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A simply stunning, five bedroom family home in the Westcombe Park Conservation Area.
Built in 1891, this substantial property is offered to the market in excellent condition and retains much of its period charm. As you approach the house along the original ‘checkerboard’ tiled floor through the landscaped front garden, the quality of this property is clear. The beautiful style continues into the hallway with the ornate cornicing which is in pristine condition. This stunning detail can be found throughout the house among other features such as the lovely period fireplaces which are found in most rooms.
The layout lends itself perfectly to family life with all living space arranged on the ground floor, five generous bedrooms on the upper floors and an approximately 70ft foot garden to the rear. The fine style is evident in all principal rooms, including the kitchen with its range cooker, granite work surfaces and butler sink, and the impressive first floor shower room finished in a contemporary style. Accommodation briefly comprises: five double bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen/dining room, through lounge leading to a secluded patio area, study, utility room, downstairs WC and cellar with potential to convert.
Foyle Road is well located for amenities in almost every direction, whether it’s a stroll through the park to Greenwich town centre, south across the heath to Blackheath Village or east towards Blackheath Standard. Maze Hill Station is approximately a third of a mile away and provides regular services to London Bridge and Cannon Street. Alternatively, from Greenwich town centre Cutty Sark DLR station has regular services to Canary Wharf and Bank. Many of those travelling to Canary Wharf also opt to run or cycle using the foot tunnel at Greenwich Pier to cross the river. Looking at schools, there are a number of state and public options in the local area including The Pointers School, John Roan and Blackheath High School.
The Westcombe Park area has always been a very popular choice for families. Residents enjoy a genuine community spirit, epitomised by The Westcombe Park Society who advertise local events encouraging participation from those living in the area. Tree lined streets make for a very pleasant feel in and around the house.
Built in 1891
Kitchen dining room
Garden measuring approx. 70ft
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