Estate Agents in Keston, BR2

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Area Guide by Estate Agents in Keston BR2

Alex Neil is an excellent decision when choosing estate agents in Keston, BR2. We are a multi-award-winning estate agency specialising in Keston and BR2 property sales. Keston lies in Greater London and the London Borough of Bromley. It shares borders with Chelsfield, Bromley, and Orpington BR6.


Keston Area Guide & Local Information: Keston has a long and rich history. The Keston Roman Mausoleum consists of three visible tombs established in the 3rd century AD. Holwood House in Keston is a former home to William Pitt the Younger and the remnants of the Wilberforce Oak. William Wilberforce was a politician, philanthropist, and leader of the Victorian movement to eradicate the slave trade. For centuries Keston has remained a tranquil area. Perhaps the lack of train connections to London limited the appeal for commuters. Although today’s Keston is suburban and rural, it balances both and maintains its countryside character. There are many independent shops and businesses for locals to utilise in Keston. Whilst the larger shopping centres offered by Orpington and Bromley are easily accessible.

Keston is famous for its large manor houses, some converted and presented as modern developments. Ravensbourne in BR2 and Wilberforce Court, part of Holwood Estate on Westerham Road, are fine examples. Keston Park offers exclusive properties built during the 1920s and 1930s in a secure, private-gated setting.

The range of properties in the area is pleasingly varied. Rolling Stone Bill Wyman and former prime minister Margaret Thatcher both resided here. There are also modern and newly built properties around the area, which have become popular with family-oriented buyers. Undoubtedly, Keston’s rural vibe and the surrounding Kent countryside draw many people.

Keston Common is a beautiful 135-acre park and biological Site of Special Scientific Interest that offers vast woodland areas and is home to Keston Ponds, which are perfect for relaxation. Keston also neighbours Hayes Common, a 195-acre ancient woodland and grassland area perfect for running, walking, and enjoying outdoor activities.

There is no railway station in Keston, and Zone 5 Hayes Station is nearby. Frequent services operate to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Waterloo, making London connections fast and straightforward. We would be happy to serve you when you need Estate Agents to act for you in Keston, BR2. For example, when you decide to sell your property and require estate agents in Keston, BR2, we can provide a valuation and market appraisal.

The surrounding areas have much to offer too. Read our Bromley BR1 Area Guide, Chislehurst BR7 Area Guide, and Farnborough BR6 Area Guide.

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Tenant Information

Refundable Holding deposit - 1 weeks rent

Security Deposit 5 weeks rent for annual rental under £50,000, or 6 weeks rent for annual rental over £50,000

Rent - The agreed monthly rent

Changes to tenancy - £50 inc VAT

Early termination charge - Not exceeding the landlord’s financial losses

Late payment of rent Interest of 3% above BoE base rate for each day the rent is late, once it is 14 days overdue

Replacement keys - Reasonable costs

Utilities, council tax, communication services, TV Licence etc Tenants own responsibility unless otherwise stated

Client Money Protection Scheme Membership details Alex Neil are members of CMP (client money protect)

Property Redress Scheme Membership details: Alex Neil are members of The Property Ombudsman. Membership number N00018.