EST 1912. REBORN 2017.

When it was first built back in 1912, The David Greig building was described as the grandest Edwardian commercial building in the borough.

Part of the Greig’s retail empire, which numbered 220 stores in its heyday, this Neo Baroque landmark has been reborn to offer a collection of just six stunning apartments.  In returning this locally listed building to its former glory, original features such asthe spiralling enamel tiled stairwell and ornate exterior stonework have been lovingly restored.

Marrying these artisan details with the very best of modern design and heritage inspired details, has created homes that are as characterful as they are stylish. Make no mistake, this development offers artisan craftsmanship of the very highest order. Nothing less would suffice such a grand building.

SHOP. EAT. RELAX.

As well as a town centre location surrounded by shops, restaurants and outdoor spaces, Central London is moments away.

The Glades will sate both your wardrobe and appetite with some 135 shops and restaurants – ranging from H&M, Timberland and Zara to Carluccio’s and Byron. The rest of the town centre offers even more retail therapy, not to mention the culinary delights of Tamasha, Aqua and Franco Manca, an array of bars and the coffee connoisseurs, Ginger & Bean. In short, Bromley has everything you could ask for and much more besides.

In terms of greenery, a few minute’s walk just behind the Churchill Theatre – which showcases an array of theatre, comedy and musical performances – are the picturesque Church House Gardens and Bromley Park. Travel a bit further and there are plenty of other green spaces to explore, the grounds of Bromley Palace being a particular highlight. Or if you prefer to get your exercise indoors, there’s the Pavilion Centre’s pool and fitness suite.

Be home in as little as 18 minutes

Only four minutes' walk from Bromley South Station, you can be at the heart of the capital in minutes:

Victoria Station – 18min
Elephant & Castle – 22min
Oxford Circus – 22min

Sources: trainline.com & tfl.gov.uk

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