Anerley is a multicultural area in the London Borough of Bromley that has a mixture of different properties from Victorian to sixties townhouses.
Anerley was where the former Crystal Palace ' stood until it was destroyed by fire in 1936.
Beckenham in the London Borough of Bromley is a leafy residential town with a good choice of pubs, bars and restaurants. Beckenham has some specialist shops although the main shopping area is in nearby Bromley.
St Georges Church' in Beckenham is a lovely traditional Victorian church full of history. Its Lychgate dates back to the 13 th century and is one of the oldest in the UK . St George's burial register dates from 1538.
Beckenham Place Park ' is a great place to visit for a woodland walk. The park covers 96 hectares and has an 18 hole golf course with a clubhouse set in a Grade ll listed building. The park also has tennis courts and football pitches.
The beautiful Kelsey Park' in Beckenham is a great place to escape to for some peace and quiet amid the gorgeous landscaped park areas and is a place we visit often when surveying properties in the area. Famed for its Canada Geese' the park also has a children's playground, tennis courts and crazy golf.
The Beckenham Arts Lab', (a festival event) was founded in Beckenham by David Bowie in 1969 when he was an unknown.
Bickley in the London Borough of Bromley is an expensive, mainly residential area with many large houses.
The beautiful Bickley Manor Hotel' was built here in 1878 and is the setting for many weddings.
Biggin Hill is a residential area in the Borough of Bromley and is home to Biggin Hill Airport '. The airport is used mainly by business passengers and training pilots and is also home to many flying clubs. The airport uses some of Biggin Hill Aerodromes' land. The aerodrome became well known during the Battle of Britain' as being an RAF fighter base.
St Marks Church' in Biggin Hill is also known as the moving church'. The church was built in the 1950's from parts of the dismantled Peckham All Saints Church'.
Bromley is a large town once in the county of Kent with some lovely leafy streets and is a place we have carried out many residential and commercial building surveys.
The Glades Shopping Centre' in Bromley has a choice of around 135 shops and is a great place to visit.
As well as great shopping Bromley also has a good selection of pubs, bars and restaurants.
The Churchill Theatre' on High Street was opened in 1977 by HRH Prince of Wales and has some great shows.
H. G. Wells, the famous author who wrote War of the Worlds' was born in Bromley in 1866.
Chelsfield is a small traditional village in the Borough of Bromley.
The Chelsfield Village Fair' in an annual event held in July and attracts many people from the surrounding area.
The private Chelsfield Park Hospital ' is also here.
Chislehurst meaning stony wood' is a suburban area in the London Borough of Bromley with a village like atmosphere.
Chislehurst attracts the wealthy and has some beautiful properties from cosy cottages to multi million pound houses, all of much interest to us as Surveyors.
Chislehurst High Street has some lovely upmarket shops mixed in with trendy cafes. There is also a great choice of restaurants here offering cuisine from all over the world and a good selection of traditional pubs.
Chislehurst Caves ' is a fascinating place to visit. Used in World War ll as a massive air raid shelter, the caves were also ancient mines used for mining chalk. The caves have also been used as a unique music venue where famous names such as The Rolling Stones' and Jimi Hendrix' have played.
Downe is a lovely quiet village that lies in a wooded valley in the London Borough of Bromley and Down House' is well known as once being the home of the British Scientist Charles Darwin' and his family. Today Down House' is owned by the English Heritage' and is a great place to visit.
Christmas Tree Farm' is a zoo in Downe and is a lovely place to take the children. As well as the usual farm animals the zoo also has alpacas.
Buckston Browne Farm' is also in Downe and was once a research centre for the Royal College of Surgeons'.
Keston is a town in the London Borough of Bromley that has lots of green' areas and a lovely country feel.
Keston has many large detached houses and also the gated Keston Park ' estate which is home to 200 private houses.
The lovely Keston Windmill' was built in 1716 and overlooks the Vale of Keston.
Keston Ponds' is a place where many go to fish and is also where Charles Darwin', the British Scientist carried out many of his wildlife studies.
Keston is a delightful place to visit and carry out building surveys.
Orpington in Bromley Borough is a popular residential area with commuters due to its good links with the city.
Orpington has a good selection of restaurants and a varied selection of shops within the covered Walnut' shopping centre.
Bromley Museum ' is housed in Orpington Priory which dates back to the 13 th century and is set in lovely gardens. It is a great place to visit to find out more about the history of the area.
The Crofton Roman Villa' in Orpington is another interesting place to visit. The Villa was occupied from approximately AD140 to 400 and visitors can see the remains of ten of the rooms.
Petts Wood is an attractive residential area in the London Borough of Bromley situated between Orpington and Chislehurst and is a place where we have carried out many building surveys.
The surrounding woodland was acquired in 1927 by the National Trust.
During World War ll Petts Wood was home to the French General Charles De Gaulle'.
The comedian Jack Dee was born in Petts Wood.
The residential town of West Wickham in the borough of Bromley was once hunting ground and is surrounded by some beautiful countryside.
West Wickham Common' is a lovely protected green area enjoyed by many locals.
The famous English poet Thomas Carew' was born in West Wickham .
Other areas in the London Borough of Bromley where we have carried out residential and commercial building surveys are Derry Downs, Eden Park, Elmstead, Goddington, Hayes, Pratts Bottom, Farnborough, Shortlands, Park Langley, Plaistow and Ramsden.