Live in leafy Bexleyheath in our fantastic property!
Posted on August 18, 2016.
We have a great space available for the right person to be a guardian to live in the affluent surburban area of Bexleyheath. It is going for a mere £300pcm
all inclusive of utility bills and council tax!
The property details including photos can be found here: Bexleyheath
Contact us today so you don't miss out on this spectacular summer offer!
Situated in the London Borough of Bexley, this is a traditional environmentally clean area where more and more people who want to make savings on their living costs are signing up to live.
You could spend your time walking the numerous beautiful green parks where many famous people walked before, like Baroness Amos; Steve Backley, javelin champion; Jimmy Bullard, Premiership football player; Kate Bush, the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter was born in Bexleyheath; Bernie Ecclestone; Boy George, George O'Dowd; Sheila Hancock, actress (and widow of actor John Thaw); David Haye, former WBA world heavyweight champion; Edward Heath Conservative British Prime Minister (1970–1974); Graham Kersey, Surrey county cricketer; Neal Lawson politician; Lenny McLean, actor, bouncer, bare-knuckle boxer and 'hardest man in Britain'; Roger Moore, actor; Kenneth Noye gangster; Delia Smith, television-chef; Linda Smith, stand-up comic and star of Radio 4 and BBC2; Andy Townsend, professional footballer; and Charles Tupper, Canada's sixth Prime Minister
Bexleyheath has two stations: Bexleyheath railway station serves the area with services to London Victoria via Peckham Rye, London Charing Cross, London Cannon Street, Barnehurst, Gravesend and Dartford. It is only 25 minutes journey to central London on
There are numerous wonderful places to go to in Bexleyheath such as the Cineworld cinema, the reference library, five-a-side football centre, bingo hall and ten-pin bowling alley.
Cultural events take place all of the time including concerts given by the Sidcup Symphony Orchestra regularly in the hall of Townley Grammar School, while the Edward Alderton Theatre produces a number of non-professional productions each year. The theatre, which was founded in 1976, has a raked auditorium seating 74, a proscenium stage, a fully licensed bar, a deaf loop and free on-site parking.
Our guardians have created a beautiful environment for communal living and consist of construction workers, key workers and numerous people in the trade services. We also have a waitress, music producer and DJ. So there is a great mix of different personalities for stimulating conversation. They are all welcoming people looking for the right person to join them as a property guardian
If you want to take advantage of this rare opportunity to join a close-knit property guardian community in Northolt please contact me today to arrange a viewing.
Interesting facts about Bexleyheath:
- The clock-tower at the centre of the modern shopping area, built in 1912, commemorates the coronation of King George V
- An average of 170,000 people a week visit the town, enjoying the comfort of one of the cleanest town centres in the capital