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A stunning four bedroom family home, full of period charm and located on what is arguably Blackheath’s finest road.
Built in 1826, this beautiful Grade II listed, Georgian property is set out over four floors and is sold with planning permission granted to add a single storey rear addition. The permission granted is to create a family room and reconfiguration of the lower ground floor accommodation offering approximately four hundred square feet of additional living space. Not only would a new owner be able to add value to this property but they could create a truly bespoke floor.
Set some sixty feet back from the road behind off street parking, a flagstone path leads you to the entrance of this impressive property. Inside, the classic style synonymous with the period continues as one is greeted by a beautiful staircase with ornate balustrade which flows to the top of the house. Other wonderful features include high ceilings, sash windows, ornate cornicing, oak flooring and original doors. The accommodation briefly comprises: four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms, kitchen, study and a downstairs WC. To the rear, the garden has been thoughtfully landscaped and meticulously designed by Chelsea Flower Show gold medallist, Charlotte Harris. Features include a formal pond, York stone patio and an impressive variety of shrubs and trees. This walled garden enjoys a southerly aspect and measures approximately one hundred and twenty feet.
Blackheath Park is a picturesque, tree lined street found on the prestigious Cator Estate. Quite literally at the end of the road you will find Blackheath Village with its array of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. In addition to these amenities, the Conservatoire is a family friendly hub of the local community offering art, drama and music classes as well as hosting various events. On the north side of the village is the open heath which is a jewel of South East London and makes an idyllic recreation area with Greenwich Royal Park beyond.
Blackheath station is ideal for commuting into town with regular services in to London Bridge (13 minutes), Charing Cross, Cannon Street and London Victoria. One stop down the line will bring you to Lewisham Station where the DLR provides regular services into Canary Wharf and Bank.
Those who are considering schools will have a number of options for both state and public education. Local schools include the hugely popular and Ofsted Outstanding Brooklands Primary School, Heath House, Blackheath Preparatory School and The Pointers School. Further afield, Eltham and Dulwich Colleges run a bus service directly from Blackheath Village.
Cator Estate location
Grade II listed
Two reception rooms
Approx. 120ft south facing garden
Planning permission granted
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