About this property
“Built in 1744 for retired sea captains, this beautiful house sits exactly on the Meridian line, a one minute walk to Greenwich Park, and just 3 minutes to Maze Hill train station.
Inside, this Grade II listed house feels like a ship, with original wooden panelling, steep, twisty stairs and hidden cubby holes. Outside, the lovely garden has flowers, apples and a pretty, blue shed (insulated, oak faced lining and with electricity), and is a fabulous sun trap for morning coffee.
At night, when the Royal Observatory sends a laser shining up out along the meridian, you can see the laser overhead from the skylight in the bathroom.
Our family has now outgrown this house, but for us its hard to imagine finding anywhere more special than this."
What The Agent Says -
Grade ll listed Georgian period house, beautifully located a stones throw from Greenwich's royal park and forms part of a small row of period houses, sat on a quiet street with a really good community feel and just a few minutes' walk away from Maze Hill mainline station.
Inside this four storey house you will find three bedrooms - two of which considered doubles and one a single - a bathroom suite with shower over bath, two reception rooms and an east-facing private garden.
The lower level offers a further reception room, used as a dining room, good size fitted kitchen and a guest W.C.
This house is perfect for those wishing to do some works and put their own stamp on their new home and has many original features such as sash windows, feature fireplaces, some doors and wood flooring.
Storage is excellent with several smartly designed fitted cupboards, understairs and loft to name a few.
Greenwich town centre is considered a short walk away, where you will find the famous covered market, Cutty Sark DLR station, Thames Clipper access and a wide range of shops, pubs, and restaurants.