About this property
**Guide Price £900,000 – £950,000** “We moved into this house 27 years ago and made Blackheath our adopted home.
Our three children all grew up here and it has been a great base for the whole family. The kids were educated in the local schools and they now all have promising careers of their own.
The convenience of Westcombe Park station and the Jubilee line, a short bus ride away, have served us very well. We have enjoyed being part of a friendly neighbourhood and have made lifelong friends in the area.
Our proximity to Greenwich Park has been a huge bonus and we enjoy having the facilities of Greenwich and Blackheath on our doorstep.
But the time has now come to downsize, the kids are leaving home and we are looking forward to retirement! This has been a great family home which we shall miss, but we hope to pass it into the safe hands of people who will make it their own and enjoy it as much as we have."
What The Agent Says -
Requiring some internal modernisation this is a perfect opportunity for a buyer to make their own mark on this substantial Victorian family home.
Arranged over three floors and measuring almost 2000 square feet in total, this attractive semi-detached house briefly comprises: five bedrooms, two bathrooms (one of which is en-suite to the main bedroom), three reception rooms, a ground floor cloakroom and cellar. Externally there is a front and mature rear garden and a garage en-bloc, accessed via Siebert Road.
Location wise it really couldn't be better - Westcombe Park mainline station is at the bottom of the road providing regular services to London Bridge and Cannon street (change at Greenwich for DLR service to Canary Wharf). Greenwich Royal park is close by and there are various amenities at the Blackheath Standard which include a Marks & Spencer food hall, independent shops and cafes. For schooling, Invicta primary school is around the corner with a number of nurseries and other schools also within a short distance.
All in all this is a wonderful opportunity and early viewings are highly recommended.