How 123estate Agent Chislehurst works

We make selling or letting your property in Chislehurst as easy and as fast as possible, our mission is to provide a full estate agent service which saves you money, but how do we do it? And what can you expect? It’s actually pretty simple! follow our steps for hassle-free sales and lettings.

How 123estateAgent Chislehurst works

We make selling or letting your property as fast and as easy as possible in Chislehurst, our mission is to provide full estate agent services and save you money, but how do we do it? And what can you expect? It’s actually pretty simple! Here are our steps for hassle-free sales and lettings.

Why 123estateAgent Chislehurst?

With our services, you can save money with no upfront fees!

Sellers Package
0.75%

Free 3D Virtual Tours

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Let Only
6%

Free Property Video

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Full Management
8%

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Interesting facts about Chislehurst

Present features

Chislehurst is a largely affluent area. Chislehurst West, previously known as “Pricking” or “Prickend”, includes the biggest of the ponds and the High Street which has many pubs and restaurants.

A local attraction is Chislehurst Caves. They were originally used to mine flint and chalk. During World War II, they were used nightly as an air raid shelter. There is a chapel inside. A child was born in the caves during World War II and was given a middle name of ‘Cavena’. The caves have also been used as a venue for live music; Jimi Hendrix, the Who and the Rolling Stones have all played there. Chislehurst is one of the starting points for the Green Chain Walk, linking to places such as Crystal Palace, Erith, the Thames Barrier and Thamesmead.

Past features

The Chislehurst civil parish formed an urban district of Kent from 1894 to 1934. In 1934 it became part of the Chislehurst and Sidcup Urban District, which was split in 1965 between the London boroughs of Bromley and Bexley. The Walsingham family, including Christopher Marlowe’s patron, Sir Thomas Walsingham and Queen Elizabeth I’s spymaster, Francis Walsingham, had a home in Scadbury Park, now a nature reserve in which the ruins of the house can still be seen.

A water tower used to straddle the road from Chislehurst to Bromley until it was demolished in 1963 as one of the last acts of the Chislehurst and Sidcup UDC. It marked the entrance to the Wythes Estate in Bickley, but its narrow archway meant that double-decker buses were not able to be used on the route.

Area’s near Chislehurst we cover

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123estateAgent will be advising all clients to stay as safe as possible until we are advised otherwise, this is why we will include virtual viewings for sales properties.

We are very proud to be able to showcase our client’s homes using the latest cutting edge design and technology. Our 360° virtual property tours use the very latest technology to capture fully responsive property tours that work seamlessly across all devices.

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