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New Homes in Bromley

London’s largest borough by area, Bromley stretches over 59 square miles from Crystal Palace in the North to the border with Sevenoaks in the South. Many of Bromley’s towns and villages are in the greenbelt, with the majority served by fast train links into central London and the City of London. The borough attracts commuters, families and first-time buyers seeking a good quality of life, affordability and accessibility to inner and outer London hubs.

Bromley includes a number of great neighbourhoods to live and is plentiful of green spaces and good schools.

Browse the list of developments in and around Bromley below to view all our available new homes.

  • New Mill Quarter

    New Mill Quarter

    Hackbridge Road, Wallington, SM6 7DY
    • 1 and 2 bedroom
    • £333,995 to £432,995
  • Springfield Place

    Springfield Place

    Glenburnie Rd, Tooting, SW17 0SR
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £505,000 to £1,074,000
  • Upton Gardens

    Upton Gardens

    1 Academy House, Thunderer Street, Newham, E13 9DP
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £393,000 to £662,000
  • New Market Place

    New Market Place

    Myrtle Road, East Ham, E6 1HW
    • 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £471,000 to £528,000
  • Blackhorse View

    Blackhorse View

    Forest Road, Walthamstow, E17 6JT
  • Western Circus, Acton

    Western Circus, Acton

    Western Avenue, Acton, W3 7XX
    • 1 and 2 bedroom
    • £482,000 to £654,000
  • Hendon Waterside

    Hendon Waterside

    Meadowlark House Moorhen Drive, Hendon, NW9 7DL
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £385,000 to £667,000
  • High Street Quarter

    High Street Quarter

    4 Smithy Ln, Hounslow, TW3 1EY
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £345,000 to £637,000
  • No. 10 Watkin Road

    No. 10 Watkin Road

    Watkin Road, Wembley, HA9 0NL
    • 1 bedroom
    • From £398,000
  • Millbrook Park

    Millbrook Park

    Bittacy Hill, Mill Hill, Barnet, NW7 1BS
  • Ridgeway Views

    Ridgeway Views

    The Ridgeway, Mill Hill, NW7 1AA
    • 1 and 2 bedroom
    • £433,995 to £629,995
  • Hayes Village

    Hayes Village

    Nestles Avenue, Hayes, UB3 4QF
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £336,000 to £519,000
  • Eastman Village

    Eastman Village

    Harrow View, Harrow, HA1 4TY
    • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £312,000 to £599,000

Live the Bromley life

Whether you’re attracted to the wonderful transport links of the north or the open countryside of the south, buying a new home in Bromley can make sense on a lot of levels. Especially when you take up an offer such as our no-fuss Movemaker scheme, through which we could take care of the estate agent fees from selling your existing home.


Things to see and do in Bromley

Bromley is crammed with open spaces perfect for enjoying a breath of fresh air, including Jubilee Country Park, Crofton Wood, Sparrow Wood and Crofton Heath. From Keston Common and Hayes Common to Bromley Park, Martins Hill Open Space, Kelsey Park and Norman Park, there’s an array of great places to stretch your legs.

There are man-made attractions to enjoy too, including the intriguing Chislehurst Caves which cover more than 20 miles, as well as Down House, which was the home of Charles Darwin. This is also a great area to live if you play golf, with a strong selection of courses across the borough which put the pretty surroundings to good use.



The borough is blessed with a range of excellent schools which take their place in Ofsted’s top bracket. Options for younger children include St Vincent’s Catholic Primary in Mottingham, Burnt Ash Primary just north of Bromley town centre and Highfield Junior School in Shortlands, which are all rated as outstanding by the education board.

If your kids are a little older then Beckenham’s Harris Academy and Bullers Wood School in Logs Hill are both also outstanding according to Ofsted, along with Orpington girls’ secondary Newstead Wood School and the nearby St Olaves and St Saviours Grammar, which is a boys’ school.


Bromley transport links

As well as a comprehensive bus network, there are more than 25 train stations across Bromley, linking the borough with other parts of London and Kent. The west is served by Tramlink services which head to Croydon and Wimbledon, while spots in the north west provide access to the London Overground.


The Bromley property scene

Bromley has a strong and steady property market, although it’s considered to be one of the most affordable places to live in London. As such, house prices are considerably lower than the average across the rest of the capital.

This means you can get more house for your money when you buy a new home in or around Bromley. You can do just that thanks to a range of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments in nearby Wallington, just steps from Beddington Park. Snap up your home today, and you could benefit from an offer such as the government’s London Help to Buy scheme, where you could buy a new home with just a 5% deposit and 55% mortgage.