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Hadleys London, Estate Agents in Bromley
At Hadleys London, Bromley we love the hustle and bustle of this London commuter town. So when looking for that big life changing move with a elegant touch, we're the estate agents for you.
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The town of Bromley can be found bordered by Hayes to the south, Chislehurst to the east, Beckenham to the west and Sundridge and Downham to the north.
Bromley is a major shopping centre, classified by the Mayor of London as a Metropolitan Centre - one of only four south of the river, the others being Croydon, Sutton and Kingston. There is a large shopping centre, top schools and good transport.
The town of Bromley, 9.3 miles south east of Charing Cross, can be found bordered by Hayes to the south, Chislehurst to the east, Beckenham to the west and Sundridge and Downham to the north.
Estate agent insights into Bromley
The range of homes in Bromley is wide - from small Victorian cottages to big detached Edwardian houses, Twenties' detached houses, Thirties' semis, period conversions and new-build flats.
Areas to look out for
Garden Road has large detached Edwardian houses; Lodge Road and Edward Road have later and more modern detached houses; they are all close to Sundridge Park Golf Club. Rodway Road in Bromley North Village has detached Edwardian houses.
Transport in Bromley
Local stations are Bromley South, Bromley North, Bickley, Sundridge Park, Shortlands and Ravensbourne. Bromley South has 20-minute non-stop Victoria trains. Blackfriars, Farringdon and St. Pancras trains go from Bromley South, Ravensbourne, Bickley and Shortlands. London Bridge, Waterloo East and Charing Cross trains go from North Bromley, with a change at Grove Park.
Out and about in Bromley
The Glades shopping centre offers a wide range of both individual and well-known stores, including Boots, Carluccio's, H&M, HMV, Marks & Spencer, New Look and Waterstone's. Major supermarkets in the town include Sainsbury's and Tesco. Bromley has its own theatres, the Churchill, and Bromley Little Theatre in North Street - a busy amateur theatre company dating from 1938. The Art Deco Cineworld cinema in High Street is to be turned into a six-screen Picturehouse Cinema and will be joined by a nine-screen Vue multiplex cinema at the new St. Mark's Square development. The Ripley Arts Centre, set in a delightful Victorian house, supports local artists and musicians.
Vegetarians and vegans are catered for at Assos Restaurant, Zizzi and, towards Sydenham, The Calabash of Culture. The many pubs and clubs include the Railway Tavern, Star & Garter, Anglesey Arms, Metropolis Bar and Ora Nightclub. Sports fans can visit the football, cricket and golf clubs, and the Pavilion Leisure Centre offers a gym, swimming, bowling alley, martial arts and dance facilities.
The history of Bromley
It is believed that the Romans built a camp at Keston, where the natural spring known as Caesar's Well constitutes the source of the Ravensbourne river. Bromley first starts to be mentioned around 862 as Bromleag ('woodland clearing where broom grows'). Around this time, Ethelbert, the King of Kent, approved land for the Manor of Bromley and it belonged to the Bishops of Rochester until 1845, when wealthy local Coles Child bought Bromley Palace, becoming lord of the manor in the process. Already an important stop for coaches travelling between Hastings and London, the arrival in 1858 of the railway to nearby Shortlands, led to Bromley's rapid growth. Suburbs such as Bickley began to develop to accommodate people who valued the town's proximity to London.
Bromley Urban District Council was created in 1894 and the district was later expanded with over 1800 acres absorbed from parts of Keston, Farnborough, West Wickham and Hayes. Bromley became part of the GLC in 1965, as a new London borough. It is now the largest London borough by area.
Why Hadleys London is the estate agent for you!
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We've been thinking about selling for the past seven months and not knowing what to do. Thankfully Danny (my knight in shining armour) came to instantly put me at ease and simply gave us an honest view of the market and where our home would fit in with regards to its rivals! They can give us all the bells and whistles other agents say they offer but seem totally on the ball and handle everything in a more elegant manor.
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Thank you Will! It is our first time selling our home so we have needed a lot of help. We would like to thank Will for all his efforts so far. He has done a great job in answering all our questions and has really taken the time to help us through every little step.
His colleague Danny came to value our property and was very personable and professional. After his visit we knew that Hadley's was the agent for us. Great service and will definitely recommend to a friend. Thank you Hadleys, and thank you Will!