Loft Conversions in Chislehurst

Whatever you want a loft conversion in Chislehurst for, whether it’s a master bedroom with an en-suite, a spacious playroom for the kids, or a private study to work from home, one simple call to the expert team here at LMB Group Ltd will ensure that you get just what you want.

We carry out high quality loft conversions throughout Chislehurst and the surrounding area, and thanks to the skilled workmanship of our team, we have built a successful reputation for providing great quality.

We’ll take care of everything from start to finish, including helping you with the relevant planning permissions.

We take great pride in providing beautiful and functional loft conversions to suit all different budgets and requirements. Simply give us a call today to find out more about our cost effective loft, garage and attic conversions in Chislehurst, and we’ll arrange a free home survey and no obligation quotation.

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Did You Know?

  1. The local Chislehurst Caves have been used for a variety of things over the years. Ancient in origin, they began life as chalk and flint mines, and have played a range of other roles since - from air raid shelters in World War 2, to being used as a music venue in the 1960s and 1970s, playing host to bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix among others.
  2. Camden Place, a stately mansion now on the site of Chislehurst Golf Club, has been home to many prestigious figures down the years. Most notably, it was home to the young Emperor Louis Napoleon III, nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, who spent some of his exiled years on the estate.
  3. Chislehurst’s house prices are among the biggest in the South East London area, with the average price for a detached home well into seven figures and semi-detached properties easily upwards of half a million. Effective transport links with Central London and surrounding boroughs, combined with ample green space, could be the reason.

Points of Interest

  • Chislehurst Caves, a labyrinth of man made tunnels that first opened to the public in 1900, and sheltered over 15,000 Londoners every night during the Blitz.
  • Scadbury Park, a nature reserve overlooking the River Cray with over 300 acres of countryside to explore.
  • Sidcup Family Golf, a driving range and golf academy with a dinosaur themed adventure golf course.
  • Christ Church Chislehurst, built in 1872, this church in a secluded spot has a reputation for being friendly and welcoming.