|OAKFIELD is a splendid example, of Victorian Gothic Architecture
complete with Coach House and Gate House set in a mature garden with
The house originally was a
family home and housed a retinue of servants, coach-driver and gardeners
etc - today it could provide accommodation for fifty people.
The original owner was reputed to have owned the local railway at the
time of building (1871) and had a private walkway into the rail station
at Eden Park which exists today.
The site has a gentle slope and is situated in the Greater London area
adjoining the Bromley Green Belt.
Having recreation grounds and parklands to the North and Eastern aspect.
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|Access to the City is thirty minutes by British Rail to London Bridge and
Charing Cross and eleven miles by road. Accessing some of London's top
Tower of London and the
(big wheel) is easy, with a 20 minute train journey to Lewisham followed by
a 15 minute journey on the Docklands Light Railway or tube.
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