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Floor Plan 1

semi-detached house

Westcombe Park Conservation Area

inch perfect renovation

four double bedrooms

extended kitchen/diner, two receptions

bathroom, shower room, claokroom

residents' parking, quiet street

"outstanding" local schools

moments to trains

chain free

This thoroughly accomplished home has exemplary living space, four double bedrooms, superior fittings, an admirable finish, incredible views and over 2,000 sq ft of space. Walk 3 minutes for trains into town. Chain free.

A profound remodelling of this elegant semi-detached home (c.1897) has prioritised convenience, comfort and sound design. From 2014 to 2015 the house was extended at the rear and existing rooms were meticulously renovated. Both the front and rear gardens have been thoughtfully planted for year-round interest and the front of the house was repainted last summer.

Superior fittings and finishes were sourced by an interior designer, an architect added fluidity and light to the layout, while of the plentiful bespoke storage options you'll find here, some are truly ingenious. Built-in filing cabinets swallow up dreaded paperwork, there are plentiful bookshelves and wine racks as well as a hand-built desk (with a cubbyhole for your laptop) and beautifully crafted under-stairs drawers.

On the ground-floor are two interconnecting receptions with the original dividing doors. At the front is a sitting-room with a wood-burning stove, alcove cabinets and a large sash bay window. Considered carpentry has produced an attractive study. The study is open to the kitchen/diner, which is highlighted by roof-to-floor windows framed in anthracite aluminium and matching bi-fold doors that open to the terrace and garden. This is a flamboyantly large space flooded by light (there are three Velux skylights as well) with underfloor heating and room to accommodate a large corner sofa and 8-seater dining table. Kitchen luxuries include a wide island with breakfast bar, composite stone work surfaces, extra-wide soft-close drawers, an inset double sink with carved drainer and waste disposal, a Fisher & Paykel split dishwasher and an American-style Bosch fridge/freezer. Neff appliances include an oven, a microwave combination oven, induction hob, 2-burner gas hob and extractor unit. A cloakroom has been fitted under the stairs. Beyond the kitchen is a utility room with a sink, shelves and units.

All first-floor bedrooms are doubles and have built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom overlooks the garden. The wardrobes are hand-built, internally lit and have open drawers, closed drawers and hanging space. The front bathroom has a contemporary freestanding roll-top bath from Fired Earth (it's incredibly deep), a large shower with a giant rainfall rose, bidet loo, wall-hung basin, integral cabinet and underfloor heating. Towards the rear is a shower room with a double-size walk-in shower, wall-hung loo and basin with an attached vanity unit, heated mirror and underfloor heating. The loft bedroom has a dormer window, two Velux skylights and copious built-in eaves storage that include wall-to-wall drawers and deep cupboards.

The front garden boasts a magnificent wisteria; the rear garden has established plants, two large trees, a stone terrace, raised lawn and a paved area beyond the pergola. There's a log store, outside plug-points and a rear garden shed with light. Full garden lighting has been installed that can be adjusted to accentuate different parts of the garden as the seasons change.

The house falls inside Westcombe Park Conservation Area and is close to trains, schools and amenities. Walk to Westcombe Park station in 3 minutes for trains to Cannon Street or change at Greenwich for DLR links to Canary Wharf and Bank. Buses will get you to North Greenwich station in 10-15 minutes for Jubilee Line services to London Bridge, Waterloo, Bond Street, Green Park and Stratford. The two local primary schools are rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted (Invicta and Halstow) while Greenwich Steiner is under 10 minutes' walk and takes kids from kindergarten to 14 years. Secondary options include a superb mix of state and independent schools: The John Roan School is moments away and rated 'good,' while private options include Blackheath High and The Pointer School. Greenwich Park is a 10 to 15-minute walk while the town centre is chock-full of delightful shops, bars and restaurants. Blackheath Village is a 5-minute drive or a 20-minute stroll across the heath on a warm day.

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