We have seen this go up for let in the past, but not for some time. However, it now looks like this Stillness five-bedroom 1930s art deco property in Bromley, Kent is looking for a new temporary owner.
What we have here is a stylish slice of period architecture, one that was designed by Gilbert Booth back in 1934. Things have moved on a little over the decades and considerable modernisation has taken place, but this is still an art deco build at its heart, even with the modern kitchen and bathroom.
It’s also very much a blank canvas (as you would expect from a rental place), so you can just move in your period pieces and away you go. Location wise, it is said to be near Sunridge Park, if that matters one way or the other.
Once inside, you’ll find a significant amount of space. In terms of the breakdown, we’re talking five bedrooms, two reception rooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen area and a roof terrace, which is said to offer ‘stunning views’.
Outside space too, which includes a private driveway and gardens plus the distinctive swimming pool you can see above. Not sure it is one for the winter, but if you rent this long term, it should be a bonus when the sunshine returns.
Indeed, it is available now as a long term lease, priced at £3,100pcm if you are interested.