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Bexley Period Property Guide


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Bexley lies 13 miles from London by the River Cray on the border with Kent.
Map of Bexley
History: Bexley Timeline
Pubs:  several
Shops: Many independents
Restaurants: several
Bexley station - 40 minutes to London Charing Cross.
Walks: Cray Riverway, London Loop, Shuttle Riverway



North Cray Road
DA5 3NA map
Key Properties:
No 2 listed
Nos 4-14 listed
No 16 listed
No 30 listed
No 32 listed
No 34 listed (c. C17 or early C18)
Dower House (c. 1820)


Bexley High Street
DA5 1AJ map
Key Properties:
Nos 1-3 + 7-9. Two late 18th pairs with brick front and weatherboarded rear; 1/3 have weatherboarded sides too. The Georgian cottages are brick in front but timber-framed 
Old Bexley Conservation area



Bourne Road
DA5 1LR map
Key Properties:
Prospect Place.  8 cottages built 1846 
Partly in Old Bexley Conservation area
Road connects London Road (the old A2) with Rochester Way (the new A2). 
Attractions: Hall Place 


C19 (Late Victorian)

C19 (Late Victorian)

C19 (Late Victorian)

C19 (Late Victorian)

Parkhurst Road
DA5 1AX map
Parkhurst estate developed on the western edge of the village for the city commuter. Built c.1878 -1881 on the grounds of Parkhurst House and Marl House.
Key Properties:
Nos 34-42 detached ornate villas 1879 with polychrome brickwork and mythical animals.
No 50/52 bay windows
No 60 1881 gable and gothic window
No 62 1878 castellated window
No 64 1881 gothic door



Hartford Road
DA5 1NL map
Parkhurst conservation area


Knoll Road
DA5 1AY map
Parkhurst conservation area        
Key Properties:
No 2-26

Upton Road South
DA5 1QU map
Key Properties: 
No 240 large detached villa

Parkhurst conservation area

C20 Modern Movement

C20 Modern Movement

C20 Modern Movement

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Danson Road
DA6 8HB map
Architecture and history:
8 Modern Movement houses by D C Wadhwa  (1934) & later Frederick Jones.
Key Properties:
No 71. Listed Grade II (2003)


Hill Crescent
DA5 2DA map
Architecture and history:
Developed by H.L. Jeanes, who purchased the Ravenscourt estate in the mid-30s and built houses on the land. 
Key Properties:
The 7 modernist influenced houses  of art deco and modern movement design. Designed by C.D. Dixon in 1936.

The Drive
DA5 3BX map

Bars, cafes, restaurants & shops
Bexley Timeline 
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