This is a one-of-a-kind home: large, airy, set on a quiet, leafy shoehorn shaped street called The Glebe. The property was built in late 19th century and keeps its character alongside fantastic original features.
This house is currently arranged as two separate dwellings. The main house is very spacious. There is a large drawing room with working fireplace, a dining room and a garden-facing kitchen which extends onto a raised terrace. A staircase leads onto the first floor which houses a master bedroom with en-suite, a large double bedroom, a smaller double bedroom and another laundry room with a second fireplace. There’s another cloakroom and a further bathroom on this floor. A second set of stairs lead onto the second floor with two further bedrooms. All bedrooms have great ceiling height throughout. All rooms have lovely views onto surrounding greenery.
The separate dwelling (15b) is on the lower ground floor, has its own front and back entrance and opens up to the garden and patio. There are 2 bedrooms, a kitchen, a large living room and a bathroom. Further there’s a huge cellar in a very good condition. Again, the ceiling height throughout is very good.
The garden is well maintained and is of substantial size: 0.4 of an acre. There is a pond, a glasshouse and a collection of mature trees around the house.
The Glebe is set in conservation area of Blackheath and is only 5 minutes walk to Blackheath station and the high street, perfect for commute. Blackheath is a popular area with fantastic schools, upmarket shops, cafes and bars. It is also a short walk away from the open spaces of Blackheath and Greenwich parks.