits of being part of a protected and well-maintained estate, yet is a 'stand-alone' property in its own right as it has its own private entrance. The present owners have carried out an extensive programme of re-imagining the space, injecting many twenty-first century sentiments along with a flair for design and colour, whilst at the same time ensuring the integrity of the original building remains. The red brick exterior elevations are typical of the period and have some stone mullioned window surrounds, whilst internally the accommodation is arranged over two floors ? ground and lower ground floor ? and extends to over 2,630 square feet. The refurbished interiors include polished, herringbone pattern, reclaimed oak floors with under floor heating on the ground floor, a superb kitchen/dining room with lovely views across the garden to the valley beyond and a marvellous family room/studio. Furnished with a comprehensive range of painted wooden cabinets and central island, the dual aspect kitchen has granite work surfaces, integrated appliances and a large range cooker, whilst the charming sitting room can be accessed via double doors from either the hall or the dining area, enjoys the southerly views and has a wood burning stove. The principal suite has floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes and a stylish en-suite bathroom with roll-top bath, large walk-in shower cabinet and tiled floor with under floor heating. Approached by a corridor form the principal suite, the studio/family room is a calm and welcoming space and ideal for a variety of uses as it has French doors opening on to the courtyard garden. The lower ground floor is given over to a double bedroom and a studio/bedroom, which has ample space for a sitting area or workstation. These are serviced by a contemporarily styled bathroom and there is a good-sized utility room that has an external staircase to the courtyard.

Outside
Hast Hill House is set at the far end of a gated, private access drive which sweeps through landscaped gardens to a parking and turning area. Trinity has its own private drive where there is parking for several vehicles and an electric car charging point. A tall, attractive painted gate opens on to the charming, private courtyard. This is a lovely, wisteria clad, walled space with paving and a circular water feature created from an old millstone. Accessed from either the courtyard or the rear of the property is the lovely garden with wide terracing ? ideal for taking in the views and for outdoor entertaining - a raised fish pond, outdoor cooking area, a well-tended lawn and further, decked terrace. Trinity also benefits from access to communal gardens and the land surrounding the main house. This includes a large paddock and a tennis court. An allocated single garage is en bloc and there is guest parking in front of the main house.

Situation
Keston is a popular village conveniently positioned just south of Bromley, about fourteen miles from Central London yet close to charming Kentish countryside. The village has various restaurants and two public houses as well as a local shop, whilst the vibrant and thriving town of Bromley lies just over three miles away to the north with its collection of nationally known stores and restaurants, The Glades shopping centre, cinemas and the Churchill Theatre arts complex. Train services to London Victoria (from 18 mins), London Blackfriars (from 30 mins) and London St Pancras (from 45 mins) as well as to the ports on the coast can be found at Bromley South with trains to London Charing Cross/London Cannon Street (from 40 mins) from Hayes village (1.4 miles) and also Orpington (3.4 miles). The area is renowned for its choices in schooling at both primary and secondary levels, state and private sectors including primary schools in Keston and Hayes, grammar schools such as Newstead Wood and St Olave's and independent schools Sevenoaks School, Bromley High School for Girls, Whitgift, Trinity School and Eltham College.

Additional Information
Share of Freehold
Bromley Borough Council - Band H
All mains services connected
Lease term 999 years from 21 June 1996
Set within an exclusive private estate, yet in a semi-rural position on the edge of Keston village and therefore within the M25, Trinity forms a portion of a handsome Victorian mansion, built in the 1880's as a country house, but skilfully converted by the then renowned builders, Honeygrove, in 1996. Enjoying a lovely position with extended views south over a valley and beyond, Trinity has all the benefits of being part of a protected and well-maintained estate, yet is a 'stand-alone' property in its own right as it has its own private entrance. The present owners have carried out an extensive programme of re-imagining the space, injecting many twenty-first century sentiments along with a flair for design and colour, whilst at the same time ensuring the integrity of the original building remains. The red brick exterior elevations are typical of the period and have some stone mullioned window surrounds, whilst internally the accommodation is arranged over two floors ? ground and lower ground floor ? and extends to over 2,630 square feet. The refurbished interiors include polished, herringbone pattern, reclaimed oak floors with under floor heating on the ground floor, a superb kitchen/dining room with lovely views across the garden to the valley beyond and a marvellous family room/studio. Furnished with a comprehensive range of painted wooden cabinets and central island, the dual aspect kitchen has granite work surfaces, integrated appliances and a large range cooker, whilst the charming sitting room can be accessed via double doors from either the hall or the dining area, enjoys the southerly views and has a wood burning stove. The principal suite has floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes and a stylish en-suite bathroom with roll-top bath, large walk-in shower cabinet and tiled floor with under floor heating. Approached by a corridor form the principal suite, the studio/family room is a calm and welcoming space and ideal for a variety of uses as it has French doors opening on to the courtyard garden. The lower ground floor is given over to a double bedroom and a studio/bedroom, which has ample space for a sitting area or workstation. These are serviced by a contemporarily styled bathroom and there is a good-sized utility room that has an external staircase to the courtyard.

Outside
Hast Hill House is set at the far end of a gated, private access drive which sweeps through landscaped gardens to a parking and turning area. Trinity has its own private drive where there is parking for several vehicles and an electric car charging point. A tall, attractive painted gate opens on to the charming, private courtyard. This is a lovely, wisteria clad, walled space with paving and a circular water feature created from an old millstone. Accessed from either the courtyard or the rear of the property is the lovely garden with wide terracing ? ideal for taking in the views and for outdoor entertaining - a raised fish pond, outdoor cooking area, a well-tended lawn and further, decked terrace. Trinity also benefits from access to communal gardens and the land surrounding the main house. This includes a large paddock and a tennis court. An allocated single garage is en bloc and there is guest parking in front of the main house.

Situation
Keston is a popular village conveniently positioned just south of Bromley, about fourteen miles from Central London yet close to charming Kentish countryside. The village has various restaurants and two public houses as well as a local shop, whilst the vibrant and thriving town of Bromley lies just over three miles away to the north with its collection of nationally known stores and restaurants, The Glades shopping centre, cinemas and the Churchill Theatre arts complex. Train services to London Victoria (from 18 mins), London Blackfriars (from 30 mins) and London St Pancras (from 45 mins) as well as to the ports on the coast can be found at Bromley South with trains to London Charing Cross/London Cannon Street (from 40 mins) from Hayes village (1.4 miles) and also Orpington (3.4 miles). The area is renowned for its choices in schooling at both primary and secondary levels, state and private sectors including primary schools in Keston and Hayes, grammar schools such as Newstead Wood and St Olave's and independent schools Sevenoaks School, Bromley High School for Girls, Whitgift, Trinity School and Eltham College.

Additional Information
Share of Freehold
Bromley Borough Council - Band H
All mains services connected
Lease term 999 years from 21 June 1996
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30/06/2022 Property listed at £1,575,000
28/05/2022 Property listed at £1,695,000

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24 London Road,

Sevenoaks

Kent

TN13 1AP

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Kent

TN13 1AP

Telephone: See phone number 01732280801

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