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Madison Crescent, Bexleyheath
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  • Extended three bedroom semi
  • Garage and driveway
  • Study/Utility room
  • Ground floor toilet
  • 50ft garden
  • Good access to amenities
  • Double glazing
  • Gas central heating
  • Fitted wardrobes
  • EPC rating D64

A lovely extended three bedroom semi detached house in good order throughout. This property would make an ideal family home and is situated in a quiet road with easy access to the retail facilities of Bexleyheath and Welling. The property is also within easy reach of the forthcoming Cross Rail link at Abbeywood and Bostall Heath is just around the corner if you're a keen dog walker.


Bexley Borough has four grammar schools, two of which are located in Bexleyheath. Schools in Bexleyheath include:

  • Townley Grammar School for Girls
  • Beths Grammar School for Boys
  • St Catherine's R.C. School for Girls
  • St Columba’s R.C. School for Boys
  • Bexleyheath School
  • Upland Primary School
  • Barrington Primary School
  • Brampton Primary School
  • Pelham Primary School
  • St Thomas More R.C. Primary School
  • Oakwood School
  • Upton Primary School
  • Gravel Hill Primary School
  • Crook Log Primary School
  • Mayplace Primary School
  • Bursted Wood Primary School
The Broadway is fast becoming an area of fine cuisine with the emergence of many ‘fine dining’ restaurants, which sit alongside well established eat-in restaurants offering Thai, Indian, Greek and Italian. The Meze, Blend Bar & Grill and Zingara are some of the favoured names on the food and drink scene, while a Nando’s has joined the ranks of the other popular food outlets in the town centre. As far as night life is concerned, there are some good bars (Pure and Breeze) while the Twin Palace is a novel Chinese restaurant with a dance floor and DJ. Most of the pubs in Bexleyheath serve food. The Marriot Hotel at the top of Gravel Hill also has a restaurant. If you like to cook exotic foods, a specialty and international food markets are regularly held in The Broadway.

Bexleyheath train station is located in Pickford Lane, where services run into Lewisham, London Bridge, Waterloo East, Cannon Street, Charing Cross and Victoria (journey times of 30 to 45 minutes). Connections to the DLR for onward travel to Canary Wharf can be made via Lewisham station. Bexleyheath Clock Tower is the terminal for buses to and from surrounding areas, including Bluewater shopping centre. The A2 runs to the edge of Bexleyheath and can be accesses at the Black Prince Interchange at the bottom of Gravel Hill.

To make a viewing please call Anthony James on 0208 304 0666

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Madison Crescent
Bexleyheath DA7 5SY
County: Kent
Sale Type: Exchanged
Ref #: VAB20365
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