About this property
Gorgeous and rare double fronted period build house, which has the option to be a three bedroom house, very easily and is located on a quiet residential street, near Point Hill park.
Beautiful Victorian house with brick facade and situated on a sought after street of West Greenwich.
This owner occupied 2/3 bedroom home offers some breath taking views across Greenwich and the property is freehold.
The current arrangement of the house works very well for the current owners, however, could easily be altered to fit the needs of the new owner.
This leads us onto the ground level which offers a bright and airy through lounge which has direct access to a roof terrace, featuring views of Canary Wharf and the Cable Cars. The kitchen is open plan and very impressive, including some integrated appliances and a huge space for dining. There is also a useful utility room/guest WC.
Upstairs there are two double size bedrooms, as well as an extended room off the main which acts as a dressing room or babys room, offering a great deal of extra space as well as a beautiful four piece bathroom suite with free standing bath and separate shower cubicle.
Further benefits include a large loft space, original doors, feature fireplace, bespoke shutters and wood flooring.
Greenwich Park is just a short walk away, as well as the specialised shops along Royal Hill, which include a green grocers, butchers and cheese shop to name a few.
The town centre and Greenwich mainline/DLR stations are considered a very short walk away, offering great transport links into popular destinations such as central London and Canary Wharf.
What the Sellers Say -
"House is full of character and there is great view. We have liked the community of the street and there is a Facebook page for the street which also makes it easier to get to know people who live further down the road. People in the street are involved in the community. There is even an annual street party.
The terrace has been frequently used this summer. Safe neighbourhood (neighbours watch out for each other) and Maidenstone Hill is now a cul-de-sac, so no through traffic!"