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A stunning two bedroom apartment in Wyberton House that boasts some of the finest period features you are likely to find. Built circa 1870 for William Webster, a civil engineer largely responsible for the construction of the Thames Embankment, this grand, gated mansion is incredibly impressive. The house was later used as a local school before being converted into these wonderful flats at a later date. Upon entering the communal hallway, one cannot help but be in awe of the fine period charm on show. A beautiful sweeping staircase leads you up to the apartment that is situated on the second floor. Accommodation briefly comprises: Double aspect living room with high ceilings, stripped floorboards and feature fireplace, an integrated kitchen, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside, there is a well maintained communal garden to the rear and gated, off-street parking to the front. Wyberton House is located within half a mile of Blackheath Village, where you will find an array of shops, bars and restaurants. Beyond the village the open expanse of the heath is a rare find so close to the city and provides an idyllic recreation area. Blackheath station provides regular services into London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross. Alternatively, it is possible to walk to Lewisham station, or travel one stop from Blackheath, where you can pick up the DLR directly to Canary Wharf and Bank.
Gated off-street parking
The seller informs us that the service charge is £225 per month.
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