Lot 37


51 Belmont Lane, Chislehurst, Kent, BR7 6BL
51 Belmont Lane, Chislehurst, Kent, BR7 6BL
Sold £252,000

On behalf of the Executor

This 1930s semi-detached house is located in a popular residential area of Chislehurst, within close proximity to Chislehurst Common and it's range of local shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Although now requiring a programme of refurbishment and upgrading, the property represents an excellent opportunity for builders, investors and even owner occupiers.

The house has double glazed windows and a gas heating system via fixed wall-mounted radiators.

Ground Floor

Two receptions room and kitchen.

First Floor

Three bedrooms and bathroom with shower and W.C.


Front garden, off street parking/driveway and side access to a good sized rear garden.


Remainder of a 98-year lease from 1934 with an annual ground rent payable to The Crown Estates of £6.15.

Leasehold with Vacant Possession


All lots are sold subject to the Common Auction Conditions and Special Conditions of Sale (unless varied by the Sellers Solicitors), together with the Addendum, which will be available on Auction Day.

* Price Information

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