Rarely available and occupying one of the Orpington’s most prestigious locations, we are proud to offer this elegant 1920’s detached residence. Set back from the road in an extremely quiet and tranquil location, situated within half a mile of the mainline station, this beautiful family home offers an abundance of character and space with a light contemporary feel whilst retaining many of its original period features. Upon entering the house you pass through the newly fitted double fronted doors into a tiled porch and into a bright and spacious hallway with original hardwood flooring. The first of two large light and airy reception rooms offers a double glazed bay window, rustic solid herringbone wooden parquet flooring and a beautiful fully working fire place. The second reception room offers a unique living experience, featuring exposed brickwork fireplace, with newly installed energy efficient and low emission wood burning stove. Exceptional and uninterrupted views through double glazed sliding French doors overlook the secluded south facing rear garden with mature shrubs, borders and trees to provide a high level of seclusion. The second reception room also boasts the same herringbone parquet flooring. Completing the ground floor and at the heart of the house, is a light and airy breakfast room, with full views of the rear garden which flows into a large, welcoming family sized kitchen with integrated appliances with entry point to the garden. A separate utility room is also available providing internal access to the garage. There is also the added benefit of a downstairs cloakroom with three piece suite. Moving upstairs to the first floor, you will notice the space and open plan feel with Natural Farrow & Ball decor throughout. Completed to a high standard is a brand new contemporary bathroom fitted with free standing bath, luxury stone wet room and rain shower with heated chrome towel rail. There are four exceptional double bedrooms of which two are South facing onto the rear garden and two bedrooms overlooking the front aspect of Goddington lane, all with painted original hardwood flooring. As well as its fantastic zone 6 transport links direct to the city, Charing Cross and London Victoria, the property is ideally situated to be able to easily access the M25 from junction 4, providing links to the national motorway network, Bluewater, Channel Tunnel, London and the Sussex coast, Gatwick and Heathrow airports. Also offering country walks and the picturesque villages of Shoreham and Lullingstone with its famous lavender fields and local farm produce. The local area also offers excellent sporting facilities for swimming, golf and equestrian sports with Orpington Cricket Club and Orpington Tennis Club on the lane. The high street is just 0.3 miles away and is undergoing a major upgrade with a new cinema and shopping development. St Olave’s Grammar school is situated only moments away as well as a number of highly regarded state and private schools.