Bromley offers a range of affordable homes but it's fair to say that one can not be classed as affordable. 

With the area's most expensive street Forest Ridge is home to houses starting from £1 million to £5 million. 

In the middle of that scale, there is one historic house that is priced at a comfortable £3 million. 

The four-bed, two-bathroom, and three reception cottage-style house is set in the heart of Keston Park and is one of the few original properties of the estate dating back to the 1920s.

The entryway of Gren Gables has original parquet flooring, a fireplace and ceiling rose as well as featuring dark wood panelling. 

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Just one of the three reception rooms offers light and open space with views into the gorgeous gardens and plenty of floor room even with a large sofa. 

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The kitchen features a classic wood panel style, with splashes of green and tiled flooring, as well as a breakfast bar too. 

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The master suite has large windows bringing plenty of natural light and room for a large bed plus plenty of space for storage. 

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The bathroom has a charming colour perfect for a relaxing bath, it has tiled walls and a carperted floor and a large sink. 

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Outside the garden is a large 0.79 acres with plenty of green space and loads of gorgeous trees. 

Plus there's even a sunbathing spot perfect for when the summer comes around and the weather gets hotter. 

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See the property here.