About this property
Guide Price £600,000 to £625,000.
“We fell in love with this house because of the balance of old and new. It felt well built, and safe. The vaulted ceilings in the extension let light flood in.
We have enjoyed restoring some of the old with stripped original floorboards and two cosy period fireplaces and the new with a brand new kitchen, walk-in wardrobe, double glazed sash windows and engineered wood front door in keeping. We have also added lots of useful storage. There are concealed cupboards under the stairs and under the floor. There are also a small shed and a multipurpose shed/worktop with power in the back garden, perfect for use as a tool store or minibar for barbecues.
The area is very neighbourly, without being nosey. The house is the perfect position, with a view down the tree lined roads, but effectively in a cup-de-sac, so quiet and undisturbed. The south-facing garden is a little sun trap with natural sandstone paving and means we spend much of the summer out of doors, but without needing too much upkeep."
As the seller says, this is a lovely home and what a perfect position in the heart of the Rectory Fields Conservation Area. Offering a cosy front living room, rear reception room that is open to the kitchen, bathroom, and two large double bedrooms with a loft.
Ideal for a couple seeking a quiet spot that is close to Blackheath Standard shops and Westcombe Park Station.