We love Biggin Hill

Living in Biggin Hill
Biggin Hill became famous during the Battle of Britain in the summer of 1940, when Spitfire squadrons were stationed there and it was also regarded as Britain’s principal fighter station. But whilst the town was built on its WWII heritage, Biggin Hill’s various pubs and restaurants, modest leisure activities, and quality transport links are what make people want to live and stay here.

Take a look at our area guide below or download our Area Guide for Biggin Hill

Biggin Hill is best known for…

Biggin Hill is best known for its airport, which was built on much of the land formerly used by the RAF during WWII.

Biggin Hill is located within the London Borough of Bromley.

Nearby attractions
Biggin Hill’s primary attraction is of course Biggin Hill Airport, which has two Spitfire planes on display and also offers flight experiences and flying training. The airport was formerly the airfield used by the RAF in WWII.

Transport options
Residents of Biggin Hill can use the various bus services connecting with areas including Bromley, Hayes and Orpington. The closest rail link to Biggin Hill is Hayes station, which offers services to London, Reading and Oxford. Biggin Hill is also close to the M25 motorway, which loops London.

Sports and leisure facilities
Biggin Hill’s Memorial Library and Pool is great for swimmers of all ages and abilities. There is also Darwin Leisure Centre that has a gym, fitness classes, personal training, and several sports courts and pitches.

Our favourite places
We enjoy all the country pubs in our area, including the Aperfield Inn and the Old Jail Pub which are both well known for their great atmosphere and food.

Matthew Donnelly, Branch Manager at haart Biggin Hill Estate Agents comments:
“I have worked in Biggin Hill for the last 8 years and I love the town as you get the feel of living in the countryside but are a stone’s throw away from London.”