Mr Clarke thinks :
This is the best address in the area and I love the garden.
This refined three-bedroom apartment is positioned on the lower ground floor of an elegant double fronted Victorian detached property just off the heath. You can access the stunning communal garden from the apartment.
You enter this stunning property via a huge original door and the accommodation includes a large kitchen/dining room that overlooks the 50m+garden, and a handsome living room with bay window and original fireplace. This home has the benefit of a study and handy storage space, along with a utility room perfect for busy family life. Both main bedrooms are larger than average, set at the front and back and centred around the Jack and Jill bathroom.
Mrs Clarke loves :
The spacious and light filled interior. The huge living room is perfect for end of day relaxation.
This is arguably the best address in the area - you are moments from Greenwich Park and a short stroll into the village. The splendour of the Victorian architecture and tree-lined streets create an exclusive and quiet setting. Blackheath is renowned for its outstanding schools, open spaces - the Heath itself and nearby Greenwich Park - and excellent local shops and restaurants in the picturesque village.
The communal garden is a wonderful, peaceful spot to relax and enjoy. Being able to access if from the apartment makes it feel like your own. There is off-street parking making it safe and easy to keep a car and bikes.
- Three words : Modern Victorian Vibes
Our favourite part
The location is perfect.
Local Life in Blackheath
Blackheath and the surrounding areas are perfect for those looking for a touch of suburbia whilst having all the benefits of London life on your doorstep.
Whether you head to the more edgy Lewisham for street food from The Model Market or prefer a more formal sit down affair at Copper and Ink in Blackheath village, all tastes are catered for.
The Blackheath Triangle is where all the action is, from local bakeries and a mix of independent shops to the heath and Greenwich Park; perfect for a summer stroll followed by a sundowner at The Ivy.
Blackheath Rail - direct to Victoria, London Bridge and Cannon Street and a quick stop to Lewisham for the DLR. A quick ride to North Greenwich for the Jubilee Line
Fancy escaping London then jump in the car and head to the coast; on a good day you can be in Whitstable in 50 minutes!
Away from the hustle and bustle of London, this tranquil area of London really is a breath of fresh air.
- Closest village/town: Blackheath
- Supermarket: Sainsburys M&S Simply Food
- Pubs: The Princess of Wales for the garden & Hare ad Billet for the food
- Walks: Greenwich Park for amazing city views
- Where to eat: Everest Inn - best curry in South East London
- Lower ground level with direct access to the garden
- Private front door
- Off street parking
- Share of freehold
- Local authority - Greenwich
- Council Tax - E
- EPC - D