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Brunswick House, 15 Homefield Rise, Orpington, Kent BR6 0RT








753 sq ft

70 sq m

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Key features

  • Luxury Apartment
  • 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
  • Secure Underground Parking (2 Spaces)
  • Private Balcony
  • Spacious Open Plan Kitchen
  • 10 minutes from Orpington Train Station
  • On the doorstep of Excellent Local Shops
  • Close to Local Park
  • Very Popular Location
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Leasehold with a guide price of £420,000 - £450,000. Within a 1-minute walk of Orpington's amenities; Odeon cinema, coffee shops, supermarket, Nandos and other restaurants serving great food. This luxury apartment is perfectly suited to a young professional couple, an older couple wanting to downsize or single parent family. The property is also perfect for couples commuting into London who want to be centrally located within Orpington.

First mentioned in 1032, the name means Orped s farm. Orpington and St. Mary Cray competed across the centuries to be the most important settlement in the district. Orpington is primarily a 20th century town although it had a main line railway as early as 1868. Orpington has, for long time, been up and coming with a plethora of decent restaurants, comfortable wine bars and parkland surrounding it's centre.

This beautifully presented apartment suite, actually part of the old police station, is dynamic and modern and is nestled slap bang in the centre of Orpington, but within the serenity of the Market Square. Orpington railway station, with direct links to London, is only a 5-minute car or bus ride. The flat is perfectly positioned for the leisure centre which has a full sized pool and a training pool. You can get fit in the 120-station gym, enjoy martial arts in the specialist dojo, or play badminton in the five-court sports hall. Relax afterwards in the sauna and steam room. The crèche and soft play area (available to hire) will keep children content for hours. Children's sports include football, judo and trampolining and you can choose from a wide range of adult group exercise classes, including Aquafit, Zumba, Group Cycle, yoga and a range of LES MILLS classes.

As you enter the building through the lobby, you take the lift to the second floor and almost immediately arrive at the front door. Entering into the hallway, there is a utility and store room and a further large cupboard, plenty big enough for those golf clubs! To your left is the family bathroom with bath and shower. Straight on is bedroom 1, a nice size and comfortable space. Adjacent is the master bedroom, complete with walk in wardrobe and en suite bathroom.

Walking across the hallway, through into the lounge, you are presented with a sizable, open plan lounge / diner. The feature area of the apartment, the kitchen is neatly fitted with all the necessary facilities, under unit lighting induction hob and double oven.

Walking through the lounge you are presented with a private balcony, overlooking the college, leisure centre and market square.

The property is one of the only in the block that benefits from 2 car parking spaces and 2 bathrooms, making this a must attend viewing.


4.03m x 2.75m - 13'3" x 9'0"

Walk In Wardrobe

2.14m x 1.6m - 7'0" x 5'3"

Bedroom 2

4.03m x 2.75m - 13'3" x 9'0"

Ensuite Bathroom

2.3m x 1.59m - 7'7" x 5'3"

Lounge Diner

5.21m x 3.57m - 17'1" x 11'9"


2.59m x 2.15m - 8'6" x 7'1"

Entrance Hall

3.5m x 2.74m - 11'6" x 8'12"


1.99m x 2.4m - 6'6" x 7'10"


1.45m x 2.43m - 4'9" x 7'12"

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Band: D

Brunswick House, 15 Homefield Rise, Orpington, Kent BR6 0RT


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Orpington Station0.6 miles
  • St. Mary Cray Station1.3 miles
  • Chelsfield Station1.4 miles
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