The largest of all Greater London Boroughs, the London Borough of Bromley contains an urban district to the north of the Borough with areas of Beckenham, Bromley, Chislehurst and Orpington being part of suburban London whilst to the south Hayes and West Wickham occupy the more rural area of the borough. With part of the Borough formerly part of Kent, today Bromley covers an area of approximately 150 square kilometres.
Perhaps one of the most famed areas of Bromley is Crystal Palace, named after the cast iron and glass palace relocated in Sydenham Hill following the Great Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park. The area retains a great deal of Victorian architecture from the grand Victorian villas that surround Crystal Palace Park to the Victorian terraces which sit alongside many mid-war terraces.
Bromley’s Victorian terraced houses can easily be increased in size with the addition of a loft conversion. A loft conversion is the simplest way to increase the size of a property, and a lot less costly and intrusive to carry out than a more conventional house extension.
The loft of a Victorian terrace house in the Borough of Bromley can be converted to provide extra bedrooms, additional living accommodation or perhaps a quite, light filled study. View our Gallery pages to view a selection of loft conversions we have carried out, including converting the loft of a Victorian terraced property to provide two extra bedrooms, and a Victorian terraced studio and roof terrace.
A loft conversion in Bromley is a lot less expensive and a lot more achievable than you may at first think. Contact us today for a free no obligation quote to convert the loft in your Bromley property. With over 12 years experience of carrying out high quality loft conversions, choosing Abbey Lofts for your Bromley Loft Conversion is not a decision you will regret.