There is one golden rule when buying a property and that's LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. Set in one of Barnehurst's most popular tree line roads is this extended five bedroom 1930's 'Ellingham' style family home. The property is ideally located for Barnehurst train station (Zone 6) and local bus routes offering easy access into Bexleyheath shopping centre. There are many reputable schools such as Barnehurst school, Burstead Woods and also Mayplace primary school all top rated schools within the area. Midfield Parade is within walking distance for your everyday day essentials. The ground floor consists of a large lounge which in the past has been knocked through to maximise a large living and also dining area for the family to sit and relax of an evening. The kitchen is at the rear of the property and has further potential to extend on STPP to really maximise the potential ground floor square footage. There is also the added benefit of a downstairs w/c. To the first floor there are five bedrooms, four of which are double bedrooms and the fifth being a large single. Bedroom two and also bedroom three have the fitted wardrobe space. There are two bathrooms, one of which is a shower room. Outside there is a large south facing garden which is mainly laid to lawn but offers a patio area looking out onto the garden. Outside the front there is off street parking for a couple of vehicles and parking on street which offers resident parking bays.
Barnehurst is a town within the London borough of Bexley. It lies North East of the nearby Bexleyheath. In Barnehurst you will find a train station which has great transport links to London and easy access to the M25 and A2.
A key landmark next door to the train station is the famous 'Red Barn' pub, which not only serves a well-deserved drink, but a mouth-watering meal to accompany it with.
As a whole the Bexley borough is renowned for its wonderful array of schools. Lots to choose from whether it is primary or secondary education needed. All with proven results and many with 'Ofsted' outstanding.
There are also many sporting facilities ranging from children’s football clubs to gymnasiums, to Barnehurst's very own golf course which is open to the public.