A well-proportioned family home with good living space, four good size bedrooms and south-facing garden, located in a convenient position on a residential road on the outskirts of Pratts Bottom village. The attractive semi-detached property has a versatile layout ideally suited to family life which has been reconfigured and extended, bringing the interiors up to a modern standard while increasing the living space. Desirable features include wood style flooring, neutral décor and large windows throughout. The property is entered via a wide and welcoming entrance hall, leading to the ground floor accommodation comprising a double reception room with both dining and sitting areas, a sociable eat-in kitchen, downstairs WC and cinema room / play room in the converted garage. Particular highlights include the glazed rear reception area which has excellent natural light and views of the garden, and the modern shaker-style kitchen which is arranged around a central island with a five-burner gas hob and range-style oven. The first floor has four generously sized double bedrooms with the master bedroom also having an en suite shower room. The three additional bedrooms have access to a modern family bathroom with both bath and seperate shower.
Broke Farm Drive is conveniently positioned on the outskirts of Pratts Bottom, ideal for access to Orpington (4 miles), Bromley (7.2 miles) and Sevenoaks (7.4 miles). Located just off the A21, there is access to the M25 and the wider motorway network at Junction 4 only 2 miles away. Plentiful local amenities include a primary school and local shops in Pratts Bottom, with further amenities in Orpington, Bromley and Sevenoaks. The house is also conveniently positioned for grammar schools in Orpington including St. Olave’s and St. Saviour’s Grammar School and Newstead Wood School. Knockholt station which is Zone 6 is only 0.8 mile away, and Orpington which provides services to London Bridge from 17 minutes is less than 3 miles away.
To the front there is a brick-paved driveway with space for a number of vehicles and a side gate leading to the rear. The rear garden enjoys a favourable southerly aspect and is enclosed on three sides by wooden panel fencing. There is a decking area accessible from the kitchen and reception room, and a good-size lawn with a variety of shrubs and a wooden shed.
Bromley Council – Tax Band G
All mains services connected