A stunning and superbly proportioned family house, luxuriously appointed throughout occupying a private semi-rural setting on the edge of Keston.
Bradmoor House is believed to date from the early part of 20th Century and is approached by a long and impressive driveway culminating in a cobbled parking and turning sweep in front of the house and portico entrance.
The elevations are principally of brick under a twin pitched tiled roof.
Features of the property include an impressive reception hallway with striking decorative ceiling, marble flooring, painted panelled walls, stone fireplace, large arched feature window. The dining room has a beautiful decorative ceiling, original marble fireplace and surround, solid wood flooring. The drawing room is superbly proportioned, light and is ideal for entertaining.
The kitchen by Smallbone of Divizes is in walnut and silver, with granite work surfaces, integrated Meile microwave, coffee machine, warming drawer and steamer, sub-zero fridge freezer, 2 wine coolers and 2 chiller drawers, Wolf double range oven with 6 ring gas hob and griddle, zip tap, dishwasher, 2 sinks, 2 waste disposal recycling bins, walnut fitted filing cupboards and shelving, impressive sash-windows to the rear terrace with window seat and storage below. The cellar with 2 chambers including a wine store.
On the first floor magnificent galleried landing with views through the arched, venetian style window over the gardens, paddocks and beyond. Master bedroom is most impressive fitted with Smallbone furniture, sash windows, window seats, walk in wardrobes, Small bone double vanity unit, marble basins, mirror, large tiled flooring, CP Hart free-standing bath, bookmatched marble wall, walk in power shower.
The further 5 bedrooms, 2 of which are on the second floor. Remaining first floor bedrooms all have an en suite bath/shower room. Luxuriously appointed family bathroom. A distinct feature of the house is the selfcontained flat/annexe on the first floor comprising 2 bedrooms, kitchen/living room and bathroom.
The property also has the benefit of a separate, detached, gate house cottage which provides useful, ancillary accommodation.
This property has 17 acres of land.
The property has a long and impressive driveway with electrically operated double gates. The long drive meanders passed an attractive ornamental pond and culminates in an impressive parking and turning sweep by the garages and front of the house.
The gardens and grounds are divided into several distinct parts, some of which have been the subject of considerable work by Chelsea Flower Show award winning designer.
The area of garden directly behind the property is an attractive, heavily landscaped area providing privacy and plenty of space for entertaining and relaxing. There is an extensive terrace, heated swimming pool, tiled surround and raised and well stocked beds and borders. The area of garden immediately in front of the house has been laid to lawn, including the ornamental pond.
There is a detached stable block comprising of 5 stables, a hay store and a tack room. Gardens and paddocks in all about 17 acres.
Location Bradmoor House occupies a truly impressive setting in a quiet country lane. Despite the privacy and the quietness the lane affords, it is highly accessible with Locks Bottom which has a local range of shops and amenities being within easy reach. Bluewater, Sevenoaks, Orpington and Bromley are all easily accessible with stations at Orpington, Chelsfield and Bromley South providing regular services to the capital.
The area is particularly renowned for the quality of schools both in the private and state sectors. Pratts Bottom Primary, Knockholt, Brasted and Cudham. Grammar/state schools at Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells. Private schools, Bromley High School, Bickley Park School, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Walthamstow Hall, to name but a few.
Biggin Hill Airport is also within easy reach.
For motorists there is easy access to a number of major road routes, including Junction 4 of M25 which is about 4 miles away.
The leisure activities in the area include riding, walking in the surrounding countryside, golf and a number of interesting courses in the vicinity.
Directions From Locks Bottom depart on the Crofton Road (A232) and turn right into Farnborough Common and left into the Croydon Road A232, turn left at the traffic lights into the Westerham Road (A233) for about 1.5 miles, bear right into Leaves Green Road. Continue for about 0.8 mile turning right into Ashmore Lane. Continue for about 1/3 mile and Bradmoor House entrance is on the right-hand side.Read all
- Entrance porch
- Impressive entrance hall
- drawing room
- dining room
- smallbone kitchen/breakfast room
- Shower and store room
- 2 cloakrooms
- Impressive galleried
- Master bedroom suite with dressing
- room and bathroom
- 5 further bedrooms (2 on second floor)
- 4 further bathrooms (3 en suite)
- Self-contained annexe comprising kitchen/living
- room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom
- Gate House Cottage comprising sitting room,
- bedroom, kitchen and bathroom
- Extensive garaging, stabling offering further
- potential, delightful gardens and grounds
- including swimming pool and paddocks in all
- about 17 acres.
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