Dartmouth Hill, Blackheath, London, London, Greater London, SE10 8AJ

Dartmouth Hill, Blackheath, London
London Greater London SE10 8AJ
United Kingdom

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Property

Ownership: For Sale
Type: Townhouse
Bedrooms: 3 BR
Bathrooms: 3
Pets: Pets Allowed
Area: 159M² (1718 sq ft)
Exterior area: 771 sq ft
Tenure: Freehold

Financials

Price: £1,170,000
($1,591,200)
Rubens Brotto
Real Estate Advisor
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Description

Should your new family home have character and style? This four storey, end-of-terrace, Victorian House brings it along with the quiet and highly regarded residential area just moments to The Heath (200 Yards), Greenwich Park (500 Yards) and Point Hill Park (200 Yards).

Turn-Key, ready to move in. Full new refurb, new carpets, flooring, have been installed in the master bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and throughout the stairs. Read on...

  • Freehold
  • Victorian Terraced House
  • Charming Period Red Bricks
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2.5 Bathrooms
  • Original Features
  • Generous 1,700+ sqft Internal
  • Spacious 770+ sqft External
  • Double Back Wall
  • No Through Road
  • Next to Great Parks
  • Close to Central London

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The house has been renovated to high specs throughout. It is the largest in this attractive terrace triangle, including its external area with the privilege of a lovely, quiet, secure and secluded courtyard which is great for entertaining kids and adults alike (Astro turf for low maintenance). The courtyard is generously spacious due to the size of the double back of the house due to being the end-of-terrace. The new family to own this house will benefit from three double bedrooms including an impressive master bedroom with en-suite and dressing area, and an elegant double aspect reception room on the ground level. On the lower ground floor you will enjoy a recently fitted, high standard white gloss kitchen, dining area, and family room which leads to the private garden at the rear twin patio doors. The great original features include 3 working fire-places, tessellated floors in the entrance hall, exterior entrance Victorian tiles, original ornate cornicing throughout and stained glass windows.

You will also benefit from street parking (via residents parking permits). The convenience of having the end of the street blocked-off is unmatched around here and also provides an awesome and calm environment to this well regarded conservation area which is not overlooked at the front or the rear due to its unique position. The terraced houses (circa 1850) portray the beauty and character of the red brick architectural style of its time at the front and yellow brick to the rear.

The freehold house already offers an excellent size for a mid-size family and it is ready to move in. However, if you are open to a nice small project, there is room for improvement via granted planning permission to further extend the basement and ground floor to the rear and reconfigure the stairs to give seamless open plan basement area adding a further 600 sqft to the existing 1720 sqft. This will add two extra rooms (two stories) to the back raising the outdoor area used for the extension up to a roof terrace deck which allows for keeping the current exterior footage while providing internal space gain and increase future market value. Happy to share with you when you are up here for a private viewing.

To be just off the A2 yet enjoy the quietness of this residential no-through-road (see pictures) is truly convenient up here by the Heath. Just around the corner is the open heath and the house is well placed for great transport links, with the mainline DLR being about an 8-minute walk (which goes straight to Canary Wharf in 10 minutes), overground train from Lewisham and Greenwich (with links out to London Bridge (10 mins), Waterloo (15 mins), Charing Cross (15 mins), Victoria (15 mins), Cannon Street (10 mins), Kent and the Eurostar, through through London Bridge and the City, as well as – from Greenwich, to Luton, Gatwick and City Airports via Thameslink). There is also a bus stop just around the corner which takes you in one direction into Trafalgar Square and in the other direction to London City Airport. You can even travel to the centre of London (City, Tate Modern, the Embankment) by Uber Boat (by Thames Clippers) from the Greenwich Pier. Another attractive transportation link is the Emirate's Airline Cable Car.

Your next home is situated near to the majestic Greenwich Royal Park (500 Yards), including the world-famous Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, Maritime Museum, Queens House, Greenwich Market, Royal Naval College, Eltham Palace and O2. It is nearly upon the historic Greenwich Meridian Line. Fascinating events can be observed in the Royal Park, including the start of the London Marathon, Yearly Tall Ships parade, annual classic car rallies, and on one occasion the preliminary stages of the Tour de France and the 2012 Olympic games (Equestrian games).

This house is a wonderful base for enjoying the rich cultural and academic institutions situated nearby (Blackheath Halls, Trinity Laban Conservatoire, Deptford Theatre, University of Greenwich) or just enjoy the myriad of eating, cinema and sporting opportunities nearby, which are all within walking distance whether in elegant Blackheath, trendy Greenwich, edgy Deptford, or vibrant Lewisham. The house is situated on a level with Blackheath with stunning views of the City and beyond. The area has wide skies and looks down on the magical River Thames, snaking its way into the centre of town in one direction and to the Thames barrier in the other. Enjoy wonderful walks and safe cycling next to this historic river. There is something for everyone to enjoy.

The district around Blackheath developed as one of London’s most wealthy suburbs late in the seventeenth century, when houses began to appear around the north-western corner of Greenwich Park, and Lord Dartmouth enclosed some land on the western edge of the common and built the fine street that he called Dartmouth Row. The luxury estate project by Lord Dartmouth late in the 17th century on the western edge of Blackheath spread from the central stem of Dartmouth Row into several neighbouring roads including our very own Dartmouth Hill. Myriads of historical figures, writers, and artists were born or lived nearby, from King Henry VIII (Tudor) to Cecil Day-Lewis, General James Wolfe, and the author Edith Nesbit. This tradition continues to the present day.

Viewing highly recommended. Contact me today for more details or to arrange a viewing. Will be glad to show you around.

*Please quote reference "NSO" upon enquiry

Amenities

  • 2.5 Bathrooms
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Freehold
  • Near Parks
  • Planning Permission
  • Private Garden
  • Street Parking Available
  • Super Quiet Road
  • Victorian End of Terrace

Exposures

  • South
  • West
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Should your new family home have character and style? This four storey, end-of-terrace, Victorian House brings it along with the quiet and highly regarded residential area just moments to the Heath.

Description

Should your new family home have character and style? This four storey, end-of-terrace, Victorian House brings it along with the quiet and highly regarded residential area just moments to The Heath (200 Yards), Greenwich Park (500 Yards) and Point Hill Park (200 Yards).

Turn-Key, ready to move in. Full new refurb, new carpets, flooring, have been installed in the master bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and throughout the stairs. Read on...

  • Freehold
  • Victorian Terraced House
  • Charming Period Red Bricks
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2.5 Bathrooms
  • Original Features
  • Generous 1,700+ sqft Internal
  • Spacious 770+ sqft External
  • Double Back Wall
  • No Through Road
  • Next to Great Parks
  • Close to Central London

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The house has been renovated to high specs throughout. It is the largest in this attractive terrace triangle, including its external area with the privilege of a lovely, quiet, secure and secluded courtyard which is great for entertaining kids and adults alike (Astro turf for low maintenance). The courtyard is generously spacious due to the size of the double back of the house due to being the end-of-terrace. The new family to own this house will benefit from three double bedrooms including an impressive master bedroom with en-suite and dressing area, and an elegant double aspect reception room on the ground level. On the lower ground floor you will enjoy a recently fitted, high standard white gloss kitchen, dining area, and family room which leads to the private garden at the rear twin patio doors. The great original features include 3 working fire-places, tessellated floors in the entrance hall, exterior entrance Victorian tiles, original ornate cornicing throughout and stained glass windows.

You will also benefit from street parking (via residents parking permits). The convenience of having the end of the street blocked-off is unmatched around here and also provides an awesome and calm environment to this well regarded conservation area which is not overlooked at the front or the rear due to its unique position. The terraced houses (circa 1850) portray the beauty and character of the red brick architectural style of its time at the front and yellow brick to the rear.

The freehold house already offers an excellent size for a mid-size family and it is ready to move in. However, if you are open to a nice small project, there is room for improvement via granted planning permission to further extend the basement and ground floor to the rear and reconfigure the stairs to give seamless open plan basement area adding a further 600 sqft to the existing 1720 sqft. This will add two extra rooms (two stories) to the back raising the outdoor area used for the extension up to a roof terrace deck which allows for keeping the current exterior footage while providing internal space gain and increase future market value. Happy to share with you when you are up here for a private viewing.

To be just off the A2 yet enjoy the quietness of this residential no-through-road (see pictures) is truly convenient up here by the Heath. Just around the corner is the open heath and the house is well placed for great transport links, with the mainline DLR being about an 8-minute walk (which goes straight to Canary Wharf in 10 minutes), overground train from Lewisham and Greenwich (with links out to London Bridge (10 mins), Waterloo (15 mins), Charing Cross (15 mins), Victoria (15 mins), Cannon Street (10 mins), Kent and the Eurostar, through through London Bridge and the City, as well as – from Greenwich, to Luton, Gatwick and City Airports via Thameslink). There is also a bus stop just around the corner which takes you in one direction into Trafalgar Square and in the other direction to London City Airport. You can even travel to the centre of London (City, Tate Modern, the Embankment) by Uber Boat (by Thames Clippers) from the Greenwich Pier. Another attractive transportation link is the Emirate's Airline Cable Car.

Your next home is situated near to the majestic Greenwich Royal Park (500 Yards), including the world-famous Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, Maritime Museum, Queens House, Greenwich Market, Royal Naval College, Eltham Palace and O2. It is nearly upon the historic Greenwich Meridian Line. Fascinating events can be observed in the Royal Park, including the start of the London Marathon, Yearly Tall Ships parade, annual classic car rallies, and on one occasion the preliminary stages of the Tour de France and the 2012 Olympic games (Equestrian games).

This house is a wonderful base for enjoying the rich cultural and academic institutions situated nearby (Blackheath Halls, Trinity Laban Conservatoire, Deptford Theatre, University of Greenwich) or just enjoy the myriad of eating, cinema and sporting opportunities nearby, which are all within walking distance whether in elegant Blackheath, trendy Greenwich, edgy Deptford, or vibrant Lewisham. The house is situated on a level with Blackheath with stunning views of the City and beyond. The area has wide skies and looks down on the magical River Thames, snaking its way into the centre of town in one direction and to the Thames barrier in the other. Enjoy wonderful walks and safe cycling next to this historic river. There is something for everyone to enjoy.

The district around Blackheath developed as one of London’s most wealthy suburbs late in the seventeenth century, when houses began to appear around the north-western corner of Greenwich Park, and Lord Dartmouth enclosed some land on the western edge of the common and built the fine street that he called Dartmouth Row. The luxury estate project by Lord Dartmouth late in the 17th century on the western edge of Blackheath spread from the central stem of Dartmouth Row into several neighbouring roads including our very own Dartmouth Hill. Myriads of historical figures, writers, and artists were born or lived nearby, from King Henry VIII (Tudor) to Cecil Day-Lewis, General James Wolfe, and the author Edith Nesbit. This tradition continues to the present day.

Viewing highly recommended. Contact me today for more details or to arrange a viewing. Will be glad to show you around.

*Please quote reference "NSO" upon enquiry

Amenities

  • 2.5 Bathrooms
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Freehold
  • Near Parks
  • Planning Permission
  • Private Garden
  • Street Parking Available
  • Super Quiet Road
  • Victorian End of Terrace

Exposures

  • South
  • West

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