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Property in Blackheath
Blackheath is so old that Roman artifacts have been dug up here. Architecturally it holds some of the most splendid Georgian, Regency and Victorian villas in south London, alongside some progressive Span flats (built by renowned architect Eric Lyons in the 1960s) overlooking Blackheath itself. The oldest Georgian houses were built c.1790 but most of the buildings sprung up after 1803 when John Cator embarked on the Cator Estate.
Today, the Cator Estate is a conservation area is around 270 acres managed by an independent freeholder who has kept unsightly road traffic signs etc to a minimum. Realms of Victorian and Edwardian mansions and townhouses teeter away from the common. Lovely.
Primary schools include the outstanding All Saints, John Ball, St Margaret’s and Brindishe Lee schools. Secondary state options are St Ursula’s, Deptford Green, Thomas Tallis, Trinity and John Roan. Independent schools such as Colfe’s, Blackheath High and Greenwich Steiner are all close.
SE3 shopping and leisure
Blackheath Common hosts many events and fairs. The fireworks display and annual Blackheath Bike and Kite Festival attract thousands. You’ll find Zippo’s Circus and various funfairs set up during school holidays and many interesting child-focused activities held at Greenwich Observatory across the heath. Culture? SE3 is awash with arty pursuits. Blackheath Conservatoire of Music and Art holds mixed ability classes and stands next to Blackheath Halls, a revamped Victorian music venue. Up the Creek comedy store is in Greenwich while various fringe theatre such as Galleon Theatre Company (Greenwich) or the Albany Theatre (Deptford) are close. There is, of course the 02 Arena as well. Oh, and the fab Laban Dance Centre at Deptford designed by the architects behind Tate Modern (Herzog and de Meuron), and winner of the 2003 Sterling Prize.
Greenwich has a snazzy Picturehouse Cinema, Greenwich Theatre, superb art, craft and antique market, Maritime Museum, Queen’s House—we could go on. Everyday activities include a David Lloyd gymnasium on Kidbrooke Park Road and umpteen cafés, restaurants, bars, gift shops and boutiques in Blackheath Village.
Properties in Blackheath SE3
Blackheath Park, Blackheath Park, SE3
Guide Price £1,575,000
Ravishing 4-bedroom GII listed Georgian home brimming with original features. Find it on one of Blackheath Village's most admired streets, close to outstanding schools, trains, restaurants and boutiques.
Lee Road, Blackheath, SE3
Grandiose Georgian house c.1827 with ravishing 250ft garden, 5-double beds and beautiful interior. Kitchen/diner, 3-receptions, 2-baths, en suite shower and rear balcony. A short walk to Blackheath Village and trains and also close to fab schools.
Lee Road, Blackheath, SE3
Bewitchingly romantic 3,600 sq.ft. 5/6 bed 3/4 bath early Victorian family home brimming with features. A crunchy gravel driveway to the front, pretty south-west facing garden to the rear and a detached contemporary cottage to the side. Set on a perfect plot just a stones' throw from ...
Lyvden Road, Blackheath, SE3
Two bed highly desirable Victorian cottage to rent in a quiet conservation area in Royal Standard, Blackheath, London SE3. Renovated to a high standard, with open plan lounge, kitchen with natural light lantern plus a utility room. Upstairs two double bedrooms and a bathroom with bath and ...
Duke Humphrey Road, Blackheath, SE3
Looking for an impressive place to stay? This 5 bed, 4 bath home commands almost 180 degree views around the heath with the village and church at the heart of the scene.
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