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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 1 reception room


  • Freehold

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A very attractive and charming Victorian house, which has been refurbished and re-designed throughout to a high quality.

Some of the many stand out features include an extension to the rear, encompassing tri-folding doors, a spa/steam room, recently fitted hardwood sash windows with a 50 year guarantee from new.

Accommodation over three floors offer a large lower ground floor which includes a large spare room, which can be used as a spare bedroom or den, a rare and luxurious steam and shower room and a utility space.

The ground floor features a cosy living room to the front of the house, featuring beautiful bay window and fireplace, powered by bio fuel, cleverly crafted study space overlooking a truly impressive and exciting kitchen diner, featuring a centre island, integrated appliances, wine cooler, underfloor heating and tri folding doors opening out to a family size private rear garden.

On the first floor you will find a modern bathroom suite with underfloor heating and fitted shower over bath and three double size bedrooms, one of which have bespoke fitted wardrobes and the main bedroom an original fireplace and a new stair case which leads up to a converted loft room, used as a large dressing room. This room offers views of the Shard and Canary Wharf and smartly designed cabinets and storage areas.

There are other clever things around the house such as internet sockets in most if not all rooms, built in speakers in the kitchen, a water softener and steam generator system, bin stores in the front garden and wood flooring in most of the interior.

Greenwich town centre, it's Royal Park and transport links are all within a very short walking distance making the location very convenient. Even better, just moments away on foot are the specialist shops along Royal Hill which include a green grocers, butchers and fishmongers to name a few.

This amazing house deserves an internal viewing in order to be truly appreciated.

What The Seller Says -

"The property has an excellent location. It’s only a short work to the DLR and mainline stations making Canary Wharf and Central London very short commutes. After only a quick walk you’re at the park or market and many a Sunday morning has been spent enjoying brunch whilst looking out onto Greenwich’s many great vistas.

We spent a lot of time designing the interior layout to get the best functionality and storage. The dressing room is a great addition and provides huge clothes storage space whilst leaving the bedroom a much more peaceful and clutter free room. The mezzanine office and glass walls allow that to become either an office, a dining room or a children’s play area that can be observed from the kitchen. Integrated speakers and Ethernet in the rooms makes the house a great space for entertaining as well.

The lower ground suite was designed so that guests could have their own bathroom and bedroom with access to the kitchen and not disturb anyone in the upstairs bedroom. The spa quality steam room is always a talking point but a wonderfully relaxing way to end the day.

The garden gets almost 24 hour sun in summer. Despite being west facing the pitch of house means the sun can creep over the house early morning and stay there for the whole day. The sliding doors move independently giving maximum views and access without the cumbersome bifold system."

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Ultrafast broadband Ultrafast broadband

Up to 300 Mbps (Source: Ofcom)


Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Greenwich 0.2 miles
  • Greenwich 0.2 miles
  • St Ursula's Convent School 0.3 miles
  • Morden Mount Primary School 0.3 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Greenwich 0.2 miles
  • Greenwich 0.2 miles
  • St Ursula's Convent School 0.3 miles
  • Morden Mount Primary School 0.3 miles

Market stats

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Average estimated value for a house in SE10:

  • £823,678
  • Price decrease

  • -£88,391
  • (-9.691%)
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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
12th Sep 2020 £1,100,000 First listed
18th Sep 2014 £901,501 Last sold

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