How 123estateAgent Keston works

We make selling or letting your property in Keston 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 Keston works

We make selling or letting your property in Keston as fast and as easy as possible, 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 Keston?

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

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Let Only
6%

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8%

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Interesting facts about Keston

General Info

Keston is a village in Greater London, England, located within the London Borough of Bromley and the historic county of Kent. It is part suburban, part rural in nature and lies on the edge of Hayes Common, just beyond the London conurbation to the south of Bromley Common. It includes the small hamlet of Nash to the southwest. The northern, more suburban part of Keston is sometimes referred to as Keston Mark.

History

Flint implements and pit dwellings on Keston and Hayes Commons show occupation of the area back to at least 3000 B.C., and there are Iron Age encampments in Holwood Park and on Keston Common.

Sited closer to the original Keston Court than the main village itself, Keston’s small medieval church is unusual in that does not have a dedication to a saint; but built into the altar-table is the top of the 17th century altar inlaid with a very elaborate cross and inscribed “The Keston Marke

William Wilberforce was a frequent visitor to the area as his close friend, William Pitt the younger, lived at Holwood Park. It was on top of the vale of Keston near to an oak tree that he discussed the abolition of slavery with his friend, Pitt. Only the partial dead remains of the ‘Wilberforce oak’ are left, but a new oak tree has been planted in its place. A stone bench, ‘Wilberforce seat’, commemorating the event, now marks the spot and bears the inscription from his diary “Just above a steep descent into the vale of Keston, I resolved to give notice … in the House of Commons of my intention to bring forward the abolition of the Slave Trade.”

Holwood was described in Pitt’s time as ” a small, neat, white building; it is more simple than elegant”. Pitt engaged John Soane to enlarge the house and Humphrey Repton to improve the grounds. Soane’s house burnt down, and was rebuilt in 1823-6 for John Ward in a Grecian style by Decimus Burton. The new house was on a larger scale than Pitt’s, in white brick and Portland stone.Later owners included Lord Chancellor Cranworth, the Earl of Derby, and Seismograph Service Ltd.

 

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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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