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A beautiful, five bedroom Georgian family home.
Built by local builder Isaac Couchman in 1827, this property offers well appointed accommodation with all living areas arranged over the ground floor.
The property retains a huge amount of period charm and there is plenty of potential still to explore. As you wonder around the house more beautiful features show themselves, such as the ornate iron balustrade on the master bedroom balcony, stunning Georgian fireplaces, parquet flooring and original window shutters. To the rear, the kitchen breakfast room opens onto the two hundred and fifty foot garden which is serene and quite beautiful and even enjoys the tranquility of Kid Brook passing through. Your very own stream in a London home is a rare and wonderful find! You would be forgiven in thinking you were deep in the Kent countryside. To the front the property is set back from the road behind mature shrubs and trees, giving a very private and almost rural setting. Accommodation briefly comprises; kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, lounge, ‘snug’ with wood burning stove, downstairs WC, five double bedrooms, (master with en-suite), two further family bathrooms and to the front there is off street parking for several cars.
Blackheath Village is within very close proximity and offers an array of shops, bars and restaurants. Beyond the village you will find the open expanse of the heath itself, which is a jewel of South East London. Blackheath station is ideal for commuting into town with regular services in to London Bridge, Charing Cross, Cannon Street and London Victoria. One stop down the line will bring you to Lewisham Station where the DLR service 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 Heath House, Blackheath Preparatory School, John Ball and Brooklands Primary School. Further afield, Dulwich College, JAGS and Alleyn's School all run bus services directly from Blackheath and Eltham College is within three miles.
Built in 1827
Three reception rooms
En-suite to master
Two family bathrooms
Approx 250 ft garden
Off street parking
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