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Extremely rare to the market, this stunning Grade II listed late Georgian residence boasts uninterrupted views across the heath.
Owned by the Pasmore family (The late Victor Pasmore being a pioneer of abstract art in Britain), the property has been in the family for more than 70 years and is truly an artist’s home. The property is split into two dwellings with the main house spread over the top three floors. The ground floor consists of a large studio/reception room with a ceiling height of more than four meters and views of the heath to the front and access to the rear garden; a large open plan living room/kitchen with floor to ceiling windows offering stunning views of both the heath and the garden; a bedroom; modern shower room; and separate WC. The first floor has a similar layout with another large living room/kitchen; a study; large bedroom; and two bathrooms. Two further bedrooms are found on the top floor, with stunning views of the garden and access to a small roof terrace. The lower ground has been used as a self- contained, three bedroom flat, which could easily be reconnected to main residence. Set far back from the road, there is off-street parking for multiple vehicles and a garage. The beautifully kept 150ft rear garden spans the width of the house and is mainly laid to lawn with various shrubs, trees and a summer house. This property, while requiring some renovations, is a magnificent home with enormous character and potential.
St Germans Place occupies ring side seats for impressive annual events such as The London Marathon and Blackheath Fireworks night. The heath side location means Blackheath Village and its array of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants are on your doorstep, just a few minutes walk away and just beyond the expanse of open heath, lies The Royal Greenwich Park providing an idyllic recreation area. Blackheath station is ideal for commuting into town with regular services in to London Bridge (taking approximately fifteen minutes), with Charing Cross, Cannon Street and London Victoria beyond. Further to this, one stop down the line will bring you to Lewisham Station where the DLR provides regular services into Canary Wharf and Bank.
Grade II listed Georgian home
Four reception rooms
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