About this property
Stunning semi-detached early Victorian house, featuring beautiful brick facade and new double glazed timber windows throughout the house.
This residential street is in the heart of the sought after Ashburnham Triangle conservation area, which has its own little community throwing a summer party every summer in the local streets.
Offering three storeys of accommodation, refurbished to a very high quality and has a stunning south facing private garden.
The top level offers the main bedroom which comes with two tall, fitted wardrobes, a further double size bedroom benefiting from an en-suite shower area and fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom suite featuring a large bathtub and wet room style shower area.
On the ground floor area you will find a bright and airy through lounge with working fireplace and the lower ground floor has a further double size bedroom which has a unique built in fold away bed and French doors, opening out to the garden.
The kitchen diner offers an abundance of space and a bespoke John Lewis of Hungerford kitchen and fitted cabinets and shelving units in the dining room. The kitchen diner also benefits from under floor heating, Italian marble tops, integrated Miele appliances which includes a plate warming drawer, induction hob and a dishwasher to name a few.
Last but not least, there is a shower room to the lower level, guest WC and ample storage throughout this gorgeous house, including the loft.
Although this seems as though a more rural location, it is only a few minutes away on foot to Greenwich mainline and DLR stations, as well as close by bus stops and supermarkets.
Greenwich's Royal Park is just over a five minute walk away and close to Greenwich town centre, where you can enjoy the covered market, a wide range of coffee shops, restaurants and river front pubs.
Guide Price £1,300,000 - £1,350,000
What The Sellers Say -
“We have loved living in this little corner of Greenwich, particularly spending time in our garden with its wisteria and climbing roses on the back wall.
The area is really convenient for commuting to Central London. You are in the middle of a city yet also in a village.
We have a fabulous and friendly gastropub at the end of the road and an abundance of green space with Greenwich park and Blackheath on the doorstep. Riverside walks with the Thames skyline are also only ten minutes away.
Now we are no longer working we are looking to move somewhere rural but we will miss our home of 5 years. We hope that the new owners will enjoy this quiet street and vibrant community.”