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An exceptional Grade II listed three-bedroom split level maisonette with private garden on Lee Terrace. Rarely do you find a magnificent ballroom in a flat, but this is Wyberton House. Built 1878 for William Webster, a civil engineer largely responsible for the construction of the Thames Victoria, Albert and Chelsea Embankments and Holborn Viaduct railway station, this grand, gated mansion is stunning. Wyberton house was later used as a local school before being converted into these wonderful flats. The period detail in the communal hallway alone is awe-inspiring.
Recently refurbished to a high standard, this apartment has its own front door and private rear garden. As you enter on the ground floor, there is a contemporary white kitchen with grey work tops and integrated appliances. Also on this floor is the first bedroom with en-suite shower room, and views over the garden. Up a few steps from the kitchen is a sight to behold: a fine double length lounge measuring 43ft, and 13ft high ornate ceiling. Two period fireplaces with marble surrounds adorn each side of the room. Stylish French doors at one end lead to a private patio and wonderful garden measuring 72ft, and there is a vast bay window at the front with built-in seating. Floor to ceiling library shelves have been fitted to one wall, complete with ladder and gallery for access. Upstairs is a stylish master bedroom with cleverly concealed storage, a beautiful tiled family bathroom with additional walk-in shower and a third bedroom, which is currently being used as a dressing room. The whole space is modern, light and airy thanks to large sash windows and ceiling lights, as well as the light, solid wood flooring that runs through most of the property.
There is gated off-street parking to the front of the building and, in addition to the private garden that comes with the flat, there is also a well-maintained communal garden to the rear. 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.
Grade II listed
Private rear garden
Gated off street parking
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