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    If you're thinking about letting your property, you've come to the right website, Tried and tested.

    In the UK, letting is a very popular way of making money from property. Whether you are a first-time landlord with a single property, or a seasoned professional with a large portfolio, Winkworth's unparalleled experience means your property is in very safe hands.

    What works for you?

    Quite simply; we get it. As a landlord, you want to rent your property out as quickly as possible for the best price. You want to avoid empty periods and guarantee a regular income. If you don't want to be bothered with the day-to-day management of the property, we'll sort all that out too.

    Letting property has been a core element of our business since we opened our doors in 1835 - we understand the complexities. Every landlord and every property is different, so we'll tailor our proposal to you. You want to be kept in the loop at every stage? We hear you. Prefer to leave it all to us while you get on with other things? No problem.

    With you all the way

    There are lots of parts to the process of letting. We'll advise you at all stages, or just step in when you want us to.

    Preparing the property, we'll advise on
    • Fixing up and decorating to suit the target tenant
    • Required safety checks
    • To furnish or not to furnish?

    It's all in the detail
    • Powerful marketing, targeting the right audience
    • Managing viewings with the minimum disruption to you
    • Coordinating feedback and offers

    Dotting the I's and crossing the T's
    • Full tenant checks
    • Preparing the tenancy agreement

    How much do you want us to be involved?
    • Want us to just market the property and find the right tenant?
    • Maybe we can offer a little more by collecting the rent every month saving you the hassle?
    • Or, perhaps we can manage the property for you ongoing? (No late night calls when the boiler conks out; guaranteed).

    - See more at: http://www.winkworth.co.uk/letting/landlords guide

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    Tried and tested

    In the UK, letting is a very popular way of making money from property. Whether you are a first-time landlord with a single property, or a seasoned professional with a large portfolio, Winkworth's unparalleled experience means your property is in very safe hands.

    What works for you?

    Quite simply; we get it. As a landlord, you want to rent your property out as quickly as possible for the best price. You want to avoid empty periods and guarantee a regular income. If you don't want to be bothered with the day-to-day management of the property, we'll sort all that out too.

    Letting property has been a core element of our business since we opened our doors in 1835 - we understand the complexities. Every landlord and every property is different, so we'll tailor our proposal to you. You want to be kept in the loop at every stage? We hear you. Prefer to leave it all to us while you get on with other things? No problem.

    With you all the way

    There are lots of parts to the process of letting. We'll advise you at all stages, or just step in when you want us to.

    Preparing the property, we'll advise on
    • Fixing up and decorating to suit the target tenant
    • Required safety checks
    • To furnish or not to furnish?

    It's all in the detail
    • Powerful marketing, targeting the right audience
    • Managing viewings with the minimum disruption to you
    • Coordinating feedback and offers
    Dotting the I's and crossing the T's
    • Full tenant checks
    • Preparing the tenancy agreement
    How much do you want us to be involved?
    • Want us to just market the property and find the right tenant?
    • Maybe we can offer a little more by collecting the rent every month saving you the hassle?
    • Or, perhaps we can manage the property for you ongoing? (No late night calls when the boiler conks out; guaranteed).
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    Here are a few handy tips from us.

    Choosing the area you'd like to live in

    Do your research and figure out the specific areas you'd like to rent in. Make a list of the things that are really important to you, like transport links, schools, access to shops and use these to focus your search. Be sure to share your list of 'must-haves' and 'nice-to-haves' with the local estate agents so they can start working for you.

    Dealing with the estate agents

    Identify which local agents are marketing the type of property you like in your preferred area/s and make contact with them. Make sure the agent registers you on the system and take care to give them all your contact details - the lettings business is fast-moving and you don't want to miss out on your ideal property.

    Be very clear about when you need to move into your rental property. If you need somewhere urgently, let the agent know. They'll be sympathetic and will do all they can to find you a suitable place.

    Viewing properties

    Try to be available and as flexible as possible. Yes, we've said it before, but the lettings business is incredibly fast moving and when a good property comes to the market there can be a rush to view and offers are often made immediately. You could miss out if you can't make yourself available within 24 hours of the agent contacting you.

    Don't necessarily be put off by details in the property. If you don't like the wall colour, or the sofa isn't big enough, have a chat with the agent. We encourage our landlords to be flexible and accommodate tenant's requests whenever possible.

    If you want the landlord to undertake any improvement works, or add/remove furniture, put in your request as soon as you decide to make an offer. It can be much harder to get these jobs agreed once you have moved in.

    Dotting the I's and crossing the T's

    Once your offer has been accepted you'll need to hand over your deposit. The agent will be responsible for putting it into an approved tenancy deposit holding scheme and they should pass on the details to you - make sure you hold on to these.

    All estate agents will need to conduct security checks on behalf of the landlord, so make sure you have details of all your previous addresses to hand. Likewise, let your employer, and any other referees, know to expect a request for a reference.

    Other fees and charges

    When you agree to rent a property you will be expected to pay a security deposit and the first month's rent. There will be other administration fees that you will be liable for, too, like references and drawing up the tenancy agreement. Do ask your Winkworth office about these fees.


    Within the tenancy agreement you may also find that extra charges will apply if there is an unexpected change of tenant and also at the time the tenancy is renewed. At the end of the tenancy it's common for the outgoing tenant(s) to be charged for the inventory check-out. Check your tenancy agreement to see if these items are covered. 

    Once in

    Find out who is managing your property and make sure you have been given all their contact details. That way, if something goes wrong in the property, you'll know who to get in touch with.

    Look after the property as if it were your own. This reduces the likelihood of disputes over damage when the tenancy comes to an end.

    Remember that you should arrange insurance cover for your furnishings and personal property - the landlord is not responsible for insuring these items.

    Moving out

    If the property was professionally cleaned when you moved in, then the chances are you will need to arrange for the same to be done when you move out. Whoever is managing the property - be it the estate agent or the landlord - they will want to see a receipt for the cleaning.

    It goes without saying that you should leave the property in tip top condition and remove all your belongings, otherwise you risk losing part, or all of your deposit.

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    Winkworth Beckenham Team
    Our Beckenham team are highly experienced property professionals, most of which have worked and lived in the local community for many years. They are all on hand to help assist in all property matters including sales, lettings, new homes and property management. 
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    Mark Atterano MNAEA Managing Director
    Mark has been an agent in the Beckenham area for the last 18 years, and opened his own Winkworth Branch here in Beckenham over 6 years ago which has built an outstanding reputation. Mark has lived locally for over 20 years and is a passionate supporter of the local community. NAEA qualified.
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    Anthony Carey MNAEA MARLA Director
    Anthony has worked as an agent in Beckenham for the last 17 years working for well respected agents within the borough and brings a wealth of experience to the Winkworth Beckenham team. His sound in depth knowledge of the local area and property market gives Anthony tremendous experience in residential valuations, along with in depth knowledge of the lettings markets. NAEA and ARLA qualified
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    Gina Cullen Sales and Lettings Manager
    Gina has been a resident in Beckenham for the past 22 years and been an estate agent in the London Borough of Bromley for the past 12 years. Gina brings a wealth of experience to the team and prides herself on going the extra mile for all her clients.
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    Jane Fudge Sales and Lettings Negotiator
    Jane joined the Beckenham Winkworth team three years ago after working for another local agent for several years and is a key member of the team, helping with the progressing our properties to a successful conclusion, effectively and efficiently.
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    Samantha Hopper Isaac Office / IT Manager
    Samantha has lived in the area for over 25 years and worked as an agent in and around Beckenham for a number of those years. With her in-depth knowledge of the local area she is perfectly placed to advise on all of our excellent facilities and popular local schools.
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    Laura Baines Property Manager
    Laura has worked in the estate agency industry for a number of years working within the Bromley Borough for a leading competitor until she joined Winkworth Beckenham five years ago. Laura is on hand to deal with all property management queries and brings an abundance of experience to the challenging role.
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    Why Move to Beckenham?
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      • Beckenham's proximity to London has attracted people here since the 1900s and today is no different. With easy access to the centre of London in just 20-30 minutes by train, the tranquillity of Beckenham Green and Kelsey Park right on your doorstep, plus reputable schools and decent shopping too, Beckenham offers the best of both worlds. . A little bit of history Beckenham spent most of its history as a small rural village in Kent. But when the railway came in 1857, it brought with it population growth and property development. That included the building of large, grand villas around the new station, some of which remain today.

        The Shortland's area sprung up in 1863, followed by Clock House in the 1802 and Park Langley in 1908, with further building in the 1920s. Elmer's End, with its smaller suburban houses, was developed in 1911. And Eden Park was established in 1926. Modern Beckenham is part of the London Borough of Bromley and very much a London suburb. But thanks to our rich history, Beckenham offers a veritable patchwork quilt of period properties, that makes our area really standout. You can choose from Victorian, Edwardian and 1920s homes and even alms-house's from 1694. For those with more contemporary tastes, the Copers Cope and Albemarle Road areas have beautiful modern apartments too.

        Charles Darwin lived in Beckenham and Enid Blyton wrote some of her much-loved children's books here too.

        As well as all the usual supermarkets and high street favourites, Beckenham offers interesting independent stores aplenty, including Villager Sausages, Beckenham Flower Studio, and Walsh Brothers jewellers.

        We are spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor space in Beckenham. Enjoy the spectacular Kelsey Park, complete with duck pond and pleasure gardens. Crease Park is another favorite with dog walkers. And kids love Croydon Road Recreation Park. For less outdoorsy types, St Georges Church with its 13th century lichgates and breath taking stain glass windows is well worth a visit too. Or catch the latest films, at Beckenham Odeon. Finally, no round up of things to do in Beckenham is complete without mention of The Spa at Beckenham, on Beckenham Road which boasts a gym, multi-purpose sports hall and, according to the readers of The Independent, the best public swimming pool in the UK.

        There are eateries and takeaways to suit every budget, taste and occasion in Beckenham. These are a few our favourites: Fee and Brown for great coffee and cake: The Curry Cottage on Kelsey Park Road; Rascasse Wine Bar on High Street; Dizzy's Diner on High Street; L'argosta Italian on Elmers End Road: Ye Old George Inn Pub on High Street: Buddies Restaurant on Croydon Road: Village Bistro Cafe on High Street. We also have branches of popular Italians Zizzi and Prezzo on High Street. And when only fish and chips will do, The Big Catch Fish and Chip Shop just over the road from our Beckenham Winkworth office never fails to hit the spot.

        Beckenham is well-served by rail, Beckenham Junction and Kent House station will take you to Victoria in around 20 minutes. Beckenham Junction and Birkbeck have access to London Bridge, in around 30 minutes. Eden Park, Elmers End, Clockhouse, New Beckenham all connect to London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street in between 24mins to 32mins. Finally, Ravensbourne to Blackfriars takes about 28 minutes.

        By bus: Catch the 54 bus towards Elmers End and Woolwich; the 227 towards Bromley North and Crystal Palace; 354 towards Bromley North and Penge; 367 towards Bromley North and West Croydon and the N3 Night Bus towards Bromley North and Oxford Circus.By car: For parking in Beckenham, head to Fairfield Road and Village Way. You'll also find parking meters on the High Street. By taxi: Reputable local firms include Clockhouse Taxi's and Cannon Cars.

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    127 High Street,
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      All the hard work in letting my flat
      I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you, Gina and the rest of the team for all the hard work in letting my flat.
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      Always gone above and beyond
      We have rented our property through Winkworth for the past four years with them managing the property. Through the years Winkworth have always gone above and beyond to ensure that both ourselves and our tenant were always satisfied, no matter how big or small an issue may have been.
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      Loving what we do since 1835
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      Winkworth agents love what they do and pride themselves on having a unique perspective on the entire process of matching people with homes. From the little things we see that others miss, to the neighbourhoods we know like the back of our hands. Because where others see customers, we see people, and where others see houses, we see homes.

      Our business model means each and every agent is an established and independent professional in their neighbourhood, making us uniquely positioned to offer you, our clients, a more in-depth and insightful experience.

      Locally and nationally, we come together as one to share our properties and clients, ensuring no opportunity is ever missed.

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      Welcome To Beckenham
      Winkworth Beckenham is perfectly located in the High Street and Town Centre near HSBC Bank, Costa coffee and Superdrug. Located approximately 10 miles from both Central London and the M25, Beckenham is a vibrant rural town with a fine array of shops, bars and restaurants. Surrounded with numerous beautiful parks and places of interest including; Beckenham Place Park, Kelsey Park and St George's Church.
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      Open Seven Days A Week
      We're here to help seven days a week. Winkworth Beckenham office situated in the heart of Beckenham High Street, our team are at the heart of the Beckenham community too. All of us have lived and worked in the area for many years. That means we have extensive knowledge of Beckenham and the surrounding area including Bromley, Park Langley, Shortlands and West Wickham. So whether you're buying, selling, letting, renting or simply after advice, we're keen to help seven days a week.
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      It's likely to be your most valuable asset, so don't settle for anything but the best
      What you expect

      This is the place you have poured time, money and effort into. It's your home and you probably love it. But, for whatever reason, it's time to move on.

      Some things are a given when you're selling. You want the minimum hassle, a speedy sale and the best possible price. But what about adding an agent that really thinks about the detail to that list, too? An agent who is immersed in the local area and totally gets what the buyers want? An agent who will walk into your home and know instantaneously which little things will make the world of difference to the sale.

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      This is where Winkworth agents come into their own

      What you need from an agent is local experience. Winkworth have over 180 years in the business, no less.

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      Local Expertise

      Ours are local businesses run by local people, who, quite simply, love their patch. This passion is infectious for buyers and sellers alike.

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      A Unified Group

      Winkworth becomes one when it comes to sharing properties and referring clients. Our offices consider themselves part of local, regional and national networks, all working together to secure the very best outcome for our buyers and sellers.

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      A Strong Brand

      Winkworth is the largest estate agency brand in London and one of the fastest-growing in the UK. Word-of-mouth and repeat business is what we're all about.

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      With Lots Of Registered Buyers

      We're talking tens of thousands here, and we share them across our network - no-one slips through the net.

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      Attention To Detail

      Powerful marketing is so important and we do it so well that we've dedicated a page to it. Winkworth agents see things differently, picking out the finite details that will ensure a sale

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      Right Here With You

      Selling can be a complicated and frustrating process - it's just the way things are when you're dealing with lots of people and their most valuable asset. We'll be there with you from start to finish, from managing viewings to sorting out complicated chains. And our agents will give you honest advice on all the little niggly things, like the best local tradespeople to fix those small jobs around the house.

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      Exciting times, With a lot to think about though
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      There's nothing quite like a face-to-face chat with an expert, but here's a quick summary of useful tips and reminders for you buyers.
      Finances in order?

      Before you do anything else, we say do your research and find how much you can actually afford to spend on a property. Take into account any available cash you have for a deposit and then speak to a mortgage broker, or a selection of providers and find out what they'd be willing to lend you. Make sure they put their 'in principle' offers in writing.

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      Looking At Properties
      So, you've scoured the estate agents' websites and windows, poured over the property portals and pounded the streets figuring out where you might like to buy. Time to book in some viewings.

      When looking around a property, use the estate agent and ask questions. You might want to think about things like:

      • The number of years left on any lease (if it's a leasehold property)
      • Does the property have things like gas central heating, modern insulation and double glazing? If not, these are big ticket items to get fitted
      • The council tax band the property falls in
      • Any service charge
      • Local transport links
      • Outdoor space
      • If you like a property, be sure to get in a couple of viewings at different times of the day and invite friends and family along for a second opinion.
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      Making An Offer
      You've found a property you're sure you want to buy. Call the estate agent and let them know how much you're willing to offer. Don't be surprised if your first offer is declined - that's the name of the game and buying a property is all about negotiation.

      If there are a number of people keen to buy the property, you might be invited to take part in a sealed bid.

      Fingers crossed.

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      Everything In Order?

      When your offer is accepted, you'll need to employ a conveyancer. This legal specialist will manage any negotiations to do with the purchase of the property on your behalf. They'll check all the paperwork is in order and look after the details of the contract for you.

      Well be more than happy to recommend a solicitor to you, with the local knowledge and expertise.

      Most people hire a chartered surveyor, too. The surveyor will do a full survey of the property, highlighting any possible problems that might need looking at. There are two types of survey you can buy; a homebuyer's report and a building survey.

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      Money, money, money

      osts money; a lot of money. You'll be asked to hand over your hard-earned cash throughout the process.

      • Mortgage arrangement fee
      • Mortgage indemnity fee
      • Lender's valuation fee
      • Conveyancing
      • Land Registry fee
      • Surveys
      • Stamp duty land tax
      • Removals
      • Contingency fund (there are always unexpected costs along the way)
      • Building and contents insurance
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      The country house team is based in Mayfair, but most of the time they're travelling the length and breadth of the country visiting the owners of country properties and estates and personally introducing buyers.

      It takes expert knowledge and an innate love for the countryside to work in this specialist field. David King - who manages the country house team - is passionate about the British countryside.

      If you're looking to buy a home or working property in the country, David will take the time to get to know you and your needs inside out. Whether you're looking for a somewhere to indulge your passion for outdoor pursuits, a working estate; or you're simply looking to escape the city and enjoy a more relaxed pace of life in an English rural village - the Country House team will get to the root of it.

      David will work with our partners across the country to seek out suitable properties, one of which might just be the home you have been dreaming of.

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      Selling international homes to UK buyers and beyond

      Based in central London, we have a team of experienced international property sales experts who will market your international property to UK-based and foreign buyers. We have close ties with numerous associates across the world, and we use this network to share property and buyer information and connect the two.

      The reach of the Winkworth profile means that we can present your property to a wide audience. We support this with targeted advertising, marketing and PR plans.

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      Mortgages
      Like estate agents, good mortgage brokers can be hard to come by. Fortunately, we have a solution.
      Finding a mortgage

      Mortgages can be a bit of a minefield. Do you look for your own mortgage or go with a broker? What kind of repayment model suits you - fixed rate, tracker, interest-only, discounted or offset?

      Second only to finding the right property at the right purchase price, choosing your mortgage provider and product will possibly be the most important decision you make.


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      Winkworth Beckenham Team
      Our Beckenham team are highly experienced property professionals, most of which have worked and lived in the local community for many years. They are all on hand to help assist in all property matters including sales, lettings, new homes and property management.
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      Mark Atterano MNAEA Managing Director
      Mark has been an agent in the Beckenham area for the last 18 years, and opened his own Winkworth Branch here in Beckenham over 5 years ago which has built an outstanding reputation. Mark has lived locally for over 20 years and is a passionate supporter of the local community. NAEA qualified.
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      Anthony Carey MNAEA, MARLA Director
      Anthony has worked as an agent in Beckenham for the last 17 years working for well respected agents within the borough and brings a wealth of experience to the Winkworth Beckenham team. His sound in depth knowledge of the local area and property market gives Anthony tremendous experience in residential valuations, along with in depth knowledge of the lettings markets. NAEA and ARLA qualified
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      Gina Cullen Sales and Lettings Manager
      Gina has been a resident in Beckenham for the past 22 years and been an estate agent in the London Borough of Bromley for the past 11 years. Gina brings a wealth of experience to the team and prides herself on going the extra mile for all her clients.
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      Jane Fudge  Sales and Lettings Negotiator
      Jane joined the Beckenham Winkworth team three years ago after working for another local agent for several years and is a key member of the team, progressing our properties to a successful conclusion, effectively and efficiently.
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      Samantha Isaac  Office Manager
      Samantha has lived in the area for over 25 years and worked as an agent in and around Beckenham for a number of those years. With her in-depth knowledge of the local area she is perfectly placed to advise on all of our excellent facilities and popular local schools.
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      Laura Baines  Property Manager
      Laura has worked in the estate agency industry for a number of years working within the Bromley Borough for a leading competitor until she joined Winkworth Beckenham five years ago. Laura is on hand to deal with all property management queries and brings an abundance of experience to the challenging role.
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      Why Move To Beckenham?
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        Beckenham's proximity to London has attracted people here since the 1900's and today is no different. With easy access to the center of London in just 20-30 minutes by train, the tranquility of Beckenham Green and Kelsey Park right on your doorstep, plus reputable schools and decent shopping too, Beckenham offers the best of both worlds. Beckenham spent most of its history as a small rural village in Kent. But when the railway came in 1857, it brought with it population growth and property development. That included the building of large, grand villas around the new station, some of which remain today.

        The Shortland's area sprung up in 1863, followed by Clock House in the 1802 and Park Langley in 1908, with further building in the 1920's. Elmer's End, with its smaller suburban houses, was developed in 1911. And Eden Park was established in 1926. Modern Beckenham is part of the London Borough of Bromley and very much a London suburb. But thanks to our rich history, Beckenham offers a veritable patchwork quilt of period properties, that makes our area really standout. You can choose from Victorian, Edwardian and 1920's homes and even alms-house's from 1694. For those with more contemporary tastes, the Copers Cope and Albemarle Road areas have beautiful modern apartments too.

        Charles Darwin lived in Beckenham and Enid Blyton wrote some of her much-loved children's books here too. 

        As well as all the usual supermarkets and high street favorites, Beckenham offers interesting independent stores aplenty, including Villager Sausages, Beckenham Flower Studio, and Walsh Brothers jewelers. 

        We are spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor space in Beckenham. Enjoy the spectacular Kelsey Park, complete with duck pond and pleasure gardens. Crease Park is another favorite with dog walkers. And kids love Croydon Road Recreation Park. For less outdoorsy types, St Georges Church with its 13th century lychgates and breath taking stain glass windows is well worth a visit too. Or catch the latest films, at Beckenham Odeon. Finally, no round up of things to do in Beckenham is complete without mention of The Spa at Beckenham, on Beckenham Road which boasts a gym, multi-purpose sports hall and, according to the readers of The Independent, the best public swimming pool in the UK.

        There are eateries and takeaways to suit every budget, taste and occasion in Beckenham. These are a few our favourites: Fee and Brown for the best coffee and cake in town: The Curry Cottage on Kelsey Park Road; Rascasse Wine Bar on High Street; Dizzy's Diner on High Street;  L'argosta Italian on Elmers End Road: Village Bistro Cafe on High Street. We also have branches of popular Italians Zizzi and Prezzo on High Street. And when only fish and chips will do, The Big Catch Fish and Chip Shop just over the road from our Beckenham Winkworth office never fails to hit the spot.

        Beckenham is well-served by rail, Beckenham Junction and Kent House station will take you to Victoria in around 20 minutes. Beckenham Junction and Birkbeck have access to London Bridge, in around 30 minutes. Eden Park, Elmers End, Clockhouse, New Beckenham all connect to London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street in between 24mins to 32mins. Finally, Ravensbourne to Blackfriars takes about 28 minutes.

        By bus: Catch the 54 bus towards Elmers End and Woolwich; the 227 towards Bromley North and Crystal Palace; 354 towards Bromley North and Penge; 367 towards Bromley North and West Croydon and the N3 Night Bus towards Bromley North and Oxford Circus.By car: For parking in Beckenham, head to Fairfield Road and Village Way. You'll also find parking meters on the High Street. By taxi: Reputable local firms include Clockhouse Taxi's and Cannon Cars.

      Where we're active

      Our Branch

      Our Branch

      Current Properties

      Recently Sold Properties

      Note: Markers represent the centre of postcodes, not exact locations

      Find us

      127 High Street,
      Beckenham,
      BR3 1AG

      Telephone us

      Buying: 020 8012 3581  Local call rate
      Letting: 020 8012 3580  Local call rate

      Email us

      Contact us

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      Testimonials from Sellers

      • Seller Testimonial

        You have regained my trust in estate agents!
        Anthony, thank you so much for all your help in making our move possible. You have regained my trust in estate agents! We really do appreciate your professional manner and efficiency. I have already recommended Winkworth to friends and will continue to do so.
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        Very personable and polite, and efficient 
        I am writing to you as I have recently sold my house through your Beckenham branch. I dealt with Anthony Carey throughout the whole process and I must say he is a credit to Winkworth. Anthony is not only very personable and polite, he is efficient and nothing is too much for him. I felt that I could always phone Anthony and he was always willing to help and to answer any queries I had. The whole process was easy and efficient, which I think was totally down to Anthony successfully managing us, the buyers and the solicitors.
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        Moving day
        Moving day. Thanks for your help in getting us there.
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        A credit to Winkworth.
        Aaron, once again many thanks. You have been a fantastic agent and a credit to Winkworth.
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        It has been a pleasure dealing with you
        Just a note to say thank you to you, Anthony and Aaron, for your professionalism, efficiency and patience in seeing the sale through to completion. It has been a pleasure dealing with you through some very trying times, and especially your handling of your buyers and their solicitors!

      Testimonials from Buyers

      • Buyer Testimonial

        Thanks for all your help
        Aaron thanks for all your help on what became a very protracted process. Not sure we would have made it otherwise but glad its all done.
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        Appreciate you good work
        Thanks for your help. Really appreciate you good work.
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        Thanks a lot for helping us
        Thanks a lot for helping us make this happen!!
      • Buyer Testimonial

        Thanks for all your assistance
        Thanks for all your assistance with getting us into Eden Road.  Thanks again and hope you are having a successful year to date.
      • Buyer Testimonial

        Lots of positive feedback
        Thank you for your help you have been brilliant. I also passed on lots of positive feedback about how you have helped and been great.
      • Buyer Testimonial

        Very happy to be in our new house
        Gina, we are all very happy to be in our new house & it feels like we have lived here for ages! Thank you for all your help & kindness through out the whole time of us all trying to get the house!! Thank you from everyone cherry tree walk
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        Winkworth Beckenham is perfectly located in the High Street and Town Centre near HSBC Bank, Costa coffee and Superdrug. Located approximately 10 miles from both Central London and the M25, Beckenham is a vibrant rural town with a fine array of shops, bars and restaurants. Surrounded with numerous beautiful parks and places of interest including; Beckenham Place Park, Kelsey Park and St George's Church.

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      Branch address

      127 High Street,
      Beckenham,
      BR3 1AG

      Get in touch

      Buying: 020 8012 3581  Local call rate
      Letting: 020 8012 3580  Local call rate
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      Disclaimer

      The content on this Microsite has been uploaded by Winkworth, Beckenham. Rightmove Group Limited makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the content, any queries should be sent directly to Winkworth, Beckenham. Where properties are displayed on a page, this comprises a property advertisement. Rightmove Group Limited who operate the website Rightmove.co.uk makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the advertisement or any linked or associated information, and Rightmove has no control over the content. These property advertisements do not constitute property particulars. The information is provided and maintained by Winkworth, Beckenham. Please contact the agent directly to obtain any information which may be available under the terms of The Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 or the Home Report if in relation to a residential property in Scotland and if you have any query over the content.

      *Guide Price: An indication of a seller's minimum expectation at auction and given as a “Guide Price” or a range of “Guide Prices”. This is not necessarily the figure a property will sell for and is subject to change prior to the auction.

      Reserve Price: Each auction property will be subject to a “Reserve Price” below which the property cannot be sold at auction. Normally the “Reserve Price” will be set within the range of “Guide Prices” or no more than 10% above a single “Guide Price.”

      Auction Fees: The purchase of this property may include associated fees not listed here, as it is to be sold via auction. To find out more about the fees associated with this property please call Winkworth, Beckenham on 020 8650 1000.


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