2 bed student accommodation in Chislehurst

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This comfortable two bedroom maisonette with private garden area is just a 15 min walk (or 4 min bus ride) approx. to Elmstead Wood station. Through your private front door, the hallway stairs lead you to the cosy lounge with large double glazed window over looking the gardens and the practically designed kitchen with gas oven and hob. The soothing main bedroom is a generous sized double and bedroom two benefits from a versatile study area. This property is situated in a peaceful cul-de-sac; not far from Chislehurst high street and shops, and benefits from ample on street parking with no restrictions. VIEW NOW! General information; Chislehurst is regarded as an affluent area and one of the most expensive places to live in Bromley. Chislehurst West may be found by going towards Mottingham and this area includes the biggest of the ponds and the High Street which has many pubs and restaurants. Chislehurst West was previously known as "Pricking" and "Prickend".Chislehurst is one of the starting points for the Green Chain Walk, linking to places such as Crystal Palace, Erith, the Thames Barrier and Thamesmead. local attraction is Chislehurst Caves. The caves are considered to be of very ancient origin. They were originally used to mine flint and chalk. During World War II, thousands of people used them nightly as an air raid shelter. There is even a chapel. One child was born in the caves during World War II, and was given a middle name of 'Cavina'.[2] The caves have also been used as a venue for live music; Jimi Hendrix, the Who and the Rolling Stones have all played there. The caves are reputedly haunted, and Druids are said to have made grisly human sacrifices in their depths.[citation needed] A number of television programmes and films, including episodes of Doctor Who, have been filmed there. Tours are available most days, and on Sundays there used to be an extended tour, lasting approximately one and a half hours, although this no longer takes place. Tours are normally on the hour. There is a licensed bar and café at the caves.

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Available 2 June 2019

Listed by Andrew Reeves (Bromley)

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This comfortable two bedroom maisonette with private garden area is just a 15 min walk (or 4 min bus ride) approx. to Elmstead Wood station. Through your private front door, the hallway stairs lead you to the cosy lounge with large double glazed window over looking the gardens and the practically designed kitchen with gas oven and hob. The soothing main bedroom is a generous sized double and bedroom two benefits from a versatile study area. This property is situated in a peaceful cul-de-sac; not far from Chislehurst high street and shops, and benefits from ample on street parking with no restrictions. VIEW NOW! General information; Chislehurst is regarded as an affluent area and one of the most expensive places to live in Bromley. Chislehurst West may be found by going towards Mottingham and this area includes the biggest of the ponds and the High Street which has many pubs and restaurants. Chislehurst West was previously known as "Pricking" and "Prickend".Chislehurst is one of the starting points for the Green Chain Walk, linking to places such as Crystal Palace, Erith, the Thames Barrier and Thamesmead. local attraction is Chislehurst Caves. The caves are considered to be of very ancient origin. They were originally used to mine flint and chalk. During World War II, thousands of people used them nightly as an air raid shelter. There is even a chapel. One child was born in the caves during World War II, and was given a middle name of 'Cavina'.[2] The caves have also been used as a venue for live music; Jimi Hendrix, the Who and the Rolling Stones have all played there. The caves are reputedly haunted, and Druids are said to have made grisly human sacrifices in their depths.[citation needed] A number of television programmes and films, including episodes of Doctor Who, have been filmed there. Tours are available most days, and on Sundays there used to be an extended tour, lasting approximately one and a half hours, although this no longer takes place. Tours are normally on the hour. There is a licensed bar and café at the caves.

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Available 2 June 2019

Listed by Andrew Reeves (Bromley)


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