A substantial Edwardian detached home situated on a quiet, tree-lined road in Blackheath. The property has been completely renovated to the highest of standards whilst retaining much of its period charm. The whole house has been beautifully decorated and the attention to detail is evident from the moment you step inside.
Set back from the road, you approach the house across a paved drive which has space for several vehicles. You enter into a large, light-filled entrance hall with beautiful original floorboards which run throughout the ground floor. Off the hall are two spacious, bright reception rooms to the front and rear of the house, with French doors leading to the garden, and a WC. Also on this floor is a stunning extended contemporary kitchen/diner with floor to ceiling bi-folding glass doors across two sides of the room overlooking the glorious garden. The high specification, bespoke German kitchen is by Poggenpohl, comprising streamlined light grey units with a mixture of composite stone and stainless steel worktops, integrated Gaggenau appliances, a dual purpose tap and a central island with breakfast bar. There is a utility area off the kitchen. There is underfloor heating in both rooms. Upstairs are five double bedrooms, all fitted with contemporary wardrobes and a stylish, fully tiled, family bathroom with bath, separate shower and underfloor heating. The house also benefits from a large loft which the owners were intending to convert into a master suite.
The stunning rear garden has been beautifully landscaped to create the perfect space for a family. A large patio has been cleverly laid with the same tiles as the kitchen, seamlessly merging the two. An expansive lawn leads down to the end, stretching 147ft. There is also an electric point at the front of the house to enable you to charge your car.
Hervey Road is a charming tree lined street that is conveniently located for Blackheath Standard where the various amenities include an array of independent shops and cafés as well as a Marks & Spencer Food Hall. A regular bus service provides easy access to the Jubilee Line at North Greenwich or into Blackheath Village, with its shops, bars, restaurant and mainline train station. By road, this property is well positioned for access in to Kent using the A2 or towards the City and Canary Wharf in the other direction, through the Blackwall Tunnel.
Edwardian detached house
Two large reception rooms
Landscaped rear garden