Flats For Sale In Bromley

Considering moving to Bromley in 2016?

This area was first recorded as early as 862, when it was called ‘Bromleag’, which means ‘woodland clearing where a broom grows’.

Historically a market town chartered in 1158, Bromley lies south of the River Thames and is part of the county of Kent. Thanks to its location as a coach stop, it began to be developed during the 1850s and a Bromley hotel is even mentioned in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. It remained a quiet place until the arrival of the railway in 1858.

During the 20th century, it significantly grew in population until it became part of Greater London in 1965.

Located just 9.3 miles from Charing Cross, this area not only has fantastic rural qualities, it’s a great place for commuters. One of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London plan, it also has a large retail area and a major theatre.

For flats for sale in Bromley, search our listings today. Daniels Property Services offers properties in not only Bromley, but the surrounding areas, including Mottingham, Lee, Catford, Downham, Grove Park and Eltham.

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