Hidden away in the gated Estate Keston Park in Bromley, you'll find the most expensive house in south east London.

A six-bedroom, period-style and architect-designed mansion sitting at the end of one of Bromley's most prestigious roads, the house costs just a measly £6,500,000.

Yet the most suprising fact about this residence is it is built on a plot of land owned by the Late Baroness Thatcher.

Dormers, on Holwood Park Avenue, Keston Park, BR6, is currently listed as a freehold property by Alan de Maid. We show you what it looks like on the inside.

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The house itself was recently built, extending to around 11,500 sq ft, including six bedrooms, six bathrooms and five reception rooms.

Five reception rooms benefit from period style wooden double glazed sash windows, 7' walnut doors, underfloor heating and three with Chesney Classico Fireplace surrounds.

According to the developer, the main entrance hall is an impressive solid black walnut flooring with a bespoke Limestone and glass contemporary staircase designed and installed by Ian Knapper.

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A bespoke kitchen by award winning designer Simon Bray is awash with high end appliances, adds the developer.
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The kitchen leads to a sitting room that, when its minimalist bi fold doors are open, is at one with the secluded outdoors.

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There are four principle bedroom suites to the first floor all accessed from the vast landing.

The master has a fully furnished dressing room, again designed and built by the award winning Simon Bray.

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Bedrooms three and four can be used as duplex suites as they both have individual stairs to living areas on the second floor.

These can also be isolated as further bedrooms or a self-contained suite to the second floor with living area bathroom and kitchen.

Adjacent to the main building is a detached annexe attached to the triple garage.

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The annexe has been again finished to the highest standard, having identical finishing throughout, and offering potentially two bedrooms with a very large open plan living space with kitchen, bathroom and utility room.

All on a plot of one acre, there is an area where a tennis court once stood and this could be reinstated.

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The house is located on Holwood Park Avenue, situated a few minutes walk from Locksbottom Village, meaning access to Orpington and Bromley mainline stations.

The property also falls within the popular Darrick Wood School catchment area.

There is also secure access to a bridle way that gives access and backs onto the greenbelt.

This property also has a part share in 50 acres of protected woodland at the end of Holwood Park Avenue.

For more photos and full details of the listing, click here.